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Old 08-24-2011, 03:58 PM   #1
rjaklic
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Intel HD 3000


Hi,

I am considering to buy HP EliteBook 2540p or similar with Intel HD 3000 graphics, but I wonder how it behaves under compiz on external monitor (1920x1080) for example.

Anyone has such configuration and if yes, how does glxgears perform?

Thank you and kinds regards,

Rok
 
  


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