hey i need a new gaming laptop but i dont know what i will buy somone have any ideas?
Games you are playing?
ASUS makes some really nice gaming laptops. It'll probably depend on what kind of games you're going to be playing, but if you're looking for a gaming laptop, I'm going to assume the most demanding games.
Here are some to consider:
There are also some laptops out there that have Core i7 CPU's, but they're only clocked at 1.6Ghz.
Also, here's one from Toshiba to consider (has a Core i5, but GPU and resolution isn't as good):
Yes, I would have to agree with Vortex. ASUS makes some really nice G series Republic of Gamers notebooks for mid-range gaming.
Here's two more that are really nice (I'm still a little skeptical about a 1.6Ghz i7 though):
Both of them come with an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 and 8GB of ram. The only thing that I feel is missing is a blu-ray drive, and I would also like to see a higher clocked processor.
Yeah, ASUS has recently released their G73 series gaming notebooks to the American market equipped with an i7 mobile, 8GB DDR3, and DX11 GPU.
Do you think it's really worth it though with only a 1.6Ghz processor?
Yes. I'm glad ASUS spent more on the video card than on the CPU because it is a "gaming" laptop, after all.
Even though it says 1.6 ghz its quite fast. Turbo Boost guys!
And if you would find a Core 2 cpu at 1.6 ghz the i7 would beat it. Core clock is just a number! Not saying it doesnt matter, but the architechture is more important.
If you had a Core 2 operate at 2.1Ghz wouldn't it beat out the i7 though? And what is Turbo Boost anyway?
Asus G51VX is a beast.
No it would not-the i7 is hyperthreaded so it can do up to 40% more at the same clock+turbo boost means that when a core is under load it "clocks up" faster than the normal speed.
Oh, well then get the i7 version, lol. Sounds amazing.
THe i7s turbo mode can clock it to about 2.8 GHZ.
Also Hyper Threading makes each core emulate 2 cores. Giving you 8 threads. Turbo mode is nice in laptops, because when you dont need extra power you save battery :)
That CPU is extreme, so spend money on a graphics card, thats what makes most of the gaming difference.
Asus simply can't be beat when you factor in price, quality, and performance. If you are looking for an all out bad boy and don't mind spending around 1500 I suggest you get an Alienware with an intel i/3/5/7 and a GTX 260 or better.
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