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hey guys i have decided on the GX 660R From MSi and was thinking of buying the said laptop

now iam not sure when will the new laptops hit the market and can wait a bit if some good ones are coming out soon

any help would be nice and also any other models which i shld look into price range is around 1500$
 

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G73 are way overpriced in india

if iam not wrong they are like double the ones i told u

iam going for either MSI GX 660 R or the Dell XPS 15 but iam not sure if XPS 15 is any good compared to the msi

also i like the 1920x1080 resolution alot on msi

what do u guys suggest?
 

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If you have the budget then go for the Msi lappy.
 

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Go with the MSI laptop.
 

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Between those two, MSI is the better.
 

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R has 1080p. Get the r version.

I would recommend the GT680r if you can get it, but it might be out of your price range.
 

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guys now some1 tell me thats msi have build problems and some heat issues is that true?

also some1 told me i shld get a dell XPS 15 and trun that into Full HD?

how can i turn a laptop config?

I like the MSI's personally, they tend to get really hot, but its not a problem that can't be solved, a few copper shims and Ram sinks and your good to go, but you also get RAID support with the MSI.
 

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guys now some1 tell me thats msi have build problems and some heat issues is that true?

also some1 told me i shld get a dell XPS 15 and trun that into Full HD?

how can i turn a laptop config?

If it has heat issues, they wouldn't even have put it on the market.

the Dell XPS 15 is no bad solution, I'd still recommend the MSI due to it's GPU.
the Dell XPS 15 already has a native 1080p resolution, so I have no idea what the guy is talking about.
 

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also guys whats the basic difference btw GX 660 And GX 660R?

the R version aint available in india so will i miss out on 2 much if i dont buy the R?

...read the first post on this page.

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http://www.newtechnology.co.in/dell-xps-15-price-l501x/

here is the review for the dell XPS 15 it says 720p

Did you look on Dell's site? A review is a review, it does not mean they have the latest specs. It comes with 1080p.
 

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Limes i dont know why but see these links

GX 660 Normal with 720p

http://www.smcinternational.in/index...art&Itemid=175

GX 660 With Full HD

http://www.smcinternational.in/index...art&Itemid=175

now iam not sure but if i calculate the 1st GX 660 it comes upto 1600$ for me ( Around )

and the GX 660 Full HD Comes upto 1800$ or so for me

now iam not sure if the Full HD displayed here is the R version or the normal version with full HD not sure tbh but i have a feeling that it is the R version coz it is very similar in specs to the R

what do u think?

GX 660 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...1&Tpk=GX%20660

GX 660R http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-211-_-Product

i guess its the R version but in india no one carees for the exact and they just wrote Full HD instead of R i guess?
 

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Unless they upgrade the screen themselves, their site has some serious typos.

I know for a fact the GX660 comes with a 1366x768 and the GX660r has a 1920x1080p screen.

I would contact them to get exact specs or look for sellers who can ship to the U.S, as it stands I wouldn't buy from them.

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also LIMES i checked i guess its 720p but can u see and confirm

http://www.dell.com/in/p/xps-l502x/fs

Click customize, 1080p is an option.
 
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