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Best Gaming Laptop Under $1000 - Updated Oct-Dec 2012

Updated on October 12, 2012

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This is list of best updated laptops under $1000 that are the best bang for your buck. We are not about showing you cheap gaming laptops that are outdated and useless. In fact most of those websites or pages are simply not capable of updating their laptops on a monthly or weekly basis. This is a free page to help users decide, I take my time to help you pick a great gaming laptop for less than $1000.

This is why this is the best gaming laptop for under $1000 and we update it constantly. If you have any suggestions please leave us a comment below to add to our list of affordable gaming laptops!

How To Pick The Right Gaming Laptop?

Before picking a gaming laptop of any kind, you need to know what kind of games you want to play. If you are looking to max out your graphics on modern games like Skyrim, Battlefield 3 then look no further. We got hardcore gaming laptops for your every needs.

Best Notebook CPU For Modern Gaming

The Intel Notebook CPU or processors are highly acceptable for your laptop gaming needs. Although AMD does have very cost effective solutions, we found that in most instances Intel outperform AMD and is now industry standard for notebook applications.

Gaming wise, Intel i5, and i7 with hyperthreading works well with a nice mobile gaming chip from Nvidia.

Standard Specs For Laptops In 2012

These are specs that you typically see on gaming laptops under $1000 range.

Leading CPU: Intel i3, i5, i7

Acceptable RAM: DDR3 2-8 GB

Common Graphic Cards: NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M, NVIDIA Geforce GT555M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M, etc

Harddrive: Solid State Drive (SSD)

Necessary Gaming Laptop Accessories

#1 Most Necessary Accessory For Laptops

A cooling pad is extremely useful for your gaming needs, it reduces heat and ensures you can play games longer and quieter. Overheating can cause damage to CPU and internal systems of your notebook. This is a must get if your laptop heats up more than you like.

#2 Recommend Item - Gaming Mouse

A mouse is going to help you while you game, you may use the keyboard but not the touchpad. Absolutely a given that FPS and RPG require a fast movement of the mouse.

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