When the Xbox One X was unveiled back in 2017 during the E3, the catchphrase was 4K. Eight generation of gaming consoles, and finally we had hardware powerful enough to render games at 4K on high FPS. Ray tracing was economically delivered first in 2018.
ShadowPanda lurks in the shadows, eats atop the trees. Well, not really. Shadow is a cat-lover with 12 cute little kitties currently. He likes to spend his time by either drawing concept art of imaginary characters, debating in Reddit threads regarding the practicality of indoor golf, or fry some brains in the best landscapes the entire hack and slash genre has to offer. He likes quantity above quality when it comes to games and hey, we don’t judge!
On a budget? Love gaming? Thinking of buying a gaming laptop? Great. You’re at the right place. Choosing the GPU, processor, storage, display resolution, screen size, etc. carefully can help you save a great deal of money while still getting decent gaming performance out of the hardware.
Can I change the laptop GPU? Upgrade it? Remove it? Laptop gamers usually have very concentrated GPU-related queries. In this guide, which shall henceforth be dubbed the “ARUC” (Adding, Removing, Upgrading, and Changing) guide, I’ll explain everything related to GPUs within a gaming laptop.
Graphics cards come in two variations – desktop and mobile. Mobile variations of graphics cards are used in laptops. High-end GPUs such as the Nvidia 3060 are included in powerful gaming laptops. In fact, the GPU is the most important factor to consider when going for a gaming laptop. In this piece, we’re going to look at how to make the right choice that will fit the bill.
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What gaming laptop should you buy?
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