So would a gaming laptop not be good either then?Such a Laptop does not exist. Period. I recently upgraded my PC to a i7 8 Core with 16 gig of RAM and it runs at 30 FPS in my biggest Park. Wich is enough for me. It was around 15 FPS with an i5 4 Core and 8 Gig of RAM.
There is no such thing as a "cheap" and fast Laptop. It is either one or the other. And besides i don't think Laptops are up to the Task in this Case anyway.
If the gaming laptop meets the minimum system requirements, then the gaming laptop will be able to run the game. However, the higher end the computer, the better it will be at running the game.So would a gaming laptop not be good either then?
First things first, set yourself a budget, tell us what it is and you might be surprised at what you will be able to get. Consider if you really want new or if you can settle for a still decent but second hand system.Can somebody help me please , i want to buy a new laptop soon but don't know which one to buy as I'm worried about specs and stuff for planet coaster
Can someone recommend a laptop that isn't really expensive and that can run planet coaster without lag?
Thank you for telling me your laptop specs and how much you paid, that's the help I was after.First things first, set yourself a budget, tell us what it is and you might be surprised at what you will be able to get. Consider if you really want new or if you can settle for a still decent but second hand system.
As a guide, £500 - £600 will get you a similar spec to my laptop. It was originally species with the following:
CPU: I5 8250u 1.6ghz base (3.2 GHz boost)
GPU: GTX 1050
MEM: 8Gb DDR4
I have since upgraded it slightly by adding a 240gb M2 SSD and an extra 8gb of RAM. Other than upgrading the hard drive there really isn't much more I can do with it to upgrade it further.
Of course, if you spend more, you'll get more, my laptop isn't so much of a gaming laptop as it is one that can play games. It's decent, but very much entry level. If I were to be completely honest I'd say I need to build my next desktop sooner rather than later as the gaming experience in it can be quite compromised in some cases. But then, you get what you pay for and I paid very little.
£1000(ish) will buy you a decent mid/high range laptop, just don't be fooled by things like RGB keyboards or any other gimmick, you want the best processer and GPU that you can get within your budget.