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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Phusius

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    I did? u sure that wasnt my 7970 build? hmm delete it then, my bad
     
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    Nah, I'll leave it. Looks good! :toast:
     
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    I got my new gaming laptop today, a Samsung Series 7 with an Ivy Bridge Core i7 3610QM, GeForce GTX675M, 16GBs of 1600Mhz RAM, a gorgeous 120Hz LED screen and Blu ray player!

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    A close up of the keyboard while on the "Gaming" setting:

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    It has a large multi touch trackpad:

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    I installed a 128GBs Vertex 4 as the OS drive after updating it with the 1.4C firmware, which doubles the sequential write speed, and am using the second drive for games and apps:

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    The screen on this lappy is by far the best LED panel I've ever seen, I just need to hack the drivers so I can use it for 3D, as it has full 120Hz support!

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    Hope you guys like it, and please let me know what you think :) I'm still installing my games and will let you guys know how it performs! :rockout:
     
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    that is really sexy warlock
     
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    finally got a silverstone temjin TJ08e it fits all my specifications, it's small, cool, and quiet.

    Also it's really really easy to build in, best case I've ever owned.
     
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    i posted several days ago that i use Deepcool Assasin
    after i use that i notice that with that size the cooler should perform better than my xigmatek HDT-SD964
    the base of cooler looks flat with nickel plated but i just feel like something not right on that so i started to lap it and its what i found :banghead: the copper is not flat
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    and one more the backplate. it leaves mark . i guess Deepcool make a fault there :shadedshu
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    Very SEXY, kicks my gaming lappy in the bum :).

    Where do you work mate? Care to hook me up with a job? :laugh: :toast:
     
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    Crazy ass laptop! :toast:
     
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    Great looking laptop :eek: can't even begin to think about how much you would have to pay for that though :twitch:
     
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    LOL sorry mate, there's no openings right now, but I'll let you know if anything comes up :D

    Thanks, to be honest with you it was a very good deal, about $200 less than the 3D Asus G75 which I had already preordered at Amazon, but grew tired of waiting for; and more than $600 less than an Alienware with specs close to what this laptop packs :rockout:

    I finished installing everything last night, copied my 213GBs Steam folder to the other drive and cloned the OS partion to the SSD, this laptop already packs an 8GB SS cache drive soldered to the board, so that coupled to the Vertex 4 meant a boot time of around 15 secs! Unfortunately when I tried to reboot after updating Win7 the BIOS failed to recognize the Vertex drive.

    I rebooted again and the OS loaded without problems... I turned off the power and tried turning it back on, only to find the Vertex drive was missing again :(

    I went to the OCZ support forum, and it turns out this is a common occurrence with the vertex 4 on any kind of laptop! They are trying to isolate the problem to post a new firmware, for now I'm back to the regular 7200RPM OS drive, man it feels so sluggish after trying the vertex!! :(

    I hope OCZ can fix that soon as possible, as right now my new SSD is nothing but a paper weight...
     
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    My humble machine and the first pic(s).

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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Second 2600K build in progress!

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    My PC ATM.. i havent upgraded or done any modifications apart from installing the Frio for almost two years :O

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    Here's my new baby. I'll get a night shot eventually. It's all listed in my sys specs.

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    Heck yea. I have a keyboard coming that matches it pretty good. That new Roccat. I'm not a fan of blue but it does look pretty sweet.
     
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    The Isku is sweet Pop. Even sweeter when you have the Kone+
     
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    I thought about getting the set but I love my inferno way to much lol. heck I have 2 of them and a sentinel as backups in case they stop making them and they get hard to find.
     
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    I went threw about 8 mice before I found another good one after the sentinel... Well the Naga was great, but I didn't need those buttons... Then I just had to have the Kone+ for the driver set... it's all ways at 3600 anyways... :roll:
     
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