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whats a good/decent gaming laptop?

redhawk
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[DERP] Charles @redhawk
Aug 09, 20 at 4:32pm

any suggestions? just curious to see what you all have to say, and use
already have a pc, just looking for something portable too

post regardless of price

ithurts
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Aug 09, 20 at 4:38pm
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amir_bahram

HP pavilion Pentium 4. XD

sobo275

How much you looking to spend?

redhawk
[DERP] Charles @redhawk commented on whats a good/decent gaming laptop?
[DERP] Charles @redhawk
Aug 09, 20 at 5:02pm

idk just post cx

sobo275

Well, mine would probably be the best. desktop GPU and CPU, and 64gbs of ram. The area 51m fully loaded.

ithurts
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Aug 09, 20 at 5:12pm
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sobo275

I’m in college and I don’t want to lug a desktop around. That’s why I picked a mobile desktop/laptop personally.

swadian
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Ms MissUnderstanding @swadian
Aug 09, 20 at 5:40pm

For a gaming laptop I would pay extra attention to the ventilation rather than the integrated graphics card.

I mean, sure, if you don't have any GPU power you won't be able to run many games, however your goal there should be "to be able to run them" rather than playing them on a super nice settings. With that out of the way...

Ventilation should be your main aim, laptops that are a bit too powerful tend to overheat and shutdown to prevent permanent damage

hell_hound7

I suggest really diving into not only the specs of a laptop but whether parts are interchangeable sometimes if something goes wrong with one tiny part you might have to swap out the entire motherboard which at that point you might as well buy a new one. And at 1,000 per laptop it adds up

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