Can i play FF14 on 1 of these laptops

#1gantz24Posted 8/30/2013 3:20:04 AM
My laptop can't play the game because of the low onboard graphics card i only got a 987 score

So i went looking for a new laptop and found 2 that are in my price budget

1) ACER Aspire V5-552-65356G50AKK
15,6 inch LED AMD A6-5357M 6 GB 500 GB HDD AMD Radeon HD 8750M (2 GB)

2) HP Pavilion G6-2303SD
15,6 inch LED AMD A8-4500M 6 GB 500 GB HDD AMD Radeon HD 7670M (1 GB)


Does anybody know if i can play Final Fantasy XIV on 1 of these 2 laptops please let me know been looking online for days now for an answer

Thanks
#2ImYoungxDPosted 8/30/2013 3:24:51 AM
The acer can on standard (laptop) settings mode.
---
3DS FC: 0619-3089-2686
Name: Brian | Town: Sky
#3allan247Posted 8/30/2013 4:11:01 AM
My man I play on a samsung laptop with intel HD4000 and it plays smooth and looks good lol, dont I get a solid ~30fps, im sure it doesnt look great compared to a top end system, but even still i find my self stopping to look at the scenery because it looks so damn good
---
USMC 0331, 2/6 Camp Lejeune, NC (Veteran OEF 2010, 2011 Helmand Province)
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/aerie-peak/Pheronite/advanced
#4kyomagiPosted 8/30/2013 4:20:41 AM
gantz24 posted...
My laptop can't play the game because of the low onboard graphics card i only got a 987 score

So i went looking for a new laptop and found 2 that are in my price budget

1) ACER Aspire V5-552-65356G50AKK
15,6 inch LED AMD A6-5357M 6 GB 500 GB HDD AMD Radeon HD 8750M (2 GB)

2) HP Pavilion G6-2303SD
15,6 inch LED AMD A8-4500M 6 GB 500 GB HDD AMD Radeon HD 7670M (1 GB)


Does anybody know if i can play Final Fantasy XIV on 1 of these 2 laptops please let me know been looking online for days now for an answer

Thanks



go for the acer, the 2gb is very good for a mobile graphics card
---
Magistarkyo - PSN; kyoakuma - 360
PSN Profile - http://psnprofiles.com/magistarkyo
#5IsiliaPosted 8/30/2013 5:08:56 AM
Between those two I'd have to say Acer as well. Although I never did like them as a company (to me, seems like all the ones I've worked on have been cheaply made).

You may want to look at ASUS as well. They make cheap (in comparison) gaming laptops and seem to hold up well too.