thegoldendragonx wrote:RevanFan wrote:thegoldendragonx wrote:But let me ask this question. What if I upgrade my Hard Disk to SSD and add 8 more gigs of Ram? Would that help?
Not really. While upgrading a hard disk to an SSD will ALWAYS speed up the computer, video games are almost entirely reliant on video memory for their performance. Adding more standard RAM won't help much either, but it will make things like video processing, spreadsheet work, and web browsing a bit better.
If you have Windows installed on an HDD, the absolute best thing you can do for your overall performance is replace it with an SSD. However, that will only provide a small increase for video games.
Like I said, if you ever want to build a desktop, I'd love to provide advice. But gaming is going to be difficult on a laptop without a proper video card.
Well, I guess i'm happy I can run Fortnite. My computer is good overall, i'm ok with it. I guess it isn't worth it to pay over 2000 dollars just to play Madden 19 on PC.
One thing I do know is that it runs smoothly when I reduce the size of the window...but I really don't care about it anymore.
You can build a computer for far less than $2000 that can run Madden. Possibly even under $1000.