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  • 48 months ago
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Benchmarks say they're pretty similar. I play tf2 on low at 768p and i get 30-40fps, but that does the job for me.

  • 48 months ago
  • 2 points

Oh. So you just lowered the resolution and rolled with it. Well my laptop is already at that as the top setting on resolution for my screen. I guess I was used to my kids computers. Even my youngest son's pc kicks this laptop's butt all over the place.

I bought this laptop for use in making decal designs with my sister in law while visiting Texas. I never thought I would be gaming with it. In retrospect I would have picked a little more power and maybe a discrete mobile gpu. Maybe not. Desktops are the way to go.

Your desktop build will be a radical shift up in speed and power.

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