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Hi my name is Matt and I'm new to Overclock.net. I joined this site to seek the wisdom of knowledgeable and mature computer experts.

I'm looking into buying an affordable laptop, that has good battery life, small and portable, and also be good at gaming. I would like to get the opinion of customers who own or have owned an Alienware M11x R1. I've done a ton of research out there and I believe this is the closest thing I'm gunna find out there that hits all my requests for a laptop. If you have a better idea, let me know and I'll research it.
These are the main topics I'd like to know more about and are also the key features I'm looking for in a laptop.

GAMING
Games I would like to play on this laptop would be; League of Legends, Starcraft 2, Crysis (MWLL mod), and possibly Battlefield 3. I know the i5 and i7 processors are way better, but does the i3 or C2D from last year at least play these games too? As you can see, aside from Crysis, I don't think these other games demand alot of processing power beyond what the i3 can handle, am I wrong on this assumption (I've never owned an i3 before)? Whatever the case, I would like to know from users how your M11x R1 handles these games if you have played them or any other games?
I'd like to know:
  • What graphics quality do you set it at? (LOW/MED/HIGH)
  • How are the framerates? Is it choppy, slightly choppy, or smooth.
  • How does the GeForce335 handle your games, is there any compromises versus using the GeForce540?
  • How does the i3 or last year's C2D processor handle your games, is there any compromising versus using the i5?

BATTERY LIFE
The other key feature I'm looking for in a small netbook/laptop is a computer with real good battery life. This machine is supposed to be portable, with the smaller screen size and efficient i3 or C2D processor, I know the M11x gets higher then average battery life. I also know that the M11x has the ability to switch between intergrated GPU to dedicated GPU--which dramatically affects battery life-times. What do you guys think of the battery life, how does it compare to a netbook while using the intergrated GPU and how does it compare to a regular gaming laptop while using the dedicated GPU. Now, I know a great deal about computers and how they work, but I want to know what are your battery life times while...
  • Gaming
  • Netflix or any other HD video use over internet.
  • Regular web-browsing
  • Photoshop
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel)
  • Idle

PORTABILITY
The last feature in the computer I'm looking for is portability. I own an awesome gaming desktop, does everything I need except for one thing...to be handheld. Now, I know there are way better laptops out there with a ton more power. I just don't think there are any other netbooks/laptops available right now that give you so much power for the price and size.
I would like that small screen size to be extra small and light, it would be nice to have that longer battery life while web-browsing, and the lighter weight compared to the 15" or 17" brothers.
What do you guys think:
  • The weight (easy and comfortable to carry around in a carry case or hold in your hand?)
  • Screen size and quality (how does the screen size look while playing games and while reading text on the internet?) (Is the brightness and WLED screen look colorful, vivid, brilliant, and sharp?)
  • How does the laptop feel? (Does it feel cheap and plastic'y?)
  • I heard there is a hinge problem. (Is that last year's model issue or the 2011 model's issue?)

I know it's a lot of questions to ask, I don't expect everybody to answer all of them. I'm just looking for advice and consumer reviews of what do you think of your Alienware M11x R1. I know the i5 and i7 are way better, but does the i3 or C2D from last year suffice? I would greatly appreciate the wisdom and help from the community. Hit me with all you got! Thanks guys. biggrin.gif
    
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Rule#1: most people wont respond bc your thread is WAY to long.
Rule#2: Alienware is overpriced. Look into an Asus

Wish I could answer your questions, but Im unwilling to read all that
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i would go with the x14 and get the gt 555m it got many more processing cores that operate on cuda
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All I will say, is the CPU is weak on these things, that can be fixed though if you do a pinmod (not for the the faint of heart) and after that its i7 stock speeds of the R2.

The R3 has the best chance of playing newer games (better GPU, faster CPU) but I paid $600 for my R1 after all the upgrades I did to it (8GB 1333mhz RAM, 500GB WD Black HDD) but I overclocked my CPU to 1.9ghz with the pinmod (stock overclock on this unit is 1.6ghz, not 1.73ghz)

I can play Bad company 2 just fine with this overclock and the GPU being overclocked. I can play crysis on mediums and highs as well. Team fortress 2 works great. most games work on mediums and highs, starcraft 2 works fine like that as well.

But games like supreme commander dont work really that well at all (very cpu intensive) and these have low power cpus in them, even overclocked it ran poorly with a lot of units on screen.

Batterylife is great for a 8 cell, but I dont get really good life because I disabled the intel card so I can use better more up to date nvidia drivers, but if you got the R3 or R2 you can use optimus and this wouldnt be an issue.

for the size and portability you cant really beat the m11x R1 if you overclock it and pinmod it. its not easy and its not guaranteed though that you can do it.
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Originally Posted by CtrlAltElite;14322498 
Rule#1: most people wont respond bc your thread is WAY to long.
Rule#2: Alienware is overpriced. Look into an Asus

Wish I could answer your questions, but Im unwilling to read all that

I don't believe ASUS makes a gaming netbook.

The m11x actually performs quite well despite its size... They battery life isn't great, you can switch to integrated gfx mode but most people with an alienware do not even know they can. But I really dont recommend the C2D version the processor is just too slow and it takes a big hit in games. I don't believe they even sell those anymore unless you are looking at DELL's outlet. I don't see this running BF3 however I am not familiar with the 540m but the 335m is a definite no. The 335m is just about powerful enough for source based games from what I have seen. I must recommend at least the i5, 540m version but that starts at $999 which for $100 more you can get the m14x. although at that price still they are other manufacturers that are better bang for the buck...

Is the 11" netbook size a must have?


*Edit*
Also about the hinges... I have had to replace probably 50+ display assemblies. they are not made any differently, 1 client had to get his replaced 3 times, but if you baby it you shouldn't have a problem. All the customers that had that issue were generally teens and their parents bought it for them so they didn't care much to take care of it.

Make sure you open it from the center of the screen and dont hold it by the corner of screen and bottom chasis. and dont push it back to far... most people are bending the display back farther than it is able to go

*EDIT2*
I just looked at the tear down of the R3 model.. it is the exact same hinge assembly.
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*Edit*
Also about the hinges... I have had to replace probably 50+ display assemblies. they are not made any differently, 1 client had to get his replaced 3 times, but if you baby it you shouldn't have a problem. All the customers that had that issue were generally teens and their parents bought it for them so they didn't care much to take care of it.

Make sure you open it from the center of the screen and dont hold it by the corner of screen and bottom chasis. and dont push it back to far... most people are bending the display back farther than it is able to go

*EDIT2*
I just looked at the tear down of the R3 model.. it is the exact same hinge assembly.


they fixed the hinge issue this year on all the models (R1 and R2) they redesigned it,(replaced laptops that were even out of warranty with the new design) made it more durable, so there are no more issues, the R3 doesnt have the same design as the R1 and R2.
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they fixed the hinge issue this year on all the models (R1 and R2) they redesigned it,(replaced laptops that were even out of warranty with the new design) made it more durable, so there are no more issues, the R3 doesnt have the same design as the R1 and R2.

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I'm looking right at it... and it looks very much the same

Not to mention I have replaced R3 assemblies.
     
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I'm looking right at it... and it looks very much the same

Not to mention I have replaced R3 assemblies.

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Thanks for the informative reply PappaSmurfsHarem,

Can the R1 version of the M11x switch the dedicated GPU on/off to the integrated GPU for battery life? I thought that was a feature for the R2 and R3 versions? If so, that's real cool!
Well honestly, I'm looking for it to play lower-end games like League of Legends, Starcraft 2, and Crysis. Nothing higher then that, if I want to seriously game, I got my desktop for that. Just looking for a sub-par gaming machine with good battery life, and very portable.
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Is the 11" netbook size a must have?
Very preferably, because I'm looking at basically a netbook that you can game on. I like the 11" size for the lighter weight and smaller dimensions then a standard 14-17" laptop.

When you mention that the hinges are no different then any other laptop, are you saying that the issue is not the design but rather the carelessness of the user who handles the hinges? If so, that is relieving, because I've never had an issue with laptop hinges before.

The main selling point for me on this laptop and why I'd even consider it plausible to order one in the near future is the price for what you get. At $700 on Dell's website you can order the R1. I don't think there is any other netbook sized computers out there that have the power and graphics card of this M11x R1. I think anything more expensive then $700 is out of my range.
    
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Thanks for the informative reply PappaSmurfsHarem,

Can the R1 version of the M11x switch the dedicated GPU on/off to the integrated GPU for battery life? I thought that was a feature for the R2 and R3 versions? If so, that's real cool!
Well honestly, I'm looking for it to play lower-end games like League of Legends, Starcraft 2, and Crysis. Nothing higher then that, if I want to seriously game, I got my desktop for that. Just looking for a sub-par gaming machine with good battery life, and very portable.


Very preferably, because I'm looking at basically a netbook that you can game on. I like the 11" size for the lighter weight and smaller dimensions then a standard 14-17" laptop.

When you mention that the hinges are no different then any other laptop, are you saying that the issue is not the design but rather the carelessness of the user who handles the hinges? If so, that is relieving, because I've never had an issue with laptop hinges before.

The main selling point for me on this laptop and why I'd even consider it plausible to order one in the near future is the price for what you get. At $700 on Dell's website you can order the R1. I don't think there is any other netbook sized computers out there that have the power and graphics card of this M11x R1. I think anything more expensive then $700 is out of my range.

yes The R1 does support switchable graphics but it doesnt use optimus technology so to do it you have to manually do it by pressing a button on the keyboard, and also you need DELL hybrid drivers( latest version is 163.08)

The R2, and R3 units use optimus technology and auto switch from intel to nvidia when a game is being played, and you arent limited to DELL drivers.

the R1 will play all those games, get it, I did and with the new hinge design I love this laptop. I sold one to my friend as well, he loves it, no other laptop for the money he paid (about $500) can play the games that he can with the m11x.

just be sure to enable the stock overclock so you get better performance on it (stock speed is 1.3ghz, stock overclock is 1.6ghz)
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