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Lenovo G50 vs. HP 15

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March 22, 2016 12:48:34 PM

Hey! I want to buy a notebook for low-graphic gaming ( example: LoL at minimum graphics).

I've been looking in some sites from my country and here my choices:

HP 15: AMD Quad-Core A6-6310 APU (2MB L2 cache) - Radeon R4 (2GB) - 4 GB DDR3 $497

Lenovo G50: Intel® Core™ i3-4030U 1.90 GHz (3 MB L3 cache) - Intel HD 4400 (2 GB) - 4 GB DDR3 $567


What do you think? Which shall I choose?

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March 22, 2016 1:01:44 PM

Assuming a program uses all 4 cores in the A6-6310 APU, it will still be slightly slower than the Core i3-4030u CPU.

The Radeon R4 integrated graphics core is slightly slower than an Intel HD 4000 graphics core which means the Intel HD 4400 is more powerful; by roughly 20%.
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March 23, 2016 1:41:17 PM

jaguarskx said:
Assuming a program uses all 4 cores in the A6-6310 APU, it will still be slightly slower than the Core i3-4030u CPU.

The Radeon R4 integrated graphics core is slightly slower than an Intel HD 4000 graphics core which means the Intel HD 4400 is more powerful; by roughly 20%.


Thank you so much! I'm picking this HP anyway just noticed there's no stock for this Lenovo :na: 

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