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Discussion in 'Windows - Software discussion' started by G101, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. G101

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    Damn, all that hardwork and in the end...lol
    ok anyways i dont get it what's all that 915/GM what does that mean arent the cards suppose to be displayed in MB like 128 MB or 256 MB
     
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    ok...this is startin to freak me out now.
    How do i know if i can play a game or not.
    like if in a game it says system requirements: min. 128 MB Graphics card.
    How can i judge if my card can support this or not?
     
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    i am not convinced but keep trying if you want but laptops are crap for power compared to a desktop lol :)
     
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    Yeah, That was i was thinking too.
    I've made a mistake by getting a laptop i shold have bought a desktop since i'm a sorta of a gamer but only thing was this laptop cost a lot of money so i thought it must have the lastest and top features.
     
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    lol you would think so but no

    Laptops are usually double the price of desktops and half the specs

    the reason for it is because the technology needs to be more advanced to fit in the laptop and run but there isn't much room for two processors lol :)
     
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    well where i live, Dell are well in demand (especailly the laptops)
    i can sell it and get a good dough (around US $600)
    that can get me a new good dell desktop
    whatdaya think?
     
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    go for it mate why not but its your decision :)
     

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