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    Unsure

    will this be able to run css and bf2? how good is this compared to a x850xt?

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    Piece of shit.

    Expect WAY below x850xt settings, yes it will run them, but at prolly min-med settings with lagging fps.

    Good luck playing oblivion on that mate.
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    I pulled this off a benchmarking site:


    Dell Insprion E1505
    T2500 Core Duo 2.0ghz
    1gb DDR2-667 Dual-channel
    Radeon X1400 mobility
    Default clocks, as-shipped drivers.

    3dmark 01: 10127 03: 3668 05: 1744 06:929
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    2 x 2GB Cosair XMS3 DDR3 1600MHZ
    Radeon 5850 @ 866/1254MHZ
    Intel X25-M in RAID 0
    WD Caviar Black 2TB in RAID 0
    3 x Asus 25.5" VW266H LCD [Eyefinity]

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    shit! i really wanna play css and bf2 on my laptop

    should i just go ahead and get intel onboard 950? will it be able to run programs like maya and autocad?

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    yah integrated graphics are fine for pretty much everything else other than gaming and intensive video editing.

    Either get a decent GPU or just go with integrated, cuz the 1400 is a waste of money.
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    i did some research on extremeoverclocking.com. looks like the x1400 can play css and bf2 fine. i'll have to tone down bf2 a big, but no prob. the integrated 950 will not be able to handle heavy 3d modeling and heavy cad use, which will be a must for me.

    i made the order yesterday. I got:
    -Intel® Core Duo processor T2400 (2MB Cache/1.83GHz/667MHz FSB)
    -15.4 inch UltraSharp Wide Screen SXGA+ Display with TrueLife
    -512MB Shared Single Channel DDR2 SDRAM 533MHZ, 1 DIMM (i'm buying 1gb667 PC5400 ram off newegg for $80)
    -256MB ATI MOBILITY RADEON® X1400 HyperMemory
    -80GB 5400rpm SATA Hard Drive
    -Genuine Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005
    -8X CD/DVD Burner (DVD+/-RW) with double-layer DVD+R write capability
    -Integrated Sound Blaster® Audigy® ADVANCED HD Audio
    -Intel® PRO 3945 and Dell 350 Bluetooth Internal Wireless Cards
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    -1Yr Ltd Warranty, 1Yr Mail-In Service, and 1Yr HW Warranty Support
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    got it for $1,358.00 - $407.40 (30% off coupon code) = $950.60

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