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  1. Thank you for all your help! Final question just wondering: while the Dell performed better in benchmarking and cpu would the surface laptop be more beneficial because it still did well but has a better graphics card? Will that lead to the most well rounded experience for football manager and the Sims?
  2. Thanks! So are you saying by looking at specs you'd think the clock speeds would be low, but they both outperform any other laptop you've seen?! Or what are you comparing them to? If that's the case, I'll just go with the prettier one.
  3. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/surface-laptop-3/8vfggh1r94tm?activetab=techspecs Basically the highest specs for the 13.5 inch https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/dell-laptops/new-xps-13-touch-laptop/spd/xps-13-7390-laptop/xn7390dpcrh Not sure if this leads to the correct one, but i7, 16gb memory, 512 ssd https://www.apple.com/shop/buy-mac/macbook-pro/13-inch-space-gray-256gb-2.4ghz-quad-core-processor-with-turbo-boost-up-to-4.1ghz?afid=p238%7Cskx5veegd-dm_mtid_1870765e38482_pcrid_389377272417_pgrid_13945976647_&cid=aos-us-kwgo-mac--slid---product-# I can Configure the MacBook
  4. Which laptop should I buy to play FM20 with more leagues? It's about time to replace my 4 year old Dell XPS 13. It currently runs Fm19/20 on about 2 stars with 30K players loaded (typically custom database w/ national rep and all England loaded). It's playable but I'm noticing 20 is running slower (maybe because it's beta?) I've also always wanted to load a ton of leagues and do a journeyman save, or just have a ton loaded but not playable for more realism. 3 stars or better for speed would be great. :) ​ Here are the options I'm considering, Football Manager is probably the most intensive game I play on my laptop so I'm sticking with 13 inch options. (Current laptop has i7, 8 gb ram, 256 gb ssd, integrated graphics card) Surface Laptop 3: Intel Ice Lake i7, 16 GB RAM, Iris Plus Graphics, 256 GB SSD. I hear CPU is more important than graphics for Football Manager, but will this still be good? Dell XPS 13: Intel Comet Lake i7 (6 cores so apparently super fast for the size??), Iris integrated graphics (100 higher than my current XPS), 16 GB RAM, 512 SSD Macbook Pro: i7, likely 16gb RAM, Iris Plus Graphics, 256 GB SSD. I've never owned a Macbook so this one is tempting since I own the rest of the Apple products. But feels very expensive for what it is so I'd love a Macbook Pro owner to chime in on game quality and how long the Macbook lasts :)
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