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What you need in a gaming laptop depends on the type of player you are and what games you plan on playing.
For laptops intended for gaming, the central processing unit (CPU), graphics processing unit (GPU), and random access memory (RAM) are the most important components. If you want your games to operate well, these are the minimum requirements. The next components are the screen, the operating system (OS), and the storage. For the most part, the newer the better holds true, but only if you’re making a large splash.