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But the HD 7970M doesn't manage 30 FPS at 1080p in Hitman or Assassin's Creed 3 either. And it doesn't manage 60 FPS on high or better settings @ 1080p in any of the games you mentioned except Skyrim. You have to get into GTX 680M SLI or HD 7970M CF territory to get 60+ FPS in BF3 maxed out and by then you're paying way more than what you would have to pay for a similar desktop PC.

You do get a hell of a lot more gaming performance from one of these than from an Ultrabook though. Especially for the price.

Gaming laptops are nowhere near enthusiast desktop PCs in terms of pure performance/money and they never will be because of the inherent limitations of laptops, e.g. cooling, size, battery life, etc.


http://forum.notebookreview.com/sager-clevo-reviews-owners-lounges/677055-htwingnuts-sager-np9150-clevo-p150em-review-lots-680m-benchmarks.html#skyrim

have a read of this thread. Im not sure what drivers these tests were done on but there are some seriously impressive numbers for a 7970m and yes on a stock 7970m @ 1080p your typical ultra settings are more 40-45fps .. but .. remember also on a 17.3" or 18" screen you can drop the AA almost right off due to the very high DPI at 1080p so sure for e-peen your maybe 10-15fps (pre overclock) than the desktop GPU but then again the image can be tailored a bit better on a laptop and you can get that 60fps you desire. lets face it the extra 'ultra' setting is only there to sell graphics cards and those settings barley ever look any different in motion.

also as an aside psychologically you can justify the drop in fps a little on a laptop and not be too hurt as your still always going to be massivley impressed seeing the witcher 2 @ 1080 on High pulling around 50fps!

i would add a 7970m crossfire isnt much more money than a single 680m but given driver support on AMD in general i might not bother with that option redface.gif
Edited by Pip Boy - 3/5/13 at 1:35am
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btw a rebranded 780mx will not be as fast as a 660ti jesus christ DDR 3 vs DDR 5 Gl mate gl you need to learn about computers hard.
Please get your facts straight i own a high end laptop and i high end desktop and i know what i am talking about,second Laptop GPUs are GDDR5 only mid end are GDDR3 and look my nearly 2 years old sig rig laptop! i has a GDDR5 GPU so dont talk about something you have never seen nor researched about,and yes an intel 3940xm is faster clock to clock than an i7 3770k
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Gieb me haswell plos

/rant

I honestly don't understand the "Too heavy" argument sometimes, if it's heavier than 10KGs' then you've got a problem but really some of these heavyweight laptops aren't that bad.
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Gieb me haswell plos

/rant

I honestly don't understand the "Too heavy" argument sometimes, if it's heavier than 10KGs' then you've got a problem but really some of these heavyweight laptops aren't that bad.

some people have celery for arms.

4KG is too heavy for a 17.3" gaming laptop to be lugging around to school / college (why would you risk the damage?)

But for most people who buy a GAMING laptop they can still use it in the living room, outside on the patio, ? the kitchen, the garage hooked upto some speakers and still be in places where you have some sort of table or rest to put it on without crushing yourself. Most people have a car or know someone who can drive them along to their friends house to lug the asteroid weight 4KG laptop with them for a lan game (rare these days i know). If you've ever been on a holiday you will also notice that most places you go also have tables within which to rest a laptop rolleyes.gif

the whole idea of a gaming laptop is for home use where space is tight or perhaps you just want a break from the Bat cave to preserve your relationship with the missus
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Anyone upset that the next gen is still called "Core i7"?

I don't see the problem with it. Intel's been using the Core i# branding since 2009, and everyone's used to it. At least it has a rational naming scheme for the desktop line where you can basically figure out what a chip is by its name. I'd rather have that than the Netburst-era mish-mash...
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A sign of things to come? Desktop GTX 780 right around the corner?????
Doesn't mean anything. Remember the GTX 300 series? Mobile only and no desktop gpu until the GTX 480.
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some people have celery for arms.

4KG is too heavy for a 17.3" gaming laptop to be lugging around to school / college (why would you risk the damage?)

But for most people who buy a GAMING laptop they can still use it in the living room, outside on the patio, ? the kitchen, the garage hooked upto some speakers and still be in places where you have some sort of table or rest to put it on without crushing yourself. Most people have a car or know someone who can drive them along to their friends house to lug the asteroid weight 4KG laptop with them for a lan game (rare these days i know). If you've ever been on a holiday you will also notice that most places you go also have tables within which to rest a laptop rolleyes.gif

the whole idea of a gaming laptop is for home use where space is tight or perhaps you just want a break from the Bat cave to preserve your relationship with the missus

my g75 goes everywhere I go and I travel often.

before that it was my g73.

before that is was my x205-sli1.


my "gaming" laptop goes everywhere I go. period.
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Yeah, everyone always says my M17X R3 is way too big for them...I have no issues hauling it around with me. The way I see it is I have to haul something around regardless, so what is a couple extra pounds.

In my mind having that extra size once you have gotten to the location you need it at is much handier than some dinky little thing that is slow in comparison.
 
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I can personally never understand the need for a gaming laptop.

Does one really need hardware intensive games on the go? If you want to play RTS an ultrabook is fine, no?

Think of it this way... take your entire computer and fit it in a small area. Now, if you head over to a buddies house or lan party you have that freedom of mobility too. Demanding CAD work on the go is great too. You take up less desk space then a freakin' AIO while offering much better performance at times while still costing less. Having a battery is practically like a safety guard for power outages or having to move around while keeping the system on standby.

If you need ultra-portability and batterylife you have solutions for that too. I have both a gaming laptop and a portable more office orientated machine. I'm not someone that keeps in one spot too long and having loads of desk space and little to no wires is a blessing.
Edited by Domino - 3/5/13 at 1:57pm
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You are comparing differnet gpus in different brackets kid of course the one in the higher bracket has an advantage its prebuilt to attempt to be faster then lower brackets tthats the point of the 39XX family. And no the price of your i7 3940xm isnt 100 times the price of i7 3770k Idk how high you are bu an i7 3940xm fresh out the box is 1,300-1,600 max
what the hell are you reading mate? i meant i mentioned its expensive a lot of times thats what the(100) means not 100x price and please go troll some where else instead of talking bullsh**t
     
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