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Sager NP8250-S (Clevo P157SM)

-FREE!!! – U.S.UPS GROUNDSHIPPING(Use CouponCode "FREESHIP" inCheckout)[U.S.Lower48 ONLY /

Restrictions Apply]

-15.6" FHD16:9"Matte Type"Super Clear Ultra Bright LEDAnti-Glare SagerScreenw/ 95% NTSC Color Gamut

(1920x1080)(SKU -S1R303)

-Standard DeadPixel Policy

-NOProfessionalMonitorColorCalibration

-Sager- 4thGenerationIntel®HaswellCore™ i7-4900MQ (2.8GHz -3.8GHz, 8MB Intel®Smart Cache)(SKU –

SPU203)

--IC DiamondThermal Compound- CPU+ GPU

-NVIDIA®GeForce® GTX 780M 4,096MB PCI-Express GDDR5DX11 [UserUpgradeable] (SKU –SGC304)

-NoCopper Cooling Upgrade

-NoVideo Adapter

-NoExternalMobile Display

-16GB -DDR31600MHz DualChannelMemory (2SODIMMS) (SKU- S4S822AP)

-SagerBranding

-Standard LaptopFinish

-128GB CrucialM4mSATA SSD-Preconfiguredas anOSDrive ( OperatingSystem –Drive C:)

-750GB 7200RPM [Serial-ATA II 300 -16MB Cache] -Default (SKU -S5T306)

-None Standard

-6x Blu-Ray Reader / 8x DVDRW SuperMulti ComboDrive (SKU -S7R558)

-NoExtra Optical Bay HardDrive Caddy

-NoBack UpHardDrive

-NOExternalUSB OpticalDrive

-NoBluetooth Standard

-Sager- Bigfoot Networks Killer™ Wireless-N1202 +Bluetooth™ 4.0 (DualBand)(SKU– S8S008)

-NoNetwork Accessory

-Internal 9-in-1 Card Reader(MMC/RSMMC/SD/MiniSD/SDHC/SDXC/MS/MS Pro/MS Duo)

-Built in2.0 MegapixelCamera

-NoTV Tuner

-SoundBlaster Compatible 3DAudio -Included

-NoCarrying Case

-Smart Li-ionBattery(8-Cell)

-NoCar Adapter

-NoSpare AC Adapter

-NoDock/Hub/Adapter

-IntegratedFingerprint Reader

-NoHeadset

-NoExternalKeyboard

-Standard Sager/ClevoNonChiclet Backlit Keyboard

-NoExternalMouse

-NoNotebook Cooler

-NoThanks, Please donot Overclock mysystem (Overclocking will add3-6business days to buildtime)

-NoOperatingSystem Redline Boost

-~Windows 7Home Premium 64-Bit (64&32-Bit CD Included (Supports upto16GB ofRAM))+MS Office 2013 Trial

-None

-NoAntivirus Essentials Software Bundle

-NoBack UpSoftware

--No Microsoft OFFICE Software

-NoSoftware Bundle

-LIFETIME LtdLabor* 1Year Parts Warranty Lifetime24/7 DOMESTIC TollFree Telephone Support (Labor through

XPC)

Includes FREE Shipping Both Ways forParts WarrantyRepairs (SKU -X9R009)

-* 24/7LIFETIME U.S. based telephone technical support

* Extreme QA testing by dedicatedtechnicians

* 72Hourstress testingandbenchmarkingto ensure top performance and stability

-Standard ProductionTime

-NoOutside of US ShippingCoverage

-Nothanks, standarddouble boxed packagingis okay with myorder

-NoXotic PC Gear
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Wow I wish I knew about that free shipping code! I would of saved $28, I wonder if I can still put it in.
    
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Call them Monday, if it hasn't shipped then I don't see why not.
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Edit* i7-4700QM not 4900.
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Do u guys think there would be a huge difference in fps between the two?
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Do u guys think there would be a huge difference in fps between the two?

Try to edit your posts instead of making new ones every time you want to add something tongue.gif

Anywho, no, you would not notice a difference unless you were doing very CPU intensive things (NOT gaming. Like rendering and editing.) They are both BEASTLY CPUs.

Nice laptop! I'm jealous thumb.gif
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Do u guys think there would be a huge difference in fps between the two?

TBH getting anything besides the 4700 is a waste of money. You can easily overclock the 4700 to the 4900's frequency if you really need it. Which I doubt.

Im itching to get my NP7370, and its only been like 10 hours since I ordered it lol.
    
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Thanks for replies and sorry about not editing posts, I blame my horrible phone. I'm glad I went with the 4700.
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I'm trying to figure out which Sager would be the best option for college. I haven't had much time to research the new Sager models with Haswell and the 700 series, but do you know what the main differences between the NP8230 and the NP8250-S are?
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I'm trying to figure out which Sager would be the best option for college. I haven't had much time to research the new Sager models with Haswell and the 700 series, but do you know what the main differences between the NP8230 and the NP8250-S are?

If you are talking about comparing the NP8230 and NP8250 (the NP8250-S is a completely different price range)

The NP8250, though with similar hardware, is built on a different - bigger- chassis. Only slightly bigger, but allows for a 2nd HDD and an illuminated keyboard. The 8250's trackpad is also illuminated, but it looks ugly IMO.
NP8230 specs from Clevo
NP8250 specs

The NP8250-S is the exact same as the 8250 configured with GTX 780M and 16GB RAM. I think they only threw that in as a separate model to show they have a replacement for the NP9150.
Edited by Lombax - 6/2/13 at 9:15pm
    
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