The RandomGaminginHD channel proved that Forza Horizon 5 runs quite smoothly – above 30 frames per second – even on a computer without a graphics card, on an integrated GPU.
As you can guess, it is required to set the lowest possible graphics settings and reduce the resolution to 720p. The result is a rather ugly setting – but also quite comfortable fun.
The average with these options is 35 frames per second, although there are some drops. If you try to stay at native 1080p resolution, it’s a bit weaker – below 30fps.
The authors used an AMD Athlon 3000G processor with a built-in Vega 3 GPU graphics chip and 16 GB of RAM, clocked at 3000 MHz to achieve such results.
In such conditions, Forza Horizon 5 looks like a poor cousin of the first Need for Speed Underground, but we are talking about a modern video game that stands out with its graphics under normal settings.