NVIDIA® GeFroce GT 325M + Intel® integrated graphics


I'm planning to buy a laptop and would like to know if the below graphics is a decent one. Could you please give me an idea about the pros and cons.

NVIDIA® GeFroce GT 325M + Intel® integrated graphics

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  1. Hello and welcome to the forums
    GT 325M is a low-mid range card,so it can handle current games fine on medium/low settings on resolutions like 1280x720
  2. Hi,

    Follow up question. What can you say about the below specs? Can you advise?

    MSI FX400
    CPU Intel® Core™ i5 Processor
    OS Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
    (MSI recommends upgrade to Genuine Windows® 7 Professional)
    Chipset Intel® HM55
    Memory DDR3 1066, Max: 4GB
    LCD Size 14” HD TFT LCD (16:9)
    Graphics NVIDIA® GeForce GT 325M + Intel® integrated graphics
    Graphics VRAM DDR3 1GB
    HDD (GB) 2.5" 250GB/320GB/500GB SATA
    Optical Drive Super-Multi
    Audio 2 high quality speakers
    Webcam 1.3M
    Card Reader SD/SDHC/MMC
    LAN 10/100/1000
    Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n
    Bluetooth Bluetooth V2.1 (Optional)
    D-Sub (VGA) 1
    HDMI 1
    USB 2.0 port 3
    USB 3.0 port N/A
    eSATA 1
    eSATA/USB Combo N/A
    Mic-in/Headphone-out 1
    Express Card N/A
    Modem port N/A
    Line-in N/A
    Keyboard 103 keys
    AC Adapter 65W
    Battery 6 cells
    Dimension 350(L)x234(W)x29.7~33.5~39.5(H)
    Weight (KG) 2.2
  3. Like I mentioned,GT 325M is a low-mid range card.And the most important part for gaming is the VGA.
  4. I'm not a big fan of a new system with a 4 GB RAM limit.
  5. Look, you're not going to enjoy Crysis on that thing (it would struggle with medium), but it should be enough for some light gaming. If you're just gonna play the sims it will be fine. If you want to play MWF2 or Black Ops though you may be dissapointed at having to use lower quality settings depending on your resolution.

    If you want to game on your laptop I would recommend getting something with a nVidia 360M or Radeon 5700M though you can get something better if you're willing to spend more. If that's out of your budget then at least go with a 330M (a faster clocked version of the 325) or Radeon 5650.
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