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Amd vs nvidia gpu in a laptop

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by farunumber1, May 10, 2016.

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  1. farunumber1

    farunumber1 Thread Starter

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    Hi .... i need some help in choosing a laptop ...
    The first is an hp laptop
    i7 5th gen
    Gpu r5 m330

    The 2nd is dell inspiron 3543
    i5 5th gen
    Gpu gt920m

    Both have 4gb of RAM and 500 gb storage

    So i just want a few suggestion on which should i consider buying ....
     
  2. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    You didn't provide sufficient and accurate enough information on those laptops.

    What's the model name and model number of the HP laptop?

    Which Intel Core i7 processor does the HP laptop have?

    Which Intel Core i5 processor does the Dell laptop have?

    The AMD Radeon R5 M330 graphics device in the HP laptop has a benchmark score of 550.

    The NVIDIA GeForce 920M graphics device in the Dell laptop has a benchmark score of 671.

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    What will your primary uses be for a laptop?
    That can have a big bearing on what hardware you want in it.
    If your intent is to play the latest games in it, neither one will do.

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