When I say gaming I mean stuff like, league of legends, terraria, minecraft, not graphic heavy gaming, just simple gaming. --- Gfaqs where if you don't agree with the general consensus you are a salty troll.
When I say gaming I mean stuff like, league of legends, terraria, minecraft, not graphic heavy gaming, just simple gaming.
You should've said that in the first place. Pretty much any laptop with modern integrated graphics can run those games. --- MacBook Pro with Retina Display | 15.4" 2880x1800 | Core i7-3615QM @ 2.3GHz | 8GB DDR3 1600MHz | GT 650M 1GB GDDR5 | 256GB SSD | OSX 10.9 | Windows 8.1 Pro
Looks good haha, can anyone else recommend this laptop, too? :p
The reason I ask is because I know almost literally nothing about computers. Just kinda have to believe everything I'm told. --- Gfaqs where if you don't agree with the general consensus you are a salty troll.
While the processor is an AMD, go ahead. I'd prefer an Intel, but it's not bad at all for the price.
Btw, just google the GPU/graphics card, and you will get a result on notebookcheck's website. You can see its performance there in both benchmarks in software and game frame rates. 30 and above in modern games is what I'd look for in a laptop
I've had two gaming laptops finally built my first rig this summer and holy crap it's so much better. In my experience there is no such thing as a good gaming laptop. They are too specialized and have too many driver issues. Plus they cost more and you can't upgrade them incrementally with makes keeping your hardware current cost even more. --- "Sing of Manetheren, the sword that could not be broken ...Weep for Manetheren. Weep for what is lost forever"