And I've been told by a non-computer expert that you can't put a graphics card in without voiding the warranty because it would require taking soldering something or something like that. He said if I tried to put call of duty on the computer, it wouldn't work because there's no graphics card in the computer. I've played an older version of Call of Duty on my piece of shit Dell Inspiron with 512 Ram and Pentium 4 Processor. While it wasn't great, it worked. I also play the hell out of some crossfire on this same laptop, so I wonder why he says I can't play Call of Duty on that machine? Is he accurate? It seems like a pretty good machine for the money, way better than what I currently have. I understand desktops would be better for gaming, but I can't afford both, and I need a laptop and can deal with lower gaming performance, since it's not the primary use of the computer. Anyways, any info/insight/experience on this would help. Sorry this was so long, but I figured if it's long, only people who really understand will take the time to read all this. Thanks!
I'm not a computer nig.ger, but I don't think so with laptops. I know desktops would be better for games, but I only have money for 1 computer right now and need the laptop more than a desktop. I do have priorities. While I want to be able to sit down and play a game every now and then, I don't expect to be the fastest player in the game.
You can write, but can't read. Go figure. Said I need a fucking laptop. Right now it's what I need, not what I want. In a few years, yeah, i'm buying a macbook pro and a desktop. But right now, laptop only. In a few years, I'm getting a helluva good gaming system. But not right now. So STFU about desktops.