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Unreal Editor 4 on Intel HD 4000 graphics?

I need to know if Unreal Editor 4 will work with an Intel HD 4000 graphics card.

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asked Mar 22 '14 at 06:32 AM in Using UE4

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The engine should work on any card that support DirectX 11 that being said if you want to be using a lot of the interesting graphics features it might chug. A team mate was running it on his integrated Intel GPU for a while before he realized that it wasn't swapping to his dedicated card automatically. He was getting 5 fps in particularly graphics intensive project but it was still running; though if you are planning on developing for mobile or are using simple graphics it shouldn't be a problem.

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answered Mar 22 '14 at 07:13 AM

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