if the gpu is slow, even if they give it 8gb of video ram it wont matter as it is still slow.
i would take a good gpu with 1gb over a slow 2gb gpu.
and a 630m is slow, 7670m is better.
Hi, thanks for the reply. so basically you're saying the 2gb GPU ram in HP is no good, because Dell's GPU is better and it'll offer a better performance graphically? And thus I should expect less 'hanging' or 'lagging' problems in Dell as compared to HP .. ?
so in a nutshell, you're saying I should go for dell over hp right ? (in this case at least)
now clock speed, all things equal, higher clock is better. unless one is quad and the other has 2 cores.
So since they both are core i5, it does matter that there's a difference of 0.8 ghz between the two .. i mean considerably? I've been told that apparently i am 'clueless' to talk about clock speeds in today's technology (i.e. ci3, ci5, ci7) and that they're more or less the same thing.
Generally speaking: What would you recommend as far as brands are concerned... Dell's better than HP, in terms of reliability and performance? As I hear HP is only good till its warranty lasts, and that they aren't capable of handling the workload (multitasking thing i mentioned in my initial post) as much as dell, they hang often.?
Lastly, what's your take on Samsung and Lenovo ? They're on sale in UK, i heard ci7 lenovo for 1TB is available for around 400 GBP, which is more or less 40 GBP more than these two options (dell and hp) i'm pondering upon currently. What would you suggest? or is there any other brand and model you could suggest me ?