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Reccomend a Gaming Laptop?
 
Riingo  posted on Jun 01, 2011 4:50:34 PM - Report post

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So are we recommending one of the Digital Storm computers? I know I really do not want my comp. overclocking. I don't want to kill it rofl. (By the way thank god for taking info tech this year or I would have no idea). I just need something cheap enough I can convince the folks to buy it. Because I am short on cash. I need a job that way I can buy this stuff myself xD.
 
Nodacrux7  posted on Jun 01, 2011 11:23:17 PM - Report post

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Yeah like others have said you can get a high-end Desktop PC for the same price or less of a mediocre gaming laptop. So I suggest reading the reviews found in the link below.

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It's an Aussie site but it still has good information. And most definitely if you'd like the best gaming PC then I recommend Origin rigs.

[Edited by Nodacrux7, 6/1/2011 11:24:50 PM]

 
alabamayanky  posted on Jun 02, 2011 9:00:04 AM - Report post

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What I meant was is I have a alienware m17x laptop,and I have a home built gaming desktop also .I don't buy desktops from company's when I can build my own that's better and faster for cheaper.
 
alabamayanky  posted on Jun 02, 2011 9:05:34 AM - Report post

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Also I just thought it was weird going to digital storm and seeing the same products that origin has but thousands less. If u go to origin and build the same system you'll end up spending seven grand ,but if u go to digital storm and build the same system its way cheaper.the kicker is they even look identical which is scary.if digital storm is legitimately then I would definitely go with them for sure.cuz not even alienware has the 485m cards yet I don't think
 
DABhand  posted on Jun 02, 2011 8:11:28 PM - Report post

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Hi please use the edit button in the future to add to your original post, 2 consecutive posts on the same subject isn't needed
 
Riingo  posted on Jun 04, 2011 8:56:47 AM - Report post

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I don't even remember when I made an alt. thread about this
 
dbhackerz  posted on Jun 04, 2011 11:01:09 AM - Report post


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Sony VAIO is cool! Mine has Corei7 cpu, 425 M nvidia graphic card and 4 gb ram. I havent had any problems with any games. I bought it 1,400 dollars (in iran).
 
Ho-Oh2224  posted on Jun 04, 2011 3:27:57 PM - Report post

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My laptop now (Dell Vostro 1700, Intel C2D @2.00GHz, 4GB RAM, Nvidia 8600m) can run CoD4, Oblivion, etc. without lag. If all you want is it to game, then yes, definitely go for a tower; if you're using it for an all-purpose computer with gaming capabilities, go for the laptop IMO. The Dell XPS15/17 aren't too expensive and offer great color gamut with hi-res displays, 2nd Gen Intel Quad i7s, ample RAM, pretty good video cards (525M/540M/555M). I just ordered the XPS15; I think I'll be more than satisfied.

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