Gaming laptops are constantly improving and becoming more powerful with each new innovation. Recently, there have been several new technological advancements or improvements, which may increase your gaming enjoyment. Some of these new features may come with a price tag, but they should be at least considered, if you want the ultimate gaming experience.
While reading this, keep in mind, many gamers still object to using a laptop for gaming and prefer going with a desktop PC which is cheaper, somewhat more powerful and can be more easily upgraded than a laptop. However, despite these issues and poor battery life, gaming notebooks are winning over more and more buyers, who want a “relatively” portable machine which can be picked up and carried from one place to another.
So here are several new developments which may win over a few แทงบอลออนไลน์ more converts:
1. Sandy Bridge Processors – These are the second generation of Intel’s i3, i5 and i7 processors which offer much faster performance than their earlier predecessors. This greater performance is achieved with multi cores, hyper threading, overclocking and much more robust integrated graphics. Most high-end gaming laptops will now come with these new chipsets – some popular ones being the i7-740QM, i7 2820qm and i7 2920XM.
Besides the factory overclocking, these are the first Intel chipsets to really integrate graphics silicon directly in or onto the processor. Plus, this is the first chip to be based fully on Intel’s cutting-edge 32-nanometer manufacturing process. All this will allow for very power-efficient processors which have much improved multimedia and gaming capabilities.
Why are Sandy Bridge processors such a big deal? Well, according to Anand Shimpi of Anandtech.com:
“For the same money as you would’ve spent last year, you can expect anywhere from 10-50% more performance in existing applications and games from Sandy Bridge.”