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is my laptop high end laptop or its no good for gaming

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  • Intel i7
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  • Hewlett Packard
  • HP Pavilion
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December 26, 2013 10:10:50 PM

i have the laptop hp pavilion dv6 7003xx
SPEC

CPU : intel i7 3610qm 4 cores 8 thread Clock Speed 2.3 GHz
Max Turbo Frequency 3.3 GHz

RAM: 8gb i dont know witch

GPU : the mxm-a nvidia 630m 2gb GPU Clock: 800 MHz Memory Clock: 900 MHz integrated with intel hd 4000

oh and by the way can i upgrade my gpu ??

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December 26, 2013 10:15:29 PM

You probaly could technichally upgrade your gpu but it would be pretty hard and overall just not reccomended. Its ok for gaming but its a laptop and unless you pay lots of money its unlikely you will be able to get one that is as good as a desktop performance. I would bet yours could run battlefield 3 at medium settings at 30+ fps @1080p possibly if you tweaked some of the settings
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December 26, 2013 10:18:18 PM

zightbaoe said:
You probaly could technichally upgrade your gpu but it would be pretty hard and overall just not reccomended. Its ok for gaming but its a laptop and unless you pay lots of money its unlikely you will be able to get one that is as good as a desktop performance. I would bet yours could run battlefield 3 at medium settings at 30+ fps @1080p possibly if you tweaked some of the settings


and how do i do that people told me i can overclock my cpu to but my laptop is getting verry hot like i was playing gat iv and i was getting 90c
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December 26, 2013 10:25:31 PM

you have to crack the BIOS to allow BCLK changes but that is so much work its not worth it. if your graphics card is not overheating then it can be overclocked fairly easily. as for replacing it, won't happen. almost all gpus are soldered on (a lot of cpus aren't though, but replacing cpu wont give you much gaming performance)
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December 26, 2013 10:29:09 PM

airplanegeek said:
you have to crack the BIOS to allow BCLK changes but that is so much work its not worth it. if your graphics card is not overheating then it can be overclocked fairly easily. as for replacing it, won't happen. almost all gpus are soldered on (a lot of cpus aren't though, but replacing cpu wont give you much gaming performance)


so you're saying its better to just leave it like that
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December 26, 2013 10:29:32 PM

Laptops overheating is a common issue. Buy some sort of cooler for your laptop and you'll be good to go. Your laptop has good specifications. In fact, a friend of mine has a laptop with similar secs and he could play BF4 at High with playable fps. Hope this helped.
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December 26, 2013 10:33:29 PM

Rafik Nisanov said:
airplanegeek said:
you have to crack the BIOS to allow BCLK changes but that is so much work its not worth it. if your graphics card is not overheating then it can be overclocked fairly easily. as for replacing it, won't happen. almost all gpus are soldered on (a lot of cpus aren't though, but replacing cpu wont give you much gaming performance)


so you're saying its better to just leave it like that


check you gpu temps, if its fine then overclock it (voids warranty). will give you a bit of a fps boost. If you are a tech wizard then you can take the laptop apart, and reapply some thermal paste to achieve lower temps
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December 26, 2013 10:46:12 PM

airplanegeek said:
Rafik Nisanov said:
airplanegeek said:
you have to crack the BIOS to allow BCLK changes but that is so much work its not worth it. if your graphics card is not overheating then it can be overclocked fairly easily. as for replacing it, won't happen. almost all gpus are soldered on (a lot of cpus aren't though, but replacing cpu wont give you much gaming performance)


so you're saying its better to just leave it like that


check you gpu temps, if its fine then overclock it (voids warranty). will give you a bit of a fps boost. If you are a tech wizard then you can take the laptop apart, and reapply some thermal paste to achieve lower temps


i dont really know about laptops to open it up or anything or how to overclock and if you dont mind i have another question if i can play now battlefield 4 on high if i connect my laptop to an cooling pad and plug my computer to the power without the battery and connect my laptop to my monitor with hdmi cable and play with mouse and keyboard will it be the same its gonna be like medium because i plug it in a monitor ??
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December 27, 2013 9:25:41 AM

if the resolution is the same as your laptop screen then it will run the same. if resolution is higher then you need to reduce settings
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