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While we can recommend a laptop that will definitely run the games you mentioned very well, it is tough to say a laptop for $1000 will be future proof enough for next 3 to 5 years; of course,we will recommend a very well built one that should last, but in terms of being able to play the latest games 5 years from now, we can’t guarantee that. If you could step up your budget a bit , the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro in the $900-1199 budget range in this list, would be an excellent pic that ticks all the boxes for you; well built, great performer, excellent display, handles heat well etc. If you have a hard 1k budget, then the Lenovo Legion 5 in the 899 budget range would be less powerful, but a decent pick as well.
What is your budget ?
While your budget is pretty low, I think there is hope in getting this HP Pavilion 15 Gaming laptop.
It is probably the only laptop under $500 with a dedicated graphics card , decent display and powerful CPU.
What exactly are you comparing to the M15 ?
Will this laptop only be used for business purposes? No gaming ?
What is your budget and what will this laptop be primarily used for ?
This list should be updated shortly. The Legion 7 with the Rtx 3080 , just went on sale today..if it stays at this price point, it should easily be the top pick.
You have some very good options looking at. Of those, the Legion 5 Pro edges the race for me. If you can wait on the refreshed version of those laptops, of course, you stand the chance of getting not only a more powerful laptop, but also one that will stand a higher chance of staying relevant for the next 3-5 years. I don’t think you need 16 GB RAM now.. Get a system that is upgradeable, that if at any point in the future, games require more than 16 GB , you can upgrade.
What is your budget. We will be happy to help you .
The MSI would be the best where graphics card is concern and overall performance as a gaming system.
2 years is far more realistic. The Eluktronics MECH-15 G3 > https://amzn.to/3IOeP2p is a fantastic pick. It is a little above your $2500 budget, but is really worth it. It basically has the the best specs you can find in a laptop currently in terms of processor, graphics card etc., and importantly ,handles heat very well. It’s heat management , build quality etc., has set it apart from competitors.
It should easily serve you at the top level , for the next 2-3 years.
5 years…. Well, things change ever so quickly in the laptop world , so you would need to get the very best laptop available in terms of specs, at this moment, to secure that future proof. Question, does size matter ? 15.6″ display VS 17.3. Bigger laptops usually have better heat management and of course, a bigger display to see contents. On the other hand, the are more difficult to carry around if you do that a lot. So which do you prefer ?
Those games are not very demanding and most of today’s gaming laptops will run them. Our recommendation will be based on if you want this laptop tp be able to run demanding games should you decide to game and if you want this laptop to remain a top performing laptop for years to come by going for a very powerful laptop. It would also be good if you could at least tell us what amount of money you think you would be comfortable spending on a gaming laptop.
The Swift X is actually a great pick based on the tasks and criteria you’ve outlined. It definitely will do the tasks you have at hand and I think the portability will come in very handy for you, but this laptop does not have a Thunderbolt port. Something like this MSI Stealth 15M > https://amzn.to/3A7mLcc would actually give you more performance power in the graphic demanding and comes with Thunderbolt 4.
That should do the job and does it very well for you.
The 32 GB RAM is not needed , unless you plan to use laptop for more memory intensive tasks.
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It’s a pleasure to assist you in finding the perfect high end gaming laptop.
Before I do, may I ask what exactly do you mean by the upper $1000 ranges where your budget is concern ?
It is important that I clarify this.
Quite a good point. We reviewed it at $600. Seems it has stabilized at that price at the moment.
Yes Osta, it is VR ready and it all depends on what you will be using it for. Many gamers find virtual reality to be super important to them, so it is all about your specific needs.
The Tuf is okay, but runs quite hot without tweaking the CPU settings.
Thanks. Will check on them.