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Baseal13

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  1. Yeah I agree. I think I'm going to end up going with the MSI Raider over the MSI Stealth. Firstly because of the Raiders durability, and secondly because apparently the Super in the Raider is more powerful than the Super Max-Q in the Stealth.
  2. All of the reviews that I read that mentioned it being flimsy said that the case around the screen flexes really easily, and the casing for the base bends inward too much.
  3. I'm looking to purchase a top-tier high end gaming Laptop like this one. https://www.newegg.com/matte-black-msi-gs75-stealth-10sgs-027-gaming-entertainment/p/2WC-000C-01894 However the reviews are saying that the casing is super flimsy. Which is keeping me from making the purchase. I tried looking around for an MSI Raider with the same specs ( 10th gen i9 with a 2080 Super Max-Q), however it doesn't seem to exist. The MSI Raider has the durability that I'm looking for when compared to the MSI Stealth. However it doesn't have the GPU customization option that I'm looking for. So I'm trying to find out if there's a durability enhancing case for the casing of the MSI Stealth so that I can get what I'm looking for. Otherwise I might have to wait around 6-8 months for a newer laptop build to come out. Any suggestions?
  4. Yeah, that looks nice. I'm just a complete noob when it comes to computer/laptop specs though. I don't know the differences between AMD, and Intel chip sets. So pretty much everything I know/have looked up for my potential laptop build included Intel's 10th gen i9 cpu. Since it seemed to be the easiest to look up/find. Is there a possibility of finding a laptop that has the highest specs that I can get, while also not being too flimsy? I don't mind if the laptop is a little chunky. I just don't want it to be like a jet engine.
  5. I appreciate the builds shown on Razer's website. However the i7 cpu doesn't seem to fit my needs for what I plan to do with the laptop. 16gb ram is probably also the bare minimum I would need, but it's still a bit too little. Is there a way to maybe increase the durability of a laptop's casing, so as to take care of some of the downfalls of a couple of certain builds?
  6. Budget (including currency): $3500-$4000(max) Country: United States Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Digital Art Studios, Extensive VR experiences, Hardcore FPS Gaming Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): https://www.newegg.com/matte-black-msi-gs75-stealth-10sgs-027-gaming-entertainment/p/2WC-000C-01894 From my last post, people have suggested that I go through MSI for a compatible laptop for my needs. I've looked through everything they have, and I've decided on the specs provided by the MSI GS75 Stealth laptop. However the reviews keep saying that the casing is very flimsy, so I wanted to get a laptop with all of the specs provided, but in a different laptop. Like the MSI Raider. However the MSI Raider apparently doesn't have access to a 2080 Super Max-Q graphics card. I really want this laptop to be future proofed for the next 5-8 years. So a 10th gen i9 processor, and a 2080 Super Max-Q or the latest equivalent of said Graphics card/CPU are a must. I really like the look of the gemstone-esq/candy-like RGB keys on the keyboard provided for these 2 laptops. I don't want to purchase a tower, as I plan on taking my VR rig(s) with me when I go camping, or to festivals. So I need to be as mobile as possible. Thanks for the help!
  7. So, I'm not sure if this laptop will be available when I have all of the money collected for it. Is there a website where I might be able to have it built, then sent to me that's not Newegg?
  8. Maybe 9 years ago I think I remember linking 2 computers together using 2 USB cords. It seemed to have worked, as I was able to transfer files between the two. Would that still be possible?
  9. Is it possible to link laptops together to share information between them?
  10. That looks really nice. I like the coloring, and how crisp it looks. It doesn't have an optical drive though, which kind of sucks. I still have my current laptop though, so it should be fine, unless I end up with a game disk, or I want to rip some files off of some optical drive discs that I have to back up files.
  11. I mean, this IS my first time having to have a PC/laptop built for a specific purpose, instead of me just buying a showcase model, or something different. That laptop looks really nice, I wouldn't mind spending that little extra money on it either. Is it possible that it has a bigger screen at the cost of hz? I'm not too fond of the smaller screen sizes for laptops. I must apologise for me not mentioning the i9. I guess I didn't mention that, however I would've assumed that it was implied by how I worded the OP. As an i7 isn't exactly future proof.
  12. The first link isn't what you say it is. Also I would prefer having i9's as VR works best on it.
  13. I read through the review, and it seems like I could do better. Do you have any suggestions? I would like to be able to keep as many of the features that I have as possible though. A DVD/CD drive is definitely one of the things that I want for my system.
  14. Review? Which one is limited by poor cooling? How would I be able to increase the cooling capacity of said options?
  15. Well the only actual games out for VR that I would be trying to play when I get the VR headset are probably half life Alex, beatsaber, VR chat, boneworks, and a couple of others. I figured that with the specs I have currently selected for the new laptop I would at least be able to play them smoothly. If they're not up to par enough, what would you recommend? Would an external GPU enclosure help at all, even in the future?
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