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Old July 9th, 2013 (12:35 AM).
Pepathepig Pepathepig is offline
 
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Hello, I just recently purchased a lenovo ideapad y510p with the 2x geforce g750m SLI and 16GB RAM. The first game I ran on this notebook (after setting everything to maximise its power) was the Counter Strike: Global offensive. It launched on 1280x720 and it was all ugly and pixelised so I set it on 1920x1080 (i think it was that. I definitely know the first one was 1920) and it all looked very nice and polished, though when I connected to game, it was all chubby and laggy and my fps was around 15. Can anyone help me because I have read many times that this notebook in this configuration can run every game on Ultra details except for stuff like Crysis3. All the time I have my AC adapter connected. I also looked on canirunit.com and CS:GO was there with 120 fps with a SINGLE g750m and I have 2 of them...
Can anyoone help me?
Thank you in advance.
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