Laptop under $400 for osu, csgo, and league of legends

I am looking for a laptop that can run csgo, league and osu for $400-500. I am fine with running at low/medium settings as long as I hit a constant 60 fps are there any laptops out there like this?
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  1. 400 - 500 $ laptop has low end gpu and are bad at gaming,

    Get a 600 -800 laptop with a x50 (950 - 1050) GPU
  2. bigbman108 said:
    I am looking for a laptop that can run csgo, league and osu for $400-500. I am fine with running at low/medium settings as long as I hit a constant 60 fps are there any laptops out there like this?


    400 is too little. Either get a desktop or save up a bit. Ryzen apu laptops are starting to spread and can (when they are not sold out or getting overpriced by retailers) be found for around 650$.
  3. bigbman108 said:
    I am looking for a laptop that can run csgo, league and osu for $400-500. I am fine with running at low/medium settings as long as I hit a constant 60 fps are there any laptops out there like this?


    I'll be frank.... selling computers for some 7 years now: unless you have immediate need of a laptop, save up.

    Most of what you'll get for $400 is trash. It will fail not long after a year and life will be sad. People never believed me when I said that. Then they came back and complained constantly about problems and service issues - because they thought they'd get the world for spending nothing, and that just doesn't happen.

    Buy a cheap laptop, get a cheap experience.
  4. alexkenworth said:
    Build yourself a desktop PC in that price bracket that will destroy it at that FPS and will actually be upgradable. No monitor? Connect it to a TV. Problem solved. Windows? $10 on eBay/G2A.
  5. canadianvice said:
    bigbman108 said:
    I am looking for a laptop that can run csgo, league and osu for $400-500. I am fine with running at low/medium settings as long as I hit a constant 60 fps are there any laptops out there like this?


    I'll be frank.... selling computers for some 7 years now: unless you have immediate need of a laptop, save up.

    Most of what you'll get for $400 is trash. It will fail not long after a year and life will be sad. People never believed me when I said that. Then they came back and complained constantly about problems and service issues - because they thought they'd get the world for spending nothing, and that just doesn't happen.

    Buy a cheap laptop, get a cheap experience.


    This is so true. We have always gotten computers that were more powerfull then we needed and costed more than most would pay for them (1000€ + usually) but compared to all the other who just get a new cheap laptop or desktop every 3 years we are still using the old ones. Most just got replaced due to lasting so long that they simply became to weak to run what we wanted.
  6. Saying that everyone says expand my budget I looked around and found this Acer Aspire 5, 15.6" Full HD, 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8250U, GeForce MX150, 8GB DDR4 Memory, 256GB SSD, A515-51G-515J https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075KCJHMD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_HXlFAb2BXXA6B
    Would this be good enough?
  7. bigbman108 said:
    Saying that everyone says expand my budget I looked around and found this Acer Aspire 5, 15.6" Full HD, 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8250U, GeForce MX150, 8GB DDR4 Memory, 256GB SSD, A515-51G-515J https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075KCJHMD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_HXlFAb2BXXA6B
    Would this be good enough?


    That aspire is a case used by a previous version that ran close to max thermal once in use. With those better components in it now it will most definitly overheat resulting in you loosing the actuall performance it can have.
  8. I didn’t know that. Is there a better choice you’d recommend (preferably close to $600)
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