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MSI GT70 ONE 276US Gaming Laptop Help Please

Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by Asus7950DCII, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. Asus7950DCII New Member

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    Well After more research i have chosen to Buy *in the future*
    The Msi GT70 One 276US Gaming laptop:
    http://www.msimobile.com/level3_productpage.aspx?cid=6&id=367

    i would like to know more about this Machine :

    1) Is it comfortable?
    2) whats the Average Fps for this Laptop in Crysis on high settings?
    3) whats the Average Fps for this Laptop in Metro 2033 on high settings?
    4) does it have any Cooling Problems?
    5) does it have any problems at all?

    now a different question do all the Asus G75 Vw Models have 3d?
    How many Fps Would an G75 DS 71 Get on Battlefield3 High settings?
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    From my experience you would be better off getting a regular computer with great specs.

    For instance, I got a run-of-the-mill high-end HP laptop, its specs were

    i7 2630QM
    8GB DDR3
    HD 6850
    17" 3D 1080p Screen
    3D Blu-Ray / DVD / CD writer
    Wireless video / Wirelss Hotspot technology

    All this for just about $1000 a year ago.

    'Gaming' laptops are marked up quite a bit.
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    okay but i need mobility and you didnt answers my questions please dont go off topic
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    Here read this thread. :toast:
    Asus7950DCII says thanks.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    You can also check Alienware M17x.
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    thanks but no thanks i have just read reviews about it and in every single one of them there is a problem 1 came D.O.A 1 had glitches a burned keyboard the other had to replace 5 motherboards i will settle for the MSI 276 once i get more info about it
    and if im not happy i will go for the Asus As a last resort :D
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    My friend has the M17x it has worked perfectly since day one going on almost a year now.
    It has the I7 and the 7970, no heat issues unlike the Nvidia equivalent and gets more use then his X6/7970 desktop.

    The thing is if you have a problem with Alienware/Dell they will make it right.
    If you have a problem with MSI or ASUS your going to have a nightmare with customer service, if you have to RMA it you will likely get a laptop with more problems then the one you sent in.

    Oh did i mention the M17x has an HDMI input that is by far its best feature.
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    good to know
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    but im still afraid as shit
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    This is mobile, its a laptop for fucks sake. If you want to donate money to MSI be my guest:shadedshu

    Also, there is an edit button so you don't double post.
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    im on 5 different threads on 5 different sites sometime you get confused with the thread

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