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Failower #1 Posted 06 October 2014 - 02:21 PM

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MrDroopy #2 Posted 06 October 2014 - 08:56 PM

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Try to find one with gt 840m (or as it called only 840m) graphics card by nvidia. It is more friendly with drivers and has more performance on gaming(15-20% better than r7 m260). Procesor i5/i7 as both are dual cores, unless i7 is an MQ or HQ version.

On that laptop, might run at low/med graphics on screen rezolution(1366x768) with an arround 35-50 FPS which is decent. With an 840m graphics card you can play at (some settings to med some to high some to low and some off) 35-60 fps...i have a laptop with 840m on it + i5 4200u and thats how i run it.

 

 

/for example this one  http://pcmarket.ba/a...0ln-xx003d.html

Mine is the same but only different thing is the CPU (i have i5 not i7, not a big difference to be honnest)

 

/or this one http://pcmarket.ba/a...1ln-xo063d.html

with internal ssd (it seems to be like an HDD hybrid) for more boot/program loading performance...faster boot, faster loading programs , etc.


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K_A #3 Posted 06 October 2014 - 09:05 PM

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Processor isn't all that bad but the poor GPU will be a problem if you want good graphics I'm afraid. With low settings you will probably get decent performance and a perfectly fluent, playable game but if you want super pretty high quality graphics, forget it.

Failower #4 Posted 07 October 2014 - 09:40 AM

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MrDroopy #5 Posted 07 October 2014 - 10:42 AM

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View Postzlatniljiljan89, on 07 October 2014 - 10:40 AM, said:

 

What about i5-4200M and GT 745M?

 

i5-4200M is a full voltage i5 CPU, unless like like 4200U which is under voltage. So yeah, i5 4200M is better but TG745m is between 740m and 840m on performance rating.

I would still go for an i7 U edition and 840m for more GPU power...for a laptop the most important thing is the GPU because 90% of laptops have only dual CPU's which is good for gaming, at the moment you just need GPU power for better graphics and performance.

And btw, 840m and above are newer generation GPU's which means they have less power consumption, better performance, lower temperatures etc.



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