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December 6, 2013 5:33:08 AM

So what the next gen mobile graphics card and do you know when it is going to be released? I am currently going to invest in 3,000 dollar laptop for work/school computer engineer is my major.
on the side if I'm spend this much I want to be able to play league at ultra settings.


Thank you for your time,
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December 6, 2013 5:51:50 AM

It looks like it's already been released, from NVIDIA that is. If that much is true it just depends when the maker of the laptop you're looking at decides to update their product lines. Which could be anywhere from now to 6 months or more. Sony, who made my laptop, typically updates their models in the middle of the summer, for example.

I'd almost suggest just pooling half of that into a desktop budget and buying a laptop with less pizzazz. Although I can understand having a desktop at college, depending on your situation, may not be feasible. A $1500 laptop is definitely nothing to sneeze at though, I get some decent performance from mine, and it's packing a GT 640M LE. I can only imagine what a 780M could do.

All in all, you're just playing the waiting game now, if a 780M is what you're set on. Keep a vigilante eye out I guess. :) 
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December 6, 2013 6:31:45 AM

In all 1500 dollar laptop and possibly save it the rest for a desktop later down the road definitely makes sense. Thanks! what brands do you recommend when it comes to first desktop replacement second gaming laptop? I do want 17' screen because more screen space for programming.
some brands i have looked at is
Sager
OriginPC
Maingear
Eurocom

I found sager to be most bang for your buck

what do you recommend?
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December 6, 2013 6:43:22 AM

I've just recently been looking at MSI's laptop line which seem to have a great combination between business, and power. Obviously you can opt for more of one or the other, but they seem to fit the bill of what you're looking for. However they are a bit on the pricey side of things, typically $1000 and up, but still very much within even a fraction of your original budget. As for some of the brands you posted, I've not heard of them, nor seen what kind of product they make so I'm not exactly licensed to speak on that front.

http://www.msimobile.com/default.aspx

Here's a 17.3" 1080p MSI laptop. Running with an i7 4700MQ & a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M 4GB GDDR5 - http://www.msimobile.com/level3_productpage.aspx?cid=6&...

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December 6, 2013 6:51:17 AM

MSI seems to fit the bill as what I need in terms of what I need overall. Thanks!
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