FS: Sager NP9280 / Clevo D900F

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  1. LaZZer

    LaZZer Notebook Guru

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    Greetings everyone! After much consideration it's sadly time to give up my baby. Please check out the post below and PM me or post if you have any questions. Thanks!

    1) Taken from my XoticPC order:
    Sager NP9280 (Built on Clevo D900F)
    - Display: 17" WUXGA "Glare Type" Super Clear Ultra Bright Glossy Screen (1920x1200)
    - Arctic Silver: Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound
    - Dead Pixel Policy: 0 Dead Pixel Policy (30 Day)
    - Processor: Intel Core i7 Quad Extreme (Nehalem) 975 3.33GHz 8MB Cache 130
    - Video Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 280M 1,024MB PCI-Express GDDR3 DX10 (User Upgradeable)
    - External Monitor Video Adapter: No Video Adapter
    - Ram: ~ 6,144MB DDR3 1066MHz Memory (3 SODIMMS)
    - Exterior Finish: Standard Finish
    - Optical Drive: ~2X Blue-Ray Read/8X DVDRW Super Multi Combo Drive
    - Primary Hard Drive: OCZ Vertex 60GB SSD
    - Secondary Hard Drive: OCZ Vertex 60GB SSD
    - Third Hard Drive: OCZ Vertex 60GB SSD
    - Raid: HDD Raid Settings - RAID0
    - External Hard Drive (Back Up): No Back Up Hard Drive
    - Floppy Drive: No Floppy Drive
    - Memory Card Reader: Internal 7-in-1 Card Reader (MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/MS Pro Duo/SD/Mini-SD/MMC/RS)
    - Bluetooth: Internal Bluetooth + EDR
    - Wireless Network: Built-in Intel® PRO/Wireless 5300 802.11 a/g/n Wi-Fi Link
    - Wireless Network Accessories: No Network Accessory
    - Camera: Integrated Digital Video Camera
    - TV Tuner: No TV Tuner
    - Sound Card: Sound Blaster Compatible 3D Audio - Included
    - Case: Basic Black Business Case - Included
    - Battery: Smart Li-ion Battery (12 Cell)
    - Spare AC Adapter: None Standard*
    - Port Replicator / Dock / Adapter: No Dock/Hub/Adapter
    - Fingerprint Reader: No Fingerprint Reader
    - Mouse / Keyboard Accessories: No External Keyboard or Mouse
    - Notebook Cooler: NZXT ACC-NT-CRYO LX
    - Operating System: None Standard
    - Microsoft Office Software: No Office Software
    - Software Bundle (Not Installed): No Software Bundle

    2) Used since June

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    4) $3600. I'm also looking for a gaming notebook around $1k so PM me if you would like to work out a trade.

    5) Paypal, money order, check or cash if your local (New Jersey).

    6) I'll ship to anywhere in the United States.

    7) ebay: dysan6031769

    8) I purchased this laptop from XoticPC as soon as they were available but I bought way above my needs. My living conditions changed and now it hardly ever gets used. The notebook looks like it just came out of the box.

    The warranty is for three years through Xotic. 1st year parts and 3 years labor.

    I requested to omit the hard drive when I ordered it form Xotic. Instead I purchased three OCZ 60GB SSDs from newegg and configured them in a RAID0. Load times in games are nonexistent.

    I also purchased a NZXT cooler for the notebook. I'll throw that in as a bonus for the buyer.

    Thanks for taking a look and please let me know if you have any questions.
     
  2. dtwn

    dtwn C'thulhu fhtagn

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    I'm definitely going to suggest that you resize it.
     
  3. anarky321

    anarky321 Notebook Deity

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    have you tried any OC on the 975? im wondering if it would pull 3.6 stable
     
  4. LaZZer

    LaZZer Notebook Guru

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    I haven't, no. I don't know enough about overclocking and safe temperatures to attempt it.
     
  5. NBRUser0159099

    NBRUser0159099 Notebook Deity

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    lulz that has got to be like the ultimate desktop replacement, the best SPECS available in a laptop period (maybe not sli GTX 280m but a single one is still dam good)
     
  6. Jdorty

    Jdorty Notebook Enthusiast

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    Depends what you're looking for. They aren't currently putting dual 280s in a machine with i7 processors.
     
  7. LaZZer

    LaZZer Notebook Guru

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    Yeah, I opted for the processing power over a notebook with SLI because I'm not always gaming. I'd rather have the i7 when compiling.

    Also, shameless bump.
     
  8. WANGJINFU

    WANGJINFU Notebook Guru

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    wow man, this thing is a beast! Everyone would like to own it, but the price…… One could use $3600 to buy two nice gaming laptop.
     
  9. LaZZer

    LaZZer Notebook Guru

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    Considering that it cost me over $4400 to get it to my door I feel that 20% off is a decent deal for a high-end machine that's only five months old. However, I would agree that it fills a niche.
     
  10. skythian

    skythian Notebook Enthusiast

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    What a beast! I think the price is more than fair... go look at Alienware's website if you don't think so. :)

    Good luck with the sale!
     
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