Alienware AMP
Is there any benefit at all putting an Alienware AMP on an Alienware 13, which has a lower end GPU (a gtx 770) compared to the internal gpu on laptop? (which has a 1050)
Is there any benefit at all putting an Alienware AMP on an Alienware 13, which has a lower end GPU (a gtx 770) compared to the internal gpu on laptop? (which has a 1050)

#1
Posted 12/01/2017 03:40 PM   
not when the 770 is inferior to the 1050.
not when the 770 is inferior to the 1050.



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#2
Posted 12/01/2017 07:28 PM   
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