I spent a lot of time reading stuff here, and now I have a question myself. For now, I have a desktop pc. Specs:
Intel pentium E5200 @2.5Ghz Sapphire Radeon 5770 3GB RAM 800Mhz HP motherboard (yes, it's a cheap pc with a 5770 in it)
But I'm thinking about going for a notebook, as I'm going to college in 1 year. I'm a casual gamer, playing games like the sims 3, GTA IV (and EFLC), Battlefield BC2, Battlefield 3, Need for speed Shift,...
What should I do? Think about upgrading the mobo, processor and ram in my current system or just sell al of this and go for a notebook? Also, I just received a netbook from my girlfriend because she didn't use it. But it's a bit slow (Intel atom n270, 160gb HDD, 1gb ram).
So, should I sell my pc and buy a decent notebook instead of the netbook? or, should I keep my pc, upgrade it and keep the netbook for college?
More aboutinvest desktop notebook
Well, if you don't mind not playing on the highest possible graphics, you can invest around 1000-1500 in a decent gaming laptop and use it for college as well.
Well, I can't play any game maxed out with my E5200, so I don't mind because I'm not used to it. :P Also, I'm not from America and don't have that much money (actually I do, but as I'm still young my parents tell me how much to spend)