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I know you guys might disagree but this laptop is good for gaming

Gateway NV9542u

So far this laptop is amazing for its price, i can play Crysis all settings medium, MW2 all on high no lag, bad company 2 medium settings no lag at all. It is pretty impressive for 529.99
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post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by Qosmio View Post
Unfortunately the Vram on the two cards don't combine. They use only one card's memory. The lowest number available so there's no stability issues. In SLI mode, I'd imagine that the Dual 460M setup would outperform the Dual 5870M.

The GTX 460M overclocks really well too. Don't know if that helps you factor in a choice. I've got mine at 800/1600/3000 (max memory overclock allowed in Afterburner). Not to mention they stay nice and chilly even in SLI mode as mine has yet to hit over 65*C with the overclock.

If he's looking for a $2000 machine I can't really help you there but if he wants a machine that'll do whatever you really want, The high end Qosmio machines from Toshiba are pretty nice.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16834214053
nice to hear about the OC ability with those cards, the big thing that is throwing me from the toshiba is the 1 year warrenty vs asus's badass warrenty, he'll be in israel so who knows whats ganna blow up around him...
post #23 of 23
Good choice with the Asus, just got myself a G73 with i5 540m, 460m, 6gb DDR3. Came out to like 1200 with tax and it plays everything really well!
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