03-04-2017 05:40 AM
Hi, I think that I have big problem on my graphic card, settings. I download a game called The Hunter and the review/video say that it should be the best game with most beautiful graphics... I have an OMEN by HP Laptop with a GEFORCE GTX 970 and when i started the game the quality/graphics were pretty bad!!! First i tried on Full Ultra but it was so laggy then I did Full High graphics but its still bad!!! My friends have this game and a GTX 660 and its works perfectly on Full Ultra!! And it does the same thing for almost all my games! So i hope you will understand and help me with my big problem! Thank you
03-04-2017 08:52 AM - edited 03-04-2017 08:56 AM
This web site (Can You Run it) is pretty good at checking your PC specs for playing games.
Your PC specs show GTX 960 M with 4GB GDDR5 which is good and should run gam okay.
I would check graphics driver. See if you have current NVIDIA version and run at defaults.
You also have DDR4 2133 RAM and decent moble processor.
Test your PC by download free 3Dmark Basic Edition and run stress tests.
03-04-2017 09:42 AM
Thanks for your advices! I have check everything for my GTX 960, and everything is right... But its sill doesnt work, i have a powerful pc thats why i bought it, and the graphics in the games are not good... so i dont know what to do...
03-04-2017 10:26 AM - edited 03-04-2017 10:49 AM
Did you install 3DMark, install benchmarks, and then run stress tests using benchmarks?
You have Unigine Vally Benchmark on PC from HP. Run this. Download Prime 95 zip version and only run test to check processor and RAM.
I would contact HP for help.
Could be problem with processor, RAM, or graphics card, or network speed.
You have super fast 256 PCIe M.2 SSD and 1TB SATA HDD.
What is free space on M.2 drive and if install games where are they? Should be on 1TB HDD.
If streaming games then how fast is network conection?
03-06-2017 04:51 PM - edited 03-06-2017 04:58 PM
Don't try to compare a NVIDIA GTX 660 desktop board to an internal laptop graphics processor. It's apples and oranges.
Check out this comparison between the GTX 660 and the NVIDIA GTX 970m.
BTW--resolutions beyond 1920 by 1080 and you are in for a big performance drop.