I'm planning on getting this "sleekbook" and though it's mainly going to be a media-consumption device, I plan to also use for some light weight gaming such as Left 4 Dead 2, DoTA 2, etc.
Do note, I'm not looking to play these games at high settings - though of course the ability to play at higher settings would be nicer.
How do you think it would fare, especially as compared to Ivy Bridge? Because I know the games I play are playable using I've Bridge.
it has an amd turion x2 processor and 3 gig of ram but shows only 2.75 is useable.
My full Pc specs: 4GB RAM DDR3 Intel Core i5 and curretn GPU: Nvidia 9500 GT The problem with this GPU is that it fails whe playing few selected games like Assassins Creed Series and others.. Please suggest me a overall good graphic card for my PC as im confused to buy.. Nvidia is recommended and price also matters.... )
Alright, for those who've built a computer -- which processor did you go with? The Intel Core i5 / i7 Sandy Bridge variants are super slick. But they also cost a pretty penny over the AMD equivalents. It looks like one can get an AMD Phenom II X4 975 Black Edition Quad-Core CPU for pretty cheap. If you pair it with a decent graphics cards, are you going to be taking a huge performance hit compared to a Core i5? Is it a worthwhile investment to go the AMD route, or would you just go all in with a...
I've tried badaboom but cannot batch process. DVDFab works but is still buggy and doesn't work with m4v.
ok, i'm adding all my gadgets to my list, but i have a problem: my desktop pc isn't a official pc, i've built it... so, how do i do to add it to my list? i add all the pieces separately?
If I want to buy a gaming laptop, can anybody tell me what kind of GPU should I be looking for for a decent performance? Thing is, GPU is progressing very rapidly, yet many are still selling laptops with older gens of the chips. Any insight is appreciated.