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Posted by: Justas
« on: January 23, 2015, 21:01:12 »

I have this laptop nearly for 2 years now. Specs are:
Intel Core I3 3110m 2.3ghz dual core with intel HD4000
Nvidia geforce GT 640M 2gb
4GB DDR3 1333mhz ram
Hard drive was a shitty 750Gb 5400rpm. replaced it with samsung 840 evo 120gb
I do my school work on it, browse the web, watch a lot of youtube videos. I tried playing BF4 (from origin, 100% original) with all other programs turned off, i was playing everything on low, 720p. SP was playable, but once u go to MP, fps is about 10-20 so it is unplayable. GTA4 everything low, draw distance 25, 1366x768 fps was about 20-35. The touchpad is horrible, it doesnt track my fingers that good. keyboard is pretty good. overal pc build quality is horrible, everything is wobbling. webcam works, but quality is just ok. microphone is very noisy,speakers are OK.
Once u turn on power saver mode, the pc is not that hot, but the performace is also a lot worser. When gaming, (CSGO,Minecraft,Rust,GTA4) the pc is loud, and very hot to the touch. The screen is just HORRIBLE, it is the worst thing in this laptop. viewing angles are horrible, and overal, everytime i look on the screen, it is VERY washed out, cant adjust the gamma to look better, brightness is so low...
If anyone wants to buy this model, you better dont... I am very dissapointed with it...
Posted by: SexyBanana
« on: October 25, 2013, 05:08:48 »

Great article, just bought an i7-3610QM, NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M, 4GB Ram and 750GB HDD and i can say im really amazed by its power this laptop is really good for gaming and multitasking, don't get a low expectation about it's gaming power because of what is said on the review because after removing some resource eating programs that come with the laptop i run games like Bioshock Infinite and Rome Total War 2, at crancked up graphics, with fluid speed and no lag i'm even getting amazed how such a cheap laptop can play Bioshock Infinite, crancked up at full resolution, during massive battles it runs better than a console and with more gorgeous graphics. A must buy if you want power for a really affordable price.
Posted by: goldphys
« on: April 20, 2013, 14:00:12 »

what ie the maximum ram Mhz that can be installed in this laptop? what's the Mhz of the already installed ram?
Posted by: Hichem Mettiti
« on: March 10, 2013, 14:53:14 »

I got one just like this but i's another version with i7-3632QM and NVidia GeForce GT 730M with 4GB and 8GB DDR3 RAM, no SSD. And it's a charm, everything runs well with Windows 8
Posted by: Dukes_Nukem
« on: November 10, 2012, 01:04:25 »

Great review. The laptop is amazing, particularly for gaming, as long as one keeps the resolution set at 1366x768 and maybe disabling/reducing some graphics options (i.e. using (or just turning off, sometimes the effect is barely noticeable) SSAO instead of HBAO or using FXAA instead of MSAA). Only complaint is the standard fare amount of crapware that Acer dumps on it, however, this is easily remedied in a short amount of time.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: September 07, 2012, 10:29:42 »

The ideal multimedia laptop? An Ivy Bridge quad-core CPU and a GeForce GT640M ensure the Aspire V3-571G has a good performance. Our comprehensive review provides detailed information about its advantages and disadvantages.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Acer-Aspire-V3-571G-73614G50Makk-Notebook.81470.0.html

 
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