True, but most motherboards disable the onboard chipset by default when a PCI-E Graphics Card is detected.
You can run them side by side as I do though...
I feel we should have a "force integrated graphics" option too. That being said, none of the setups I had available in my Fusion live used the dedicated graphics chip by default for running Fusion games.
Don't know why but Outbuddies runs a lot better on integrated graphics on a lot of setups we tested, some dedicated cards even struggled to maintain 60FPS, while a middle-class CPU would manage 150-200 FPS on integrated graphics. I would love to find out more about the possible reasons for this.
My hunch (which certainly could be wrong) is that both of these things have something to do with your game not running in true fullscreen (you use Ultimate Fullscreen Object IIRC).Quote:
Don't know why but Outbuddies runs a lot better on integrated graphics on a lot of setups we tested
The sad thing is I had managed to get my setup running on real FS too, but it only works on Win 7 and 8 :(
The app still runs at the same speed and exactly the same way as before as far as all my test went.
Thank You Julian82. You saved my life!
Cool!! Very happy for you and good luck with the release:D
Oh yes and not forgetting the quick plug for the app here:
..and its out in July/August!
Thanks again everyone!
Nice stuff. Curious as to how you managed to get this on Steam? I looked a couple of weeks ago and it seemed they weren't accepting new apps... Unless I was looking in the wrong place?!
Danny, as far as I can see they're accepting games - but not other software: https://partner.steamgames.com/steamdirect - last paragraph.