NEED HELP ASAP!!! Looking for HELL'A FAST 17'' Laptop w/ some gaming - $1500-/+ U.S.

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  1. Brian Miller

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    I haven't been into tech, in a long time so I need your help guys!

    I'm looking for something HELL'A FAST 17'' LT, for business & school, that offers okay gaming. Budget is around $1500 -/+. I need this like last week!!!

    Can you guys please help me spec out and find something that's the best for the price!

    I'm not a hardcore gamer, but I'd like something that will keep up or at least something that will play most of the horror games.

    Features:
    • 17" No Smaller / * I do not want a 15''
    • Great Warranty (Extended Warranty)
    • Great Customer Service
    • Great screen (For Movies)
    • Great Speakers
    • Great Battery Life
    • Great Wireless / BT
    • Great I/O Options - Including a few usb C
    • Keyboard w/ Numbers Pad
    • Optical Drive / Burner
    • Touch Screen is okay
    • Not concerned about brands
    • Would like to have Nvme M.2, if at all possible - Maybe two NVMe and one ssd or hdd
    • Would like to have Thunderbolt 3, if at all possible
    • Not sure if RAID 10 is possible with a LT
    • Output for my 4k oled - full size hdmi if possible
     
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2019
  2. Rodster

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    Yeah, I'm going to recommend alienware too. A lil overpriced but great gaming for laptops.
     
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    Notebookbackbreaker Notebook Guru

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    Eluktronics seems to have pretty interesting products on Amazon.com. Tried checking them out?
     
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    OP, you might want to chat with Alienware and ask if it will output 4K via HDMI. If you don't need a 4K screen you can save $325 on the 1st configuration I posted.

    This 2nd configuration without the 4K screen is $1699.99 and includes an RTX 2060, 9th Gen CPU, 16GB of RAM and a 256GB M2. Storage card. It's the best bang for the buck, IMO !

    https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/del...laptop/spd/alienware-m17-laptop/wnorn7chm171h
     
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    msi gs75 fits the bill
     
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    Thanks for the suggestion Bro! However, I'm really not digging the gold on it, plus if I'm going to pay that much, I'd prefer a full 2070, over the Q... I like the ability for 3 storage options and of course the TB3.
     
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