so then the question is why then a gaming notebook not a gaming desktop which can bring you a lot more with the same cost of notebook mean tom say a gaming notebook.
A gaming notebook can have a lot more noise with lots of cpu and gpu rolling and usage thus additional problem of note book heat pattern which can be tasking and can be a problematic solutions in the long term.
The positive pattern is that such a positive pattern which can be a much more costlier in a year ago now it is more affordable and it can give you a space to buy with.
So, while buying these decisions can be taken seriously and both sides can be looked upon so that you can buy according tom yours requirements. When it comes to CPU performances then it is a competition between Core i5 and Core i3 clusters. Core i5 supports turbo boost and can run at a higher clock speeds. The sad part is that both not supportive of hyper threading.
If you are a computer professional with CPU intensifier task like compression/decompression and media encoding and decoding then Core i5 processor is a must for you in order to smooth yours work process. One more factor you should be looking is of the RAM factor and the amount of RAM is available and can be added to it. Windows tends to slow down a little after prolonged and further usages, due to increase list of application loading on the memory after further usages of Windows