would it run Far Cry 5?

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Hi guys,
I have some older Asus laptop (I need a laptop for work) and I'm trying to run Far Cry 5 but on minimum, it has less than 30 fps. The game itself is a sh*t, by the way. Weapons choice is poor, you get mostly everything at the beginning, the upgrade is the same for almost all weapons... The list is long. But, anyway, I want to try it and I want to try it on the laptop.
I was thinking about this one https://www.personaldigital.com.au/microsoft-surface-laptop-i7-16gb-512gb-platinum.html, but that might be expensive to buy to play a game (and for my work as a graphic designer). 

OR (this is basically my question) do you think I might be able to play it with this one https://www.personaldigital.com.au/hp-spectre-x360-8gb-notebook-laptop-silver.html ?
I have an external monitor which I would use. 

And the question is not only for Far Cry 5, I will try to play all I couldn't play with my Asus. :) Witcher 3, Mafia III...etc.

Thanks!
 
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Thanks, Zoltan. Do you know maybe is it possible then to upgrade laptop graphics card to a better one maybe? Regarding heating and everything else.
 

zoltan.boese

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Usually not. The graphics card is soldered into the laptop and can not be replaced. You can buy an external gpu enclosure, but they are expensive. Here is an article: https://www.pcworld.com/article/3178650/laptop-accessories/akitio-node-cabinet-review-real-affordable-graphics-for-your-laptop.html

You were better off with a "gaming" laptop, meaning one with a dedicated graphics card: https://www.notebookcheck.net/Notebookcheck-s-Top-10-Budget-Gaming-Laptops.262742.0.html
 

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