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Kinda disappointed in with my Razer Blade 2015 with its lowly 970m now... redface.gif I wonder if I ask Razer VERY nicely if they'd let me trade it in for a new one worth a shot eh? lol

Honestly though, yeah I'm disappointed and I'm sure the 970m will suit my needs well, BUT that extra battery life and probably better thermals of the 1060 PLUS the extra frame rates sucks to see.
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I wonder why ppl still defend and justify for nvidia crazy price and claim 1080 is the high end chip deserving its $599-$699 price when its just a mobile chip in disgust...
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I wonder why ppl still defend and justify for nvidia crazy price and claim 1080 is the high end chip deserving its $599-$699 price when its just a mobile chip in disgust...

AMD is just too far behind. This is like core 2 duo vs athlonx2 all over again.

If AMD was simply faster, prices would be a bit lower. But Nvidia is pricing their chips relative to their competition. If Nvidia priced their chips aggressively. AMD graphic division would be out of business in 2 quarters. Plus Nvidia wouldn't make any money due to high wafer costs and high R and D.

E.g a 399 gtx 1080 and 279 1070, would basically drive polaris 10 pricing to 150 dollars and AMD would sell cards at a loss. The higher Nvidia's prices, the better it is for AMD profits.

599 is an alright price considering the increased price of finfet 699 is bad though since all partners increased their prices.
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I wonder why ppl still defend and justify for nvidia crazy price and claim 1080 is the high end chip deserving its $599-$699 price when its just a mobile chip in disgust...
Welcome to the world where nVidia has no opponent.
Even GP106 is better than what AMD maximum can do on 14nm.
So with GP104, GP102 it's a ballad in the park for nVidia and they can price it as they want.
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About a month ago I scored a laptop with an IPS screen, i7-4700MQ, 780M, 3 M2 drives in RAID 0 ( getting 1,500 MB reads) + 1 TB drive, 32 GB RAM, all for under $1K

I can't wait to upgrade to one of these in about a year or 2 for less than half the price wink.gif
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I wonder why ppl still defend and justify for nvidia crazy price and claim 1080 is the high end chip deserving its $599-$699 price when its just a mobile chip in disgust...

The competition sets the price, and right now they have none
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nah don't worry about it, new tech is always just around the corner. enjoy your 970m biggrin.gif

yeah i'm not stressin much. i've got a nice 980ti equipped desktop where 99.99% of my gaming happens. The laptop is really just for school and only really sees game time if i take it with me out of town.

But i have noticed there is some decent input lag with my 970m laptop and at 60Hz its meh. But i'm spoiled by my 1440p 144Hz 1ms 27" monitor lol.
So i'm a bit more jealous of the 120Hz 1080p panels these new laptops will have as well as a nice graphics boost to push the pixels.
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I just grabbed me a MSI 1060 laptop with gsync for $1599 off newegg. yolo
    
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Wow, the prices are steep. Then again I see 970M laptops going for 1200+ so maybe the mobile gaming market is just ridiculous in its own way. I guess this is where Nvidia's sky high next quarter guidance is coming from.
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So no chances for a 15 inch 1060m laptop for 1200 US dollars than?

God damn it.
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