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2 years ago#1
Can i run games like day-z on this laptop?

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/toshiba-toshiba-l70d-17-3-laptop-silver-amd-a10-5750m-750gb-hdd-8gb-ram-windows-8-l70d-a-009/10257002.aspx


1600 x 900
cpu: AMD A10-5750M (quad core 2.5GHz)
gpu: AMD Radeon HD 8650G integrated
RAM: 8GB DDR3
2 years ago#2
Are you talking about the Day Z that isn't a game or the Day Z that doesn't exist

And why would you want to

And lollaptop

And lolno
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2 years ago#3
Well, according to notebookcheck this is what you have:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-8650G.87916.0.html

While that has no game benchmarks you can reference, it says that a 6670m is roughly 2% weaker than it, but would probably have very slightly better performance because it's a dedicated card. However here is the listing for that:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6770M.43955.0.html

Judging from that, it should be able to handle Day Z mod for Arma 2 alright (no idea on the soon-to-be-released Day Z standalone) and other games as well as long you are fine with low-to-medium settings depending on the game at that resolution.

For the record, that is a large and heavy laptop, and on top of that it has a slow hard drive in it. If you are moving it around a lot and plan to actually use it as a laptop is intended to be used, I'd probably recommend against it. If you are just looking for a computer to game on, a desktop will pretty much always win and be cheaper. Then you can get a cheaper, smaller laptop to use as an actual laptop.

Hope that helps.
2 years ago#4
GreenMage7 posted...
Well, according to notebookcheck this is what you have:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-8650G.87916.0.html

While that has no game benchmarks you can reference, it says that a 6670m is roughly 2% weaker than it, but would probably have very slightly better performance because it's a dedicated card. However here is the listing for that:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6770M.43955.0.html

Judging from that, it should be able to handle Day Z mod for Arma 2 alright (no idea on the soon-to-be-released Day Z standalone) and other games as well as long you are fine with low-to-medium settings depending on the game at that resolution.

For the record, that is a large and heavy laptop, and on top of that it has a slow hard drive in it. If you are moving it around a lot and plan to actually use it as a laptop is intended to be used, I'd probably recommend against it. If you are just looking for a computer to game on, a desktop will pretty much always win and be cheaper. Then you can get a cheaper, smaller laptop to use as an actual laptop.

Hope that helps.



Thanks, i think i'm going to purchase it, i have no intent of running high end games, just the day-z mod for arma on medium is fine, I'm also using this laptop for school and probly on vacations, the reason why i'm not buying a cheaper one is because i want to run dayZ or some kind of fps that will keep my busy when i'm bored.
2 years ago#5
Even medium is pushing it. More likely it will run at 720p and low settings.
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2 years ago#6
GreenMage7 posted...
Well, according to notebookcheck this is what you have:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-8650G.87916.0.html

While that has no game benchmarks you can reference, it says that a 6670m is roughly 2% weaker than it, but would probably have very slightly better performance because it's a dedicated card. However here is the listing for that:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6770M.43955.0.html

Judging from that, it should be able to handle Day Z mod for Arma 2 alright (no idea on the soon-to-be-released Day Z standalone) and other games as well as long you are fine with low-to-medium settings depending on the game at that resolution.

For the record, that is a large and heavy laptop, and on top of that it has a slow hard drive in it. If you are moving it around a lot and plan to actually use it as a laptop is intended to be used, I'd probably recommend against it. If you are just looking for a computer to game on, a desktop will pretty much always win and be cheaper. Then you can get a cheaper, smaller laptop to use as an actual laptop.

Hope that helps.



Thanks, i think i'm going to purchase it, i have no intent of running high end games, just the day-z mod for arma on medium is fine, I'm also using this laptop for school and probly on vacations, the reason why i'm not buying a cheaper one is because i want to run dayZ or some kind of fps that will keep my busy when i'm bored.ATARIJAWA posted...
Even medium is pushing it. More likely it will run at 720p and low settings.


Would this one make a difference?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834314119
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