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    Exclamation is this laptop good enough for WoW

    Hello guys i just want to ask you one question is this laptop good enough for WoW and Skyrim maybe??

    Gateway_NV59C09u_Laptop here is link from that laptop and btw will i be able to record videos with him

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadcrusade View Post
    Hello guys i just want to ask you one question is this laptop good enough for WoW and Skyrim maybe??

    Gateway_NV59C09u_Laptop here is link from that laptop and btw will i be able to record videos with him
    Heya mate, if the laptop you are looking at is this one: http://www.laptopmag.com/review/lapt...-nv59c09u.aspx then this is a clear NO NO for WoW or Skyrim, not even speaking of recording and/or potentially editing videos.

    Way not powerful enough from CPU and Graphics.

    Save your money and try to some more funds if possible.
    As an example for a notebook which runs Skyrim and WoW extremly well look here: http://www.notebookreview.com/defaul...litebook+8740w ... I;m running it with 16GB of RAM and two drives, one SSD (256GB) and a second 500GB SATA HDD.....

    HOpe this helps

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    if 700 euro is your budget you can buy better laptops out there, but the elitebook posted above is too much imo, the 2k euros is not worth it

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    You should ask here, I don't think this is the right section for this kind of question

    http://www.mmo-champion.com/forums/290-Computer

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    Ah well... I didn't pay 2k for it... but if you are looking at a decent gaming laptop which runs WoW and Skyrim with decent features you are pretty quick in the 1000 Euro+ region.

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    no laptop is every "good enough" for high end raiding. laptops due to their compact design never have the cooling capacity to deal with hours of high processor demand game play. they invariably destroy themselves while offering crappy choppy graphics until they die.





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