Published on 27th January 2011 by
Richard Swinburne & Paul Goodhead
Originally Posted by WwhatOn-board (& on-die) graphics are for business use (and the very poor maybe?) and in business you don't allow games, if alone since all of them introduce DRM stuff that completely ruin the security of a system.
But I can't deny I was curious about game performance though as many with me I'm sure.
Originally Posted by NarishmaA good thing about Minecraft is that it uses OpenGL and as you can see in the benchmarks it shows that Intel still has poor support for it in their drivers compared to Direct3D.
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