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  1. Ah allright. Right now though the MSI is looking like better value for the 3 years that I'll need this laptop. Thanks for your help.
  2. You "don't mind" it. Does that mean that the 6820 is faster? (Is the 0.1GHz or however much the speed increase is noticable?) And I'm planning to keep this laptop for 3.5 years. Will the 6700 last that long?
  3. Of course. The maxwell GE was complete shit. I don't care about battery life and the screen isn't too important as I'll have an external monitor most of the time. As long as it's not too loud or hot it seems good for the price. However, this Clevo: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA8S14NT9732&cm_re=eluktonics-_-9SIA8S14NT9732-_-Product has an i7-6820HK and a PCIe SSD for only about $60 more. While the SSD is smaller, I don't think it will be much of a problem. I think. Do you know what the performance gains on the 6820 vs 6700 are?
  4. Are the SSD and RAM slots easily accessible? And even if they are, I would prefer not to make upgrades myself unless absolutely necessary. A bigger SSD and more RAM will cost more than $100, which is what I'll be paying or more to upgrade. Could you specify why GE models suck?
  5. Thanks for your input. And you think I should get it now rather than wait for Cyber Monday or crap?
  6. So I'm looking at a couple of different Clevo P650RP6 configs: 8 GB RAM, 128GB "Performance" SSD + 1 TB HDD for $1160: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA8S14H07846&cm_re=eluktonics-_-9SIA8S14H07846-_-Product 16 GB RAM, 128GB PCIe SSD + 500 GB HDD, i7-6820HK for $1260: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA8S14NT9732&cm_re=eluktonics-_-9SIA8S14NT9732-_-Product 16 GB RAM, 512 GB "Performance" for $1350: https://www.amazon.com/Eluktronics-P650RP6-Premium-Gaming-Laptop/dp/B01MQFFDSK/ref=sr_1_5?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1480182445&sr=1-5&keywords=eluktronics&refinements=p_n_size_browse-bin%3A2423841011 Leaning towards the second one on those. But then there's also this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834154302&cm_re=msi_ge62vr-_-34-154-302-_-Product The costs are very similar on all the laptops. So it comes down to brand. Which one do you guys think is better? And if you think Eluktronics, then which one? Thanks, appreciate the help. EDIT: Or should I wait until tomorrow or Monday, when there might be even better deals? (Though I doubt it will get much better then this.)
  7. That's all cool, but I'm not really the person who digs into BIOS to get the best settings. Is there like an easy tutorial to not throttle the GPU as you were mentioning or do you just have to have an inherent knowledge of this stuff? Thanks.
  8. So how do I pick this up for a possibly Clevo or MSI laptop that I get and how do I install it? And is it worth it? The reason I'm asking is while I know a decent amount about hardware, I'm sort of a noob when it comes to detailed Windows software such as BIOS. So I don't have a remote idea of how to start.
  9. Yeah I've heard of Svet. What exactly does he sell though?
  10. Build quality on the Omen isn't great, plus the ASUS mentioned by someone above has better specs for a bit more. I would go with the ASUS for pure performance.
  11. I looked at the Alienware but for the Alienware 15, the Black Friday "deal" is $1300 for a 1060, 8 GB ram, 128GB SSD... (i think?) Add that to the fact that it's thick and heavy and I would rather go with the Clevo.
  12. Lol I haven't all the way made it yet but kinda. All right thanks.
  13. What does the forum post have to do with anything? And I saw the review, and it states that everything looks good. See the problem is all the reviewers say that it's awesome and then 70% of owners say that it's unacceptably loud and hot. And I don't know who to listen to. Sure, TechNutz says its good, but are you sure the temps don't go too high when you turn the fans down to medium? On top of it, the MSI is $150 more than the Clevo I'm looking at while having worse specs, so the thin and light factor better be worth it and not cause any problems. I'm leaning towards the Clevo on this one, I think.
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