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Any suggestions on what kind of a gaming laptop to buy?(Might be around 2k$)

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March 15, 2013 1:37:04 PM

Hey guys. Last rig i gathered by myself was a disaster. So im not doing the same mistake again and i want my computer to be mobile. I know alienware gives you lots of options. Other than that i always liked asus computers for some reason. What would you guys do if you were me? Asus? Alienware? Something else? My first priority is performance and stability. I dont want my computer to crash or require frequent care since im not very good at solving that kind of stuff.
March 16, 2013 7:12:36 AM

aliycen said:
Hey guys. Last rig i gathered by myself was a disaster. So im not doing the same mistake again and i want my computer to be mobile. I know alienware gives you lots of options. Other than that i always liked asus computers for some reason. What would you guys do if you were me? Asus? Alienware? Something else? My first priority is performance and stability. I dont want my computer to crash or require frequent care since im not very good at solving that kind of stuff.


Hey hey :)  well that all depends on where your from? if you can than don't buy alienware. It's way too expensive! Look at this badboy and see the price difference for better specs :http://3xs.scan.co.uk/ConfigureSystem.asp?SystemID=1530...
March 16, 2013 12:10:55 PM

Looks pretty good and can even be customized. But i'd rather leaving the customisation to someone else to make the computer more stable. Can anyone help about that too?
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March 20, 2013 9:37:57 AM

They build it themelves and don't forget that you will get two years fre insurance :)  but you might also want to look at pcspecialists.com they are sluightly more expensive but i really do recoment 3xs scan....offers better prices even if you wanted to build the computer yourself unless you got a great deal.
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March 20, 2013 11:33:47 AM

bluhefner said:
They build it themelves and don't forget that you will get two years fre insurance :)  but you might also want to look at pcspecialists.com they are sluightly more expensive but i really do recoment 3xs scan....offers better prices even if you wanted to build the computer yourself unless you got a great deal.


Hi :) 

What makes you think he is in the UK ?.. THAT`s a $ sign in the title...so US , or Australia etc...

All the best Brett :) 
March 22, 2013 4:59:50 AM

Brett928S2 said:
bluhefner said:
They build it themelves and don't forget that you will get two years fre insurance :)  but you might also want to look at pcspecialists.com they are sluightly more expensive but i really do recoment 3xs scan....offers better prices even if you wanted to build the computer yourself unless you got a great deal.


Hi :) 

What makes you think he is in the UK ?.. THAT`s a $ sign in the title...so US , or Australia etc...

All the best Brett :) 


Hey Bret its just one of the possibilities, I mean there are many shops from where he could get it :)  but if he wants to buy it straight away than they do free shipping :)  Of course it''s different if he/she would like to buy it on finance :)  it's just an suggestion though....and one more advice, never go EBAY! unless you want to get just the laptop base with prebuild gpu as ive seen some clevo chassis laptops there.
March 22, 2013 5:06:34 AM

Thank both of you guys. Im not in any of those countries ive got a pilot friend which can buy the laptop from any country i want so warranty is not someting that im looking for. Which one would you buy if you were me and with which build with that much cash.
March 22, 2013 6:38:24 AM

Well it's pretty much up to you, do you want a gaming laptop? do you want 2 GPU's? in any case go for amd 7970m if you can. It's totaly worth the price, you could go for double 7970m, i7-quad core, blu ray drive, bigfoot wireles, *no windows* 16gb ram and that's all for £1500 :)  not to forget that you also get seagate hybrid drive which if you never heard of is a drive that can be as fast as SSD but offers the same capacity and price as HDD. Hope that helps
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