if you’ve been saving money to buy a gaming laptop then now’s actually a pretty good time to buy one, because of this festive season you will definitely get awesome deals on gaming laptops.
Picking a gaming laptop can be difficult because most people don’t realize that they’re overpaying for something that they’re not taking advantage of and few pay more for low-end model laptops due to less information.
So I’m making this article to guide you guys on buying a laptop that not only meets your needs but also fits your budget. But before we began if you are new to this channel do subscribe to our channel and hit that bell notification so you won’t miss any future updates.
Lenovo Ideapad L340
So our first laptop is Lenovo Ideapad L340 it’s a 60 gHz 15.6 inch 1080p Full HD gaming laptop with 9th Gen Intel Core i5 H series 4 core Processor. Its base clock speed is 2.4 and it can boost up to 4.1 GHz. with basic 8 GB of ram 1 TB of Mechanical hard drive, It comes with 4 GB NVIDIA GTX 1650 GPU.
For 2019 and over games it will give you the best performance and I think it’s enough to keep you satisfied most games are playable over 60fps on high or medium settings. It has a nice sleek design with a brushed aluminum surface an LED-backlit keyboard and around five to six hours of battery life. price is approx 62K which I think is really good for a budget gaming laptop. another version of the same Lenovo L340 comes with same configuration at a price of approx 56K but it has NVIDIA GTX 1050 GPU for decent 30+ FPS choice at medium to high settings gameplay.
One basic thing I would like to highlight here is when you buy a laptop for gaming look for more clock speed than the number of cores. More clock speed will help you to process single calculative data faster. So if your main requirement is gaming then core i5 with decent clock speed is plenty there’s no need to spend extra for a higher core counts, you won’t be getting that much more gaming performance out of it.
ASUS TUF FX505
Next something very special An AFFORDABLE Gaming Laptop ASUS TUF FX505. It has 15 inch 120 Hz anti-glare IPS display with 1080p resolution. processor is AMD Ryzen 5 and Nvidia 4 GB GTX 1650 Graphics card. 8 GB of RAM 512GB PCIe SSD, Windows 10 with a weight of 2.20 Kg this laptop is really good for gaming.
At a price of 57K, you will get avg of 60+ FPS in most of the game ranges from medium to high settings. So if you are looking for a specific gaming laptop with little or moderate workload then this is your machine. another version of the same ASUS TUF 505 comes with same configuration at a price of approx 48K but it has RX 560X GPU for medium to low gaming performance if you want to play at 60+ FPS. So the choice is yours. At this affordable price, I think RX 560x is also a good choice if you are not that hard core gamer and want to play just for fun.
Lenovo Legion Y540
Next is the Lenovo Legion Y540 price of this laptop is 66K it has the same core i5 9th Gen processor which ranges from 2.4 to 4.1 GHz at top load. 1080p anti-glare 60 Hz 15.6 display. 128 Gb SSD, weight is 2.3 KG, and gives you approx 3-5 hrs of battery backup based on your use. the price is a little bit higher than Lenovo and ASUS TUF gaming laptops but the look and the design of these laptops are really good.
So for now these 3 laptop looks good for little gaming and other stuff.
One more thing I would like to highlight here is if you planning to buy a gaming laptop then don’t go for the MX series. These GPUs are very old now even the new MX200 series is also not that good for gaming. You will get a better powerful laptop in the same or approx the same budget. for example, if you are planning to buy a laptop with RX 560x or 1050 then don’t spend money more than 60K or even approx 55K you will get laptops with the same spec.
If you are planning to spend more than 60K for gaming laptops then go for GPUs like 1650, RX 570, or more. of course, you need to check a few more configurations like processor or RAM speed so that these will not bottleneck your performance. I am forcing more on GPUs because gaming GPUs are more important than Processors and RAM speed. of course, few games are totally RAM dependent but still, most of the games are dependent on GPUs So that’s it, for now.
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