Is this laptop good for gaming?

  ComputerNoob 13 Dec 11

Just bought for £800 second hand and just wondered if it was worth it its and Alienware M15x and i dont mean games like pacman, im thinking more battlefield on high settings?

Technical Specification CPU Type: Intel i7, 1.6Ghz Q720 QM Hard Drive Capacity: 320GB RAM: 4.0 GB Optical Drive: DVD+/-RW Video Type: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M Video Memory: 1.0GB LCD Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080p Full HD Screen Size: 15.6" Truelife Display Technology: HD Firewire: Yes Bluetooth: No WiFi Enabled: Yes Ports: IEEE 1394 A: one 4-pin serial connector Network adapter: one RJ45 connector 10/100/1000 Mbps USB: three 4-pin USB 2.0-compliant connectors, including one through eSATA/USB combo connector eSATA: one through eSATA/USB combo connector VGA: one 15-hole connector DisplayPort: one 20-pin connector Audio: one microphone connector, two stereo headphone/speaker connectors ExpressCard: one ExpressCard/54 connector 8-in-1 Media Card Reader: one combo connector

Thank you

  KRONOS the First 13 Dec 11

Can you provide a link to the exact laptop as there seem to be various M15X models? Is it the 9659?

  ComputerNoob 13 Dec 11

its the 9659

  KRONOS the First 13 Dec 11

I am assuming you mean Battlefield 3 and yes you should be able to play that on high settings.

  Ibanez2010 13 Dec 11

You'll be able to run it. Not very well at a resolution of 1920x1080 and especially not at high settings.


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