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Posted by: Johnnykills
« on: June 16, 2015, 11:53:40 »

Just one question...

If I would want to chage the CPU I could do it?
Posted by: Mauricio
« on: June 09, 2015, 17:14:22 »

Im who wrote the last comment about this, I still have this laptop and I use it eventually, In my job I use a workstation and my home a gamer pc and an Asus Rog laptop, but im really proud of this Acer I love it almost have it for 3 years and the battery still mantain the load as new, I can play mostly all games on it it doesnt matter If low, med or high settings but I always play them at 1366x768 and runs well.

I recommend this machine a lot
Posted by: Mauricio
« on: September 10, 2014, 23:08:40 »

I have this laptop I found this web by first time and I really love it because I look for it open so I can see where the hard drive is so I can change it for an SSD, the problem is speccy say my processor is heated 118c when Im playing, I think thats not correct because I can put my hand there without burn. The only problem I see is when I play online the processor cant stay up I need a better processor but this is soldered so I only can play offline games or light like nfs world and similars (I really love to play planetside 2, dayz, nether but they need more processor)
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: April 27, 2013, 10:00:08 »

Too noisy, too slow. Acer's 15.6-inch Aspire V5-551-64454G50Makk is a slim and light notebook selling for less than 400 Euro (~$520). The power-efficient AMD A6-4455M APU should guarantee a long battery life. Find out here if the new notebook can deliver on that promise.

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