Looking for a laptop which is able to play game and doesn't get too hot

Hi, i am going to buy new laptop tomorrow
I have a HP laptop which is not behaving well now, it has broken fan, so it gets so hot, and 100% cpu usage occasionally, the model is G32-301TX
I thought i would not get a HP again, but an Envy catches my eyes for its design it looks really beautiful to me

but i afraid the exact same problems will happen to me, like getting hot easily and overheating easily, also i afraid it may slow down when it gets hot as i do play games, but i heard now adays processor slowed down when it gets hot
is this laptop okay?
or maybe other alternatives? like Toshiba or Asus?
I don't think these two designs beat Envy, but is the brands better than HP?
2 answers Last reply
More about laptop play game hot
  1. Well the GPU in that one is a middle class card so it should do OK with games at 1366x768 medium to high settings. More demanding games may need lower settings. I have heard good things about the newer ENVY laptops but do not own one as I do not game on my laptop to me that is what my desktop is for.
  2. i just got this

    UPC Code 8711149738
    Manufacturer Model Number: DV7-7259NR
    Dimensions & Weights
    Depth: 16.38"
    Height: 1.24"/1.39"
    Weight: 6.94 lbs.
    Width: 10.79"
    Inputs and Outputs
    Headphone output: Yes
    Microphone input: Yes
    RJ-45 (LAN): Yes
    S-video output: None
    USB 2.0 ports: 1 USB 2.0 and 3 USB 3.0 ports
    VGA: Yes
    Key Features
    Battery life:
    Battery type: 6-cell Lithium-Ion
    Built-in webcam: Yes
    Digital media: SD, MMC
    Display: 17.3" HD+ BrightView LED
    Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 630M switchable graphics
    Hard drive: 750GB (5400RPM) SATA
    HDMI output: Yes
    Keyboard: Island-style full-size keyboard
    Network card: 10/100/100 Gigabit Ethernet
    Operating system: Windows® 8
    Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-3630QM Processor
    Processor speed: 3.40 GHz
    System memory: 8GB
    Type of memory: DDR3
    Wireless networking: 802.11b/g/n
    Labor warranty: One year
    Parts warranty: One year

    it runs grid 2 and Metro last light on med settings great so far but it does run hot . Using a DIY laptop cooler it runs cooler but temp seem high but other people have said the high temps are normal for this laptop good luck
Ask a new question

Read More

Gaming HP Laptop Laptops Games Hewlett Packard