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Slow gaming

Hello, I am trying to play a new game I found called Warframe. I have a HP Pavilion Slimline s5-1204. When I try playing this game it is really slow and lags. I have changed the video settings in the game to low but it still is slow. I checked for updates on my video processor but there was none. Is there any thing I could do to help speed up my game? My processor is Intel Pentium and 2.7GHz. 

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Re: Slow gaming

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The slimline computers are not gaming units. Here is your unit. Warframe requires this level of computer.


There has been talk of the 5450 working, but you need the 6570 as a minimum to meet the requirements.

The HD5450 is 19W, the 6570 is 50W. The discussion also was the 160W vs the 220W (you have 220W)

Read what Paul said:



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