Do you think this laptop could handle Black Mesa? Would it benefit from ReadyBoost?

LummusMaximus

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First point: if you're running a game, install it on a local disk. It's just a lot faster, and can improve your FPS in some games.

Secondly, if you can run source engine games, you shouldn't have trouble with black mesa. Looking at some benchmarks for other source games, you might have difficulties but you can probably get it running on low, at the very least.
 
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