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What to Upgrade?

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#1 Balemore


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Posted 16 July 2013 - 09:21 PM

Hey there forum goers,



I've got a question for those of you more hardware savvy than I am, and it might be more like a search for opinions than an actual question, but here's my deal:


I want to be able to run the newest games on medium-high settings (classic story). Games like Metro: Last Light, ACIII and upcoming titles like Dark Souls 2, etc. What I'm wondering is if replacing my video card will be enough, or do I need to upgrade my processor as well?









**Also, would the basic resource monitor for CPU usage also include the usage of the video card?**



Thanks a bunch!


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#2 thebirdman


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Posted 26 July 2013 - 07:49 AM

Looks pretty solid all really... 

i suggest getting a new laptop though, rather than replacing anything

but i dont really see the point as your hardware looks fine to me

i you really want to though there is a samsung model (forgot the name but my brother has it xD ) which is amazing, its really thin and comes with the newest hardware

give it a google, besides you will also want to have a SSD, this increases your pcs speed immensly


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