expired $799+del HP DV6-6136: 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card, 4GB RAM, quad core i7 2630, 640GB, USB 3.0 X 2

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Its a pretty good gaming rig with the quad core i7 2630 and 2gb ddr5 graphics card and since most games don't use more than 1.5gb of ram the fact that it has 4gb ram won't really affect game play. If you're doing video editing work you might want to just buy extra stick of 4gb ram for 30 bucks or so and insert it into the empty slot. ram is fairly cheap and easy to find nowadays so not a real problem. it has 2 usb 3.0 ports on the left and 2 usb 2.0 port on the right. A BR player would have been better but it has a dvd burner instead. The Beats Audio quad speakers were actually half-decent in this laptop, you can see a clear difference in the sound quality.
I was able to get it to do about 50fps on Skyrim with High settings, but it just couldn't handle the Ultra settings which was expected.
Here are the full specs
Model: Pavilion DV6-6136TX
Features Bluetooth Enabled: Yes
Digital Media Cards Reader: SD Memory Card, MMC
Hard Drive Speed (rpm): 5400
Graphics Card Brand: ATI
Graphics Card Memory (MB): 2GB
Graphics Card Memory Type: Dedicated
Graphics Card Type: Radeon HD 6770M
Networking: Gigabit Ethernet
Optical Drive Format: Dual Layer Support
Optical Drive Type: DVD Super Multi
Processor Brand: Intel
Processor Model: 2630QM
Processor Speed (GHz): 2.00
Processor Type: Core i7
Installed RAM (GB): 4
RAM Expandable To (GB): 8
RAM Configuration: 1 x 4GB
Ram Type: DDR3
USB Ports: 4 (2USB2.0 + 2USB 3.0)
hard Drive Size: 640GB
Interface Type: SATA
Screen Screen Definition: High Definition
Screen Resolution: 1366 x 768
Screen Size: 15.6"
Screen Type: LED
Audio Microphone: External
Speakers: Beats Audio Quad Speakers
Networking and Internet Wireless Networking: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
Connections and Expansion Audio Ports: Headphone Jack, Microphone Jack
Video Ports: 1 x VGA, 1 x HDMI


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  • +1 vote

    Ah, yes, Skyrim…a game perfectly suited playing on a portable machine. My desktop can barely run it so might need to upgrade eventually(I'm about 4 years behind in the tech cycle).
    That's alot of power in a lappy for $800 bux!

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    ok guys it seems like they figured out people really wanted that 8GB upgrade so they took off those laptops and upgraded them all from 4 to 8 gb of ram for the same price, i'll just make a new post with a new link at http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/59929
    for those of you who are interested.

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