Sep 21, 201676 views

Gaming level laptops

Why don't we actually get massdrop to offer gaming level laptops for sale? I personally have the new HP Notebook with an AMD A8-7410 processor that has 6GB of RAM and a pretty impressive architecture. I can run Supreme Commander at it's highest settings, 80% load at about 45-60FPS. On the flipside though I've found that Space Engineers whilst being optimized recently to vastly improve framerate due to being able to skip atmos calculations now with the option to disable airtightness does suffer from extremely long load and compute times on this machine. I love this machine to death and while it isn't the level of machine I would be talking about offering, it's a good one just to use for an example. No, the ones I'd be looking at massdropping would be models with maybe 8-10 or even 12 GB of RAM and most likely high-end APUs or CPU/GPU combinations with nice specs across the board in order for people to at least get their hands on these machines and try them out to write reviews for Massdrop and the manufacturers. People deserve to get their hands on some really good hardware for a lowered price, and I believe that Massdrop might be a good gateway for doing so.

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I agree, we should. I suggest MSI GS43VR Phantom Pro
Try Sager Laptops which cost cheaper than most laptops and are customisable..
Sager NP8151
15.6 inch FHD GSYNC Display
i7-6700HQ 6th Gen
1TB HDD 7200rpm
And all this for $1299..
Check it out on Sager's site or Other sites that customize(ie Xotic PC)..
We have a great one available now. Check it out.
You should go check the gigabyte vr-ready note book, it is on mass drop. It seem to me a bit strange you didn't noticed it. I have a MSI GS63VR, which cost me 1,799. It has Geforce GTX 1060 6 GB, i7-6700 HQ, 15.6 inch display,5400 rpm HDD, 128 GB SSD if you don't consider it's super-slim design it's nothing better than that gigabyte one on Massdorp now. By the way I personally don't consider APU or AMD processor as a choice, for they usually take more power and produce more heat compare to Intel ones. Just personally, I won't use them. Maybe Zen can make a different. Well unless I misunderstand your definition of "Gaming Level Laptop"
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