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Robert the Spud

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  1. I followed this thread for a while and ended up buying the Acer Aspire 5755G (6GB i7-2670QM) that was suggested early on in the thread. I've had it for about a month, and am absolutely delighted with it, so just wanted to say a belated thank you to Welshace and Eugene Tyson for their excellent input.
    I bought myself a new laptop with the below specs after advice from people on here..

    CPU Family Intel Core i7

    Processor Number 3630QM

    CPU Speed 2.4 GHz

    L3 Cache 6 MB

    Chipset Manufacturer Intel

    Chipset Model HM76

    Graphics Device

    Graphics Device AMD Radeon HD 7670M

    Graphics Device Memory 2048 MB

    Graphics Device Memory Type GDDR3

    After say the game runs like a beast and can easily run 15+ Nations

    How much did you guys pay if you don't mind me asking?

  2. Hi,

    Can someone please advise me on how to maximise this system's performance?

    AMD Quad core processor, 2GHZ

    3GB RAM

    64-bit OS

    Can't remember what graphics card it is, but something like Radeon 5000.

    Laptop is a couple of yrs old, just wondering how many leagues and players it would support, IF I add another 2GB ram, and give the laptop a general clean-up etc. Also how to maximise performance.

  3. Don't know if anyone can help with this. I'm starting a game with Everton and obviously I've got a fairly small squad to start with and with the finances the way they are, I'll have to continue with this small squad. As such, is there any sort of guide or anything on how to prepare a small squad and keep them in best condition during a season, such as advice on physio's, coaches, training guides etc?Any help appreciated.

    During pre-season, have the schedule fairly high on strength/aerobic/tactics, and fairly low on everything else. Then when the season starts change it up to a lighter schedule.

    Get top physios in, such as Gary Lewin, and top fitness coaches, such as Paul Winsper(both free agents). The other thing is to be religious about rest. I always give my player 1-2 days off after a game, depending on schedule, and as the season progress I will give them up to 3 days off if needed. Toward the end of the season, I will give them 4-7 days off if necessary! I barely get any injuries.

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