I need a good new a laptop?
Question: I need a laptop that will run windows 8 Xbox live games like Black Ops 2 smoothly on low settings. I have a budget of 500$
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You should keep saving until you can afford a gaming laptop with a better processor and discrete graphics/video card chip set, look at these they will run the games and more as well as normal uses. http://www.toshibadirect.com/td/b2c/lapt...
You can't actually upgrade the video card on a laptop. You will have to get a new laptop if you want to upgrade. I do suggest you check nVidia's website (http://www.nvidia.com ) to see if there are upgraded drivers for your current card. Chances are that if you got the laptop a while back then there might be newer drivers available (the latest drivers for your card as of this posting were released on February 11th, 2009). Often upgraded video drivers can provide a modest increase in performance. However, that's the best you can do without purchasing a new computer.
Is this a good deal at $1481.00? Is it a good custom laptop? Hardware wise what type of games should it run?
Trying to run a good game on a not so good laptop which barely qualifies. Please help :)))?
Well, be sure to get a VERY powerful processor - 3.5 GHZ or more. Also, there are multiple laptops with the AMD Raideon. That's a VERY good graphics card for gaming - the only better one would be the nVidia GForce! Hope that helps! :)
A laptop that is cheap and good for gaming is kind of any oxymoron, but something like this should be able to play most newer games at the lowest graphic settings. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=34-220-866&SortField=0&SummaryType=0&PageSize=10&SelectedRating=-1&VideoOnlyMark=False&IsFeedbackTab=true#scrollFullInfo
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The recommended system requirements, as posted on the Guild Wars site, are as follows: Windows XP/2000/ME/98 Intel Pentium III 1GHz or equivalent 512 MB RAM CD-ROM Drive 2 GB Available HDD Space ATI Radeon 9000 or GeForce 4 Ti Series Video Card with 64MB of VRAM 16-bit Sound Card Internet connection Keyboard and mouse Of course, your actual game enjoyment may vary, depending on your previous experience with this type of game. If the FPS (frames per second) rate drops below 24 you will begin to experience a stutter effect due to the individual frames of images being generated becoming more apparent, thus affecting your ability to suspend your disbelief that you are just playing a video game. Also, this lower FPS can effect your ability to respond to an ongoing set of activity that requires you to react as quickly as you can, thus it also affects your eye-hand coordination. In other words, your apparent game response will not reflect your true capabilities. So lower FPS means you're less likely to kick a**, and it's more likely that during on-line play you'll hear words like 'loser', 'newbie' or 'lamer' in response to your game play. Unfortunately, there is no mention of the 'quality' of your game experience or the associated FPS that you can expect from this relatively basic game system. If you look at the 3rd 'chapter' of the series, the 'recommended' system requirements have become the 'minimum', and the new 'recommended' system is as follows: Windows XP/2000/Vista Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz or equivalent 1 GB RAM DVD-ROM Drive 4 GB Available HDD Space ATI Radeon 9600 or NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 series video card or above 16-bit Sound Card Internet connection Keyboard and mouse DirectX 9 So if you wish to play the complete series, you should shoot for this set of requirements. You should be able to locate the main components locally for less than $150 and then order the video card (ATI instead of nVidia since they also mention problems with the 5xxx series of GeForce cards) on-line for around $50.
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