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Old 10-16-2006, 04:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought this laptop for my Girl friend, and i was wondering if it is ok for med, avg gaming. How is the processor for its speed and all. Do u think this is good enough for its price?

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if that doesnt work, here is the item number:120042476396

plz could i get a reply ASAP, thanks
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As far as processor goes, yeah, it should be fine for that kind of gaming. Match with a good video card and she'll be set.
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Well,the laptop is already bought, so i cant upgrade it, my gf is not a gamer, its just that i might end up playing games on it. And do u think games lik NFS:MW, or lik some fps games would work wid settings on med, or maybe low too. BUt smooth, no lag. Just wondering if thats good. I currently have a amd 3400, and dou think that processor is better? since its a core 2 duo!
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Should be ok. The specs aren't that bad.
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As far as processor goes, yeah, it should be fine for that kind of gaming. Match with a good video card and she'll be set.
You can't upgrade the video card on a laptop.
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what recent modern game would be able to play with good settings, thats all i will ask, sorry to bother. Thanks
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That should be okay.
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