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Lenovo ideapad y410p geforce 750m SLI vs Clevo w230st and w740su

Discussion in 'What Notebook Should I Buy?' started by oljo01, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. oljo01

    oljo01 Newbie

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    I'am realy dont know what laptop i want (1 of these 3) i want a small laptop for a little gaming (neverwinter nights 2, fm, skyrim) the w740su has only intlel iris pro 5200 that i like because it doesent have optimus but its a less powerfull gpu. The geforce gt 750 SLI is the most powerfull of the 2 geforce cards.

    So i realy dont know what to choose!!
     
  2. Bomba90

    Bomba90 Notebook Guru

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    1. What about the MSI GE40 (14" 4.4 pounds)?
    2. Do you want a small size because of weight or because you prefer having a 14"-13.3"? If it's because of the weight then you can even go for the MSI GE60 as it weighs less than the Y410 (5.5 vs 5.28).
     
  3. oljo01

    oljo01 Newbie

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    1. Never heard of it before, usualy the msi gaming laptops looks like xmas tree with all the lights ect, but this one look good.





    2. i want a small size because i have a 15" now and its to big and ofc 13" is easyer to take with me. i think i would prefer 14" insteas of 13"





    I love the Clevo discret design.





    Sorry for my bad English its not my native language.



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  4. oljo01

    oljo01 Newbie

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    Sent from my GT-I8750 using Tapatalk
     
  5. Benmaui

    Benmaui Notebook Evangelist

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    You should also check out Gigabytes ultrablade p34k, alienware m14 and Razerblades new 14" .
     
  6. Bomba90

    Bomba90 Notebook Guru

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    You haven't said anything about the budget...
    AW m14 is super heavy 6-6.1 pounds.
     
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    alexsupreme Notebook Consultant

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    You will also soon have a new g46VR from asus. Although it seems too heavy for a 14"
     
  8. oljo01

    oljo01 Newbie

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    My budget is max 1600$ but i dont want to use that, the laptops i am looking on is around 1100-1300

    i dont like alienware, i will check out the gigabyte:)
     
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    Calibre41 Notebook Evangelist

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    The Clevo W230ST will be out soon, and tramples all over the rest with its 768 cuda core GTX 765m, also MSI have the MS-1492 which will be about $75 less than the W230ST and has a near indentical GPU called the GTX 760m.

    Alienware - quality chassis, quality customer support (not sure about reliability of the electronics) but just a ridiculous price tag and poor performance per $ and it's as big as a 15" Clevo and for the same price as the top M14X with the 765m, you can buy a Clevo with a GTX 780m........ enough said?

    same goes for the Razor Blade, it features a near useless 17w CPU which will hold back the 765m, which I also suspect will throttle due to heat and power restrictions - and it's price is enormous, again your not buying it for maximum bang per buck, same as the Alienware, stunning performance but - it is fashion, style and aesthetics and it's unique form factor that are it's selling points.


    best performance per $ = MSI MS-1492
    add a little quality and maybe a few % more performance and the CLEVO W230ST is the winner (backlit keyboard, sleeker chassis, smaller form factor)
     

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