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Windows 7: Gaming Laptop Advice


16 Nov 2013   #1
Zargart

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Gaming Laptop Advice

I have been on the look out for a new laptop to last me till the end of my college years. I have been giving some suggestions, but i found two mid priced ranged machines that look interesting. The only concern i have is i am unsure about the maker, and the website. Does any one know about ibuypower? Does any body have experience with the laptops that i am post links to?

Valkyrie-CZ-28-Gaming-Laptop: iBUYPOWER® Gaming PC

Battalion-101-W370ST-Gaming-Laptop: iBUYPOWER® Gaming PC


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16 Nov 2013   #2
whs
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Nice machines. Look pricey. Depending on what level of gaming you do, this may be a reasonable budget option. The Intel 4000 chip does a very good job.
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16 Nov 2013   #3
Zargart

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Thank you very much for your suggestion. I looked over that machine and the price is very reasonable, but it does not have the ability to meet the level of gaming i will be asking of it.
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16 Nov 2013   #4
whs
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Fair enough. I was not sure which level of gaming you plan.
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16 Nov 2013   #5
Zargart

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I am looking for something to run modern games as low as medium settings. I am unsure i will find such a thing below 1,000. I would rather purchase a desktop, but since i foresee much traveling in the next two years i need a laptop.
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16 Nov 2013   #6
Contrabardus

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The specs on the machines themselves look good. The parts being used are pretty good quality. So, yes, it will do for what you want. Actually, it's a little better than what you suggest in the post above. Both laptops linked above should run most modern games at high settings easily. You might not max out Max Payne 3 or Battlefield 4, but both laptops are more than good enough to run the majority of new PC games at high settings at the least.

The only question would be the competence of the company building it. If only there was a way to use a vast series of interconnected hubs to find information about a company and its products and opinions and ratings from many of its customers quickly and easily...

Let me google that for you
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25 Nov 2013   #7
Internet Badass

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get yourself a netbook and ace all your classes!!
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26 Nov 2013   #8
Zargart

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Haha!
I use a MacBookPro for my classes, the other computer will be for those long hauls of stress and anxiety. As for my grades i am currently getting As and an A-.
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