Quote from Wolley74
Would work fine,however what power supply do you have?
He's fine, that card doesn't take a separate power.
There is no gaming laptop. Though that laptop could run games at a responsible FPS
Quote from Endeavor_Craft
is this laptop good for gaming? I would use this for literally everything. Please post! www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834214490
Quote from AsianRookie
Recording videos depend on more than a graphic card, it also depends on the CPU, RAM, and Disk Drive.
The graphic card you have right there is the latest series. I have a 4850 and it records at 60 fps.
Quote from TheRacker
You don't want to max out his budget. All he wants to do is play and record minecraft. That card will easily handle it. Op, this may sound stupid, but are you on a laptop? Or is the computer you want to upgrade a desktop?
Quote from excelgunner
is a intel core i5
1tb hard drive
win 7 home premium 64-bit
Quote from ClockEFFX
So Ive pretty much finished my computer, but im upgrading my memory.
I have 4Gb, should i upgrade to 8, 12 or 16Gb?
i have a Intel i5-2500K x4 OC'ed CPU,
GTX 550 Ti,
And a HX750W PSU.
My poor wording. When I refer to gaming computer, I also intend for that computer to be computationally capable as well, as my uses of my computer have always gone outside of gaming.
I'll further explain my example. In Starcraft II, when 800 zerglings are running around the map, I still get 60 FPS on High settings, but the input is tremendously delayed. I see everything happen right away but I can't react, and in high APM games like SC2, that's critical to winning. Hope that resolves any of our confusion.
Quote from HexellHero
RAM does not affect the speed at which you can run a game (if you had a 1GHz processor with 12Gb ram it would be slow.)
OT: seems fine. I can recommend Asus and Toshiba (to some extent) to be good manufacturers of laptops.
RAM isn't used by the GPU, please realize. having more than 512MB of RAM will not affect your framerates, either, because that's not how RAM is used. Get or open up something like Starcraft II, which can have upwards of 800 little things running around each with it's own AI all at the same time and tell me how the game runs on lower clock RAM. RAM is for immediate storage and retrieval, not generating frames.
Quote from Danteland
Get another harddrive. Its dum to use sata unless your gonna install like a 100 games. Its better to just install a solid state disk harddrive. And belive me when i say you dont need 1tb if your only gonna store essential things. Better to use an external harddrive for storing.
I for example is only using 77gigabyte and i have already got everything i need installed.
fine suggestions for an i5 and cheaper motherboard, but that RAM might be a little too low. 1333MHz is okay, but for a gaming desktop it would be more relevant to use 1600MHz or 1800MHz. Higher than that and you just find cooling issues...
Hmm after I updated and reinstalled all drivers this error stopped but the STOP codes: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQAUL 0x0000000A, 0x00000124,0x00000101,SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION 0x0000003B are now happening. I have re installed the Nvidia drivers twice already.
Quote from PomPWNius
What makes the lenovo's AMD Radeon HD 6620G better?
Hmm it sets the RAM at 1376 instead of 1333, I have all RAM slots installed. Also I got this: The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000de (0x0000000000000002, 0xfffff8a010d018e0, 0xfffff8e010d018e1, 0x00000002dd0bc8c0). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 121611-20810-01. it was from a long time ago, will upload newer ones if you want. Could also post RAM and CPU timing from monitor if necessary. I have already ran Windows HDD diagnostics nothing, one stick RAM tests nothing, Memtest86 for over 11 hours nothing, and Windows Memory diagnostics.