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tWiStEdArRow

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I have seriously been delaying buying a new comp for a long time (4.5 years infact) now i really need to get something nice. I waz just wondering if anyone knew a good laptop for gaming dell preferred.I know desktop is better etc etc etc but i need a laptop for other things so i am trying to get both gaming and mobile needs in one. Can you guys pleez recommend some good laptops.
Another question i got is a comparison which is better for long term?
1... 3.0-4.0 ghz intel with HT and 4 gb ram or...
2... 2.0- 2.33 ghz intel duo core processor with 2 gb ram

also if i get 4 gb ram then can i not get 512mb VGA and get 256mb VGA card?


IF u have any other system in mind thats going at a good rate pleez tell but im going for dell cuz i know someone that can get me a 30% employee discount.

Edited by tWiStEdArRow, 25 July 2006 - 01:38 PM.

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tWiStEdArRow

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what no answer ?
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Well, i refrained from answering since i personally think the cost of buying a gaming laptop is way too high. H-P seems to have the high perf laptops that are manufacturered. ow that Dell has bought Alienware you should be able to get a good gaming laptop there. Other than that i have not seen any laptops i would call Hi-Perf.

Just a thought tho is to build a desktop game computer and buy a nice regular laptop for mobile computing and the price would be very close to a full on gaming laptop.

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