|"Above 30fps, high settings? I don't believe that. Hd 5670 is a good gaming but it's not capable to run crysis @ high settings smooth."|
I think you maybe forgetting that these high settings are displayed on a resolution size format of 1366 by 768, which would be very capable of running Crysis on high settings at 30fps for a card like that to do along with a cpu like the Core i7 that is capable of handling that workload.
"The system Cobra_R mention is a good system but u don't need core i7 to play recent games, all u need is decent cpu eg.c2d etc. and good gaming card."
Sure you don't need to get a Core i7 mobile notebook to play recent games, but if you can get a Core i7 mobile cpu notebook which cost around the same price as many high performance Core 2 Duo mobile cpu notebooks on the market right now then why would you want to go with a slower performing, less core, less power efficient, older gen mobile cpu for around the same price that you can get a Core i7 mobile cpu notebook for? Not to mention If you are looking at the longevity of the notebook for gaming Quad Core capable cpu's are the way to go, because more and more games are becoming Quad Core capable. The Core i7 mobile is not only Quad Core, but is better then any Core 2 Duo mobile on the market in performance. Even when you are playing games that aren't Quad Core capable, the Core i7's have a Turbo Boost feature that will automaticly shut down the cores not being needed and overclock a core that is being used which comes extremely handy for single threaded games. The Core I7 720QM for example will go from 1.6ghz to 2.8ghz in Turbo Mode.
Not to mention with the ASUS N61JQ-X1 you are getting a lot of new technolgies like DDR3, DX11 support and USB 3.0 support for 1,000 dollars. Where has many Core 2 Duo Mobile platforms you are still getting old technologies that come with DDR2, DX10 and USB 2.0 support for around the same price as the ASUS N61JQ-X1. I mean, if you are going to spend money on a gaming machine then you miles get one with the lastest technology standards and spend a grand or more on one, or else like I said you will be setting yourself up for a big dissapointment in the near future.
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