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How Badly Will Playing Games On A Low-end Laptop Wear It Out?

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I have a somewhat low-end toshiba laptop that can run dead space on low settings (it was able to play portal 2 on low settings). I used it for things other than gaming (like school). Here are the specs- windows 7, amd phenom II trip-core N850 (2.2 ghz), 4 gb DDR3 ram, ati radeon hd 4250. But I also have a powerful gaming laptop that I usually use to play games. Iím thinking of playing it on my low-end laptop so I donít have to constantly switch between laptops, but I am worried that playing deadspace will wear out the laptop faster and cause it to ďdieĒ early. Will it actually make a difference?


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QUOTE (HushAndCool @ Dec 11 2011, 01:17 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Will it actually make a difference?

No, playing games on a laptop will not cause it to wear out more quickly.

Have you tried turning it off and on again?
Metabox P170 laptop
i7 3610QM 2.3GHz
nVidia GTX675M

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