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    IncGamers Member Arbalest's Avatar
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    Advice on laptop

    Hi guys, gonna get a laptop soon for work and hope to use it to play D3 as well

    Considering the following:

    1) Aspire V3-471G-52454G75Mi; Core i5-2450M, GT630M (1gb), 4gb ram, 500gb HDD

    2) Aspire V3-471G-73618G75Mn; Core i7-3610QM, GT640M (2gb), 8gb ram, 750gb HDD

    Will the 1st option play D3 with acceptable FPS on at least mid settings?

    Cos if its not necessary to get option 2, then I probably won't as it'll save me about 200 bucks

    Thx in advance for your kind advice!


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    Re: Advice on laptop

    Quote Originally Posted by Arbalest View Post
    Hi guys, gonna get a laptop soon for work and hope to use it to play D3 as well

    Considering the following:

    1) Aspire V3-471G-52454G75Mi; Core i5-2450M, GT630M (1gb), 4gb ram, 500gb HDD

    2) Aspire V3-471G-73618G75Mn; Core i7-3610QM, GT640M (2gb), 8gb ram, 750gb HDD

    Will the 1st option play D3 with acceptable FPS on at least mid settings?

    Cos if its not necessary to get option 2, then I probably won't as it'll save me about 200 bucks

    Thx in advance for your kind advice!


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    Hi there,

    ad1: yes it will. It will very propably have around 40+more fps on mid settings(maybe even 60). And very propably still 30+ on high.
    In fact, I think you will have very nice framerate even on highest graphic settings.

    Please check this link concerning your graphic card

    http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-...M.63761.0.html

    When you scroll about halfway down you can see performance in certain games like mass effect, skyrim, starcraft and so on.

    Regarding The processor, it is a very good one for notebooks. I have similiar one (i5 430m) and it handles new games pretty well. Also 4gb or 8Gb doesnt really make the difference when it comes to any todays pc game.

    Hope I helped.



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