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  1. Hello, I am from the UK and I am looking for a new Laptop powerful enough to encode 1080p Blu-rays and DVD's of films and TV series.

    From time to time I want to capture 1080p content using the Elgato Game Capture HD Device.

    Maximum budget is £1,000 UK Pounds.

    My current Laptop specs are

    Display Intel HD Graphics 530

    Resolution- 1920x1080p 60 Hertz

    Processor- Intel Core i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz

    NVIDIA Geforce 960M

    16 GB Installed Memory
    Available Physical Memory 10.8 GB
    Total Virtual Memory 18.3 GB
    Available Virtual Memory 11.9 GB
    Memory Technology DDR4
    Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM

    Graphics Chipset Brand NVIDIA
    Graphics Card Description Nvidia GTX960M
    Graphics RAM Type VRAM
    Graphics Card Ram Size 2 GB

    Hard Drive HGST HTS721010A9E630 Travelstar 7K1000

    Digital Storage Capacity 1 TB
    Hardware Interface ATA
    Cache size 32 MB
    Data transfer rate: 6 Gbit/s
    Hard drive speed: 7200 RPM

    I won't be using 4k or UHD Files.
    Last edited by Alphantom; 27th Jan 2021 at 09:58.
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  2. It will do it.. I do similar on a much weaker machine but... sloowly...

    Does it indicate whether the 2 GB of video RAM is taken from your total RAM or is it on the card?
    In any case 16 GB of RAM is not a huge amount...
    7200 ROM ATA interface is also a bit old technology wise. Maybe there is an SSD upgrade?
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  3. Originally Posted by dvd3500 View Post
    It will do it.. I do similar on a much weaker machine but... sloowly...

    Does it indicate whether the 2 GB of video RAM is taken from your total RAM or is it on the card?
    In any case 16 GB of RAM is not a huge amount...
    7200 ROM ATA interface is also a bit old technology wise. Maybe there is an SSD upgrade?
    How can I find out if the 2 GB of video RAM is taken from your total RAM or is it on the card?
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  4. Usually there is a term like "onboard" memory or something deeper in the stats...
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  5. It says 128 MB dedicated video memory.
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