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  1. If you read the opening post you will see it can't be determined. In my opinion, all computers can run all leagues with ease. Just depends on how you view ease. 20 minutes per day might be fine for me, but slow for you. It's all relative. That being said - it's an excellent computer, so you could probably run all the leagues. There are other factors - how many seasons do you usually play? I play 100 seasons and start over. So loading all leagues and storing all data for 100 seasons with all leagues would not work. But if you only play for 10 seaons, you could reasonably load all the leagues. Or 5 seasons. It's all relative though, what are you happy with in terms of performance.
  2. I don't know what you mean. The game just keeps going.
  3. I got to be 100 years old. All the screenshots are gone now. But the thread is there.
  4. Oooops I googled 3700u vs 11657G And I clicked on a link that looked like it But it was 3700u vs 10657G Can't believe I missed that. Even with the right one now compared - the difference is very little. The 11657G is better, slightly. Is it worth the extra money - probably not.
  5. As I said, the i7 does not meet minimum requirements. I7 is the processor. The main component required for fm.
  6. It's a good computer. As per the opening post - we cannot advise on how many leagues etc. it can run. It's up to you what you're happy with in terms of speed. It's a good computer. As per the opening post - we cannot advise on how many leagues etc. it can run. It's up to you what you're happy with in terms of speed.
  7. I suggest you go to the support forum. https://community.sigames.com/support-games/
  8. Well it's 17 inches. Might be losing a bit on portability. But look good That's designed more towards portability. Nothing wrong for what you described. But if you don't mind sacrifice of processing power. What's the budget and what do you plan on doing with the laptop in general?
  9. Looks good - 8gb RAM though - which is more than enough. But I am on the verge of personally recommending 16gb RAM as standard.
  10. I think you save about £500 going for Windows option. Two have very good graphics cards - and expandable RAM (16 already). Longevity shouldn't be an issue. M1 chip is an option if you prefer 13 inch screen.
  11. It's close between all 3 The 5600h is the fastest base speed and good turbo speed. All 3 are excellent. Just depends if you want. The 5600H and possibly the 11800h are not 'as portable' And not forgetting the M1 Mac - should you prefer a 13 inch There isn't much in it. The Honor Magic Book (4600H) does not have a dedicated graphics card If that's important to play 3D matches on High Detail - then it's not for you. All 4 options are exceptionally good for FM.
  12. Try not to forget the M1 MacBook Pro is only available in 13 inch screens. If that's an issue then it's not for you. As portable as a 13 inch is - it might not be best for everyone. It's also limited to 8gb RAM I did find this one https://www.box.co.uk/Honor-MagicBook-Pro-AMD-Ryzen-5-16GB-512_3814504.html Half the price as It's twice the storage Bigger Screen Twice the RAM Outside of thin/light/portablity (but still portable) https://www.box.co.uk/82JU002XUK-U-Lenovo-Legion-5-(2021)-AMD-Ryzen-5-16GB-_3817755.html
  13. In my opinion it would be a waste of money to even suggest anything. Or see if there's a way you get some more money together. I'd recommend about 500-600 or a decent laptop to play FM on.
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