It's technically faster, but it won't play the latest games at 1080p in 6 years from now, like the consoles will. --- i5 2500 | 8Gb DDR3 | GTX 670 FTW | Asus P8 P67 | Intel 330 SSD | XFX 650W | Dell U2711
#3Daz_man123Posted 8/28/2013 9:23:56 AM
Won't matter.... lol
Oh and the PS4 is faster
#4triple sPosted 8/28/2013 9:46:11 AM
It's technically faster, but it won't play the latest games at 1080p in 6 years from now, like the consoles will.
Once consoles try to start pushing higher tech graphics, I doubt they'll be playing games in full 1080p either. --- GT:Triple S 06 Steam ID:triples22
#5greatone101Posted 8/28/2013 9:58:46 AM
Does it even matter? Consoles take full advantage of the specs inside the box where as for a PC its completely different.
You can have the same specs for a PC and a console and games will be better for that console.
#6JonWood007Posted 8/28/2013 10:01:58 AM
Yeah, yeah, we know the consoles will run games decently for longer, and that a equal PC will not run games as well as a console in 5 years. However, I really think people overestimate the consoles' ability to optimized. I mean, they'll get double performance, that's about it. By then, equivalent PCs should be multiple times faster. It'll be fine for now, and the near future. --- Desktop: Phenom II X4 965 | 8 GB DDR3 | GTX 580 | 1 TB HDD | W7 | 650W Antec | 1600x900 Laptop: A6 3400m | 4 GB DDR3 | HD 6520g | 500 GB HDD | W7 | 1366x768
#7Voelger(Topic Creator)Posted 8/28/2013 10:03:13 AM
Ok you guys are completely wrong! I looked into it and this laptop is light years faster than the new consoles. It's not even close.
Though I will give you guys credit that games will be optimized for the consoles so in a few years it might grow closer- but this laptop will be able to play any next gen game at higher or at least the same specs throughout the length of this consoles life span --- Mythlogic-Pollux 1612, Clevo P150em, i7-3720QM, 2GB GTX 680m, 16g DDR3, 128 MSata drive, 750 7200rpm HDD PowerFAQs 1.10