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Hello can anyone help me with finding a new gaming laptop pretty please? Kyle?Ryan Maziarz? There are thousands  of you and I know we have some PC geniuses amoung us!
 
Hello there guys, My birthday is coming up and Im in the market for a new *gaming laptop 15 inch* and I hope you can offer some expertise. Im in London and im stuck between getting the new  alienware 15, the cyber power pc 15 or the

pc-specialist 15 inch http://www.pcspecial...ooks/octane-15/
 
Im gonna use - and + to share my thoughts so far, please feel free to recommend options, forget the price for now, I just need help seeing whats out there (Remember Im in the UK)
 
I need help finding beast processor (up to 4ghz w/boost), best gpu (nvidia gtx 980m or higher) and monster screen (4K resolution). So far, alienware fails with a processor only maxing at 3.5ghz with boost and is (-)the most expensive option (+)BUT it has a 4K screen but then again (-) their nvida gtx 980m is only 4GB (Ive seen 8 GB models out there) but (+) their graphics amplifier looks nice. Warranty up to three years (for extra amount) ~ £2,850 for what I want
 
 
Cyber power PC has all I want in terms of CPU and GPU but fails in terms of screen resolution. They have a standard 1080p when What I want is 4K. Also their support seems pretty poor only offering a 1 year warranty (for all that money) and asking me to pay for laptop insurance from a thrid party company against theft/accidents/fire. ~£2,765 for what I want

https://www.cyberpow...5_Gaming_Laptop
 
 
Pc specialist so far is looking like the best option satisfying my CPU requirements, GPU requirements AND a 4K screen. Also, they include a 3 year warrant already with the price but you can pay a bit more for "premium support". Out of all three, this is the most affordable too. The only drawback I can see here is that I have never heard of them until today and their exterior seems quite plain but at least there is a multi coloured backlit keyboard.Please not I also picked an antivirus, office student and two hard drives (1 TB SATA) and 240 SSD.   ~£2,573 for what I want
 
 
 
Any thoughts? Also please remember 15.6 inches only and a company that ships affordably to the UK
I am very mobile so a desktop is out of the question

The reason why I want all that power is because I barely come in contact with consoles becaus of my mobility and I do everything on my PC for once Im willing to pay a bit more to make running games/applications a piece of cake


Thanks


Valesius Faulkner

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Look in the latest edition of Airliner World for an excellent Review for the ChillBlast/ or one of those flightsim specialists(sorry cannot remember) offering. Rated very highly.

 

IGNORE----It was for a desktop.

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Look in the latest edition of Airliner World for an excellent Review for the ChillBlast/ or one of those flightsim specialists(sorry cannot remember) offering. Rated very highly.

 

IGNORE----It was for a desktop.

 

I have questions for laptop

 

4k? is it worth it? (still young now, but im thinkin 2+ years from now where most apps may support it, I tried retina and basic 1080p just isnt enough )

 

16 vs 32 gb ram (again thinking in the future, will 32 be necessary?)

 

Msata drives( Should I get two small ones or One big one? the Msata runs beside a 1Tb samsung SSD)

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$3500 for one laptop rip off, I would advise getting $300 laptop for school, and getting desktop for $1800 to $2000 with 980gtx and I7 4790k in. Laptops won't handle stress that desktop. Money left over $1500 dollars go buy 3 monitors or one.

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