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looking at a new laptop with Intel my510 processor, 8 gig ram and Intel hd 5300 graphics, you guys think this will run the game at an acceptable level for a casual player? Know like Jack about computers myself :/

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No. The graphics card is way too weak for anything but minimum settings.

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IF the game starts up and runs, I'd say about 15-25 fps. 30 if your lucky. All settings to lowest.

 

You won't be having a happy time.

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looking at a new laptop with Intel my510 processor, 8 gig ram and Intel hd 5300 graphics, you guys think this will run the game at an acceptable level for a casual player? Know like Jack about computers myself :/

 

No. The graphics card is way too weak for anything but minimum settings.

:great: Might be acceptable for 1980s Mario 

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What about Intel i5 processor, but only 6 gigs of RAM? I know that I can play at mid settings on War Thunder, so I'm pretty scared about this XD


 

 

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GRAPHICS CARD. Not CPU.

 

You need better GRAPHICS CARD.

 

Intel HD integrated graphics is not going to cut it.

 

Laptops are inherently bad for gaming to begin with. Gaming costs a lot of processing power of both the CPU and the graphics subsystem. That creates a lot of heat. That requires significant cooling. Good cooling in a small package is incredibly expensive. So there is no such thing as an 'affordable gaming laptop'.

 

So here's the choice you need to make based on what matters most to you: Is portability important enough for you to give up either performance or affordability?

 

In other words:

 

Portability, performance, affordability. Pick two.

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Coming from someone who works in hardware with a degree, no one should be playing games on a laptop.  But that is just my opinion from a hardware longterm stand point.  

 

Here are the minimum requirements to be able to play the game:

Windows XP, Vista, 7

DirectX 9.0c or higher
CPU: 2.2 GHz or higher
RAM: from 2 GB
GeForce 8600GT or ATI HD 2600 (shaders 3.0, 512Mb memory)
Internet from 128 kb/s

 

If you are still unsure, you can go here: http://www.game-debate.com/games/index.php?g_id=7995&game=World%20of%20Warships

 

Simply put what information you know about the laptop into the 'Can I Run It' section.  

 

I hope this helps ;)

 

 

 

 

 

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@OP: If you're uncertain about what graphics card would run it well and what wouldn't, just google for reviews. Especially ones that have comparisons with large lists of others.

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I can run wot on my laptop. It is a dell e6410 intel graphics.  But it gets only 20 to 25 fps. I have not tried wows yet

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I can run wot on my laptop. It is a dell e6410 intel graphics.  But it gets only 20 to 25 fps. I have not tried wows yet

 

try it and report your findings

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looking at a new laptop with Intel my510 processor, 8 gig ram and Intel hd 5300 graphics, you guys think this will run the game at an acceptable level for a casual player? Know like Jack about computers myself :/

 

You want to avoid systems that come with a integrated graphics card. Hybird systems that have a toggle from integrated to dedicated video cards is a must. Though if you can afford the bang for the buck a system with a full blown dedicated video card is ideal for gaming. Though it's a laptop the price vs a desktop is usually 2:1/4:1 in price for parts/system. 

A beefy 2-3K laptop could net you a monster desktop with all the bells and whistles.

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So... I think I just heard my hp Pavilion won't work, am I right?

 

we'll never know - you didn't post either your specs or your model number

 

so . . . what video card do you have -- what CPU do you have - hint this game actually uses multi-cores

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