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Gaming on 'NON GAMING LAPTOPS'

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du15s 2040tu
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Hi I own a HP du15s 2040TU laptop. It is equipped with Intel core i5-1035G1running at 1.19GHz and turbo-boostable upto 3.6GHz , 8GB DDR4 memory and Intel UHD graphics. My question is can I play games like GTA5, Call of duty, Fortnite etc..... ? If I can play those games, do I have to run them at the lowest settings to play smoothly?

 

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Yajvin

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Hi again,

It is not really going to be playable. You can probably get the games to run at low settings and resolution. but it will have stuttering and other problems.

The problem is that the notebook does not have dedicated graphics chip which is what you need for gaming.

 

The best idea if you are into gaming is to maybe build a small cheap desktop computer. Or get an "older" used HP desktop online and add a decent graphics card to it.

 

Hope it helps,

David

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iomare
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Hi again,

It is not really going to be playable. You can probably get the games to run at low settings and resolution. but it will have stuttering and other problems.

The problem is that the notebook does not have dedicated graphics chip which is what you need for gaming.

 

The best idea if you are into gaming is to maybe build a small cheap desktop computer. Or get an "older" used HP desktop online and add a decent graphics card to it.

 

Hope it helps,

David

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