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Post by Rendered-spectre on Tue Aug 20, 2013 4:26 am

Fulcrum wrote:I'm threadjack this shit.

I wanna buy a new pc. Any suggestions?

Needs to run mudbox/other hi poly sculpt and render stuff along with compiling maps and code.
Want a new PC? Talk to Cypher. Helped me out with the specs for my current build, £875, runs Crysis 3 Singleplayer at 35-60 fps constant.

10/10 would consult again.
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Re: New laptop!

Post by Teletric on Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:06 pm

I actually saw some reviews and it says my Laptop can run almost every new game on a maximum of high settings. Saw some videos of Battlefield 3 on GeForce 730 and it ran pretty fast on high. But the laptop I got is sort of a consumer laptop and a gaming laptop thrown in a blender, so I guess I better get ready for mass bloatware.
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Re: New laptop!

Post by Cypher on Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:57 pm

Teletric wrote:I actually saw some reviews and it says my Laptop can run almost every new game on a maximum of high settings. Saw some videos of Battlefield 3 on GeForce 730 and it ran pretty fast on high. But the laptop I got is sort of a consumer laptop and a gaming laptop thrown in a blender, so I guess I better get ready for mass bloatware.
Right. Doesn't matter how high the settings are, Resolution's the killer in most games.

Most laptops are cranked down to something like 1366 x 768 if I recall correctly.

Hook up an external monitor and brag about Max settings on 1080P.
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Re: New laptop!

Post by Teletric on Tue Aug 20, 2013 3:02 pm

Cypher wrote:
Teletric wrote:I actually saw some reviews and it says my Laptop can run almost every new game on a maximum of high settings. Saw some videos of Battlefield 3 on GeForce 730 and it ran pretty fast on high. But the laptop I got is sort of a consumer laptop and a gaming laptop thrown in a blender, so I guess I better get ready for mass bloatware.
Right. Doesn't matter how high the settings are, Resolution's the killer in most games.

Most laptops are cranked down to something like 1366 x 768 if I recall correctly.

Hook up an external monitor and brag about Max settings on 1080P.
Eh, I guess I could do that when I'm at home.
Thanks for the advice, bruh. I really appreciate it.
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Re: New laptop!

Post by Igor The Sloth on Tue Aug 20, 2013 7:02 pm

Cypher wrote:
Teletric wrote:I actually saw some reviews and it says my Laptop can run almost every new game on a maximum of high settings. Saw some videos of Battlefield 3 on GeForce 730 and it ran pretty fast on high. But the laptop I got is sort of a consumer laptop and a gaming laptop thrown in a blender, so I guess I better get ready for mass bloatware.
Right. Doesn't matter how high the settings are, Resolution's the killer in most games.

Most laptops are cranked down to something like 1366 x 768 if I recall correctly.

Hook up an external monitor and brag about Max settings on 1080P.
While you are 100% right with the resolution, it often varies between the hardware. For example my 7970s give me almost no performance differences between something like the 1366x768 res or 1080p.

For some people changing the resolution might be a big deal, while for others its pointless.
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Re: New laptop!

Post by Cypher on Wed Aug 21, 2013 3:17 am

Igor The Sloth wrote:
Cypher wrote:
Teletric wrote:I actually saw some reviews and it says my Laptop can run almost every new game on a maximum of high settings. Saw some videos of Battlefield 3 on GeForce 730 and it ran pretty fast on high. But the laptop I got is sort of a consumer laptop and a gaming laptop thrown in a blender, so I guess I better get ready for mass bloatware.
Right. Doesn't matter how high the settings are, Resolution's the killer in most games.

Most laptops are cranked down to something like 1366 x 768 if I recall correctly.

Hook up an external monitor and brag about Max settings on 1080P.
While you are 100% right with the resolution, it often varies between the hardware. For example my 7970s give me almost no performance differences between something like the 1366x768 res or 1080p.

For some people changing the resolution might be a big deal, while for others its pointless.
Then again you have TWO 7970's...
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Re: New laptop!

Post by Teletric on Wed Aug 21, 2013 5:01 am

Can I use MSi Afterburner on my laptop?
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Re: New laptop!

Post by Igor The Sloth on Wed Aug 21, 2013 6:07 am

Cypher wrote:
Igor The Sloth wrote:
Cypher wrote:
Teletric wrote:I actually saw some reviews and it says my Laptop can run almost every new game on a maximum of high settings. Saw some videos of Battlefield 3 on GeForce 730 and it ran pretty fast on high. But the laptop I got is sort of a consumer laptop and a gaming laptop thrown in a blender, so I guess I better get ready for mass bloatware.
Right. Doesn't matter how high the settings are, Resolution's the killer in most games.

Most laptops are cranked down to something like 1366 x 768 if I recall correctly.

Hook up an external monitor and brag about Max settings on 1080P.
While you are 100% right with the resolution, it often varies between the hardware. For example my 7970s give me almost no performance differences between something like the 1366x768 res or 1080p.

For some people changing the resolution might be a big deal, while for others its pointless.
Then again you have TWO 7970's...
Yea but cutting the resolution by that much should really take off a big load off the cards, but in my case it doesnt Sad
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