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Hi all,

Sorry for the ambiguous title but I'm in need of some advice. I've been looking at buying a gaming laptop for the last few weeks (a desktop is out of the question, I move around too much). I'm going to buy it where ever it's cheapest (most likely the US) and have it shipped to where I am. The most important things are:
  • Must have 17"+ screen (1920x1080 or above)
  • Must have NVIDIA GPU (GTX 460M or above)
  • Must have Sandybridge CPU (2630QM or above)
  • Must have 8GB DDR3 memory
  • Must have two hard drive bays

I've been looking at the ASUS G73 and the Alienware M17x, they both come with fairly similar specs but very different price tags. I've never really done much research into the US market before but this is the best I've come up with so far:

G73 on Best buy

That's a sort of base line specification, I already have a pair of 750GB hard drives to put in so hard drive capacity isn't important, whatever it comes with (unless it's an SSD) will either be sold or used in an external device.

I'd greatly appreciate any help or advice, I was really liking the Alienware until I found the newer ASUS model also comes with a Sandybridge. My budget is around $2000 and custom models are something I'll consider, too.

Big thanks in advance.
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Newegg's list http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...e=&srchInDesc=

Way out of your region though!
 
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Newegg's list http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...e=&srchInDesc=

Way out of your region though!
What do you mean by, "your region"? I said I wanted to get one from the US and my budget is $2000 so all of those are fine as far as that goes.

What's the difference between this and the one I posted earlier at Best buy? Is it just the Blu-Ray burner? I can't see any other immediate differences. A DVDRW is fine but a Blu-Ray reader would be nice, not important, though. I don't need a Blu-Ray burner.
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Newegg has a better GTX 460, comes with 3dVision Kit, and a backpack. Also a 120Hz screen. The both have Bluray and that CPU you want.

I am signing out until ~9PM. I have subscribed to the thread and will answer any more question later tonight.
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Newegg has a better GTX 460, comes with 3dVision Kit, and a backpack. Also a 120Hz screen. The both have Bluray and that CPU you want.
Ah, that was one reason I was tending towards the Alienware, it had the 120Hz screen and 3D vision bundle. I'm not all that interested in 3D but a capable screen isn't something I'd complain about. Getting that bundle direct from Alienware is around $2200 which is what I was actually looking at in the checkout and decided I had to do a bit more research and found a few other comparable systems for much less.

Still, I'm not sure if the extra $500 is worth it for a better screen and blu-ray burner I don't need... Does anyone know of any other options?
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Hi all,

Sorry for the ambiguous title but I'm in need of some advice. I've been looking at buying a gaming laptop for the last few weeks (a desktop is out of the question, I move around too much). I'm going to buy it where ever it's cheapest (most likely the US) and have it shipped to where I am. The most important things are:
  • Must have 17"+ screen (1920x1080 or above)
  • Must have NVIDIA GPU (GTX 460M or above)
  • Must have Sandybridge CPU (2630QM or above)
  • Must have 8GB DDR3 memory
  • Must have two hard drive bays

I've been looking at the ASUS G73 and the Alienware M17x, they both come with fairly similar specs but very different price tags. I've never really done much research into the US market before but this is the best I've come up with so far:

G73 on Best buy

That's a sort of base line specification, I already have a pair of 750GB hard drives to put in so hard drive capacity isn't important, whatever it comes with (unless it's an SSD) will either be sold or used in an external device.

I'd greatly appreciate any help or advice, I was really liking the Alienware until I found the newer ASUS model also comes with a Sandybridge. My budget is around $2000 and custom models are something I'll consider, too.

Big thanks in advance.
OP you are making certain that the 750GB HDDs you have are 2.5" laptop drives and not 3.5" desktop drives right? Forgive me, I'm not trying to do anything but make sure you don't overlook that. I've seen a lot of people do it. Even having 2.5" drives doesn't guarantee that they will fit all laptops do to different bay designs.

If you're looking for the best bang per buck of the upper end laptops then look to Clevo based sellers like Sager or DigitalStorm. You might even want to look at Eurocom.
     
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XoticPC.com is the only place I would buy a new laptop from.

Ask for J.P


Great service, and they will help pick out the exact laptop you are looking for.
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OP you are making certain that the 750GB HDDs you have are 2.5" laptop drives and not 3.5" desktop drives right? Forgive me, I'm not trying to do anything but make sure you don't overlook that. I've seen a lot of people do it. Even having 2.5" drives doesn't guarantee that they will fit all laptops do to different bay designs.
Thanks for your concern but they are 2.5". I actually know what I'm doing in that respect and the only reason I have them is because the one is in my current laptop and the other is in a generic caddy as a backup drive but when I replace this laptop I'll want to use them both.

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If you're looking for the best bang per buck of the upper end laptops then look to Clevo based sellers like Sager or DigitalStorm. You might even want to look at Eurocom.
I've looked at Clevo but most of them seem to be extremely high-end and beyond my price range, I could possibly stretch to around $2250 but I don't want a totally monsterous machine. I do want a desktop replacement as I don't have access to my desktop but do want to get some decent gaming going. Do you have any sellers you could recommend?

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XoticPC.com is the only place I would buy a new laptop from.

Ask for J.P


Great service, and they will help pick out the exact laptop you are looking for.
Thanks for that, I'll check them out. If they ship internationally then that's fantastic but if they only ship in the US, that's fine too.
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Thanks for your concern but they are 2.5". I actually know what I'm doing in that respect and the only reason I have them is because the one is in my current laptop and the other is in a generic caddy as a backup drive but when I replace this laptop I'll want to use them both.



I've looked at Clevo but most of them seem to be extremely high-end and beyond my price range, I could possibly stretch to around $2250 but I don't want a totally monsterous machine. I do want a desktop replacement as I don't have access to my desktop but do want to get some decent gaming going. Do you have any sellers you could recommend?



Thanks for that, I'll check them out. If they ship internationally then that's fantastic but if they only ship in the US, that's fine too.
Again I hope you don't think I attacked you or anything. I just feel really bad when people overlook things.

What exactly are you throwing in those Clevos to get them past 2k? For the Sager NP8170 (a Clevo based model iirc) all you need to do is throw a GTX485m in there and you have about 100-200USD left to mess around with.
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Again I hope you don't think I attacked you or anything. I just feel really bad when people overlook things.
No no, it's fine, I really did appreciate the concern.

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What exactly are you throwing in those Clevos to get them past 2k? For the Sager NP8170 (a Clevo based model iirc) all you need to do is throw a GTX485m in there and you have about 100-200USD left to mess around with.
With a 2630QM, GTX485m, 8GB RAM, and the Intel 6300WIFI card you hit just 2099USD.
Yeah, I've just been checking those ones out. The Clevos I was looking at before were X7200-based models and they were... Well, yeah. A bit more expensive because they use desktop parts... Do you think the 2720QM is getting over the 2630QM? Do these laptops allow overclocking? Does Sandybridge? I'm a bit out of the loop.
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