Wow, this was one of the best years, except of the school work, i am in those times when the things comes REALLY hard.
Ok, I have got this laptop. (From 2014.)
It has a AMD Radeon R5 M240 graphic card, not bad, it's Semi-Gaming, Midtown Madness 2 still slow, Yeah, this game is broken. (Windows 7's fault...)
Then i got a new card in a new PC, the graphic card is a AMD Radeon R7 ???. Very powerful, it runs GTA V at 30 fps, not max graphics, i think, i don't play it anyway.
Well, there is something that i wasn't expecting, a monster... a real monster will come this friday, it's a AMD Radeon R9 280, not a standard R9 280, it's from "Gigabyte", it has a bit more power than normal, so... Sorry, dummiesboy, i think you got beaten.
Anyway i just play old games. Don't ask me to play GTA V. Seriously.
P.S: Oh, looks like MM2 is a friend of AMD, never heard a problem about this graphic card.
Increasing the FPS from the games a lot.
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Out of curiosity I compared your actual graphics card and the one you're considering buying with mine (Nvidia GeForce 840m 4gb). Yours is just a step behind mine but the new one is much better than mine, however the site I use to compare didn't found something coming from that custom brand you said. But anyways, if you're an old game player I think your pc is just fine, just like mine yours isn't exactly a gaming rig but it's powerful enough to handle the newer games with nice graphics, so with your favourite titles it should be perfect. Well,apart MM2, unfortunately some old titles have these compatibility issues.
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