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I'm sure the forums are tired of me constantly posting (It'd be nice if i could get answers to my posts, BTW...) But here's another post! I ran NovaBench on my neighbors ASUS Laptop and I noticed that when I started it up, it said that my graphics card was the LogMeIn Mirror Driver... I want it to be displaying the NVIDIA GT335M that's actually in that machine... I've tested 2 other laptops before hers that have their own graphics card and the LogMeIn mirror driver, but on those computers, NovaBench shows the actual graphics card that's installed. How do I get it to say NVIDIA GT335M instead of LogMeIn Mirror Driver? Thanks... https://novabench.com/view/853602
I really need help! I like playing simulator games on my pc, but whenever I try to boost the graphic settings to ultra, the game goes reallllyyy slowwww. I want to play with the highest settings possible without the game jittering. I seem to get the same problem with most games. What component do I need upgrading? I own a Lenova H330 desktop pc, and have not upgraded anything yet, but kept everything as it's default state from when I bought it. I am not to wise with this kind of stuff, and I know you men always know what your talking about when it comes to techinal problems. Please help! My NovaBench results are: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Intel Core i52320 3.00GHz @ 3001 MHz Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics Verified NovaBench Score: 597 4009 MB System RAM (Score: 121) - RAM Speed: 5711 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 429) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 102326168 - Integer Operations/Second: 366637796 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1015115 Graphics Tests (Score: 13) - 3D Frames Per Second: 49 Hardware Tests (Score: 34) - Primary Partition Capacity: 441 GB - Drive Write Speed: 87 MB/s
Hey guys, just downloaded novabench, and it doesn't pick up my GPU? I'm new to this so I don't know if you can change it. I have a GTX 970 but it says Intel HD Graphics next to graphics. I don't know how to fix this so any help is appreciated. Thanks
I have done 2 tests using some of my MacBook Pro's and the test only registers the integrated graphics card (intel) even though the computers are set to only use the dedicated graphics cards in energy settings. I think there may be a glitch in the NovaBench software can anyone confirm this? Do we know if there will be an update soon to fix this issue? My scores seemed kind of low in the Graphics Department considering a iMac with the same "card" scored better. Thanks