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Get the Lenovo y510p and be happy.

Why would he be happy with a Y510P over a sager? those Lenovos? SLi 750ms? Low end SLI GPUs vs a single top tier gpu? They are close to the performance level of a GTX770m I would just get a single GPU over fighting with any SLI driver issues.
     
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post #12 of 16
because all he really wants is a minecraft and a light gamer. my lenovo y500 with sli 650 can play most of the games. i can sort of play bf3 with it but the limitation is the cpu as i only have an i5. if he gets an i7 them he would be set for that.

with what i have an i5 3230m and a sli 650 i get about 17fps on bf3. thats with med setting and cpu at 100% and gpus at ~65% because of cpu bottle necking.

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also i have played grid 2 just fine along with dota 2 and crysis 3
Edited by bobfig - 10/11/13 at 7:29pm
post #13 of 16
Don't let the thread to off-topic because of me! I just wanted to see proof that the copper cooling upgrade really isn't just a gimmick and actually does help with temps..

OPs laptop configuration looks good, but it isn't going to last very long on a battery due to the 8970m.
     
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ok now i see. the op that laptop is nice and should do just about anything you point it at. but like said before battery life may suck.
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I am really not concerned with battery life. This is a high end laptop for gaming not an ultra book. I will be plugged in when I get to my destination for sure. I am only looking to quinch my gaming thirst while I am away from my home pc. See link below titled Remedy. She is a beast lol
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I am really not concerned with battery life. This is a high end laptop for gaming not an ultra book. I will be plugged in when I get to my destination for sure. I am only looking to quinch my gaming thirst while I am away from my home pc. See link below titled Remedy. She is a beast lol

How cruel to make a man look at what he's pooling together all his money to get by selling everything he has. tongue.gif
     
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