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Anyway, it seems like the GT 555M and the Sager NP5165 are what you're looking for. It only weighs 5.7 pounds, has four hours of battery life, and will play most games at High or Medium/High at 1600x900.
Do you know if they run cool? Will this laptop hold up for 2-3 years? Do they have good customer support?
My friend just ordered a 17" model from them last Monday so I'm asking for him as well. lol
    
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Do you know if they run cool? Will this laptop hold up for 2-3 years? Do they have good customer support?
My friend just ordered a 17" model from them last Monday so I'm asking for him as well. lol
The GT555 M only has a TDP of 35W, so while gaming it'll only get warm. The cooling system is good, as well. When you're doing normal things like web browsing it'll be just like any other laptop because you'll be using the Intel HD graphics then to save battery life and heat.

As for XoticPC, they have very good customer support, better than from Sager directly. As for reliability, I've only heard good things. I imagine one of the factors that helps this is the build quality of their laptops, which is above average.
    
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