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|23rd July 2012, 09:09||#1|
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Mobile Ivy Bridge HD 4000 and Trinity A10 - Can they handle CS:GO on the go?
One month before the official launch of Valve's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (August 21st), we put two reference laptops from Intel (Ivy Bridge Ultrabook) and AMD (Trinity A10) to the test to see if we can comfortably play this season's hottest multiplayer shooter on the go.
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