You're not gonna be maxing games out on those specs, but they'll run reasonably well enough @1080p on Medium-High for the first couple years.
You really shouldn't be buying a laptop for gaming. If you need portability then build a SteamBox. --- 4670K | 2GB GTX 770 OC | 8GB 1600 9-9-9-24 | 120GB SSD | 1TB WD Blue | Win8.1 Pro http://i597.photobucket.com/albums/tt56/S26DG44B/PsythikViolet_Blooded.jpg
Laptop is the only option for me because being a university student, I need a laptop to bring to class. And I cannot afford to buy both a gaming pc for home and a laptop for school. For this I'll be paying $1200 and the screen resolution is 1366x768.
Are there any better options you can recommend for a laptop with more power if this one doesn't quite do it? Budget is 1500 but I can go a little over if necessary. I really want something powerful that will last for a few years
I'm really suprised there are laptops out there with a 765m and only 720p displays. Really surprised. --- Gamefaqs game rating system : 10 = Best Game Ever. 8-9. Crushing dissapointment. Below 8 :Total Garbage. This is getting ridiculous. people agreeing so far 112
If it were me with a $1200 budget, I'd buy a $300 craptop for school and use the remaining $900 for a decent gaming desktop. --- 4670K | 2GB GTX 770 OC | 8GB 1600 9-9-9-24 | 120GB SSD | 1TB WD Blue | Win8.1 Pro http://i597.photobucket.com/albums/tt56/S26DG44B/PsythikViolet_Blooded.jpg
Those seem like a good deal on paper but in reality are junk. A single 775m is more powerful than SLI 750m's and the heat given off by the dual cards causes them to burn out rather fast. Sli/Crossfire in laptops can be a bad idea unless you're buying super high end ones. They always have improper cooling and those laptop cooling pads don't do much. --- Gamefaqs game rating system : 10 = Best Game Ever. 8-9. Crushing dissapointment. Below 8 :Total Garbage. This is getting ridiculous. people agreeing so far 112