OMG: MSI is coming with a GTX 980M SLI notebook!!!

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  1. Cloudfire

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    If I wasn't at university and didn't care one iota about size or weight or design (i.e. gaming branded logo), that would definitely be my notebook of choice. 'Beast' doesn't even begin to describe those scores... :D
     
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    I actually hope its a 18" notebook. The bigger display, the better. And bigger chassis got more room for the heat :)
     
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    Would love a 4K display :D

    About time a 4K benchmark showed up. A growing number got 3K displays and DSR is being featured for Maxwell so something like a 4K benchmark is needed for sure
     
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    Well the benchmark will run on lower res screens and scale it down for display (but internally render at 4k).
     
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    I hope it's like the Aorus should of been in providing better parts all around and keeping it light as possible but not overheat. They have my money if they can do that. Just recently bought the Aorus B7 backpack if I end up with a light 17".

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    You can't keep it super thin an properly cool something like SLI 980M cards.
     
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    I know but can't I dream. Is that why Aorus didnt offer the higher VRAM version or they're just cheap?

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