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Fast notebook..

Last response: in Laptops & Notebooks
January 17, 2009 5:33:49 PM

I am thinking to buy a new notebook.

and need some opinion on this..

Needs to be fast in real life, not only benchmark fast

Thinking of building this,

OCZ Whitebook
Processor QX 9300
8 GB Ram
2 x 80 Gb or bigger Intel SSD Raid 0 or Non raid ..?
Intel turbo memory or not ?
64 Bit Vista Ultimate
(i am not a gamer but pure bussines use)

my notebooks so far

1e AW M9750 with T7600+2 Gb ram + 9750GTX+ Raid 0 2x 200Gb Hitachi (liked it a lot this one)
2e AW M17X with X9000 + 4 Gb ram+ 8800GTX + 2 x 320 Gb WD Scorpio black
i am not verry happy with my M17X (it's not fast, yes in benchmarks but not in real life applications like Autocad,Office,Adobe..)

thinking to buy one from Killer Notebooks..

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a b D Laptop
January 17, 2009 6:03:32 PM

If you're doing autocad, I highly recommend you get an nvidia FX workstation graphics card in the unit.

Also, what's your budget?
January 17, 2009 6:38:04 PM

up to max 7000 US dollar
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a b D Laptop
January 17, 2009 9:36:01 PM

With that kind of budget, I'd recommend nothing less than a Sager NP9262. You can fit this unit out with a quad core processor, a Quadro FX 3700m (or dual 9800mGTXs), 8GB of RAM, and your choice of hard disk space/arrays.

Of course, this is assuming you want a notebook that won't go far from the wall.
January 18, 2009 5:48:04 AM

The Dell Precision notebooks are pretty nice too. They're designed to do high load business apps.
January 18, 2009 5:19:24 PM

Thanks, but i think it's a little to heavy this NP9262.. i travel a lot with it

(My M9750 was oke , but my M17X is to big in size)
a b D Laptop
January 18, 2009 9:44:01 PM

The NP5796 is an alternative - lighter on weight (and power) but still 17".