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SWTOR & Brazos (AMD E-350)

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I'm looking at getting my girlfriend a Lenovo IdeaPad S205 for xmas, and I've been thinking of getting one for myself too, as I'll be going away for the holidays, and with SWTOR coming out just before, it'd be nice to be able to take it with me.

It's pretty much the cheapest laptop on the market right now, that isn't 10.1" or Atom, and so has decent performance for it's price, but I'm not sure how it'll handle SWTOR.

I know I'll probably have to turn the settings all the way down, but I don't mind that, I just want semi-playable frame rates, just for questing etc.

What do you guys think?
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Being an MMO, SWTOR should pretty light on resources by modern standards. The E-350 should be enough for this game, maybe even with some details as the resolution isn't very high.
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The game should run fine on low to medium settings with a lower resolution, like 1280x720.
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I have an x120e with the E-350. should handle it at low settings but will get hot and noisy (fan).
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