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HD Playback Requirements in Laptop

Discussion in 'General Hardware Issues' started by Hawk, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. Hawk

    Hawk Well-Known Member

    Hello folks, I hope all of you are doing well

    I have question which is about laptop, I have purchased a new laptop with follow specs

    Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T7300 (2.00GHz) 4M L2 Cache, 800Mhz FSB Dual Core
    LCDs 15.4 inch Wide Screen WXGA LCD Panel
    Memory 2.0GB, DDR2-667 SDRAM, 2 DIMMS
    Graphics 256MB NVIDIA® Quadro NVS 140M™
    Operating Systems Genuine Windows® XP Professional, SP2,
    Media Bay Devices 8X DVD+/-RW w/Roxio and Cyberlink Power DVD

    Detail Specs

    Video card:
    NVIDIA Quadro NVS 140 M

    Memory Size 256 MB (Dedicated Video Memory)
    Display Connectors: VGA, DVI, LVDS, HDTV, HDMI
    Bus Interface: PCI Express x16
    Memory Interface: 64-bit
    Max. Digital Display Support: 1600 x 1200
    Max. Analog Display Support: 2048 x 1536
    NVIDIA® TurboCache: Yes

    Intel Core2 Duo T5450 1.67GHz (Minimum Required for High Definition), note I took from laptop which has HD Drive

    Taken From

    Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T7300 (2.00GHz) 4M L2 Cache, 800Mhz FSB Dual Core (This one is included in mine)

    Ram total 2048 Mb, of which 448 Mb is used only and in peak 848-900 Mb used.

    My question is it suitable for high definition if I have Blu ray and Hd Drive connected. As well as AnyDvd Hd and Cyberlink Power Dvd Ultra Edition.

    I want to thank in advance for all those who take time to reply to this thread
  2. Hawk

    Hawk Well-Known Member

    Never Mind I figure it out. It works:)