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Q: Laptop Gaming Question.

Hello all I m going to get a gaming laptop and these are the specs Chassis Gaming Question. Laptop amp Display Vortex Series quot Matte Full HD LED Widescreen x Processor CPU Intel Core i Laptop Gaming Question. Quad Core Mobile Processor i - QM GHz MB Memory RAM GB KINGSTON HYPER-X Laptop Gaming Question. GENESIS MHz SODIMM DDR x GB Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX MX - GB DDR Video RAM - DirectX Memory - Hard Disk GB KINGSTON Laptop Gaming Question. HYPERX K SSD SATA Gb s upto MB sR MB sW DVD BLU-RAY Drive x BLURAY WRITER x DVD R RW Thermal Paste ARCTIC MX- EXTREME THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY COMPOUND Sound Card Intel Channel High Definition Audio SPDIF MIC Headphone Jack Bluetooth amp Wireless GIGABIT LAN amp KILLER WIRELESS GAMING N NETWORK CARD Battery Vortex Series Cell Lithium Ion Battery mAh Operating System Genuine Windows Professional Bit - inc DVD amp Licence Anti-Virus NORTON ANTI-VIRUS - Year Licence for PC Question Do you think this could play Crysis p maxed out If not can you give me some games if could play maxed out p I have chosen windows because of the amazing boot up speeds on SSD and you get an extra - FPS in some games nbsp

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A: Laptop Gaming Question.

Crysis 3 system requirements - http://www.game-debate.com/games/index.php?g_id=3953&game=Crysis 3

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-gaming-question.1093938/
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A:Gaming laptop question.

Updating BIOS won't do a thing unless there is a very specific reason to do so. It certainly won't help any "lag" problems.

Is the "lag" due to your machine, or could it be simply a lag in internet communication? How fast is your connection?

You might also check to see what else you have running that you can shut down. WMI can slow things quite a bit if running. It needs to run, but you can pause it from a command line:

net pause winmgmt

You should not need to restart it since it will start itself, but if needed:

net continue winmgmt

Something like Bitsum's Process Lasso is also useful (or the free ProcessTamer--the free version of Lasso works well). You could lower the CPU priority of processes you need to keep running but that do not need CPU priority and raise the priority of the game to above normal or high (never use "realtime"--it will lock the machine and you won't be able to do anything). Lasso has a gaming mode. The developer is a very honest and hard-working individual who is always making improvements based on user feedback. Keep an eye out for the frequent updates if you use it. I have it on every machine I own. Once you get your settings the way you want, you can shut down the main program, freeing up yet more CPU, and leave the service running in the background to enforce the priorities. I run it under Local System credentials, but it works fine under any administrative credentials, too.
 

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A:Laptop gaming spec question

Is the Intel graphics card the only one in the notebook? Some have a discrete and an integrated and use switching technologies to save power. You will run into a wall trying to play just about anything modern on that integrated chip.

What games were you interested in?
 

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A:RAM Question for gaming

most people in the US on techspot i believe use newegg.com for pc parts, it has reviews of stuff on there too so you can take a look there until you get more replies
 

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A:Lan Gaming Question

At a minimum you need to also buy a cross-over ethernet cable to connect those two integrated ethernet adaptors. The cable you buy will likely say "ethernet" and/or "Cat5" on it; the key is to make sure it says "cross-over."

Lots of tutorials available on home networks. Search in Help and Support Center or on the web.
 

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A:Easy cpu question concerning gaming

personally i would go with the 8500. i dont no of any games that really takes advantage of 4 cores.. the higher clock frequency is a plus for gaming. E8500 can power an ati 4870x2.. so u wont need to worry about its performance and i know of E8400 overclocked to 3.6ghz which is sweet for gaming.

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A:Question about gaming and screens.

Nope, no effect whatsoever.
 

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A:Question About Gaming and System

Will you run then on high settings ? yes
Will you run them fine ? yes

I think upgrading your ram should be your next move, because it might cause some lag issues
 

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A:Gaming Computer Question

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A:Extreme Gaming CPU question

Very sorry for the typing error. I mean the Phenom II x4 965, not 956
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A:Seems like an easy question to answer regarding Gaming

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A:Intel X25-V 40GB Gaming Question

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Kinematic9


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Did you try the Event Viewer ? Check that for possible error description.
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A:Gaming on widescreen monitors question

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A:Simple IDE vs. Sata question re: gaming

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A:Question about gaming frame rates and hardware

Since there is no processor listed it would be impossible to answer that question. What Brand and model is your power supply?
 

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A:7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset question

Hello PinoyForTheWin.

Razer devices a pretty powerful when it comes to hardware performance/gaming. They are also well known for providing complex drivers for their products.
My guess is that when you'll install the headset, the driver software will provide you some advanced options to choose from.
Among those, there should be some setting to enable the 7.1 sound experience, by overriding your standard sound card settings, and applying its own.
I cannot however guarantee this as a 100% go, it's just a thought to help you decide what to do next.

Good luck

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A:Is it possible to make my laptop a gaming laptop?

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There are "gaming" laptops, but they are quite expensive compared to a desktop. And they are prone to high temperatures and expensive to repair.

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A:Stock - Cheap Gaming MOBO Gimping Question.

Of course all choices will be yours. I have never heard of a $50.00 gaming motherboard. The first tool you will need is knowledge. Some web sites that can help. These sites will list many motherboards and the information you need to choose one. Many of the subject motherboards are costly. Your not their to choose between a $200.00 or a $300.00 motherboard but to gather knowledge so you can choose between a $50.00 or $75.00 motherboard. Motherboard selection takes a lot of homework on your part. It took me more time to choose a motherboard than all the other parts in my computer put together.
Choosing the Best Motherboard for your Gaming Computer
Motherboards.org | The Latest News, Reviews, Guides and Rankings for Motherboards and PC Hardware.

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A:Qosmio F750-11U (glasses free 3D) - Question regarding gaming in 3D

Hi

Did you manage to get this online 3D game running in 3D?

From my knowledge depending on game, it does not work with glasses free 3D mode and work with 2D mode.

In your case I would recommend testing the glasses free 3D mode in connection with other games too.

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A:Question re: D-Link DGL-4300 Wireless 108G Gaming Router

Hi,

This is a fairly normal situation. Just put the iconnect router in bridge. That makes it a pure modem. Just check the manual and it will explain how.

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A:my new gaming laptop

over kill for a laptop. The idea of a laptop is portablility...u need a fork lift truck for a Sager
Might as well have gotten a desktop, for that price you would have a rig that would stomp the competition
 

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A:Gaming laptop

I am not a professional but I do like playing games online with my grandkids. Two things I see that really make a difference for gaming are RAM and a graphics card. The purchase of my last laptop I got 12GB RAM and a 2 GB NVidia graphics card. I would say a minimum of 4 GB RAM and 1 GB graphics cards would be what you want to keep the game running properly...and for some online games that may not be enough. If you have a particular game you like to play, check on their website and see what their minimum requirements are. Then you might want to get a little better than that if you want good graphics on the game.
 

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A:Laptop Gaming

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OS

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A:looking to buy a gaming laptop

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I like my Asus ROG (Republic Of Games) G73JW. http://www.asus.com/ROG_ROG/G73Jw
It's pretty big and heavy to haul around though. They have several configurations of the new model. http://www.asus.com/ROG_ROG/Notebooks_Products/
You might be able to find an older model like mine on Amazon a little cheaper than a current ones.

You concerned about battery life, size, or weight?
Fair warning, most "gaming" laptops have very poor battery life and are often heavier than regular laptops.

Just pick a few and read reviews of them. Amazon, Newegg, places like that. see if the positive comments overwhelmingly beat the negative. Even then, remember some new items can be bad or the person just didn't know how to setup or use it right. Read both, positive and negative on the ones your considering, then just go for it.
 

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A:Help with gaming on my laptop

Tell us the laptop brand and model, or the configuration. The problem is usuall that Warcraft 3 won't work on many laptops... due to memory, audio capabilities, of video graphics hardware or drivers.
 

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A:Gaming laptop

It would be a first for me to see a laptop with dual sli... that's only in desktops.

The majority of laptops are not suitable for gaming, especially if it's going to be DX10 and possibly Vista.
 

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A:Gaming laptop

Are you completely sure you want a laptop rather then a desktop? They're hot, have a relatively short lifespan, lack upgradability and will be considerably less powerful then a desktop of equivelant price.

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A:help for buy MSI Gaming Laptop

Similar performance. Just a matter of chipset preference. Intel/nVidia or AMD/ATI

Although the intel build has a better audio chipset.

Warranty should be the same for both, so it boils down to brand preference and/or price.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-for-buy-msi-gaming-laptop.1130002/
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A:Gaming laptop

not much you CAN upgrade on a laptop. can go

with an Extigy for sound , upgrade the memory to 512mb or so if your system will support it, video, your stuck with onboard.
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A:gaming on a laptop

The only thing you will be able to add to that laptop is ram, thats it.


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A:Looking for a gaming laptop under $700

Try this websites

Try GR-Tek If you are in Australia
If in America, try iBUYPOWER

I'm not allowed to post links yet, so ya gonna have to search it up for now in Google
 

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A:Gaming Laptop

For about $1500 you should get a descent laptop from Asus. Check out their website.

Regards,

Korrupt
 

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A:Gaming laptop

Personally, I'd stay away from Dell; they have a bad track record when it comes to support.

If you're looking for OEM companies, Asus is the best in my opinion; their laptops are reasonably priced and come with some pretty good components.

If you want to try something different, go with a system builder; XoticPC is pretty good according to reviews. I've talked with their customer support and they are fantastic. They'll help you make a pretty good build, and their prices are not too crazy. They're a bit more expensive than other system builders, but the extra price is worth the great support and reassurance that what you get has been quality tested, will work to your satisfaction and also give you a great warranty.

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Dell Inspiron i7559-763BLK: 15.6 inches, Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD - LaptopOracle

I have found a good price on amazon but do you guys have a better idea of which laptop I should buy than this one for $ 799?

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A:What do you think about this gaming laptop

Welcome to Techist

Did you read the review you linked? I think it answers your question already.


Quote:




- Dreadful screen
- Inconsistent game performance




I'd say from those first 2 cons, find another notebook

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A:gaming laptop

If you want the Gateway laptop, go ahead. But I would recommend also looking at the Dell XPS series. They offer some great budget computers, and very decent power too!
 

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Never.
 

A:Gaming Laptop

You should compare the laptop to the system requirements of any game you want to play. It's always a good idea to buy above the minimum, as high as possible, so that the laptop will not be obsolete when the next games come out.

But laptops in general are not meant for gaming. They are designed for portability and low energy use. Some exceptions exist, like Alienware and Origen PC.

See here: Top 10 Gaming Laptops
 

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Thanks
 

A:Best gaming laptop.

Most likely i would try alien ware....
their products are very reliable, and not always as expensive as you may think as long as you don't go overboard.
http://www.alienware.com/
 

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A:Laptop for Gaming

Welcome to seven Forums Deborah.

Based on these reviews, I'd definitely go with the Lenovo, much less money and and the only con is short battery life, while the MSI they say gets very hot.

Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 Review & Rating | PCMag.com

MSI GE40 2OC-009US Review & Rating | PCMag.com

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A:Need a laptop for gaming

I would prefer Alienware

Alienware Gaming Laptops | Dell | Dell

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A:Gaming laptop

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if not, then what should i look for in the ram, the processor and the graphics system? thanks! btw, i like both AMD and Intel so i don't play favorites.
 

A:a gaming laptop for under 1,500$???

dell, gateway, hp, toshiba all offer decent laptops at that price. look for the video card to have 64mb video ram, preferably 128. a Pentium 4 processor or AMD XP with HT. 512 mb ram. preferably 1 gig. dell is the 5150. just look around.
 

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A:Best Gaming Laptop?

I think all those are good makes of computer. If it is mainly for games then look at the graphics set up in them and then go for the fastest one with most memory
 

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L2 cache size n/a
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hard drive capacity 750 GB
drives included LightScribe super multi DVD Double layer
screen size 15.6
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video memory 1 GB
video/graphic chip BUILT IN
 

A:Gaming laptop?

Do you know the actual name/model of the graphic chip?
 

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http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Asus_X5DAB-SX028V_Windows_7_Laptop_X5DAB-SX028V/version.asp

http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Acer_Aspire_5738G_Laptop_LX.PEX02.045/version.asp

http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Acer_Aspire_5740G_Laptop_LX.PMF02.061/version.asp

http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Samsung_R522-JS01UK_Laptop_NP-R522-JS01UK/version.asp
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A:Looking to buy gaming laptop

If you can, look into Eurocom to see what you can get for your budget. They have some good laptops and are fully upgradable usually.

Other than that, I've had 2 MSI's and loved 'em. Asus G75 and up series are good and get really good reviews so they're also an option.

IMO I wouldn't really go Alienware or Razer, because like you said they're fairly overpriced for what they are.

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Both of those graphics cards are low-end and pretty lame, so you won't be going much hardcore gaming.

Option 2 is better for you, though, IMO. I think LoL is more CPu dependent.
 

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Fjork

A:Looking to buy a gaming laptop

Hello Fjork and welcome to the forums

I'm not familiar with the m14x, but I'll have a look at the specs and reviews now.

Have you considered a gaming desktop at all? Just to confirm, so I can look at prices etc., are you from the states?

The m14x is highly customisable so it would help us if you told us the specs you were thinking about getting

Tom

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A:Looking for gaming laptop

in my opinion... Alienware makes the only "real" gaming laptop. I say this because they use desktop CPUs (Athlon64 FX and Athlon64 X2), where as other so-called "gaming laptops" such as the Dell XPS models use the Intel Pentium-M CPU. Athlon64 CPU's by design are superior to Pentiums... especially when it comes to gaming.

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A:Gaming Laptop

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A:Gaming laptop under $1,000

Option 1:
http://shop.lenovo.com/SEUILibrary/...-category-id=AC523278A4F13F27A84F5F5622D1AC7A

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http://www.sagernotebook.com/index.php?page=category_browse&selected_cat=9

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Search for the E series Acer models. Jack E/NJ

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A:Laptop for gaming - £400-£600

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A:Gaming Laptop Help

unfortunately Laptops designed with gaming in mind are very expensive. Alienware makes some and so does ABS. But they charge an arm and a leg for them. What you have to look at is what the system requirements are for the games and then look for a laptop that meets or exceeds those requirements. A budget of $1300 is not a lot I am afraid.
 

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A:Gaming Laptop

As long as you realize that for under $1,000, you're going to be buying  a compromise between gaming and price, it's a decent system.  It will absolutely NOT allow you to play high-hardware-demand games without reducing the video settings -- the 960M is a capable chip but it's low-end these days where gaming is concerned.  
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Have you looked at these:
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thanks
 

A:cheap gaming laptop

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A:Best Brand for Gaming Laptop

Neither of the above brands. Check out www.KillerNoteBooks.com for the best gaming laptops available.
 

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