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Team Fortress 2 works for me with the same hardware. Which kind of games are you interested in? I am currently using intels integrated HD and have many games running fine. Sometimes I have to set the specs low and sometimes they are high. I however only have a third generation i3 with 8Gb ram.
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For example I can run 7 days to die on lower specs without any issues. Surgeon Simulator runs well. Torchlight 2 and The Cave both run fine. Hi, asoftmachine, I'm interested in all kinds of games. In these lasts days, however, I'm interested in tatics and turns; I discovered that a great number of this genre of game need low specs. I'm not sure they will probably will , but they are in my "wishlist" and "following"; Invisible, Inc. Last edited by Eliot ; 19 May, am.
I have Transistor and it works fine for me. This week I found some youtube channels that show some games with HD The price is very high, but the concept is very interesting. It depends on what you need, Intel is integrated, and uses system RAM to operate. Upgrading to ram increases the ram dedicates to video, for example I'm running 16GB on my 6. Keep in mind this will always be DDR3, which is slower than a dedicated card.
If DDR3 isn't fast enough for you, Thunderbolt may someday be your solution.
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I have a 6 year old base iMac white and there is a thin red line running vertically. This happened within a year and a half of owning it. I'm am afraid if I get this Mac mini with the same type of integrated graphics card as my old imac, then it might fail, with NO chance of repair. I'm quite sure that your red line on your screen will be a screen issue and not one of your graphics card.
Help Translate iFixit. Back Answers Index. Mac mini Late Released on October 23, Marcelo Macario Rep: 13 1 1. View the answer I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers. Is this a good question?
Yes No. Voted Undo. Score 1. Warranty up? Chosen Solution. Dan danj Rep: The Mini's graphics can't be upgraded internally or externally. The Thunderbolt port can drive an external monitor via DisplayPort services.
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There is no means to add a second graphics card via Thunderbolt wishful, not likely. Was this answer helpful? Score 2.
John Savio Rep: 1. Michael Slomma Rep: 49 3. The Intel HD isn't soldered onto the logic board. But that changes nothing about the non existing upgradeablity. In the future. You can upgrade the graphics card in the Mac Mini by using an external graphics card connected via ThunderBolt.
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Apple may not wish to support such things themselves, but third parties might make them work. The graphics "card" would become a graphics module.
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Note - These modules do not yet exist. There would be no PCIe connector, since the bus connections would all be between a couple of chips on the circuit board. All you'd see is a ThunderBolt cable leading to what looks like a heat sink. No power cable.