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M15x, or 11x?
4-year build.
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4-year build.
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WD Blue Caviar 320GB Windows 7 x64 DELL SE198WFP ThermalTake TR2 430w 
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post #22 of 38
I would say the G53, Asus are amazing and I love there design. Also look into HP Envy notebooks, very slim and nice looking. but also powerful.
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Dell 2405FPW Alienware Tacx Seasonic Gold 650w Silverstone FT03 
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post #23 of 38
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Ok so after doing a little editing and research I have come to these two. Input? Also the 8130 is out til march. not thinking that the video power is worth the extra dough. I do get a better CPU on the cheaper one too.

Sager NP8130 / Clevo P151HM1 - Out Of Stock ETA March
- 15.6” FHD 16:9 LED Backlit Wide screen (1920x1080) Super Clear Matte Type Screen
- Standard Dead Pixel Policy
- - 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-2630QM, 2.0-2.8GHz, (32nm, 6MB L3 cache)
- -Stock OEM Thermal Compound
- nVidia GeForce GTX 460M 1,536MB PCI-Express GDDR5 DX11
- No Video Adapter
- ~ 8,192MB DDR3 1333MHz Dual Channel Memory (2 SODIMMS)-
- Standard Finish
- ~Combo 8x8x6x4x Dual Layer DVD +/-R/RW 5x DVD-RAM 24x CD-R/RW Drive w/Software
- ~ 500GB 7200RPM (Serial-ATA II 300 - 16MB Cache)
- No Additional Hard Drive in ODD Bay - When Selecting, Optical Drive is NOT Included
- No Back Up Hard Drive
- NO External USB Optical Drive
- No Back Up Software
- No Floppy Drive
- Internal 7-in-1 Card Reader (MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/MS Pro Duo/SD/Mini-SD/MMC/RS)
- None Standard--
- Intel® Ultimate-N 6300 - 802.11A/B/G/N Wireless LAN Module
- No Network Accessory
- Built in 2.0 Megapixel Camera
- No TV Tuner
- Sound Blaster Compatible 3D Audio - Included
- No Carrying Case
- Smart Li-ion Battery (8-Cell)
- No Car Adapter
- None Standard*
- No Dock/Hub/Adapter
- Integrated Fingerprint Reader
- No External Keyboard or Mouse
- No Notebook Cooler
- No Thanks, Please do not Overclock my system (Overclocking will add 3-6 business days to build time)
- No Operating System Standard - Drivers & Utility Software Only
- No Office Software
- No Software Bundle
- 3 Year Labor* 1 Year Parts Warranty Lifetime -24/7 DOMESTIC Based- Toll Free Telephone Tech Support (Labor Warranty through Xotic PC)
Includes FREE Shipping Both Ways for Warranty Repairs
- No Xotic PC Gear
$1,244.00

Sager NP5160 / Clevo W150HN PRE ORDER
- 15.6” FHD 16:9 LED Backlit Wide screen (1920x1080) Super Clear Glare Type Screen
- Standard Dead Pixel Policy
- -2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-2720QM, 2.2-3.3GHz, (32nm, 6MB L3 cache)
- Stock Thermal Compound-
- nVidia GT 540M 1024MB PCI-Express GDDR3 DX11 with Optimus™ Technology
- No Video Adapter
- ~ 4,096MB DDR3 1333MHz Dual Channel Memory (2 SODIMMS)
- Standard Finish
- ~Combo 8x8x6x4x Dual Layer DVD +/-R/RW 5x DVD-RAM 24x CD-R/RW Drive w/Software
- ~ 320GB 7200RPM (Serial-ATA II 300 - 16MB Cache) - Default
- No Additional Hard Drive in ODD Bay - When Selecting, Optical Drive is NOT Included
- No Back Up Hard Drive
- NO External USB Optical Drive
- No Back Up Software
- No Floppy Drive
- Internal 4-in-1 Card Reader (SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO)
- Internal Bluetooth + EDR
- Intel® Ultimate-N 6300 - 802.11A/B/G/N Wireless LAN Module
- No Network Accessory
- Built in 2.0 Megapixel Camera
- No TV Tuner
- Sound Blaster Compatible 3D Audio - Included
- No Carrying Case
- NO Spare Battery
- No Car Adapter
- None Standard*
- No Dock/Hub/Adapter
- Integrated Fingerprint Reader
- No External Keyboard or Mouse
- No Notebook Cooler
- No Operating System Standard - Drivers & Utility Software Only
- No Office Software
- No Software Bundle
- 3 Year Labor 1 Year Parts, Lifetime Sager Toll Free Tech Support
- No Xotic PC Gear
$1,049.00
post #24 of 38
Check out this chart to compare the GPU's.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Compute...s.13849.0.html

I think that is the most important deciding factor between those two setups. Also, the NP5160 has a glossy screen and the NP8130 has a matte screen, just want to make sure you are aware of that.
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post #25 of 38
These are both out at the same time, they were halted due to the sandybridge issue. So march is the date for both of them.

And I was in your same situation a little while ago, it really comes down to gpu performance vs battery life. the gpu (and hdd) will be the bottle neck in both laptops but in the end I chose the the 8130 for the extra gaming potential.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-...ist.844.0.html
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Compute...s.13849.0.html
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-...st.2436.0.html
If you want to see the differences in the gpu and cpu.
post #26 of 38
Thread Starter 
ok cool imma call em and see if both are halted until march. If they are ill go with the 8130 and get a little more dough!
post #27 of 38
Thread Starter 
one more question. Do you guys think its worth waiting til march for the SB or just go with a 740qm or something?
post #28 of 38
wait, you obviously dont need the laptop right now, and its always best to wait till you need it, as if anything the price will go down or there will be more options available. Not to mention the 2630 beats the crap out of the 740
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post #30 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tovich View Post

Why?
the lotus is the NP8150, which is just a NP8130 except it has a stronger power supply to support a 485m (which is way out of his budget).. and a few other things like a rubber finish. Its more expensive than the NP8130 he was looking at and he would still need to tack on more money to get the upgrades he wanted.
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