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Will it run CS:GO and BF4 :-)

what i want to ask you guys and girls about, is if a gtx 850m 2gb GDDR3 is good enough to run games like CS:GO and BF in 1080p with medium(maybe some on low) settings at at around 100fps all the time

 

Specs of the laptop are:

 

Asus G550Jk-CN445H

i7 4710HQ

 

GTX 850m 2gb GDDR3

 

16 gb ram

 

700gb SSHD

 

Thanks for the help in advance :-)

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what i want to ask you guys and girls about, is if a gtx 850m 2gb GDDR3 is good enough to run games like CS:GO and BF in 1080p with medium(maybe some on low) settings at at around 100fps all the time

 

Specs of the laptop are:

 

Asus G550Jk-CN445H

i7 4710HQ

 

GTX 850m 2gb GDDR3

 

16 gb ram

 

700gb SSHD

 

Thanks for the help in advance :-)

If you had a laptop with integrated graphics it could probably run CS:GO. That game just isn't very demanding.

That 850M may struggle with BF4, you will have to turn down the settings to achieve 60 fps.

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it can handle them, but for BF4 you may have to put it on low settings

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advice: if you have two gpus (discret gpu and the integrated gpu), you can use them both at the same time to get extra gaming performance

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what i want to ask you guys and girls about, is if a gtx 850m 2gb GDDR3 is good enough to run games like CS:GO and BF in 1080p with medium(maybe some on low) settings at at around 100fps all the time

 

Specs of the laptop are:

 

Asus G550Jk-CN445H

i7 4710HQ

 

GTX 850m 2gb GDDR3

 

16 gb ram

 

700gb SSHD

 

Thanks for the help in advance :-)

CS:GO, yes

BF4, no. might have to turn down some settings.

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Does your laptop even have a monitor that can display 100FPS?

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GDDR3 and 1080p don't mix well

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I all ready have most settings on low and only one on Ultra in BF4 to be sure to get over 100fps all the time, because i have a 144hz screen for my computer at  home

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