High Performance Graphic Usage

Jan 17, 2019
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my older laptop is dead because someday I used it to play some old game (not a heavy one), and after a few hours when I restart the laptop it doesnt turn on anymore.Sooo for about 9 years of my laptop life-span I finally gave up and buy a new one, my new laptop have a dual graphic,Intel HD-something and Nvidia Geforce 930MX. Is there any side effect if I often used the higher one? for example,does it affect my laptop life-span or something?thanks in advance.
 

hang-the-9

Titan
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Yes the more you use something the more likely it is to break, that's a pretty standard rule for anything.
 

hang-the-9

Titan
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If you use the higher one, meaning the nVidia card? In theory the more heat and power your system uses the more likely it is to fail. But it is a bit silly to get a system with a video card then not use the card. This is a "New" laptop or used? The 930MX graphic chip is 3 years old now.
 
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yes I mean the nVidia card. so Basically if I used it more often,for example for gaming it will decrease my laptop life-span faster?
Actually it's the "new" laptop,that's the one that I can afford lol
 

hang-the-9

Titan
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Yes the more you use something the more likely it is to break, that's a pretty standard rule for anything.
 
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ok then,thanks for the answer!
 
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