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cheapest asus rog laptop for playing witcher 3 at reasonable (+medium) settings?

gabjiboji
Level 7
Hi guys

I am saving money to buy a laptop and I would very much like to be able to play Witcher 3 on it at acceptable settings. By acceptable settings I think I mean above medium settings (would prefer high settings, but you know). I do not know much about the proper fps and other computer talk. I just want the game to run smoothly and look good as well.

I have been trying to understand exactly what things to take into consideration when choosing a model but as I said, I am not exactly versed in the hardware thingies. I've seen videos on the web with people testing the Witcher game with various models of GTX, but is that all it takes? I can't just say 'It's got GTX960 so it will work', right? Is a 2.0 GHz processor a good processor for what I want? Should I look for a higher GTX or a higher GHz count? You see, I really don't know.

So I thought it would just be easier if I could find someone that can help me find the right type of gaming laptop that I need. That way I can see exactly how much money I should save.

I hope one of you can lend a hand, I'd be über grateful.

Thank you very much!
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Ancients
Level 10
Here are two videos, both with ROG laptops, that will show what you can expect from a 960m and a 970m while playing The Witcher 3. A 965m would be somewhere in the middle.

960m
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0cwZsNG5mg

970m
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qi7sCcmqXyk

Ancients wrote:
Here are two videos, both with ROG laptops, that will show what you can expect from a 960m and a 970m while playing The Witcher 3. A 965m would be somewhere in the middle.

960m
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0cwZsNG5mg

970m
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qi7sCcmqXyk




thanks, I have seen the videos. At the moment i am set on getting a GL552VW (GTX960 4 GB, 16GB DDR4, 1TB + 128GB SSD)