1.    25 Mar 2016 #1
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    Is a Latitude E6410 good for gaming?


    Hello everyone!
    I have a question. Is a Dell Latitude E6410 laptop good for gaming? Beacuse I'd like to buy myself a PC, but I don't know if it will be worth to buy a cheap one...
    Most of the PC's I saw on Allegro (Polish site for buying stuff, like Ebay) are 100, 200 zł ( 3,97 zł = 1 US $ ). I have connected Creative's speaker's to my laptop, a Logitech M-BJ58 wheel mouse, and an additional monitor for more stuff on the screen,
    or screens actually , for better results of the laptop. It's working great but still I'm missing the super power of a PC
    So thanks to everyone that will help!

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  2.    25 Mar 2016 #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronzu View Post
    Hello everyone!
    I have a question. Is a Dell Latitude E6410 laptop good for gaming? Beacuse I'd like to buy myself a PC, but I don't know if it will be worth to buy a cheap one...
    Most of the PC's I saw on Allegro (Polish site for buying stuff, like Ebay) are 100, 200 zł ( 3,97 zł = 1 US $ ). I have connected Creative's speaker's to my laptop, a Logitech M-BJ58 wheel mouse, and an additional monitor for more stuff on the screen,
    or screens actually , for better results of the laptop. It's working great but still I'm missing the super power of a PC
    So thanks to everyone that will help!

    I recently cleaned up 4 of those Win7 Notebooks that came from a company and given to our church. They are excellent machines and run Win10 just fine. These have 4GB RAM and 32-bit Windows although they could run 64-bit, just happened to come with the 32-bit Win7 and I did the free Upgrade to Win10.

    The Latitude line of Notebooks is somewhat aimed at business use so I would think they are not the best choice for the more powerful games. But do be sure to maximize the RAM, should take up to 8GB. I have a much older Latitude D810 that could run Win10 if not for the X600 video adapter, no drivers for it so Win7 is the end or maybe I'll try Win8.1 someday.
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  3.    25 Mar 2016 #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Berton View Post
    I recently cleaned up 4 of those Win7 Notebooks that came from a company and given to our church. They are excellent machines and run Win10 just fine. These have 4GB RAM and 32-bit Windows although they could run 64-bit, just happened to come with the 32-bit Win7 and I did the free Upgrade to Win10.

    The Latitude line of Notebooks is somewhat aimed at business use so I would think they are not the best choice for the more powerful games. But do be sure to maximize the RAM, should take up to 8GB. I have a much older Latitude D810 that could run Win10 if not for the X600 video adapter, no drivers for it so Win7 is the end or maybe I'll try Win8.1 someday.
    Well thank you for saying about the specs, but I already know them, and yes this machine plays greatly Windows 10.
    But I didn't knew it can run 64-bit.
    Also my question was, is it worth to change to PC? Because I see you are telling me that it's worth to keep it.
    So thank you I've been thinking about it and I just try to upgrade it. But not as much so it will run Witcher 3 .
    But enough to play on better graphics and maybe faster.
    So thank you again, I'll keep this piece of tech.
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  4.    03 Apr 2016 #4
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    I would say no. Cheap laptops are not worth the gaming, I suggest you go to a desktop to play games, since you can upgrade them, customize them, and get a lot better cooling. Laptops overheat and can be harmful, they are more better for work and school. Don't get me wrong, they can play games, but I wouldn't do it all of the time.
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