Crysis is by far the most demanding 3D game available today. Warranty removed from product: Please see our big comparison thread here. We were unable to find any drivers for your product. I think the Infinity display decreases the viewing angles, since the Infinity covering sits in front of the actual screen and is not part of the display like a regular glossy display. The WXGA screen x resolution is what most
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HP Pavilion dv5-1104tu Entertainment Notebook PC Video Tutorials
Not sure which drivers to choose? The back of the display could use a bit more protection; by pushing in on the back, you can see minor ripples in the screen.
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Please return to the product information page and verify the numbers provided or try again later. My HP dv5t makes a nice showing here — the maximum score for each category is 5.
Tech support with mainstream computer companies is always hit and miss. It is a full redesign that includes many new features. All of the viewable surfaces are glossy and reflective, though not to the extent of the Toshiba notebooks with the Fusion finish.
I have had no issues with range or drivers, nor connecting to a variety of networks. The low-end bass is lacking; the dv5 does not have a dedicated subwoofer. I would choose the Infinity display again, since it makes the notebook look sleeker. All of the games were run in DirectX 9 mode if applicable.
The buttons give solid feedback and are relatively quiet. HP encountered an error while trying to scan your product. It is almost silent while performing regular activities, and even under CPU stress, it does not spool up to noticeable levels.
It makes the display look like it has no borders. The volume controls are most convenient. HP offers and bit versions of Vista on the dv5t.
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The pixel grid is extremely fine and not even visible.
The Brightview display has the standard glossy finish that nearly all new consumer notebooks come with. The dull silver palmrest areas are reflective in a sense that you can see a foggy outline of yourself in them.
I used all high and all medium settings during two runs.