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Running BF2 on my VGN-FS28GP (Sony VAIO)

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Hello guys

Today i need to ask u guys a question.

I have been using eVGA 6800 GT 256 MB AGP 8x with Athlon 64 3000+, 1 GB ram and well.... BF2 runs great at all high setting.

Now i need a laptop and a 15" one, cuz 17" are just too huge to be called notebooks !@#! i mean its just a desktop for whats it worth. In the model i get 2.0Ghz Centrino, 1GB ram, and Go 6200 128 MB... what will be the BF2 graphics on my machine if set to medium video setting at a wide angle resolution (1200 * 675 or 1600 * 900, something something) Please help me, and write soon.

Please keep in mind that 6200 is of 6 series and it has got all the shader model ( SM 3.0 ) support, pixel shadder 2.0, directX 9.0 support, Open GL 1.5 support, in a nutshell it has got every feature of my 6800 GT except the memory, and core GPU speed.

Please advise, thank you. Your opinion will be much helpful. Have a nice day :tazz:
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its not got anything close to what your 6800GT has it is a completely different core. it will be very lucky to play on low settings. If you want a laptop to play new games then you are going to have to get a desktop replacement model with a 6800 GPU.
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your talking 2500 to 3000 for a good laptop. 6600go or ati mobile 700 or better

you might find an older laptop with an ati 9800
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