Cry of Fear. Impressive Hl1 horror mod. Fиck this mod, seriously. I knew how this damn sequence with the camera is going to end. It was so damn predictable. Still, I almost had a heart attack. Good earphones and dark are essential to enjoy this game. I Alt-f4'd without even saving, thats how scary this mod is.
Woot new laptop ordered! (After my last one was stolen:/ )
17.3" matte full HD led screen
Intel i7 quad core 3870 (2.7Ghz) 8mb
Nvidia Geforce GTX 675m 2gb DDR5
16gb 1600mhz DDR3 memory
Unless you have to move it around, a desktop would have saved you some cash. There is this fad these days, everyone is purchasing laptops for gaming - makes little sense.
It's more expensive, that's right - has some advantages though - it doesn't take away anywhere near the space and can be moved whenever you need to.Unless you have to move it around, a desktop would have saved you some cash. There is this fad these days, everyone is purchasing laptops for gaming - makes little sense.
With a docking station you can use a big screen at home as well.
Yes, but in the long run, getting a well put together pc leaves it open for later upgrades, also few people actually take their gaming outside of the house. All new graphics cards have a HDMI port as well - so docking it with a tv is no issue. And then there is the heat issue with almost all laptops (intensive graphics game = hotter then the sun).
I don't know man, to me the cons seem to outweigh the pros, and unless you are someone who takes their gaming outside of the house (military or a job that requires a lot of traveling or staying away from home for a longer period of time) I say its not worth it at all.
Got a gaming PC at home as well.
But I was thinking about switching to notebook only before.
After trying it out for a few weeks now I've got to say heat is no issue - I've oppened it up and took a look - it's got the necessary cooling system and performs quite well. It's quiet usually but revs up when it needs to.
You might not be able to upgrade it as well as a PC but on the other hand you get a system with matching hardware without having to spend time hunting down a good configuration. I remember sending back RAM because it didn't work with my mainboard etc. Can be a pain in the ass if you work all day and don't want to waste the little free time you get.
Just don't buy acer laptops!