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guys its a laptop, a 2350 is a mobile processor

http://ark.intel.com/products/53438/Intel-Core-i3-2350M-Processor-(3M-Cache-2_30-GHz)
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Eesh. It actually might. Is it one of those small computers? About the size of a 360? That can complicate things a lot.

the only 65 watt power supply that i can think of are those external ones that laptop uses
http://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-65W-Global-AC-Adapter/dp/B000BTH36E
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the only 65 watt power supply that i can think of are those external ones that laptop uses
http://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-65W-Global-AC-Adapter/dp/B000BTH36E
exactly. that's what a lot of the SFF, nettop style computers use
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Well, it's a $300 laptop. It won't offer much gaming capabilities. If you want a gaming PC, you should return the laptop and get some extra cash to build a gaming desktop. If you have a desktop already, you could give it a few upgrades.
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After reading all this. My one question is... is this a Laptop that you bought or desktop. If its a laptop you aren't going to be able to upgrade your GPU. If its a desktop its probably only 250-400w power supply max. I'm guess that this is a laptop since your saying it has a 65w power supply.
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After reading all this. My one question is... is this a Laptop that you bought or desktop. If its a laptop you aren't going to be able to upgrade your GPU. If its a desktop its probably only 250-400w power supply max. I'm guess that this is a laptop since your saying it has a 65w power supply.

Regardless OP return this rig, and if you must buy premade find something with a llano A6 or better, A10 (trinity) would be a big improvement.
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post #27 of 231
A laptop with Intel hd3000. Oh man that's about as far as you can get from a good gaming machine. Sure it will run games. So does my ION powered laptop netbook. If you want to get into PC gaming that's not the way to do it. You will not get the true PC gaming experience (though it might still be better then console rolleyes.gif ) . If you are serous about staring to game on PC then return that laptop and then we can help you get the best out of your budget. $300 is pretty low so you be wise to go second hand.
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It's a laptop. So does this mean I can't play Crysis? How are these guys on these youtube videos playing Crysis? Or are those videos fake?
post #29 of 231
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After reading all this. My one question is... is this a Laptop that you bought or desktop. If its a laptop you aren't going to be able to upgrade your GPU. If its a desktop its probably only 250-400w power supply max. I'm guess that this is a laptop since your saying it has a 65w power supply.

2350 is a mobile processor, its a laptop, plus the 65 watt psu he says he has is a laptop one as posted by ghostrider85
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post #30 of 231
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exactly. that's what a lot of the SFF, nettop style computers use

well, i doubt that he can game properly with those, and forget about adding a graphics card.
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