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is a Lenovo Ideapad 5 15ARE05 81YQ006JMH good enough for game/software development for school?

if not or if there is a better option for the same price (800-950 euro) please tell me

 

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22 minutes ago, yeetyeetyeeter said:

is a Lenovo Ideapad 5 15ARE05 81YQ006JMH good enough for game/software development for school?

if not or if there is a better option for the same price (800-950 euro) please tell me

 

You don't have a GPU in it so for graphic intensive tasks like gaming you'll find it a little weak. Otherwise it's a good machine.

If you wish to game on it, I suggest you look for a machine with a GPU. I'm not going to recommend one because I haven't used a gaming laptop in years.
 


CPU Ryzen 3700X - Motherboard Asus ROG STRIX X570-E - RAM 32GB of G.SKILL NEON 3600 - GPU EVGA RTX 2070 Super XC - 
Case Mastercase H500p mesh - Corsair MP600 NVME 1 Tb, Samsung 960 PRO 500 Gb & 2 Seagate baracuda 7200 RPM 2TB in stripe -
PSU Seasonic Focus Gx-850 - Display MG28UQ 4K monitor - Cooling Corsair H150 Pro - 

Keyboard G-910 W/ Romer G tactile - Mouse G 502 Hero (wired) - Sound Logitech X-530 and Razer Tiamat headphones

Operating System Windows 10

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