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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by P4-630, Apr 21, 2014.

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    They don't have an Asus here with 800 series card yet, only 700 series graphics, with GTX780m as top model.
     
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    Aw, where are you from btw ? It's kinda sad to know that
     
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    The Netherlands. We only have the G750JX and the G750JH models with GTX770m and GTX780m cards.
     
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    Well I just want to show the difference between the 700M and 800M series for reference, as I said why didn't you get the new G series with 800M. It's ok
     
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    Yeah I have seen the differences at notebookcheck, the 860m is located a little above the 770m in their list but I have seen benchmark results and actual gaming, the 770m performs a little better or on par with the 860. The MSI laptops with a 880m and including OS are more expensive then the laptop I bought or they dont come with SSD.
     
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    Nice, btw are you going to post some pics of your laptop and share some gaming benchmarks over here ? I'm quite interested to know that.
     
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    Well my 3d mark 06 score was about 17500 and I get about 55fps with GTA IV.

    It scored a bit higher then my dads pc with a HD 4870.
     
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    Ok I want some actual pics from your current system, since I'm quite familiar with the G series already lol :D
    17500 3DMark 06 in what preset, same to GTA IV with 55 FPS ?
     
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    I did not change any settings, default settings.
    In GTA IV I have used the optimized settings from Nvidia Experience.

    Detail distance 50
    Night shadows high
    Reflection high
    Shadows high
    Filter 8x
    View distance 50
    Water high
     
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    Ok thanks for the numbers my friend, apologize to you if my curiousity annoyed you a bit too much. :)
     
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    Asus G750JX
    CPU: i7 4700HQ
    RAM: 8GB Samsung
    Graphics: GTX770M
    Hard Drive: LiteOn 256GB SSD
    Hard Drive: Hitachi 750GB 7200rpm
     
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    Looks a pretty good score to me! :D
    I'm happy with it! :D
     
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    3D mark Vantage score 15693
     
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    Now which tool shows the correct WEI score??
    WinAero or ChrisPC?
     
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    Probably ChrisPC, I don't remember 2 Decimal Point scores at any point before...
     
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    Posting another benchmark:
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    I do go with msi, 200 cheaper and 16g memeory, well, the spec look better than Asus and cheaper, why not?
     
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    I have an MSI MS-16GC (GE60 rebranded by CyberPowerPC) and I love it. It does get rather hot, but I flashed my GTX 765m to 1046/1100 and 70w power limit with Svet's VBIOS Tuner (clocks and boost table) and Kepler BIOS Tuner (power limit). The CPU naturally runs at 3.4GHz peak, 3.1GHz loaded at 0.95v, but I used Intel XTU to run it at 2.8GHz/0.8v and it's enough to keep both the GPU and CPU from throttling on the unified cooler. It's one nice 15.6" laptop though Gigabyte's latest offering with a GTX 870m looks much beefier.
     
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    I found out the msi runs much hotter , about 94 degrees C CPU and GPU. My Asus runs around 70degrees C GPU and CPU and this is why I bought the Asus, it just has much better cooling because of the 2 dedicated fans, the msi has only one fan and that fan with turbo mode sounds like a jet engine!!
     
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    Yes I have seen them but we don't have Gigabyte laptops here.
     
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