OMG, Is it possible to have a good laptopwith 1070 onboard ?

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  1. Danishblunt

    Danishblunt Notebook Virtuoso

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    I think they use those panels for the 17inch only, the 15 inch got cheap LG panels.
     
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    antonydizzz Notebook Enthusiast

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    ok, thank you guys for responses. I think MSI GE73VR is a good choice. with TN. But what about useful time ? will the cooling system need a repair after 1 year (I mean is there any statistic of breakings )? I think GT series is better for this question but it seems too overweighted.
     
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    But the GE72 OP is looking at has a 17" panel.




    Don't need to do that I think. It's solid enough unless you have a defective unit (like all alienware heatsink is defective right from the start).

    If you have the money, definitely pick up the GT series as it's a tier above GE and GS. Weight won't be that much of an issue once you get the benefit of the GT series.
     
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    Danishblunt Notebook Virtuoso

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    I got confused. I suck at multitasking.

    Was refering to Alienware about the cheap LG panels.
    Yeah it uses the Chimei panel. Pretty good one at that.

    Also yeah, the GT series is boss, but if the money isn't there no worries about the GE, it will do just fine. No hardcore cooling issues to be afraid of.
     
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    This is correct for most MSi models. Most of them have 4-screw heatsink can easily use cooler boost (no dragon control needed, button works hardwarely).

    Unlike alienware and their retarded three screw heatsink.
     
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    antonydizzz Notebook Enthusiast

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    After your advices I decided to take
    MSI GT73EVR 7RF Titan Pro
    Intel Core i7 7700HQ (Kaby Lake) 2.8 ГГц
    16 ГБ DDR4-2400 МГц
    17.3" TN (LED) 120 Hz
    1920x1080 Full HD
    NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1080, 8192 МБ
    1000 GB HDD (7200.) + 128 GB SSD


    What do you think about this choice ? Will I face some cooling problem ?
     
  7. specialist7

    specialist7 Notebook Evangelist

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    Try to find one with an HK CPU. Not a fan of HQ CPUs as they tend to run at lower clock speeds and you cant overclock them. Even if you're not overclocking the base clocks are lower so it'll potentially bottleneck the card itself.
     
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    antonydizzz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I don't think I need so much power. I even think about purchasing ge73vr with 1070, it's 30% cheaper and have enough performance for my needs, the only thing I'm really sceared is heating. I don't mind if it's hot, I understand that it's a laptop and they are always hot, but how does this affect the service life? And will I face the throttling in pubg with it ? loL)
     
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    specialist7 Notebook Evangelist

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    The laptop will run PUBG just fine, but the game is more CPU dependent than GPU at lower resolution so you'll benefit more from a higher clocked CPU.

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    As for cooling this is a GT73EVR vs. GE73VR

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    So you can kinda see how much cooling performance each laptop can sustain.
     
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    antonydizzz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Actually, I don't understand the difference on photos except of fan size. Im interesting about actual degrees during 2-3 hours of gaming on GE, I think GT runs it well and even dont get too hot.
     
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