Are they a good choice for light gaming giving that the GPU is better optimized for CAD?
Does the GPU directly support Direct-X for gaming?
Anything else we should consider looking for something under $150 complete.
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If you can get the model with the K2000M. Both GPUs support DirectX 11.
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After calibration, the display is really good. K2000m is able to handle some serious overclock, working actually better than I'd expect. eGPU is also an option. A great deal in this system is the slice battery that lifts your system a bit (and allows using onlap during high load!) and pumps the system up to ridiculous 190Wh of power storage. This is a two-days work with CAD.
I only need to update the BIOS with UEFI fix. I have seen to many systems dying to it.
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