Written by: Loyd CaseMost mainstream laptops have modest processors and feeble graphics cards. Loyd Case explains how to tune your setup for gaming performance, no matter what hardware you're running
Laptops are now more popular than desktop PCs. But laptops aren't necessarily cut out for games-an important PC pastime. Garners want to be able to play their favourites on the go, whether they're casual games such as Plants vs Zombies, strategy games such as Civilization V and Starcraft 2, or first-person shooters such as the Call of Duty franchise. The problem is that mainstream laptops simply aren't built for high-end gaming. And laptops that are built for gaming tend not to be built for entertainment on the go. They tend, in fact, to weigh 4 or 5kg and be static space-savers that are laptops in name only. For our purposes here, let's define a laptop as offering a l6in or smaller screen and weighing 3.5kg or less.
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