Wednesday, May 28th 2014

Dominate Gaming with 15.6-inch GIGABYTE P25 v2 Gaming Laptop

GIGABYTE announced the most powerful gaming laptop in their lineup today, with a phenomenal 3DMark 11 score of P8500 - the 15.6" P25 v2. The top-notch GTX 880M GDDR5 8GB discrete graphics in this unit grants gamers unrivaled graphic details and ultra-smooth motion rarely available on laptop platforms. The P25 v2 boasts a smashingly sleek outline accompanied by stylish chrome yellow and silver trim, making this speedy gaming machine stand out from the crowd as its astonishing performance edges over competitors. Its 4th-gen Intel Core i7 processor takes power efficiency to another level, readying P25 v2 with enhanced battery life for more gaming. This is a highly integrated personal mobile center which is perfect for conquering challenges in the gaming world and for enjoying quality multimedia entertainment. Thrill-seekers would definitely find the P25 v2 a dream all-rounder.

Phenomenal Graphics with GTX 880M & 4th-gen Intel Core i7 processor
This raging beast achieves stunning P8500 in 3DMark 11. Powered by the top-tier NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880M GDDR5 8GB discrete graphics, P25 v2 is simply incredible for a laptop in its form factor. The 4th-gen Intel Core i7 quad-core processor infuses more horsepower for hardcore gaming yet is utterly power-efficient for superior battery life when running integrated graphics. P25 v2 boasts a unique design of expanded dual air vents, ensuring optimal cooling while gaming. The massive dual storage supports two mSATA SSD up to 512GB and one 1.5TB HDD that combines speed and capacity, plus RAID 0 ensuring lightning transmission for rapid boots after startup and ultra-responsive operations in gaming. Its 16GB RAM is not only more than enough for seamless gaming, but also readies users with workstation-class power for media creation tools. P25 v2 makes a great portable solution for those that need 3D power for either gaming or running pro-graphics applications on the move.

Hi-def Video Playback & Massive Data Backup
Its 1080p wide viewing-angle matte display* delivers 170° wide-angle view, reduces eye strain and eliminates image contamination due to glare from conventional room lighting with additional 72% NTSC wide color gamut that helps enhance both image quality and details. Dolby Digital Plus Home Theater optimizes sound clarity and effects for a high-fidelity audio experience. The embedded 4 Speakers plus 1 Subwoofer renders dynamic yet realistic surround. The built-in high-end Blu-ray Rewritable Drive* supports all the latest media in crystal clear HD quality yet records data to BDXL format as much as 128GB. Backing up large amounts of data without Internet access or cloud services will never be an issue. P25 v2 delivers a cinematic gaming experience and unprecedented convenience perfect either for mobile gaming or multimedia entertainment.
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4 Comments on Dominate Gaming with 15.6-inch GIGABYTE P25 v2 Gaming Laptop

#1
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
Sorry but you can't "dominate" gaming with a laptop.
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TheinsanegamerN
by: Easy Rhino
Sorry but you can't "dominate" gaming with a laptop.
Easy there, Mr. PC Desktop master race. Consider the following. The geforce 880m runs Battlefield 4 at 51FPS at maximum possible details at 1080p resolution. now, on a 15 inch 1080p screen, you dont really need anti aliasing, meaning you can turn that down to 4x msaa instead of 16x, or off altogether, and considerably boost FPS. now, since the standard refresh rate is 60FPS on laptop screens, we are now running at the refresh cap that most people run at.

Well, look at that, we are running the same game with the same or greater detail than many people play at, since many people do not play at the absolute highest settings.

The same argument applies to any other pc game out today.

So tell me again how you cant "dominate" gaming with a laptop, especially since this machine has more than enough power to play anything out on the market today?
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#3
nunomoreira10
Bahh 8Gb gddr5.
and gtx 780ti owners still have to live with 3Gb
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Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
by: TheinsanegamerN
Easy there, Mr. PC Desktop master race. Consider the following. The geforce 880m runs Battlefield 4 at 51FPS at maximum possible details at 1080p resolution. now, on a 15 inch 1080p screen, you dont really need anti aliasing, meaning you can turn that down to 4x msaa instead of 16x, or off altogether, and considerably boost FPS. now, since the standard refresh rate is 60FPS on laptop screens, we are now running at the refresh cap that most people run at.

Well, look at that, we are running the same game with the same or greater detail than many people play at, since many people do not play at the absolute highest settings.

The same argument applies to any other pc game out today.

So tell me again how you cant "dominate" gaming with a laptop, especially since this machine has more than enough power to play anything out on the market today?
Because when it comes to gaming performance this laptop is essentially a mediocre desktop from 2 years ago but you pay today's premium for it...
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