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  1. Macbook Pro 2011: i7-2675QM CPU 8GB RAM AMD Radeon HD 6750M 512 MB Lenovo Ideapad 700: i5-6300HQ CPU 12GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce GTX950M SSD I am currently using the Macbook Pro, and I am considering purchasing the Lenovo. My question is, would the Lenovo be any better for KSP than my current laptop? I'm hoping that It'll be able to use significantly higher part counts without lagging. (My Macbook starts getting really laggy around 350 parts) Also just to clarify, I know that desktop PCs are way better for gaming than laptops. The reason I'm getting a laptop is because I need the mobility, and because its primary function won't be to play KSP. Thank you!
  2. I just want to know if I can run KSP with under 20 mods with the following system. Been looking online, but haven't come across anything. It's a desktop. Also My laptop keeps crashing and overheating. What can I do to fix that problem too? AMD Sempron 145 2.8 GHz8GB Ram750GB Hard DriveWindows 10Radeon HD dedicated graphics 64 Bit OS
  3. I've got an Intel HD 4400 graphics card and i need to run No Man's Sky, which means i need OpenGL 4.5. I cannot upgrade in any physical or monetary way from my current setup. I am becoming desperate. My game just crashes after the no man's sky logo. No error, nothing, just an instant exit. I did however get this in a report:
  4. This will be a entire forum set for the specs of your computer, I guess I will start out with a common table of how the post "layout" will go. Brand (company that made it) Type of CPU (Say if multi-cored or/and overclocked and to what extent) Type of GPU (list the ammount of VRAM) Amount of hard drives (list the total memory) Ammount of RAM (list how many RAM "sticks" you have and at what amount [Gigabytes]) What kind of cooling system you have. How old it is other accessories you have (specialty keyboard/mouse) Cost (You do not have to disclose this if you do not want to) For myself it would be Alienware/dell 8 core overclocked to 4.6 GHz AMD Radeon 8950 Series (3gb) 32 gb of RAM at 4x8gb Water cooled with a radiator along with hard drive fans and GPU fan Less than one year (4 months) [old one broke will have the same system for 1 year in feburary] I have a lighted keyboard and mouse The cost for all of it was $4,500.00 So have fun comparing it with "MLG" computer(s) and your average everyday computer.
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