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How far would a 4700mq & 780M trail behind 4770k & 780

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I really want to be able to game while on the move and I feel like I would really enjoy the freedom. What I'm worried about is how much a 4700mq and 780M would fall behind in performance compared to a 4770k and regular 780, maybe even overclocked? If the difference is ridiculous I might just stick with desktop gaming. I know to expect a big performance gap, but does anyone know more accurately what to expect?
Edited by Spudinske - 6/25/13 at 3:00pm
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CPU Won't make a noticeable difference. Here's a quote on the GPU From here : http://www.techspot.com/news/52754-nvidia-unveils-geforce-gtx-700m-gpus-780m-claims-fastest-mobile-graphics.html
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The GTX 780M (i.e. the GTX 700M flagship) boasts 1,536 CUDA cores, 4GB of 256-bit GDDR5 and a base clock of 823MHz. By comparison, a full Geforce GTX 780 (desktop version) features 2,304 CUDA cores, a 863MHz base clock and 384-bit GDDR5. Although certainly outgunned by its desktop-based brother, Nvidia's GTX 780M is a relatively close mobile adaptation and plenty fast for modern titles.
I think it will slightly beat a gtx 580, and my 580 still games fine. biggrin.gif
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GTX 780 is 30-60% faster than GTX 780m.
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I really want to be able to game while on the move and I feel like I would really enjoy the freedom. What I'm worried about is how much a 4700mq and 780M would fall behind in performance compared to a 4770k and regular 780, maybe even overclocked? If the difference is ridiculous I might just stick with desktop gaming. I know to expect a big performance gap, but does anyone know more accurately what to expect?

The GTX 780m is a GTX 680 Desktop at lower clocks. Expect around GTX 660ti - GTX 670 performance.

As for the CPU's i see you've mentioned the Unlocked (K) Desktop version which insinuates you might overclock it. Obviously clocks would play a large part, but the i7 4700MQ is a very strong CPU and doesn't have the desktop cooling issues because theres no IHS on it.

Edit: The GTX 780m pulls 7600P on 3d mark 11 while using unoptimized drivers. You throw another 135 Core clock and another 200 Memory clock you can expect maybe around 8200P 3d mark 11.
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I really want to be able to game while on the move and I feel like I would really enjoy the freedom. What I'm worried about is how much a 4700mq and 780M would fall behind in performance compared to a 4770k and regular 780, maybe even overclocked? If the difference is ridiculous I might just stick with desktop gaming. I know to expect a big performance gap, but does anyone know more accurately what to expect?

It'd be on par with what you're using right now.

If you were to directly compare it to your desktop, you'd find that the only difference would be with the CPU that you'd have in the laptop. It'd be slower, but that's not the noticeable thing by these days. tongue.gif

But yeah, the 780M is a GTX 680 in all honesty, so don't go thinking it's a mobile micro Titan. tongue.gif I mean... it IS, figuratively of couse. redface.gif
     
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