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Can my laptop run Battlefield 3 and Skyrim on low?

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February 4, 2012 1:56:47 PM

NO.

I think Skyrim will run slow (10 fps) & not choppy , but after a while it will get painful.
As a fan of the Fusion, I still think it's a great chip - but this one is better suited for real time strategy like Starcraft 2 or turn based games like Galactic Civilisations ][.
If you are a big Skyrim fan, then your notebook will do OK at enchanting, smithing, making potions, selling stuff, etc if you have a lot of time to kill and this is your only rig available.
10 fps will look much less annoying in SC2 than in Skyrim.
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February 5, 2012 12:51:45 AM

enewmen said:
NO.

I think Skyrim will run slow (10 fps) & not choppy , but after a while it will get painful.
As a fan of the Fusion, I still think it's a great chip - but this one is better suited for real time strategy like Starcraft 2 or turn based games like Galactic Civilisations ][.
If you are a big Skyrim fan, then your notebook will do OK at enchanting, smithing, making potions, selling stuff, etc if you have a lot of time to kill and this is your only rig available.
10 fps will look much less annoying in SC2 than in Skyrim.

Thanks looks like i'll be looking for gaming computer :??: 
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February 5, 2012 12:51:58 AM

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February 5, 2012 12:06:29 PM

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