A gamer knows that there’s more to a gaming laptop than raw speed. You can pack a gaming laptop with the best graphics card, the fastest, most colorful display around, a gazillion-core processor, tons of fast solid-state drive storage to hold your games, and a rock-solid hard drive for secondary storage — and it can still fall short. Those powerful components may overheat at the worst moments or you might just experience some instability. Or maybe you don’t want to always use an , but the built-in version feels like mashed potatoes under your WASD keys.
The good news is that not all games…
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