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Old December 16th, 2011, 10:48 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by OfTheDamned View Post
I don't have it turned on right now so I'm not sure. I may play with it later on just to see if anything changes.




Basically a graphic accelerator is a type of video adapter that has its own processor to boost performance. They assist in drawing graphics and allow the CPU to do its own thing while it more or less takes on the graphics.

The setting I was referring to will force graphic acceleration in some apps. Which could make things move a little faster and smoother than it normally would. You would probably see the results with some games that are pretty graphically intense like some of the Glu or Gameloft games.
OTD, so if I'm not gaming on my phone I probably don't need to worry about this option much? Thanks again!
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