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Am i right to buy MSI GE60 OND ?

First of all,I'm a Gamer with that certain budget,i'll use this to school,gaming,do some school task and this is the spec of msi ge60 ond.
-Intel core i5 3210M
-Nvidia Gtx 660m
-8GB ram ddr3 1600 mhz
-750gb Hdd 7200rpm
-full hd 1920x1080 matte screen

I gonna do some pretty hard gaming(even though i still tolerate setting to be high not ultra,or even 1 setting factor medium.any opinions? How about practical things?(battery life,heat,the sound,the weight
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    It's not a bad choice.
    You'll definitely won't max out such fresh monsters like Max Payne 3, Far Cry 3 or Crysis 3, but you'll be able to play majority of games on high/very high and all Emulators would fly on it.
    Definitely a gaming-worthwhile laptop.

    About battery: come on, dude...it's "gaming" notebook, what do you expect of it? If you want long battery life, go get an Ultrabook. This is not for playing on a summer camp in mountains.
    This is for going into McDonalds/School/Office, plugging it into nearest power source in the wall, and just warming everyone with hot air waves coming out of it's nostrils. >: )
    Same pretty much goes for weight, size and sound: this notebook was made so that people see it and hear it, to draw attention. It's not for stealthy, unsocial people. %)
  2. master_chen said:
    It's not a bad choice.
    You'll definitely won't max out such fresh monsters like Max Payne 3, Far Cry 3 or Crysis 3, but you'll be able to play majority of games on high/very high and all Emulators would fly on it.
    Definitely a gaming-worthwhile laptop.

    About battery: come on, dude...it's "gaming" notebook, what do you expect of it? If you want long battery life, go get an Ultrabook. This is not for playing on a summer camp in mountains.
    This is for going into McDonalds/School/Office, plugging it into nearest power source in the wall, and just warming everyone with hot air waves coming out of it's nostrils. >: )
    Same pretty much goes for weight, size and sound: this notebook was made so that people see it and hear it, to draw attention. It's not for stealthy, unsocial people. %)


    good response.About battery life,will it get 4 hours battery life(non gaming use,just browsing,do some Microsoft office)
    ??? so you mean this thing pretty portable with that spec?(I heard it's 5.28-5.4 lbs)
  3. MSI = rubbish
  4. arvinzd said:
    Will it get 4 hours battery life (non gaming use, just browsing, do some Microsoft office)

    I think it'll work even for longer than that (as long as you're just browsing, that is).


    arvinzd said:
    So you mean this thing pretty portable?


    Anything's portable as long as you keep yourself in shape and don't slack off. :bounce:

    And besides, you're planning on taking this thing with you into school, on a daily basis...so why you even bothering?

    Again, as I said before: if you want something "quiet, cold, light and with long battery life" - get Ultrabook.

    Anonymous said:
    MSi = rubbish.


    Why's that? At least their "gaming" notebooks are somewhat better than that Dell's "Alienware" overpriced garbage or Asus' "ROG" kids stuff.
  5. Thanks for making me sure to buy this!!!
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