How to optimize my laptop for better gaming experience

Abiuub

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I have an Asus u47a with an integrated graphics card 3000. I know that's terrible but I'm wondering if there is a way to optimize my laptop for a better gaming experience. Ive tried playing Blaklight Retribution and its not terrible but i wish it could be better. Also I've played Planetside 2 ..kinda of.. Is there any way my asus could play games? :/
My specs are:
Intel Processor i7 2640M CPU @ 2.80GHz
4 Processors
8 Gb of RAM
64 bit
5400 RPM
 
Solution
The best you can do is download Razer Gamebooster. It should help get a few framerates back but don't expect anything miraculous. Grab it here: http://www.razerzone.com/gamebooster, it adds about 5-7 frames for me in WoW.

freshtodeath

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Sadly no. To enhance your gaming experience you need a dedicated card as opposed to integrated crap. Laptops are not designed to be upgradble. What you buy is what you get till it's done. There are custom laptops out there (implying that there are mobile graphics cards, but I never see them in retail), but you would invest a lot of money that can be spent on a desktop. If you want to enjoy higher quality gaming you need a desktop, and your laptops can be used for other means
 

bdizzle11

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The best you can do is download Razer Gamebooster. It should help get a few framerates back but don't expect anything miraculous. Grab it here: http://www.razerzone.com/gamebooster, it adds about 5-7 frames for me in WoW.
 
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Abiuub

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That helped alot! Thanks! BUT sometimes my screen will start getting really dark and then the colors will stop meshing together and i cant see anything, has this happened to you? Is there a way to fix that? Or is that the best im going to get from a non gaming laptop?
 

bdizzle11

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Hmm. I haven't experienced anything quite like that. Sometimes when I first start a game things are a bit funky but not mid-game. Maybe just check that drivers are up to date, thats all I can think of. It might be game specific also, I basically only have used it for WoW on my laptop so don't have much experience with the gamebooster and other games.
 

mack1234

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for optimizing your computer first of all you need a good computer and cleaner software, so that you can remove the junk files and currupted files then remove the unwanted software.
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Stan Marchin

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How to optimize Laptop for gaming
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45J1o9I6WyY&list=UU2j8IoBnn3IHLCjsAALZNZA

 

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