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Hi there. I Have a question about a option in system preferences.

If i go in Details and select Graphics, i can find tis 2 options:

  1. Driver (mine is GTX470/etc...)
  2. Experience (mine is standard)

My question is, if there are other types of graphics experiences? If yes, what types, and how i change it?

If no, what is the utility of this thing?

Thanks. :D

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Mine is standard too but I can play Minecraft with 120 Frames per second and this is good. I don't know exactly if there are any other values possible. –  Michael Tanner Apr 26 '12 at 23:42
    
Thanks for the answer :) –  Mariusz B. Apr 27 '12 at 5:21

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The graphic experiencing is how you will experience the desktop environment

If your on standard it means that you can run Unity 3D on your computer

It used to be a different changeable option before 10.10(?). It had 3 modes determining the amount of effects used in Compiz

Related: How can I get my Intel integrated graphics to be recognized in System Info

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