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#299 - Evens could not be had at the pony scat... dear … 02/26/2015 on Cringe Comp 7: Return of... +3
#121 - xD well played 12/03/2013 on Pretty good OC +1
#119 - that is good new!, i remember on the aformentioned self implod…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/03/2013 on Pretty good OC 0
User avatar #120 - thegamerslife (12/03/2013) [-]
User avatar #121 - scarycanary (12/03/2013) [-]
xD well played
#117 - im not 100% positive but i believe i can swap my card out for …  [+] (4 new replies) 12/03/2013 on Pretty good OC 0
#118 - thegamerslife (12/03/2013) [-]
Just checked, they all use Mobile PCI express which looks like this
< 570m (the slot is the same for the card I looked up (8970m))
I'm pretty sure they all use the same standard, just like desktop GPU's all use PCIex16. that's good new for you though.
User avatar #119 - scarycanary (12/03/2013) [-]
that is good new!, i remember on the aformentioned self imploding dell xps i had the GPUs where replacable and back then you had a choice of either single or dual 8700m, 8800m GTX and 9800m GTX or just single 8600m gt, 9600m gt or 9800m gt

on paper the the dual 9800m GTX where the best option but there was little to no improovment over the dual 8800m`s

i might have to look into a new card for this then, then again the desktop im biulding is going to have the GTX 770msi twinfrozr so i may wait
User avatar #120 - thegamerslife (12/03/2013) [-]
User avatar #121 - scarycanary (12/03/2013) [-]
xD well played
#114 - also, side note. i personally like MSI as they make good quali…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/03/2013 on Pretty good OC 0
User avatar #116 - thegamerslife (12/03/2013) [-]
You should look at Sager. they have great quality control from what I look up. on top of that they have this nice "no dead pixel guarantee". All kinds of custom stuff.

I managed to find what I wanted i7-4700MQ, AMD 8970m, 16GB 1600MHz RAM, 1TB HDD, etc for $1450 on their site.

Dell's suck. lol Some things they made were ok, but their computers as of the last 5 years at least are overpriced junk.

Can you buy a new mobile GPU and just switch it out?! The sager's have the ability to let you take the copper heat sink off and switch GPU's a few years after you buy it. That is my plan for that laptop, cause the CPU is REALLY good, so I think after 2-3 years if I just switch out the GPU (upgrade) then it will be right back to gaming on high-ultra.
User avatar #117 - scarycanary (12/03/2013) [-]
im not 100% positive but i believe i can swap my card out for any other msiGT range ( i guess the 560m, 580m, 660m, 670m ect ect) and yeh $1400 isnt bad and thtas a nice setup even with it being a mobile . mine cost me $1100 which when turned into my pounds worked out at about £820 and after 3 years its only just now starting to fall behind as i have to play reduced setting for the big buys like bf4 ect

but it still maxes all the cods except ghosts but who plays ghosts? skyrim, mechwarrior, tera, red orchestra 2, far cry 3, so im all good for now ^^
#118 - thegamerslife (12/03/2013) [-]
Just checked, they all use Mobile PCI express which looks like this
< 570m (the slot is the same for the card I looked up (8970m))
I'm pretty sure they all use the same standard, just like desktop GPU's all use PCIex16. that's good new for you though.
User avatar #119 - scarycanary (12/03/2013) [-]
that is good new!, i remember on the aformentioned self imploding dell xps i had the GPUs where replacable and back then you had a choice of either single or dual 8700m, 8800m GTX and 9800m GTX or just single 8600m gt, 9600m gt or 9800m gt

on paper the the dual 9800m GTX where the best option but there was little to no improovment over the dual 8800m`s

i might have to look into a new card for this then, then again the desktop im biulding is going to have the GTX 770msi twinfrozr so i may wait
User avatar #120 - thegamerslife (12/03/2013) [-]
User avatar #121 - scarycanary (12/03/2013) [-]
xD well played
#113 - its actually an older i7 2670, 12GB, 570m 1TB HHD + 256GB SSD … 12/03/2013 on Pretty good OC 0
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