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July 21, 2010 11:32:03 AM

im looking at osny vaio f series: resasons. they do uk warranty and shhip to UK (main reason). They are good build quality. Free blu ray atm. F-sewries as the screen isnt huge i like 15-16" screens and f series is their best gaming one.
Im loooking at the better I7 1.73-2.93 one and 320g 7200rpm drive then 4gb 1333mz ram, with a gt330m unupgradable. Is that rig especially the card im worrying baout ale to play wow med/ high or maxxed settings (inc in dalaran) and cod on medium settings???


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July 21, 2010 12:23:42 PM

Your CPU and RAM are Ok for gaming.

This Nvidia's page with its mobile gpu's:

Your gpu is classified in the performance range, so it should be good. Don't know if you will be able to play wow at maxed settings however.
How much video ram and screen resolution will your laptop have?

Google for some benchmark on your laptop.
July 24, 2010 8:05:21 PM

i did but im not too technical... i really need a laptop under £1,100 ex. VAT for gaming... Dunno if u play WOW but dalaran is a major FPS reducer... 1920x1080p i think and video ram - duno what that is!
any laptop recommendations in the UK welcome but the laptop must last at least 3 years . thanks!
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July 25, 2010 8:37:44 PM

welll il go for cyperpower tbh as i wont order in time for free bluray
July 25, 2010 8:42:45 PM

Thanks for your help but its not too late to say if u find something. PS why is a SSD good for gaming?!
July 25, 2010 10:13:04 PM

you will most likely max the crap outta WoW with a GT 330M and core i7
a b U Graphics card
July 26, 2010 6:09:50 AM

cloudwolf said:
Thanks for your help but its not too late to say if u find something. PS why is a SSD good for gaming?!

The GT 330M should handle WoW and CoD4 on high settings, MW2 on medium or so, possibly high.

An SSD isn't really good for gaming in the sense that it increases your framerate, just decreases game load times considerably.