I am at an Acer E5 575G.
It has an I5-7200U processor (with integrated Intel graphics) and a GF940MX, 8 GB DDR4 memory, 254 GB SSD and 1 TB HD.
...... But should not you go for a model with an I7 for best performance?
If this is the general rule:
· Core i7: 4 (or more) cores. All CPUs have Hyper-Threading
· Core i5: 4 cores, no Hyper-Threading
· Core i3: 2 cores + Hyper-Threading
and Hyper Threading boosts the performance with 15 – 30% then
an i7 has at least 460 – 520% of the performance of one core and
an i5 has 400% of the performance of one core and
an i3 has the performance of 230 – 260% of the performance of one core.
But there are so many different processors, that we better forget the general rules and compare the performance specs of the individual processors.
I'll assume you've well and truly made your decision already, but for future reference there's a great website called "WePC" that offers cheap gaming solutions I recommend checking out. I'm sure there are probably many other helpful sites as well but this is the only one I know that allows you to build computers for your needs and with a budget in mind.