Next year, I am going to buy a gaming laptop that is rare, and is only sold in South Korea (I'm a foreign exchange student in Korea). My professor demands me to buy a gaming laptop for game design (I major in Computer Science). The system requirements are simple. The laptop needs a graphics card, 8GB of RAM, and a i7 CPU. No specific requirements. But I need to chill out and play some computer games, such as PUBG and Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. Their requirements don't demand much from CPUs. Heck, you only need Core i5 (According to Gamedebate)! But I am worried about performance lag. You see, the laptop that I'm going to buy only has i7 8565U (1.80GHz- can be automatically overclocked to 4.60GHz by Intel TurboBoost), GTX 1650 with 4GB of VRAM, and 8-16GB of RAM(Name: LG UltraGear 17UD790- PX76K). The U series is designed for mobility and saving energy consumption in mind. It's not for performance. If I want performance, I need the H series, like Core i7 8565H. That is designed for hardcore performance. Some people say that is only good for graphic design. I did tell this to a professor and she said that spec is enough, but like I said, I need to play games to chill out. GameDebate is not specific towards which series of i7 CPUs are applicable, but I don't know what to do. Surely, I can look elsewhere if I want to, but strangely, my family don't want me to buy a laptop that is too outlandish- might cause eye glare.