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I don't think I've ever seen a gaming grade laptop that had good battery life. I honestly thought that was par for the course.

Just thought I'd let people know. The average person would look for about two hours of gaming on a laptop. This will maybe get 45 minutes.
     
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Just thought I'd let people know. The average person would look for about two hours of gaming on a laptop. This will maybe get 45 minutes.
Unless you use the Intel graphics card for your battery gaming session...
The 4600 on my i7 4700mq is quite good. Can run most of my games, just gotta lower the settings just a bit...
Some games I don't even select the 765m for it, its just not needed.
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Just thought I'd let people know. The average person would look for about two hours of gaming on a laptop. This will maybe get 45 minutes.
Unless you use the Intel graphics card for your battery gaming session...
The 4600 on my i7 4700mq is quite good. Can run most of my games, just gotta lower the settings just a bit...
Some games I don't even select the 765m for it, its just not needed.

I had the option to get a 740M, but I wasnt gonn put another $150 into it and I run 1080p so that doesnt help much either. I can run Skyrim at 40-50FPS at 1366x768p at lowest settings except landscape at medium. tongue.gif I overclocked it to 1450MHz stable and it does pretty well at 1080p.

EDIT: Most of the time I play on battery so it doesnt always use it fully.
     
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first time ive ever seen pc price gouge as a scorce hahah

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If you're the laptop guy, then you should know about the Dynaudio built-in speakers on MSI gaming laptops wink.gif

- Yours, former OCN Audio guy tongue.gif

PFFFFFFFFFT i have a 5.1 speakers system in my Np8180 that is simply epic for a laptop
     
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