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No worries mate think I am getting a Dell one i7 processor 8gb RAM 180gb ssd for £200, not a bad price it will be my first proper fm game since January! Only played 105 hours on FM15! Going to try and get into a long term career save this year rather than doing 2/3 seasons max then starting a new game.

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Make sure the fans are clear of any dust. Turn off your computer - buy a can of compressed air - and blow it into all the holes in the laptop, especially the fans.

I wouldn't recommend opening your pc - but clearing the fans would be an idea. If it remains noisy consider getting in touch with repairs

http://www.howtogeek.com/194479/how-to-clean-the-dust-out-of-your-laptop/

You have a warranty on your laptop that states

Thanks Smurf. I'd be really worried if its full of dust already, I've not even had it a week!

They only seem to kick in when I load FM and start playing a match

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Hi Smurf

I'd like to buy a new laptop to play FM16 after being out of the game for a few years! Having read through the last few pages of this thread you seem to be the man in the know - I wonder if you could advise me. I'm not very tech savvy at all.

My situation seems to be similar to the poster above to whom you recommended the HP Probook:

The hard drive is a 5400rpm (that's revolutions per minute). That's the slowest hard drive on the market.

They go in 5400rpm, 7,200 rpm, 10,000 RPM - slowest to fastest.

The model I posted has SSD - it doesn't have mechanical parts (that is it has no revolutions per minute) - it's a flash based drive which is faster than the mechanical drives.

The hard drive is important for starting up the computer, and also for loading and save times for the FM saved game, for example the longer you play a game on FM the larger your file size - so the longer it takes to save.

Having a slow hard drive would mean it takes longer to save - having a fast hard drive means it takes less time to load and save your saved games.

The SSD is a huge advantage over what you've posted.

I also would prefer not to exceed £400 if possible. I just want a laptop that can run FM16 quickly and smoothly without over exerting the computer. I like the 2D dots rather than the 3D matches when playing, and I don't play any other games. I would only use the laptop for very basic web browsing, MS office etc. otherwise.

So, good at running FM16 easily and not much else is my requirement! Would the HP Probook be your recommendation for this also?

I was also looking at this one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00YRY44AC?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_act_title_1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

PS - something that won't overheat and cause a really irritating noisy fan would be great as this has happened to me in the past!

Thanks in advance

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Hi Smurf

I'd like to buy a new laptop to play FM16 after being out of the game for a few years! Having read through the last few pages of this thread you seem to be the man in the know - I wonder if you could advise me. I'm not very tech savvy at all.

My situation seems to be similar to the poster above to whom you recommended the HP Probook:

I also would prefer not to exceed £400 if possible. I just want a laptop that can run FM16 quickly and smoothly without over exerting the computer. I like the 2D dots rather than the 3D matches when playing, and I don't play any other games. I would only use the laptop for very basic web browsing, MS office etc. otherwise.

So, good at running FM16 easily and not much else is my requirement! Would the HP Probook be your recommendation for this also?

I was also looking at this one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00YRY44AC?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_act_title_1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

PS - something that won't overheat and cause a really irritating noisy fan would be great as this has happened to me in the past!

Thanks in advance

As you've used my original post as a starting point and seem to be after the same sort of things as me I thought I'd quickly respond. I have a few responses in mind regarding that laptop but I'll leave that to Smurf or someone else a lot more knowledgeable than me.

I have ordered the HP Probook that Smurf recommended to me, and it'll hopefully be arriving tomorrow, so I can log back in on here and let you know how it serves me if that is of any help at all.

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My laptop decided it had enough FM for this lifetime, so now I'm searching for a new one. Budget is around €400, may go a little higher if it's worth it.

My old laptop played one league with a large database on half a star, so it can only get better from there. Ideally I'm looking for around 8-10 leagues playable quickly. I want to try to actually stick to a single career for a while, so want a decent player range and a game that can progress quickly.

As for other info, I will only really use it for uni stuff and searching the web.

Is this all possible?

For extra points, what are the odds of getting something for around my budget that will play Cities: Skylines decently too?

Whoever can help me out, I will name my manager after you.

Cheers ladies and gentlemen.

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Just to follow up (and thanks for the info on here generally), I ended up getting this - http://www.dell.com/uk/p/inspiron-17-5759-laptop/pd?oc=cn75907&model_id=inspiron-17-5759-laptop

6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5

1TB Hard Drive

Massive Screen (it's for me at home)

Does everything I need, runs at 5 star performance on FM and 4.5 star speed with 6 leagues. Managed to get it for £550 (down from £620)

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Hi all,

I've been looking for a laptop which will be able to cope with a setup of approximately 17-20 leagues from 12-14 nations, and a large database. This usually gives me around 48k player count. I've come across this laptop http://www.johnlewis.com/hp-pavilion-15-ak002na-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-15-hybrid-green/p2269674. I just wondered whether people thought this laptop would cope with that workload and if anyone who has owned a hp laptop could share their experiences. On a side note, what are everyone's thoughts on the 6th gen i5-6300hq? I believe it is the first quad core i5 mobile cpu, does anyone think it could have comparable performance to the i7 high end processors?

Looking forward to any recommendations or thoughts.

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Hi guys

Looking for some help on what laptop to buy. My old advent 5421 played its last match a few months back and I've got the itch for the new game so need a new laptop but don't want to spend too much and I don't know what to look for. I'll be using it for football manager only I don't play anything else. I've seen a few online along the lines of this one

http://www.tesco.com/direct/acer-es1-512-156-laptop-intel-celeron-4gb-ram-500gb-black/759-2255.prd?skuId=759-2255&pageLevel=sku&sc_cmp=ppc_sh-_-sh-_-tesco-_-759-2255&gclid=CIOjkoSdm8kCFafnwgod-wIDkA&gclsrc=aw.ds

Ive seen a lot of people getting help on here and thought this was the best place to ask as I'm clueless and don't know what I'm looking for. I can spend up to 300-350. Any help would be appreciated

Thanks

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Hi I am planning on buying a Mac within the next two days. I have looked around town and I am thinking either 2013 11inch Macbook Air which my local store had for AU$850 or a 13 inch 2015 which they had for $1200. How would the game run on these two devices, obviously the 11inch is very small and I am trying to stay away from that and see if I can get a 13 inch closer to the $1000 mark.

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Hi I am planning on buying a Mac within the next two days. I have looked around town and I am thinking either 2013 11inch Macbook Air which my local store had for AU$850 or a 13 inch 2015 which they had for $1200. How would the game run on these two devices, obviously the 11inch is very small and I am trying to stay away from that and see if I can get a 13 inch closer to the $1000 mark.

Update, just found that a 13 inch Macbook Air is $999 on Apple's website. I will probably go for this but they give you the options to upgrade a few things and I have no idea which is best.

Option 1) Upgrade from 4GB RAM to 8GB RAM for $100

Option 2) Upgrade from 1.6GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5, Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz to 2.2GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i7, Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz for $150

Option 3) Do neither and just take it for $999, thoughts?

EDIT: Disregard the bolded bit, I realized I was on the American Apple store!

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I have decided not to buy a Macbook Pro, I was going to buy it for work purposes but thought better of it given the expense.

I do however want a ultra-portable laptop, ideally 13 inch screen that will run FM2016 with the 3D engine and medium/high settings. My budget is circa £400-£600, can anyone recommend something?

As ever any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/GL552JX-15-6-Inch-Notebook-i7-4720HQ-Graphics/dp/B00Y0LX3BS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1448011862&sr=8-1&keywords=asus+gl552jx

amazon sale - £749.99

Brand ASUS

Item Weight 2.6 Kg

Product Dimensions 38.5 x 25.5 x 3.3 cm

Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number GL552JX-CN182H

Series GL552JX-CN182H

Color Black

Form Factor Clamshell

Screen Size 15.6 inches

Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels

Processor Brand Intel

Processor Type Core i7

Processor Speed 2.6 GHz

Processor Socket BGA1364

Processor Count 4

RAM Size 8 GB

Memory Technology SO-DIMM, DDR3L-SDRAM

Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM

Maximum Memory Supported 16 GB

Hard Drive Size 878 GB

Hard Drive Interface Serial ATA-600

Graphics Card Description Nvidia GeForce GTX950

Graphics RAM Type DDR3 SDRAM

Graphics Card Ram Size 2 GB

Connectivity Type Yes

Wireless Type 802.11 A/C

Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1

Number of USB 3.0 Ports 2

Number of HDMI Ports 1

Number of Ethernet Ports 1

Voltage 19 volts

Optical Drive Type Blu-Ray DVD Combo

Operating System Windows 8.1

Lithium Battery Energy Content 48 watt_hours

Lithium Battery Packaging batteries_packed_with_equipment

Lithium Battery Weight 180 Grams

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Hey! I'm looking to buy desktop PC with budget around 500€-600€, I plan to only play FM on it. Recently moved to Ireland, so any advice where/what would be the best buy. I feel totally out of loop with new configurations, makes me feel old. :D

P.S. Would like to be able to view matches in 3d.

Thanks!

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If you're still interested I can tell you the HP Probook runs FM really well, I've got 44 leagues in 15 nations and it's running really fast, compared to what I'm used to.

So just to confirm you got this one and recommend it? I'm happy to play in 2d just as long as I can have a few leagues loaded and it run at a decent speed.

Thinking of ordering it tonight, off work from Thursday for four days would be great if I could spend them playing FM

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I'm trying to run FM16 on a Microsoft Surface Pro 2. My specs are:

Intel® Core i5-4300U CPU @ 1.90GHz 2.50GHz

8GB RAM

64 bit operating system.

230GB HDD

Intel HD Graphics 4400 (GT2) GPU

Now, I ran FM15 fine, and games like EU IV ran perfectly, but I am experiencing heavy lag with FM16. It's not smooth at all and it's starting to bug me a lot. Is it my device that's the problem (8GB RAM should be more than enough) or is it something else?

Many thanks.

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Anyone got any ideas how this laptop will handle FM

HP Pavilion 15-ak002na Gaming Laptop

Supported Operating Systems

Operating system Windows 10 Home 64

Processor

Chipset Intel HM170

Processor family Intel® Core™ i5 processor

Processor Intel® Core™ i5-6300HQ with Intel® HD Graphics 530 (2.3 GHz, up to 3.2 GHz, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)

Memory

Memory, standard 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)

Display Specifications

Display size (diagonal) 39.6 cm (15.6")

Display 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal FHD IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080)

Graphic Subsystem

Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M (4 GB DDR3L dedicated)

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I'm trying to run FM16 on a Microsoft Surface Pro 2. My specs are:

Intel® Core i5-4300U CPU @ 1.90GHz 2.50GHz

8GB RAM

64 bit operating system.

230GB HDD

Intel HD Graphics 4400 (GT2) GPU

Now, I ran FM15 fine, and games like EU IV ran perfectly, but I am experiencing heavy lag with FM16. It's not smooth at all and it's starting to bug me a lot. Is it my device that's the problem (8GB RAM should be more than enough) or is it something else?

Many thanks.

Just to note that the game is not supported on Tablet like devices - so it's a crapshoot if it works or not.

It's likely not to be the RAM - more likely the processor in the Tablet-like device.

Anyone got any ideas how this laptop will handle FM

HP Pavilion 15-ak002na Gaming Laptop

Supported Operating Systems

Operating system Windows 10 Home 64

Processor

Chipset Intel HM170

Processor family Intel® Core™ i5 processor

Processor Intel® Core™ i5-6300HQ with Intel® HD Graphics 530 (2.3 GHz, up to 3.2 GHz, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)

Memory

Memory, standard 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)

Display Specifications

Display size (diagonal) 39.6 cm (15.6")

Display 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal FHD IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080)

Graphic Subsystem

Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M (4 GB DDR3L dedicated)

It should be fine for FM - with no links or price guide it's difficult to help you any further.

But it's a good computer and if that's what you want then go for it.

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Originally Posted by ianscousemac View Post

Anyone got any ideas how this laptop will handle FM

HP Pavilion 15-ak002na Gaming Laptop

Supported Operating Systems

Operating system Windows 10 Home 64

Processor

Chipset Intel HM170

Processor family Intel® Core™ i5 processor

Processor Intel® Core™ i5-6300HQ with Intel® HD Graphics 530 (2.3 GHz, up to 3.2 GHz, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)

Memory

Memory, standard 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)

Display Specifications

Display size (diagonal) 39.6 cm (15.6")

Display 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal FHD IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080)

Graphic Subsystem

Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M (4 GB DDR3L dedicated)

It should be fine for FM - with no links or price guide it's difficult to help you any further.

But it's a good computer and if that's what you want then go for it.

My budget is max £800 and the laptop costs £699, anyone know of anything better for same or cheaper price.

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Originally Posted by ianscousemac View Post

Anyone got any ideas how this laptop will handle FM

HP Pavilion 15-ak002na Gaming Laptop

Supported Operating Systems

Operating system Windows 10 Home 64

Processor

Chipset Intel HM170

Processor family Intel® Core™ i5 processor

Processor Intel® Core™ i5-6300HQ with Intel® HD Graphics 530 (2.3 GHz, up to 3.2 GHz, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)

Memory

Memory, standard 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)

Display Specifications

Display size (diagonal) 39.6 cm (15.6")

Display 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal FHD IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080)

Graphic Subsystem

Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M (4 GB DDR3L dedicated)

It should be fine for FM - with no links or price guide it's difficult to help you any further.

But it's a good computer and if that's what you want then go for it.

My budget is max £800 and the laptop costs £699, anyone know of anything better for same or cheaper price.

This? £754, but with i7 6700HQ and Nvidia GTX 960M, otherwise pretty much the same specs. https://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-15/

You can also specify this with hardware of your choice; you can make it cheaper, or more expensive. Configuring it with a i5 6300HQ for example will make it £686. Still with a slightly better graphics card though.

Just FYI; I have a i7 6700HQ and 8 GB RAM (2 x 4GB DDR4), and I can play with all leagues in the game playable, with 160k+ players in the database at the start of my save, and I think it runs fine.

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Hey, sorry, this is maybe only semi-related to the forum section but I haven't found a better place to ask about this.

I will be moving around a bit in the next months so I need my first laptop. Obviously I need it to run FM16 as smoothly as possible but my budget is limited (300-400€). What are some of the requirements the laptop absolutely needs to meet and what part of the hardware will then provide the greatest boost in performance?

I read this but I'm not sure whether Laptops and desktops have the same requirements regarding CPU and graphics card and which one is most important.

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Right then, laptop has sadly packed in. It was a stunning i7 with dedicated graphics card - so I really hope the below system I intend on buying (need cheap!!) will be able to handle FM.

First and foremost I just need a decently speedy machine. On the face of it the below is that, I just want to know if I will be able to run FM to a decent enough standard. I usually go with 5 or 6 countries, large database and what may stand me in good stead is I never play in 3D. Always a 2D person.

Anyway, here it is

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/desktop-pcs/desktop-pcs/hp-pavilion-550-111na-desktop-pc-exclusive-white-10138660-pdt.html

If you cannot be bothered in clicking the link, the spec is below!

OVERVIEW

Type Desktop

Operating system Windows 10 (64-bit)

SPECIFICATION

Processor - AMD A10-7800 Processor

- Quad-core

- 3.5 GHz / 3.9 GHz with TurboBoost

- 4 MB cache

Memory (RAM) 8 GB DDR3 (16 GB maximum installable RAM)

Storage 1 TB HDD

Thanks in advance!

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Hi guys, don't know if this is the right thread, but anyway, I just bought an Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition with the following specs:

- Windows 10 (64 bit)

- Intel Core i7-4710HQ Quad-core 2.5 GHz

- 8 GB RAM, DDR3L SDRAM

- 1 TB HDD + 128 GB SSD

- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M

Anyway, my question is more about processing. If I try to play FM16 with a database of nearly 300k players, would the game experience be compromised? Thanks, guys!

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That looks like an okay deal, Shauny, the CPU is decent considering it's price, but.......

Not one for heavier FPS-type games and not flexible in terms of upgrading it. It's got a very weak PSU, so my guess is it will struggle to handle a graphics card, if the box can even fit one or the motherboard supports it. There is a suspicious lack of info there. There's no monitor, but I guess you have one already?

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Thanks for the reply eple.

In the end I went for a bundle they offered, along with a pretty neat monitor and a bog standard wireless printer, even still - the lot for £399. I am actually really pleased.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/desktop-pcs/desktop-pcs/hp-pavilion-550-desktop-pc-21-5-monitor-all-in-one-printer-bundle-10138973-pdt.html

As you say, (to my knowledge) the CPU is not bad. I have saw articles comparing it well/close/even slightly better to the 4th Gen i7 which my laptop had, and if I can replicate that in desktop form, I am pretty happy.

Aside from FM I run absolutely nothing demanding. Spotify, browsing, word processing and excel for work purposes but aside from that nothing. I will barely take a chunk into the HD either.

Better breakdown of the specs here too from the HP website.

http://www8.hp.com/uk/en/products/desktops/product-detail.html?oid=9014653#!tab=specs

Quite pleased.

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Hey, sorry, this is maybe only semi-related to the forum section but I haven't found a better place to ask about this.

I will be moving around a bit in the next months so I need my first laptop. Obviously I need it to run FM16 as smoothly as possible but my budget is limited (300-400€). What are some of the requirements the laptop absolutely needs to meet and what part of the hardware will then provide the greatest boost in performance?

I read this but I'm not sure whether Laptops and desktops have the same requirements regarding CPU and graphics card and which one is most important.

Any laptop (or tablet) that meets the minimum requirements - and that runs on a "full" Windows or Apple OS - will be able to run FM. You can find the minimum reguirements easily in this forum or on the official websites. The minimum specs will make you able to run a very few leagues and a minimal database: Get too ambitious here, and the time it takes for the game to progress will suffer. It will start to feel unacceptibly slow very quickly. The better the processor is, the more leagues and the larger database you will be able to play without feeling that the game progresses too slow. RAM: 2 GB is minimum, 4 GB is better, 6 or 8 and you have pretty much maxed the amount of RAM that FM will ever need, but obviously you may want to run Windows + other programs simultaneously as well, so I'd say 6 to 8 GB RAM is optimal. FM will use multiple processor cores if it can, so obviously 4 cores in your processor will be nice. With a eg Intel Core i7 processor you will have 8 of them; 4 physical cores + 4 logical cores ... this is called HyperThreading. FM will make use of that too.

A SSD drive instead of a regular old-fashioned (spin-disk) hard drive will make your FM load and save faster, and in general help the processor to be as fast as it can be, without the drive holding it back too much when any read or write operation to or from the drive occurs.

The 3D graphics in FM are not very demanding of your hardware at all, so you don't need a costly graphics processor, but a decent midrange card will be ok.

In short; get enough RAM, and then the fastest processor you can get within your budget. The rest is secondary.

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Hi guys, don't know if this is the right thread, but anyway, I just bought an Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition with the following specs:

- Windows 10 (64 bit)

- Intel Core i7-4710HQ Quad-core 2.5 GHz

- 8 GB RAM, DDR3L SDRAM

- 1 TB HDD + 128 GB SSD

- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M

Anyway, my question is more about processing. If I try to play FM16 with a database of nearly 300k players, would the game experience be compromised? Thanks, guys!

Depends what you mean by "compromised", doesn't it. It will be very much slower to progress in the game than if you played with just 1 league and a minimal database, of course.

I have a i7 6700HQ, which is roughly comparable to a 4710 or 4720HQ, and 8 GB of DDR4 RAM. And a SSD. I play with all leagues as playable, and about 180k players in the database at present - and for me, the speed of the progress of the game is fine. But I can understand if someone of a more impatient persuasion will think it is too slow. How it feels with 300k players, I couldn't say - never tried it.

This with FM 15, but I can't imagine it makes any difference.

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*shudders* not harvey norman

edit: also, is it just FM that you play? or do you use it for other games?

and then is watching 3D important to you? or is it just about the processing time?

for something around that budget solely for FM, I'd look at this instead

edit: although that battery isn't the best for mobile FM (unless you like sitting near a powerpoint)

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It's not great to be honest Bohs.

What's your budget?

Smurf - I play on my PC, usually just about 5 countries loaded and it does nicely. I wanted a laptop, but not paying over £250 as it won't be used for anything except FM and logging into work. Is this possible ?

http://www.very.co.uk/hp-15-ac110na-intelreg-pentiumreg-processor-8gb-ram-1tb-hard-drive-156-inch-laptop-with-optional-microsoft-office-2016-whitesilver/1600020527.prd?_requestid=105724

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i play on macbook air 2014, intel hd 5000 graphics and i can play with very high settings but machine gets hot therefore i prefer playing on medium settings. I think i wont be playing on my mac anymore after i will download touch. :)

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Smurf - I play on my PC, usually just about 5 countries loaded and it does nicely. I wanted a laptop, but not paying over £250 as it won't be used for anything except FM and logging into work. Is this possible ?

http://www.very.co.uk/hp-15-ac110na-intelreg-pentiumreg-processor-8gb-ram-1tb-hard-drive-156-inch-laptop-with-optional-microsoft-office-2016-whitesilver/1600020527.prd?_requestid=105724

that processor? for FM? oof

HERE is a good option for your pricepoint

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I normally go to Harvey Norman but if there's a better deal I'd happily go elsewhere ha.

Ya FM would be the only game I'd be playing as I've got a console to play other games. I'd like to be able to watch key highlights in 3D but it's not essential. I'd like it to run fairly smooth.

Ya I'd mostly be by a powerpoint so the battery doesn't have to be amazing. Is Intel considered a better processer than amd as I've read a lot about the latter being better? Cheers for the help btw!

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Shopping for a laptop on Irish sites is hard work.

Honestly can't recommend anything online... such bad pickings.

Black Friday this Friday though, you might pick up a deal.

Other than that - I can't find much better than what you've found.

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Shopping for a laptop on Irish sites is hard work.

Honestly can't recommend anything online... such bad pickings.

Black Friday this Friday though, you might pick up a deal.

Other than that - I can't find much better than what you've found.

Ya not the best choice it seems. Another option I have is a laptop my brother got not long ago that he doesn't want anymore. This is it http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c04373618 would that be able to run FM do you reckon?
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