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Originally Posted by aBanana144p View Post

Will GTX970m and 980m become cheaper because of this? I was looking at laptops and the cheapest 970m laptop is ~$1,200-1,300 mad.gif . The only real good value laptops are the ones with 960m/i5.frown.gif

I've been looking for a laptop recently and the value is definitely at the 950-960m level. There's a decent gap in performance between the 960m and 970m but there's also quite a hefty power consumption increase and required cooling in a laptop for one. The 960m is a great blend of performance and low power consumption for small form factors. It's kind of sad seeing a full size chip in a laptop..the power consumption is going to be enormous, not to mention the cooling and thickness of the laptop...
post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by TheReciever View Post

We already had am article stating this was not the case?

Yeah this one.
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Originally Posted by bigkahuna360 View Post

+1

Not wanting to start a war here, but I want my laptop to run cool as well as not taking up my battery in an hour.

I'd've loved to see a 980 in a laptop though. Would have made work fun in those dead hours of the night. biggrin.gif

Clevo P870DM

Or get the Asus GX700 if you enjoy having a colostomy bag attached to your laptop
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