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Wintermuted

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  1. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    I'm from the U.S. and battery life does not matter. I was looking at the Acer Predator Helios 500 or something similar, as it had a GTX 1070 and I heard from Dave Lee's video that it had great thermal performance.
  2. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    Thank you. I will consider it.
  3. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    I know laptop graphics cards are weaker than desktops. So which laptops are you thinking of?
  4. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    Well, I have a desktop with a GTX 1080, so I can use that for VR; the VR would have just been awesome; the lack of VR isn't a deal breaker, nor is battery life. So should I get the Predator Helios 500? (There's only one left in stock on Amazon's website.) Also, I was looking at the Razer Blade Pro, but there were too many issues with it, from the overheating and 4 core CPU to the horror story that is Razer customer support.
  5. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    Oh, okay. But if I didn't need VR, would it be a good option. Because I can do without VR for now.
  6. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    What about the Acer Predator Helios 500? I know it has the GTX 1070, but is it a good laptop (saw it on Dave Lee's channel and was interested)?
  7. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    As long as it doesn't have two or more power bricks (like the Alienware Area 51m), it should be fine.
  8. Wintermuted

    New 17 Inch Gaming Laptop

    Okay, so what do you think?
  9. Okay, so I need a new Windows laptop for content creation, VR, and want to play graphical intensive games (think GTX 1070 Max-Q or higher or RTX 2070 Max-Q or higher) on it. I am fortunate that I do not have price concerns; I can pay whatever I need to. I want to order a laptop soon, as I might have a course that requires something specs like this, my current gaming laptop is dying, and I am getting quite worried that there has been no announcement of an upgrade. I don't care whether the laptop has G-SYNC or Optimus. Must-have specs: At least a GTX 1070 or GTX 1080 Max-Q or RTX 2070 Max-Q. A 6-core CPU. The option to have or add at least 32 GB of RAM, either from the factory or added on after purchase. At least 1 TB of storage option (or two or more drive bays). At least one Thunderbolt 3 port. Cannot require two or more power bricks. Cannot have the ASUS Zephyrus style keyboard layout with the trackpad on the right. What options would that leave me?
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