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Just Purchased Barebone Gaming Laptop for Brother,Im not a gamer,but need this thing to play Diablo III..Suggestions on Parts?

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Just purchased a Compal PBL21 Barebones System for my bro in law who is a WOW and D3 freak.

Paid $290 for this which personally i think is a steal.


it comes with a 2gb Nvidia 540m Gpu which im Praying is enough for D3 or Wow, (im not a gamer)

what it doesn't come with is the processor,ram and hdd/ssd.

Im very proficient at laptop building, but i dont know what he needs for running newer games at decent settings...


Im assuming i would have to put an I7 ,an ssd,and 8gb of ram in here to be able to play stuff decent,though it can take a i5 or i3 also. (sandy)

What is the cheapest setup i could get away with to build this so it can play on mostly higher settings? or will it even be able to play on high at all?

your help will be much appreciated guys.. there's no better group online than you guys!thumb.gif
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post #2 of 38
You won't be able to max the settings, but should do fine on medium. The i3 will complement that card and any ssd/8gigs ram will do, since budget is a factor. Good luck.
 
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post #3 of 38
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It wont max because of the card right?

is the 540m a low grade card?

even if i pair with i7 + ssd still no max settings on either of those games?
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post #4 of 38
The 540M is a middle-grade card. Graphics performance depends mostly on the GPU, the CPU/RAM/SSD don't matter as much for performance in games. An i3 or i5 processor will do fine, I think an i7 would be held back by the 540M so no reason to spend the extra money on it. SSD won't affect gaming performance at all I think, it just determines how fast data can be accessed, which primarily affects how fast the computer boots up and how fast programs will load. It does not do any processing work however. So it will let the games load very quickly, but it won't help them run at higher detail settings.
Edited by Glenwing - 10/22/12 at 11:20am
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It's not a vary impressive system but it doesn't hurt the wallet much either wink.gif It should work great for WoW and D3 because neither of them require much power.
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great guys.. i just want him to be happy is all.. he isnt too demanding of a kid, and he likes the graphics he currently gets with his phenom and his HIS Radeon HD 6570 Video card.so hoping this is relatively the same for a laptop setup



last question i have is the ram.. personally i do quite a bit of vid encoding myself, but these gaming people i hear saying they need 8gb and 16gb ram to play a game boggles me...

i assume that 4gb ram should be MORE than enuf ram for this right?
Edited by dovedescent7 - 10/22/12 at 12:14pm
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Originally Posted by dovedescent7 View Post

great guys.. i just want him to be happy is all.. he isnt too demanding of a kid, and he likes the graphics he currently gets with his phenom and his HIS Radeon HD 6570 Video card.so hoping this is relatively the same for a laptop setup
last question i have is the ram.. personally i do quite a bit of vid encoding myself, but these gaming people i hear saying they need 8gb and 16gb ram to play a game boggles me...
i assume that 4gb ram should be MORE than enuf ram for this right?

I would say 4gb would be barely enough, but 8gb is only about $20 more... In my mind, by the time you load windows 7 64, get the apps loaded in, then start gaming, 4gb isn't quite enough. Plus some games use a significant amount of memory (such as BF3) I know he doesn't play it, just using it as an example.

I would say for tor that laptop:

Get a CPU around $120-$150 on ebay 2630QM quad at 2.0ghz or a 2540m which is a 2.6 ghz dual core...
8gb of ram $30-$45 on newegg, Here is an example: 8gb Gskill for $30 after $5 promo...
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post #8 of 38
SSD really is the way to go for a system like this

The prices have dropped a ton lately, and the weight and power savings, plus the access times make them totally worth the loss of massive storage space. Ideally I'd rock a smaller SSD and a big slow storage drive if you want to get rid of a dvd drive. You can always use an external if absolutely needed.

http://www.amazon.com/JacobsParts%C2%AE-12-7mm-Universal-DVD-ROM-Optical/dp/B004XIU4T2/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pdT1_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=1UIE00ZG2LHXA&coliid=I2WRU4XHQ9AS68

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820239045&name=Internal-SSD

You already got help with the CPU side of things thumb.gif

with ram 8gb is standard now, and anything above 1600 cl9 wont be worth the price increase. Truthfully above 1333 no noticeable difference.
Edited by LuckySe7ens - 10/22/12 at 12:55pm
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post #9 of 38
It looks like you are trying to save some cash on the system so i would stay with a 7200 RPM drive. A SSD would be a nice upgrade but if he isn't very demaning/ hasn't been spoiled by one yet i'd save the coin and buy a smaller hdd.
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post #10 of 38
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Update...

Just purchased i7 2630qm off eBay for $120 plus newegg had a ram sale so I got 2x4gb Gskill 10666 ram for this.


I'm hoping that the ghz on that i7 isn't too low for d
Gaming tho. I have never oc'd a laptop and don't think I would though.
BTW my other brother gave me a 120 gb ocz vertex 3 that was broke and i factory rma for a brand new one free!


Bottom line final specs and price for bro's first gaming laptop:

290 for barebones kit
30 ram
120 for chip
$0 for ssd
=$440

Not TOO bad for
15 inch new laptop
I7-2630qm @2.0-2.7
8gb Gskill ram
OCZ Vertex 3 120gb sata III SSD
Nvidia Gt 540m


Now this thing better at least play the games for at least
the next two years lol Haha prob not tho
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