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That sounds... pretty awesome actually. BF4 is another title I play as well, I'm not looking for a replacement for my desktop... mainly something that will let me play some games after work on my upcoming trip and then also be productive and nice enough to do some programming/web browsing/etc. afterwards.

Do you find the 4k worth it? or if I can land a 1080p version for cheaper money would it be better to go that route? I game at 1440p on my desktop, so not having 4k wouldn't bother me.

The 4K is not worth it when it comes to gaming at the present.

At the time of the purchase of the laptop, the 4K version with 250GB SSD and 16GB RAM was only $100 more expensive compared to the 1080p and 1TB SSHD and 8GB RAM version.

It was a no-brainer for me to pick up the 4K version.

The 1080p is better suited for your needs.

Also, forgot to mention, the laptop speakers with its JBL Audio enhancement is very loud. It also comes with a 1" subwoofer to feel that lower end oooomph. My friends with their puny laptop speakers were very surprised to hear the clarity and the bass coming from my laptop. Watching movies is a treat.

The only downside to this laptop is the crappy track-pad. The buttons don't register too well when clicking and dragging. GET A MOUSE!!!!

PS - It was mentioned earlier that earlier models suffered from bleeding of the screen. Mine didn't come with any and I'm pretty confident that current models have been fixed of the bleeding.
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I have owned two sager laptops, not sure they come in under your budget but both have been flawless. Beyond that I have owned two lenovo's that have both had a few issues, but Lenovo fixed them quickly. I got my wife an MSI last year its the one with the A10 and 7970, and it has been a nightmare. We have had 2 dead screens, one dead gpu, one dead motherboard...and currently its in for who knows whats wrong(it just says it cannot find media, but bios senses hdd). I am sure not every MSI is that way, and in fairness I have had more problems with MSI than the average for sure, so take that with a grain of salt.


Looks like this sager would do well http://www.xoticpc.com/sager-np7255-clevo-n155rd-p-8671.html
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Originally Posted by DaClownie View Post

That sounds... pretty awesome actually. BF4 is another title I play as well, I'm not looking for a replacement for my desktop... mainly something that will let me play some games after work on my upcoming trip and then also be productive and nice enough to do some programming/web browsing/etc. afterwards.

Do you find the 4k worth it? or if I can land a 1080p version for cheaper money would it be better to go that route? I game at 1440p on my desktop, so not having 4k wouldn't bother me.

The 4K is not worth it when it comes to gaming at the present.

At the time of the purchase of the laptop, the 4K version with 250GB SSD and 16GB RAM was only $100 more expensive compared to the 1080p and 1TB SSHD and 8GB RAM version.

It was a no-brainer for me to pick up the 4K version.

The 1080p is better suited for your needs.

Also, forgot to mention, the laptop speakers with its JBL Audio enhancement is very loud. It also comes with a 1" subwoofer to feel that lower end oooomph. My friends with their puny laptop speakers were very surprised to hear the clarity and the bass coming from my laptop. Watching movies is a treat.

The only downside to this laptop is the crappy track-pad. The buttons don't register too well when clicking and dragging. GET A MOUSE!!!!

PS - It was mentioned earlier that earlier models suffered from bleeding of the screen. Mine didn't come with any and I'm pretty confident that current models have been fixed of the bleeding.

The 4k would only really be desirable for the clean, crisp viewing when working with 2D applications such as doing some programming and web browsing. I'd play games at 1080p. Other than this y50, I hadn't looked at a single 4K laptop.
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I have owned two sager laptops, not sure they come in under your budget but both have been flawless. Beyond that I have owned two lenovo's that have both had a few issues, but Lenovo fixed them quickly. I got my wife an MSI last year its the one with the A10 and 7970, and it has been a nightmare. We have had 2 dead screens, one dead gpu, one dead motherboard...and currently its in for who knows whats wrong(it just says it cannot find media, but bios senses hdd). I am sure not every MSI is that way, and in fairness I have had more problems with MSI than the average for sure, so take that with a grain of salt.


Looks like this sager would do well http://www.xoticpc.com/sager-np7255-clevo-n155rd-p-8671.html

The Sager starts under budget, and once you jump the specs it goes slightly over which is to be expected. with a SSD it puts me just slightly over.

How's the display quality on Sager machines you've used? Just regular old fashioned TN panels? or are they nice and crisp with good viewing angles, decent blacks, etc.

Thanks everyone for your feedback so far, this has been some awesome information and I feel more informed and more confused than ever. lol
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I will be honest that I am not a critic of screens....but I have no complaints. Colors seem good, I am looking at Diablo 3 right now and the blacks seem black. The viewing angle on the one I have now is great, I am at a 60 degree and there is no change at all from straight on.
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Sager is largely clevo oem's. Every brand has to have there lemon but thus far my experience with them has been well met.
    
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And I had to open my mouth.....35 minutes ago, started getting some glitches on screen and less than 5 minutes later everything went dark...no video output at all. Guess I am going to be RMA'ing.
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And I had to open my mouth.....35 minutes ago, started getting some glitches on screen and less than 5 minutes later everything went dark...no video output at all. Guess I am going to be RMA'ing.

Shoot, sorry man!

I'm going to do some research here, maybe put together 3-5 models and put them up here, maybe get your input once i've narrowed down my choices. I do need to pull the trigger soon though, don't want to be without a PC on these trips
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I know this isn't a full gamer laptop I suppose (not the Alienware line of Dell) but...

http://www.amazon.com/Dell-Inspiron-i7559-763BLK-Full-HD-GeForce/dp/B015PYYDMQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1446266500&sr=8-1&keywords=i7559-763BLK

This seems pretty damn good for the money?

i5 quad core,
960m 4gb ddr5 model
8gb of ram (reviews seem to say it's expandable to 16gb)
256gb Sandisk SSD (reviews state that there's room for a second drive behind a single screw secured hatch)
1080p 15.6 screen

$799 + tax
Edited by DaClownie - 10/30/15 at 9:51pm
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I know this isn't a full gamer laptop I suppose (not the Alienware line of Dell) but...

http://www.amazon.com/Dell-Inspiron-i7559-763BLK-Full-HD-GeForce/dp/B015PYYDMQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1446266500&sr=8-1&keywords=i7559-763BLK

This seems pretty damn good for the money?

i5 quad core,
960m 4gb ddr5 model
8gb of ram (reviews seem to say it's expandable to 16gb)
256gb Sandisk SSD (reviews state that there's room for a second drive behind a single screw secured hatch)
1080p 15.6 screen

$799 + tax

Actually looks like a good buy.
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Originally Posted by DaClownie View Post

I know this isn't a full gamer laptop I suppose (not the Alienware line of Dell) but...

http://www.amazon.com/Dell-Inspiron-i7559-763BLK-Full-HD-GeForce/dp/B015PYYDMQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1446266500&sr=8-1&keywords=i7559-763BLK

This seems pretty damn good for the money?

i5 quad core,
960m 4gb ddr5 model
8gb of ram (reviews seem to say it's expandable to 16gb)
256gb Sandisk SSD (reviews state that there's room for a second drive behind a single screw secured hatch)
1080p 15.6 screen

$799 + tax

Actually looks like a good buy.

Agreeing with you... Lets see if anyone happens to notice this thread that owns it on OCN. Their pictures of the cooling seem decent and one of the reviews mentioned GPU staying below 70 during gaming. All good signs. I really like the idea of having an i7... but quad core should cover me fine I'd imagine for some on the road gaming.
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