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  1. first time i have had to do this as only game i play is FM, woudl they charge me for that id assume and if so do you know roughly how much ? from the specs i gave you too, do you think they should have been good enough graphics wise for this fm ? thanks
  2. i haven't yet mate no, does it make a difference if i do it through the asus site or this one ? https://www.geforce.co.uk/drivers
  3. Hi Mate, can you advise, the game runs smooth on this laptop but the graphics are extremely blurry at the start menu , and with 2d and 3d match. is there anything i should be doing different ? thanks
  4. Asus VivoBook Pro 15 N580GD-DM230T, Intel Core i7-8750H Hexa-Core Processor, 15.6" Full HD Screen, Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1000GB HDD, Dedicated GeForce GTX 1050 4GB Graphics, USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth, N580GD-DM230T that help mate ?
  5. Hi all, Not tech savvy at all, can the graphics card on a laptop be upgraded or changed ? I bought a new laptop for FM19, it was an Asus and was a recommendation from the forum here. It ran FM19 perfectly. Have downloaded FM20, runs very fast however when it comes to the avatars, match day ( I.e the pitch on 2d and 3d it’s very blurry and I’m assuming down to the graphics card) just thought I would have gotten more out of the laptop than one FM thanks in advance
  6. You might not know the answer to this question but i shall ask it anyway, with the specs on that laptop do you see that being able to process FM with no issues for at least the new few years ? Hopefully ?
  7. Thanks for that mate, So the one you recommended for me : Intel Core i7-8750H Hexa-Core (2.2GHz, 9MB Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Up To 4.1GHz) that;s a strong processor then for FM yea ?
  8. Ok thanks for that mate, can i ask, when a processor says 2.2ghz/4.0 ghz what does that mean ?
  9. Just out of curiosity, this is my old laptops specs, : Intel(R) Core (TM) i7 -5500U CPU @ 2.4GHZ Memory - 16GB It's a Lenovo laptop, i'm sure the last time i played FM on this the game was pretty slow but the specs look ok , what am i missing ?
  10. For people like me who do not have a clue then yes it helps massively. I just don't want to spend x amount on a laptop for it to be no good for FM in a years time or 2 editions time ! but what you have said all makes total sense and i will go with your recommendation
  11. Ok mate no probs thanks very much ! So with the specs on the asus one you recommended this will run FM with no issues then do you think ?
  12. If i was to increase my budget to say £850, what do you think i could get that was again better than you recommended ? I want something that is most definitely going to last me for a good number of years to play FM with. Thanks
  13. Hi Mate, Ok last questions. The Asus one you recommended, it's processor says 2.2GHZ with boost to 4.1Ghz and the processor is an i7, however i had been looking at this one also and the processor seems to be just slightly higher but with an i5 processor, would that one be ok too do you think or would it not be as good as the i7 ? ? https://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/hp-omen-15-6-intel-core-i5-gtx-1050-gaming-laptop-1-tb-hdd-128-gb-ssd-10182218-pdt.html Thanks
  14. Thanks so much for the reply mate ! really clueless about these sort of things ! Is Asus a good make to go for then? would the processor be ok too ? I'm sure I saw FM specs said processor to be 2.2Ghz and this one is 2.2Ghz too, would that make it a bit slow as it's just on the bare minimum ? Would they be better than the 3 from PC world that I had put on my post earlier, just asking as it said they were 'gaming' laptops. cheers
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