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Buying a laptop - Gaming capabilities?

by m1ke111 / November 5, 2012 4:52 AM PST

Hello there , just a quick question on the laptop i'm considering buying , i've done lots of research and i believe this laptop is capable for what i want but i just wanted to make sure:

HP Pavilion G6-1311
(AMD Dual-Core A4-3305M 1.9 GHZ Processor, \
AMD Radeon HD 6480G Discrete-Class Graphics, Integrated

I would like to be able to just play a few games that arn't really too recent ,perhaps the highest graphic game i'm thinking would be medieval 2 total war?.Would the above laptop do the job?

what do you guys think?

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Should play games.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 5, 2012 5:06 AM PST

But as gamers go, they never like laptops from what I see as the speeds are not close to desktops and then we have the reduced life span issue. If you are OK with 2 years then repairs then gaming on a laptop is fine for you.

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absolutely qualified
by GhostQ / November 15, 2012 4:58 PM PST

HP Pavilion G6-1311 is absolutely qualified for your games
here are some comparison

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HP has issues.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 6, 2012 12:16 PM PST
In reply to: absolutely qualified

You can read my story about their lack of repairs at times. They didn't fix my laptop and they had 6 months to work on it.

Not a good name until they get that taken care of.

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Go with more Reliable ones
by aahnagupta85 / December 5, 2012 5:55 PM PST

configuration is good but what about the stability.As i will suggest you go with dedicated Nvidia Graphics card with 2-4 gb ram(Nvidia graphics card never heated or no shutdown problems during gameplay) and In processor go with intel processor as they are more reliable if you compare them.

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