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New Laptop Help please

Started on 12 September 2023 by stescarr71
Latest Reply on 27 November 2023 by betterwound
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Hi all,

so sorry as I am sure this gets asked a million times.

I am in the market for a new laptop and just looking for some advice as I am quite clueless on laptops and specs etc. I’ve seen the one below. I like to run England Spain Germany Italy France top 2 or 3 divisions, large DB and ideally 3d ME. Would the one below work well for this or would I be better spending the extra and looking at a MacBook Pro?

thanks so much in advance
it will run flawless.

i run on gtx1650 and this one have NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2050 if i aint wrong.
1 suggestion, grab 1TB ssd m2 extra as 512 is too small.for gamers.
fm graphics would take 50gb right away.
2 try to get with 16gb Ram already, or if it comes with 8gb, buy another pair when possible.
SaraLecuyer's avatar Group SaraLecuyer
9 monthsEdited
The Lenovo Yoga Pro 7 with an Intel Core i7 processor and 512 GB SSD should be suitable for running football manager simulations with your specified requirements, including a large database and 3D match engine. However, while it's a good choice, a MacBook Pro is also a powerful option, although it tends to be more expensive.
I'd personally aim for SSD drive and 16 GB of ram. A standalone graphics card should also help with smoother 3D match, but not crucial if you get a modern CPU (of the past 2 years).
The Lenovo Yoga Pro 7 with an Intel Core i7 processor and 512 GB SSD should be capable of performing football manager simulations that meet your specifications, such as a huge database and 3D match engine. geometry dash scratch

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