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So after realizing that my graphics was a bit weak I found this, http://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=6183

Could this be an option? 200 for a new motherboard with better integrated graphics? Would it be worth the upgrade?
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post #32 of 38
Intel's HD3000 is more powerful than a 4330, let alone the more powerful HD4000 (Or the Intel Iris if you've got $1000 to blow on a laptop). Unless you just want to upgrade it for the experience, which is a totally acceptable reason, it would be much more cost efficient to buy a new laptop.
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For reference, a laptop that cost $350 at the time of purchase 2 years ago (Acer Aspire in sig), gets the following scores for WEI:

Processor: 6.5
Memory (RAM): 7.5
Graphics: 5.5
Gaming Graphics: 6.2
Primary Hard Disk: 5.9

Keeping in mind the WEI is iffy, but it's okay for ballparking (even though the scale seems far from linear). You don't need to spend a fortune to see a huge improvement from your current laptop. $400 will do it, but for $600-700, you could get a very capable laptop which would blow it out of the water.
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post #34 of 38
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Keeping in mind the WEI is iffy, but it's okay for ballparking (even though the scale seems far from linear). You don't need to spend a fortune to see a huge improvement from your current laptop. $400 will do it, but for $600-700, you could get a very capable laptop which would blow it out of the water.

In that case, what do you think of wevsspot's suggestion? That would be my next choice.
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Consider this option @ $439.00

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834231198

Spend another $180 or so on a 256Gb SSD to install, clone your existing drive onto the SSD and you've put together one heck of laptop for about $619 bucks or so.
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In that case, what do you think of wevsspot's suggestion? That would be my next choice.

Seems like a pretty decent machine for the price. smile.gif

Edit: Only reason why I wouldn't recommend that machine is because it more than likely has a crappy 720p screen, but I doubt you will find much better panels at that price point. Like I said before, If you don't mind the resolution it should be a solid machine for web browsing and such. smile.gif
Edited by bigtonyman1138 - 9/25/13 at 6:36pm
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post #36 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by bigtonyman1138 View Post

Seems like a pretty decent machine for the price. smile.gif

Edit: Only reason why I wouldn't recommend that machine is because it more than likely has a crappy 720p screen, but I doubt you will find much better panels at that price point. Like I said before, If you don't mind the resolution it should be a solid machine for web browsing and such. smile.gif

720p screens are unfortunately unavoidable. Even at higher price point,occasionally 1080p is a premium option. However at 15.6", 720p isn't really a dealbreaker.
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post #37 of 38
IMHO 720p screen is just fine for a 15.6" display.
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I bought my wife a refurbished Asus laptop for Christmas and it was like new. I pulled Windows 8 off it and replaced with an extra copy Windows 7 Pro and she hasn't uttered a single complaint. And if you knew my wife you would understand what a statement I'm making there.

I really don't think you'll be disappointed.

You've got 30 days to return for replacement, and in the event no exact replacement is available they will attempt to offer you a better unit or refund your purchase price out right. Spend the little extra dough to get the extended warranty and you really don't have anything to worry about.

I didn't even opt for the extended warranty coverage and I'm still 100% satisfied with the purchase. Heck, its really one of those things where if you buy it and everything works at first boot then you can pretty much count on it working until you're ready to get something else.
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