Sheria last edited by
I'm a big gamer with a large interest. I updated my PC in 2011 to a top of the range model ready to play the crap out of the Witcher 2. I now wish to grab a laptop. While I might not be getting I for gaming specifically, I don't want to skimp out for the sake if it.
Back in the 90s I used to know everything about PC hardware and software, but I'm a tad rusty.
I've seen a laptop relatively cheap with a GTX860. Is this way out of date now? Or has it still got a few years?
-Jak- last edited by -Jak-
The Nvidia 860m series should still have some years left in it. Even as a mobile card version that's a bit slower than the desktop version. As its around 3 years old.
I guess you don't mind playing on a laptop. So for the right price, it could work out for you.
DisturbedSwan last edited by
Depends what you want your experience to be really.
If you want to play most games at 1080p/60fps on high-ultra settings you need a GTX 970m/GTX 1060 GPU as a minimum really I'd say.
Its a really interesting time with laptops atm, they are working on intergrating "normal" gfx into the laptops! so in the future I might go for one of those as Ive only owned laptops over the past 5 years or so (due to a lot of traveling etc).
To anser your question, I'd prolly say that GTX860 is fine unless you planning on playing super heavy games! I got a GTX950m and had a bit of trouble with Star Citizen, but other than that its been fine.