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I have recently got a laptop and of course my first thought was... 200 N64 games are going on this baby. The only problem is it has an intel integrated graphics 2 chipset which makes for good compatabilty but poor speed. What I want to know is which plugins are the best for 1964 to have most games run full speed with decent graphics. BTW: pentium m @ 1.4ghz... mind you the thing only wieghs 3 pounds and is 0.8 inches thick so...
 

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Probably Jabo's D3D, it's the most compatible plugin, though, unlike PSX and PS2 emus, N64 emulators don't have software plugins for some reason.
 

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Intel Integrated = good compatibility? Haha.

Try extremely poor compatibility. Intel's integrated (hell, any integrated GPU) sucks so much ass. The Pentium M on the other hand, is fecking awesome. :)
 

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well actually the intel integrated graphics can run almost any game i throw at it. Doom 3, Dawn of war, ground control 2, of course all the old games too. :) I was very suprised it could handle them. It dosen't have hardware pixel shaders so prince of persia won't run but otherwise they all work... just slowly, and I tried Jabo's plugin its fast but has many errors. Wish he would update it, twas a great plugin! :D
 

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Well what exact gfx card does it have?Get cpu-z and tell us.
 

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Coolsvilleman already said what graphics card the laptop has and CPU-Z doesn't tell you what graphics card your PC has :p.
 
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