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Laptop on sale i need one badly ! HELP ! Answer please fast

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January 14, 2013 4:00:00 AM

Hello,
I want t buy a laptop its -
HP Pavilion g6-2292sa 15.6" Laptop
•Intel® Core™ i5-3210M processor (2.5 GHz, 3.1 GHz with Turboboost, 3 MB L3 cache)
•Windows 8
•Memory: 6 GB
•Hard drive: 1 TB
Intel HD Graphics 4000
Up to 1.65 GB of dedicated RAM

i want to run a game Leaue of legends , please tell me how wlell it will run it s this pc worth it cuz it has special ofer and i really need a laptop straight away. Focus ur answer on the game: League of Legends , i needfast answers b4it goes on normal prie again , counting on ur answers :) 
January 14, 2013 4:12:08 AM

if your buying for gaming do not buy this laptop. hd4000 is horrible for gaming. my laptop with i3 hd4000 on windows 8 is horrible. i cant even run windows 8 app games at playable frame rates. cant even play diablo 3 at all (laggy/stutters). i suggest going amd trinity or get one with with discrete nvidia/amd card.
January 14, 2013 4:15:51 AM

thank you .
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January 14, 2013 4:25:41 AM

c_h1132 said:
if your buying for gaming do not buy this laptop. hd4000 is horrible for gaming. my laptop with i3 hd4000 on windows 8 is horrible. i cant even run windows 8 app games at playable frame rates. cant even play diablo 3 at all (laggy/stutters). i suggest going amd trinity or get one with with discrete nvidia/amd card.




but what if i get this lkaptop andthen upgrade the hd4000 to better. all ohter things would be great for gamin tho?
January 14, 2013 4:32:43 AM

zajebal24 said:
but what if i get this lkaptop andthen upgrade the hd4000 to better. all ohter things would be great for gamin tho?


you cant upgrade laptop video cards unless its got discrete card plus its still hard to find one that will fit your laptop. most laptop wont be able to upgrade. if its got hd4000 now, you most likey cant upgrade at all. sorry =(
January 14, 2013 4:38:55 AM

You won't be able to upgrade the graphics hardware in this laptop. Sadly, yes, this would be a perfectly decent gaming machine if only it had a non-integrated graphics chip.
January 14, 2013 8:47:16 AM

c_h1132_90 said:
you cant upgrade laptop video cards unless its got discrete card plus its still hard to find one that will fit your laptop. most laptop wont be able to upgrade. if its got hd4000 now, you most likey cant upgrade at all. sorry =(


thx for answering , i found a new laptop that i could buy also with a special offer only 20 euro mre then the last one its graphic card is better but i think cpu isnt , what u think ?

HP Pavilion g6-2213sa
AMD A8-4500M processor
Windows 8
Memory: 8 GB
Hard drive: 1 TB

AMD Radeon HD 7640G Discrete-Class
up to 4.98 GB of dedicated RAM
January 14, 2013 9:23:57 AM

you cant upgrade the graphics card but check the system requirements I have just an Intel HD graphics card duel CPU pentium and it runs really well witch games like portal 2 left for dead two team fortress two at around 42 fps-56!! buy it. test it if it does not work take it I back and get your money back and save a little more!!! :')
January 14, 2013 9:45:39 AM

This site has a good chart on what laptops and their mobile GPU can do on games. The game you mentioned is not on the list but you may find one that's similarly demanding and use it as a reference.

Computer-Games-on-Laptop
January 14, 2013 10:14:00 AM

punnar said:
This site has a good chart on what laptops and their mobile GPU can do on games. The game you mentioned is not on the list but you may find one that's similarly demanding and use it as a reference.

Computer-Games-on-Laptop

from that link I think there is no point buying laptop with graphic card if the games mostly got red one :lol: 
January 14, 2013 1:16:12 PM

kovzone said:
from that link I think there is no point buying laptop with graphic card if the games mostly got red one :lol: 


I'm not sure what you mean by your comment. Some $600 laptops fall right in the green depending on the game you want to play.

Take SWTOR for example. I was able to get a Dell Inspiron 1505 (which is nowhere near the minimum requirements) to play at the very low settings at it's native resolution so I'm sure a lot of these lapops can do a lot better. I was even able to get in a 4 man group. Now you can say "Who wants to play at that low level detail." Well to some people, that's all they got.

I posted this to help the poster decide for himself if the laptop he is looking at is worth it, not for critics to judge if any of the laptops are good enough for them.
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