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September 21, 2019, 04:54:28 PM
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ROG gadgets are the safest choice if you'd ask me
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September 21, 2019, 05:02:02 PM
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Those valve games use the exact same engine. To play those, just about anything you could buy today will do in order of speed: Nvidia, AMD, or Intel graphics.

If you focus in getting a computer with something nvidia onboard, you are probably fine for those games. For more advanced games, you'd have to focus more on which specific gpu is embedded onboard, and check at website benchmarks. And of course, the higher the resolution, the worse it is for framerate, so you have to have that in consideration before looking for a 5k display...

Just make sure it has plenty of ram (16g+?), and optionally an ssd which is not strictly needed to play good, just to wait less for the game to load (once loaded its about the same anyway).

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September 21, 2019, 09:11:57 PM
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For someone who has the budget to buy high-end gaming laptops, check these:

--> https://www.t3.com/features/best-gaming-laptop

I would really focus on the RAM and GPU, of course, the CPU shouldn't bottleneck with those. I think the number one is a good buy and you can also do streaming while playing on that specs. Honestly, I'm an alienware fan but the specs speaks for itself.

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September 21, 2019, 11:27:04 PM
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Any suggestion whats the best laptop for gaming purposes like dota 2/Cs go
lol it is more efficient and advisable to use Personal Computer (PC) if you want to have a great game experience,because PC can last longer plying while lappy is shortly heating so you need to rest it first,the what if you’re in total enjoyment and don’t wanna stop playing?your lappy might but out lol

But if you really want to use lappy then Apple is the best for you

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September 21, 2019, 11:59:16 PM
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lol it is more efficient and advisable to use Personal Computer (PC) if you want to have a great game experience,because PC can last longer plying while lappy is shortly heating so you need to rest it first,the what if you’re in total enjoyment and don’t wanna stop playing?your lappy might but out lol

But if you really want to use lappy then Apple is the best for you
Right, desktops' lifespan is longer than laptops. But there's this reason why some gamers want it handy.

Because it can be carried everywhere, when you travel and you want to take time to play, you just have to pull it out of your backpack and you are good. That's the ease with laptops, you can play, edit, work, surf and etc. wherever you are.

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November 08, 2019, 04:07:34 PM
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November 09, 2019, 03:55:27 PM
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Hey buddy,

Predator laptop is best on game purpose  Roll Eyes

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November 12, 2019, 09:54:13 AM
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Well, now the games are quite demanding, very few laptops are able to produce the desired result in games.
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November 12, 2019, 11:18:51 PM
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Well, now the games are quite demanding, very few laptops are able to produce the desired result in games.

Not if you balance. Rather than going the highest of everything, think of power use. Do you really need an I9 i7 when most games work the same with the i3? Guess which takes less power. Less power = less heat.

Screen resolution. More pixels, need more powerful 3d gpus. So "Less (pixels) is more (fps)".

A rotating hard drive gives you plenty of space, but it also consumes more energy to keep the discs spinning (which is very bad if a sudden vibration comes, it might make the delicate needle scratch the thing).

For the gpu i would careful pick the model known to be the most power efficient given an adequate range (in balance with the chosen screen resolution, no need to go with the highest end gpu with a 1366x768 screen or so...

Apple is overpriced garbage, plagued with design issues and whatnot. Its os is not even relevant to gamers.

As alternative, you could go for a very small "desktop", ie. a mini-itx case. But you would still need to carry your own keyboard mouse and monitor, unless you expect those at destination. And of course no batteries.

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November 13, 2019, 01:25:58 AM
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I think the current popular gaming laptop is from asus brand asus ROG,
its specially qualified to play the game,
many of the gamers wear asus ROG at this time....
Have you tried playing asus ROG, or are you just a fan of asus?
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