I wanted a computer that was inexpensive yet still had some power for gaming. At the time I bought the computer, I did not have that much knowledge about PC gaming, being that I have been a Console only consumer. I know a lot more since the purchase of this computer (*specs below). I have a computer that does not have a Video Graphics Card, I don't really care for them even as gamer. The reason being that I have a intel Graphics HD 3000 built-in, but my PC model only has 256MB (MAX) of Video RAM. To me it doesn't make sense on the fact that I have 6GBs DDR3 SDRAM @1333MHz, but none of that memory will compensate to give me additional Graphical power; even when not all memory is in use. Even if it wasn't, then maybe their should be DDR3 SD"Video Graphics" RAM to help compensate. An example being that my computer's max speed is 8GB (which currently I have 6GB), so if I bought a 4GB DDR3 SDVGRAM, then it would help compensate if additional Video Graphics support was needed, but when not in use, it acts as standard DDR3 SDRAM. To me, intel HD Graphics is not dynamic enough, but my idea sure is.
Dell Inspiron N5050 Laptop
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
intel Core 2nd Gen i3-2350 2.3GHz Processor (intel HD Graphics 3000 | DirectX 10.1)
6GB DDR3 SDRAM @1333MHz
DVD-RW DL Read/Writer