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XoticPC’s G73JW: A Good Gaming Notebook Made Better?

Benchmark Results: Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 And Crysis

The best news for gamers who love Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is that XoticPC’s G73JW can play it at maximum graphics resolution and details, falling between the mighty GeForce GTX 480M and Mobility Radeon HD 5870.

Crysis players have always been in a somewhat unfortunate position given the title's extreme demands, but they’ll surely be disappointed that recent high-end-gaming notebooks can’t run this game at the panel’s native resolution.

Thomas Soderstrom is a Senior Staff Editor at Tom's Hardware US. He tests and reviews cases, cooling, memory and motherboards.
  • the_krasno
    Add another 460M in SLI and then you have the punch needed!
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  • fstrthnu
    With all of the flair going on over Sandy Bridge, one might as well just wait till someone comes out with the Sandy Bridge gaming notebooks
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  • adribhel
    @fstrthnu:
    The new Asus G73SW on Xoticpc has sandy bridge ;)

    I'm waiting for a possible "G73SH" with Radeon 6970m, though it might never happen. :/
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  • Crashman
    fstrthnuWith all of the flair going on over Sandy Bridge, one might as well just wait till someone comes out with the Sandy Bridge gaming notebooksXoticPC just wanted to show off its custom work and sent this in December. We're looking forward to the G73SW to be delivered in a similar configuration in the near future, so please stay tuned!
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  • joytech22
    That is a pretty amazing laptop, I could definitely use one of those for LAN's.
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  • curtis_87
    Is it me or has the print button suddenly disappeared from these batch of articles?...
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  • Is the problem a lack of strength? Or is it a heavy level of apathy? You can build the same machine in desktop form for significantly less.
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  • kkiddu
    Although it's totally not fair to compare it with a desktop PC, but I've been confused on what to go for as I'm going to college next year, one option being the bare $1500 version of the G73, and the other being a netbook + a desktop. The problem with the desktop is that I'll have to haul it back home every vacation.

    But seeing that performance for $3000 is just 'good', I'm gonna stick with a $1400 desktop. I think I can get a 50% performance increase with half the price.
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  • nevertell
    Why oh why didn't they fit a larger keyboard ? Look at the room on the sides of the keyboards, waiting to be filled with keys.
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  • Big Daddy Rhino
    $3600? I literally LOL'd. Just built a Sandy Bridge, GTX 570 desktop that will smoke that laptop and I've got $2400 left over for hookers and booze.
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