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my new gaming laptop

Q: my new gaming laptop

Hello I m pretty happy about this new laptop im getting for Xmas here are the specs all on my budget -Sager NP Built on clevo W ET - quot FHD gaming new laptop my matte screen x -nVidia GeForce GTX M MB PCI-Express GDDR DX w Optimus - rd Generation Intel Ivy Bridge Core i - QM - GHz stock w Factory overclocking - GB - DDR MHz Dual Channel RAM -DUAL GB Intel Series SSDs w RAID- -Bigfoot Networks Killer Wireless-N Bluetooth Dual Band FREE promo my new gaming laptop And most of the bells and whistles IC Diamond Thermal Compound - CPU GPU COPPER COOLING UPGRADE - Extra Cooling Copper Heatsinks Applied to the Heatsink Heatpipes and factory benchmarked overclocking all for a little over with tax i am new at buying custom built machines But with the my new gaming laptop time i put into reasearching this purchase i think i ve done pretty well Feel free to comment leave your opinions Thanks SagerNP Built on Clevo W ET nbsp

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A: my new gaming laptop

over kill for a laptop. The idea of a laptop is portablility...u need a fork lift truck for a Sager
Might as well have gotten a desktop, for that price you would have a rig that would stomp the competition

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/my-new-gaming-laptop.1081169/
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A:Is it possible to make my laptop a gaming laptop?

Laptops are very difficult to upgrade. If money was no object, you might be able to do something, but practically speaking you are stuck with what you have.

There are "gaming" laptops, but they are quite expensive compared to a desktop. And they are prone to high temperatures and expensive to repair.

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Not sure if this is the best place to post this.... if this is an inappropriate location i apologize in advance. I am looking to get a gaming laptop with dual sli gefore 8600 video card so i can play direct x 10 video games. My Budget is $2000. Whats the best laptop i can get in my budget?
 

A:Gaming laptop

It would be a first for me to see a laptop with dual sli... that's only in desktops.

The majority of laptops are not suitable for gaming, especially if it's going to be DX10 and possibly Vista.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gaming-laptop.658841/
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Hey guys, I'm looking to buy a new gaming laptop for about £800 and so far i've come across these two systems.
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&
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/range.html?t=nb&c=gaming&r=X55
Now the version from Overclockers seems to have everything i want while the one at Novatech will need an OS adding to it and the hard drive upgraded which will cost another £100 on the listed price.

So as you can see the Novatech system will cost more but thats not what i'm really fussed with, I want to know which system will be best for gaming and video editing. If you have another system that you think i should look at then please link it.

Thanks guys. MDK.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gaming-laptop.844503/
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Hey guys i need a laptop for gaming. AMD or Intel anything is ok. My Max budget is 65000 Rs INR ie 1444$ . Pls help me to select a good one.

A:Need a laptop for gaming

I would prefer Alienware

Alienware Gaming Laptops | Dell | Dell

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A:Which laptop would be better for gaming?

Both of those graphics cards are low-end and pretty lame, so you won't be going much hardcore gaming.

Option 2 is better for you, though, IMO. I think LoL is more CPu dependent.
 

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hi Guys ! I was thinking of getting a MSI gaming laptop. here are that 2 models which now I selected. can you suggest your idea about both 2 models..

I like to buy this..but its has AMD processor & AMD Radeon R9 M290X VGA.
http://www.msi.com/product/nb/GX60_Destroyer.html#hero-overview
and this one
http://www.msi.com/product/nb/GE60_2PE_Apache_Pro.html#hero-overview

please suggest your idea..thanks
 

A:help for buy MSI Gaming Laptop

Similar performance. Just a matter of chipset preference. Intel/nVidia or AMD/ATI

Although the intel build has a better audio chipset.

Warranty should be the same for both, so it boils down to brand preference and/or price.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-for-buy-msi-gaming-laptop.1130002/
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if not, then what should i look for in the ram, the processor and the graphics system? thanks! btw, i like both AMD and Intel so i don't play favorites.
 

A:a gaming laptop for under 1,500$???

dell, gateway, hp, toshiba all offer decent laptops at that price. look for the video card to have 64mb video ram, preferably 128. a Pentium 4 processor or AMD XP with HT. 512 mb ram. preferably 1 gig. dell is the 5150. just look around.
 

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A:gaming on a laptop

The only thing you will be able to add to that laptop is ram, thats it.


I don't believe that that laptop will ever be able to play that game.
 

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Hi,
I am Tara Covell.
I have think to buy a good gaming monitor under $900. I like to playing online games regularly. So, would you tell me best gaming monitor which enhancing my gaming experience.
I have seen some articles. I see the Dell 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop(6th Gen Intel Quad-Core i5-6300HQ Processor up to 3.2GHz, 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M, Windows 10) under $900. 
So, tell me "it is good enough or not".
 

A:Gaming Laptop

As long as you realize that for under $1,000, you're going to be buying  a compromise between gaming and price, it's a decent system.  It will absolutely NOT allow you to play high-hardware-demand games without reducing the video settings -- the 960M is a capable chip but it's low-end these days where gaming is concerned.  
If you're looking for top-level gaming, double your budget for a notebook OR buy a desktop system.  $900 can buy or build a very capable gaming desktop with a very good 970 or 10xx GPU in it -- an order of magnitude better than any notebook available at that price point.
The rule of two still applies - a $900 notebook will give you the performance of a $450 desktop, or looked at the other way, you'll pay $1,800 or more for a notebook that gets you what a $900 desktop does.

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I want to make my laptop in a gaming system. (nothing too flashy) I was wondering what upgrades as far as sound, video, memory i should make. Can u help?
 

A:Gaming laptop

not much you CAN upgrade on a laptop. can go

with an Extigy for sound , upgrade the memory to 512mb or so if your system will support it, video, your stuck with onboard.
the lcd screen will suck for gaming also.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gaming-laptop.109828/
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Hi people.

I am here again in need of your help. You guys always steer me well.

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I like Lenovo thinkpads. So much choice, some of the graphic cards look weak. Not sure what to get. Dell?
 

A:Laptop for gaming - £400-£600

I recommend the £579 option on this page.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/laptop-for-gaming-%C2%A3400-%C2%A3600.124832/
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A:Gaming Laptop

Maybe the Gateway P-7801u. It has a 1920 by 1200 screen, and a 9800M GTS graphics card, which beats the VAIO. There's no blu-ray, but you could get an external drive.
 

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processor type CORE I5-2410
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hard drive capacity 750 GB
drives included LightScribe super multi DVD Double layer
screen size 15.6
screen type BrightView wide screen
video memory 1 GB
video/graphic chip BUILT IN
 

A:Gaming laptop?

Do you know the actual name/model of the graphic chip?
 

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Serious strategy gaming is among one of its main uses on new games like
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Will this system be able to play these games with there graphic and detail settings set at the highest and still play them smoothly.
thanks for any advice and any help on alternative gaming laptops for a budget of £1100 would be appreciated.

Titan T2 7200 Laptop

17" X-Brite Widescreen
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2048MB DDR2 667MHz Memory
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A:Looking to buy gaming laptop

If you can, look into Eurocom to see what you can get for your budget. They have some good laptops and are fully upgradable usually.

Other than that, I've had 2 MSI's and loved 'em. Asus G75 and up series are good and get really good reviews so they're also an option.

IMO I wouldn't really go Alienware or Razer, because like you said they're fairly overpriced for what they are.

The MSI's (and Asus that I had) were all 17" and it was nice for a gaming laptop. You can always hook up a larger display, but for mobile gaming, 17" IMO is plenty fine. One thing you'll definitely want is A GOOD BACKPACK! I carried around 17" gaming laptops for 3 years at college...and I can't stress enough at getting a good / comfortable backpack. Spend the cash to get one with plenty of pockets/storage (you'll be carrying a power brick with you for sure), for laptop, books, accessories.

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A:Gaming Laptop

For about $1500 you should get a descent laptop from Asus. Check out their website.

Regards,

Korrupt
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/gaming-laptop.57842/
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A:Gaming laptop

I've got a Lenovo Y50-70 (the 2.6 GHz to 3.6GHz variant), and it handles intense graphics and calculations (molecular dynamics) pretty well - of course not as good as a full-rigged desktop would. I'd recommend a Lenovo of an equal or higher specification since I've got one, but I can't speak for Asus.

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I don't know much when it comes to GPU and their models etc..so I've come here to ask for your expertise. I'm looking to run WoW, Diablo 3 and some other games off of Steam.

Here's the rig.

Acer Aspire AS7750G
It has:
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- Intel Core i5 2450M (2,5 GHz, 3 MB L3)
- 4 GB DDR3 1066 MHz (with empty slot)
- 500 GB SATA 5400 rpm
- AMD Radeon HD 7670 1 GB Dedicated
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Any info would be appreciated, thanks.
 

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A:New Gaming Laptop

Search for the E series Acer models. Jack E/NJ

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A:gaming laptop

If you want the Gateway laptop, go ahead. But I would recommend also looking at the Dell XPS series. They offer some great budget computers, and very decent power too!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gaming-laptop.736114/
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Guys,

Can anyone tell me how good this GPU is for gaming laptop, what its expected performance in games. Can i run BF3 on high for example:

GPU: 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 660M

I'm struggling to find any information on the internet such as reviews and comparisons especially FPS?

Thanks.
Never.
 

A:Gaming Laptop

You should compare the laptop to the system requirements of any game you want to play. It's always a good idea to buy above the minimum, as high as possible, so that the laptop will not be obsolete when the next games come out.

But laptops in general are not meant for gaming. They are designed for portability and low energy use. Some exceptions exist, like Alienware and Origen PC.

See here: Top 10 Gaming Laptops
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gaming-laptop.1086197/
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Dell Inspiron i7559-763BLK: 15.6 inches, Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD - LaptopOracle

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A:What do you think about this gaming laptop

Welcome to Techist

Did you read the review you linked? I think it answers your question already.


Quote:




- Dreadful screen
- Inconsistent game performance




I'd say from those first 2 cons, find another notebook

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A:looking to buy a gaming laptop

I got my gaming laptop a few years ago and haven't had any problems running Saints Row 4 on max..
I like my Asus ROG (Republic Of Games) G73JW. http://www.asus.com/ROG_ROG/G73Jw
It's pretty big and heavy to haul around though. They have several configurations of the new model. http://www.asus.com/ROG_ROG/Notebooks_Products/
You might be able to find an older model like mine on Amazon a little cheaper than a current ones.

You concerned about battery life, size, or weight?
Fair warning, most "gaming" laptops have very poor battery life and are often heavier than regular laptops.

Just pick a few and read reviews of them. Amazon, Newegg, places like that. see if the positive comments overwhelmingly beat the negative. Even then, remember some new items can be bad or the person just didn't know how to setup or use it right. Read both, positive and negative on the ones your considering, then just go for it.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/looking-to-buy-a-gaming-laptop.1110737/
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Would any of you have any recommendations?

I was looking to spend no more than $1300.
 

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Thx for any help
 

A:Gaming Laptop Help

unfortunately Laptops designed with gaming in mind are very expensive. Alienware makes some and so does ABS. But they charge an arm and a leg for them. What you have to look at is what the system requirements are for the games and then look for a laptop that meets or exceeds those requirements. A budget of $1300 is not a lot I am afraid.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gaming-laptop-help.466566/
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A:Gaming laptop

I am not a professional but I do like playing games online with my grandkids. Two things I see that really make a difference for gaming are RAM and a graphics card. The purchase of my last laptop I got 12GB RAM and a 2 GB NVidia graphics card. I would say a minimum of 4 GB RAM and 1 GB graphics cards would be what you want to keep the game running properly...and for some online games that may not be enough. If you have a particular game you like to play, check on their website and see what their minimum requirements are. Then you might want to get a little better than that if you want good graphics on the game.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gaming-laptop.1097095/
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I'm sorry if this is in the wrong area but it seemed best suited.

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Fjork

A:Looking to buy a gaming laptop

Hello Fjork and welcome to the forums

I'm not familiar with the m14x, but I'll have a look at the specs and reviews now.

Have you considered a gaming desktop at all? Just to confirm, so I can look at prices etc., are you from the states?

The m14x is highly customisable so it would help us if you told us the specs you were thinking about getting

Tom

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I'm getting some lag on Portal when graphics are maxed. I'm thinking my GPU is the bottleneck here, but here are the specs:

8 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 RAM
Intel Core i7 740 QM
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 1 GB GDDR3
500 GB 7200 RPM HDD
1920x1080 OLED multi-touch LCD

Also, it gets pretty hot when I'm running like this. My laptop is barely thicker than a netbook which makes me wonder if a more powerful GPU will even fit in there.

A:Laptop Gaming

There's no point thinking about other GPU's unless the 1 you have is removable which I doubt it is. The GPU (and subsiquent memory) is mounted on the mainboard.

The main problem is that 'mobile' GPU's just don't have the same power as their desktop counterparts and as such, running high performance games/apps will require more than the mobile GPU can offer (depending on in-game settings).

Saying that, you have a very impressive laptop and i'm now highly jealous but i'd look at lowering some of the in-game/app GFX settings and see if the problem still arises.

Another thing to note (and it's just me having my 'standard' head on lol) is that you need to make sure that all fan/heatsync ports have plenty of space as this can cause overheating.


OS

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http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Acer_Aspire_5738G_Laptop_LX.PEX02.045/version.asp

http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Acer_Aspire_5740G_Laptop_LX.PMF02.061/version.asp

http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Samsung_R522-JS01UK_Laptop_NP-R522-JS01UK/version.asp
Would there be much difference between them?

Many Thanks,
-UNR3ALXV
 

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Welcome to seven Forums Deborah.

Based on these reviews, I'd definitely go with the Lenovo, much less money and and the only con is short battery life, while the MSI they say gets very hot.

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I'm not allowed to post links yet, so ya gonna have to search it up for now in Google
 

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A:Gaming laptop

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http://shop.lenovo.com/SEUILibrary/...-category-id=AC523278A4F13F27A84F5F5622D1AC7A

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Tell us the laptop brand and model, or the configuration. The problem is usuall that Warcraft 3 won't work on many laptops... due to memory, audio capabilities, of video graphics hardware or drivers.
 

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That processor is OK for gaming but the built in GPU is a little low if your expecting high settings even at 720p (With a decent framerate of course). On a game like Crysis 3 Which is so heavy on GPU's, you will likely only get low on that. As for BF4, I can say Medium 30+ FPS at that resolution. If you want a gaming grade laptop, your going to have to jump up a few notches for performance.
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A:Need Gaming Headphones for Laptop

Do you want your kid to be silent to bystanders when he's using them? He'll need 'closed-back' headphones. Otherwise, 'open-back' gives better sound overall, but leaks a little.

Some good brands are Turtle Beach or Razer. I don't know of any specific models, but I have the Razer Carachias and it's pretty damn neat.

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A:Is this a good gaming laptop?

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All in all its is a good laptop for gaming, depending on what games you play of course.

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A:Building a gaming laptop

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http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/208424-building-gaming-laptop.html
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Oli

PS Even if there were a decent PC in that price range I'm certain it wouldn't run Vista.

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A:Problem with Gaming FPS on a Laptop

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Can you really find the AMD X2 in a laptop?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/amd-x2-vs-intel-m-for-laptop-gaming.437036/
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A:Gaming laptop-Old game-Low FPS

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A:Is this laptop good for gaming?

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Are you dead set on purchasing from only PC World or Curry's?

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A:I need help finding my gaming laptop

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A:Is This A Good Gaming Laptop ???

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A:Specs for Gaming Laptop

This looks like a nice laptop. Whats the model?
 

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A:CPU temp while gaming on laptop

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A:Best Brand for Gaming Laptop

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A:Upgrading a laptop for gaming?

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