Any differences between the 2?

dcomander101x

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Both are the same, just marketed to two different stores, and as for extra memory, more then 6 GB is more for heavy users, running a game like Call of Duty MW3 and a 10 tab browser, or running photoshop. 4 GB is fine for most users, unless you plan to run something heavier.
 

photonboy

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4GB vs 8GB:

8GB is only a benefit to:
- gamers
- advanced photo and video editing

*When you ask whether you need more than 4GB of RAM you really need to specify the use of the computer. Even light gamers won't see a benefit to more than 4GB.
 

jms209

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I will play some games,Maybe have 2 tabs and game running.

You believe DMC Devil May Cry will run on this PC on low?
Thanks for the clarification.
 

dcomander101x

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Medium To Low Settings, The GPU isn't all that strong to begin with, and the CPU is ok at best. You would need a gaming desktop to be able to run most games on high settings.
 

rdc85

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what i can find is this....

just for info :

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Computer-Games-on-Laptop-Graphic-Cards.13849.0.html
(enter 7640G in the search list will narrow the result)

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-7640G.69836.0.html
 
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