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POS as in piece of s*hit.

Note that POS is also know for "POSition" and "Point of Sale"

IMO laptop aren't mean for gaming, but if you want one to play that game get a Core i7 with a GTX460M

Here's one

Hybrid HDD is a mix of mechanical drive for storage and nand flash for fast read much like a SSD.

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Thanks man,one of my friends has the same laptop that i am getting and he says that it works perfectly smooth on low setting what setting would you suggest?

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I would suggest buying a Netbook for on the go computing, and a desktop to stay at home for you to game on.

 

Laptops are crap for gaming, nuff said. (unless you spend bank on a high end "gaming" laptop, but even still that will only just compare to a mid range PC)

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Thanks man,one of my friends has the same laptop that i am getting and he says that it works perfectly smooth on low setting what setting would you suggest?

There is a link to my previous post. And laptop graphics are not the same as their desktop versions.

example:

Desktop: HD5870-1600SP/GPU:850MHz/RAM:1.2GHz/GDDR5/256bits

Mobile: HD5870-800SP/GPU:700MHz/RAM:1GHz/G/DDR3-GDDR5/128bit

GDDR3/5 are memory designed for graphics, they not recognized by JEDEC

DDR3 is the same that are used in computers and other related hardware.

 

Memory bandwidth with Mobility HD5870

DDR3 and GDDR3: 32GB/s

GDDR5: 64GB/s

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POS as in piece of s*hit.

Note that POS is also know for "POSition" and "Point of Sale"

IMO laptop aren't mean for gaming, but if you want one to play that game get a Core i7 with a GTX460M

Here's one

Hybrid HDD is a mix of mechanical drive for storage and nand flash for fast read much like a SSD.

I just got a new Alienware M17x R3 with a core i7 2.2, 8gb ram, and the gtx460m(1.5 gb) and I'm having problems. I dont think GTAIV is compatible with this card, because it wont go fullscreen, locks in at a very low resolution, and even at very low settings, warns me that the settings are maxed out for my hardware. It also says that I have 50mb available gpu memory, when I actually have 1.5 gb. I just downloaded the latest driver for the gtx460m, and it didnt help at all.

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