Originally Posted by Imglidinhere
I still don't see how that makes any sense... the laptop that can equip dual GPUs is the equal to the Asus that only holds one? I'm not following you here...
And xoticpc is showing the price required coming from the stock single card. They aren't charging another $600 to go from one 780M to dual 780Ms. The price doesn't update actively... I thought that would be obvious... but oh well.
I see what you mean about dual GPU vs. single GPU capable machine. I suppose that's not an apples to apples comparison. It's taken me a while to figure out which one more closely matches the G750, and it looks like the NP8295 is the right one to compare to. It's $1519.00 with Windows 8, GTX 770M and 12GB of RAM, same specs at the G750 but $19 more. 770M --- not a 780M for the same price. 780M option replaces the 770M for +$350
As for XoticPC charging $600 more for a second 780M, they most certainly do. Single 780M in that SLI-capable Haswell Sager adds $250 over the stock AMD choice. Adding a second 780M brings it to a +$850 upcharge. Math shows that second 780M is $600 of the $850 upgrade over stock.
I'm not sure how this got into a pissing match, the OP asked if a 780M will run BF4 acceptably, and I believe it will. LOL.
GregEdited by hammong - 8/25/13 at 4:44pm