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My budget is $2000 - $3000. Not counting ssd.

With that note the only thing i'd change is the CPU, my opinion stands for the rest.
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I bought a sager 9150(15.6") a year ago. I will advise you of a couple things.

Make sure you get the 17" model. i7 and high end GPU put out a ton of heat. The 15" is too compact and can't cool properly, so the 17" is a much better choice.

Get whichever cpu runs the coolest.

Get the 780 if you can afford it.

Get a 240-256 gig ssd. I would advise you to pick one out yourself and install it. I recommend Samsung 840 pro(its the #1 on the market right now) and pair it with a mechanical drive.

I got the 2 year warranty from XoticPC. I would recommend the 2-3 year warranty; it is a lot easier than dealing with Sager.
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This is what I was contemplating too. The differences I've noticed between the Sandy-based CPUs and the models following aren't great enough to reliably justify a reason to buy the desktop model over the laptop. Hence why the laptop market is such a great thing to invest in. tongue.gif

The only reason I'd go for the 9570 is if I grabbed the 3930K. There is absolutely NO reason to use the stock 3820 with that machine. The larger cache is nice, but 2MB is NOT going to be seen in a laptop, unless you're playing a lot of games that only use a single core... World of Tanks would LOVE that chip... which is kinda ironic, but that's a different topic.

The 9390-S is probably the best buy for the money. The 8970M IS a rebranded 7970M, however it's got a fair boost to its base core clock speeds that bring it well beyond the 770M AND the higher bandwidth it brings allows the chip to literally fly through ANY game with the Anti-Aliasing maxed out without any slowdowns. It's akin to the GTX 580 in terms of raw performance, with greater DX11 tessellation performance on top of it all. In short, the 9390 is waaay better of a choice than the 9570. I've seen and held the X7200 (Same chassis as the NP9570) and it's just retarded... it's absolutely HUGE in every possible interpretation of the word.

But yeah... Hope that helps a little... redface.gif
     
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