posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 11:42 PM
reply to post by SinDefiant
Gaming almost always implies good graphics as well as fast CPU. These things get hot and so they need large heatsinks to cool them.
This is why you aren't likely to find many laptops that are good for gaming.
The heat production implies big heatsinks, large PSU's and tiny battery life.
There are some laptops that are acceptable as gaming rigs, but they'll never beat the better desktop gaming rigs.
Sorry but if you must have a laptop, compromise is the guiding rule.