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Need a High End Laptop

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I need a very powerful laptop for gaming. The minimum spec I need is RTX 2070 at least a 144hz display 16Gb ram and atleast a 500Gb ssd. The two options on my list are the Razer Blade 15 or Asus Zephyrus S GX502. And both being fantastic choices the only reason which is stopping me from getting any is good after sales service. I know Razer has pretty crap service and I am coming to know Asus is also not very good in this regard. What should I do should I bite the bullet and go for one and if yes which one it should be and if no what other option can I go for. (I am not that much of a RGB person and would love if the body is more elegant looking like the Razer Blade) 

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What about a Helios? Definetly not a lightweight if thats a must have. And battery life... well it comes with a lot of power under the hood.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

 

1 minute ago, ZeouLs said:

What about a Helios? Definetly not a lightweight if thats a must have. And battery life... well it comes with a lot of power under the hood.

I have very bad experience with Acer and Hp. So far Dell and ThinkPad are the only laptop which I can truly say are worth buying. Razer and Asus are new territory for me so I wanted to check those out. Also helios does not seem to be that premium as compared to Razer's offerings

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https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/gaming-and-games/new-alienware-m15-gaming-laptop/spd/alienware-m15-r2-laptop/wnm15r230s

 

I own an Alienware laptop and I have nothing but good things to say about it.


Case: Rosewill THORV2 CPU: i7 5930K Motherboard: EVGA X99 Classified RAM: 16GB DDR4 G.Skill GPU: MSi GTX 980 Ti Lightning Edition (2x SLI) PSU: Corsair 1000w 80+ Platinum Drives: 500GB SSD (2x), 120GB SSD, 2TB (2x) HDD, 4TB HDD, & 500GB HDD Displays: Dell P2715Q 27" (4K) (3x nVidia Surround)

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8 minutes ago, Divyansh Jain said:

How is the battery life? Also what would you say the thickness of it would be? 

Battery life is not that good, the thickness I'm not sure since the one I linked you is newer than mine. But honestly, I never expect a really good battery life from a gaming laptop though lol.

 

I will say this, I really like the build quality of Alienware laptops and I prefer power over portability for a gaming laptop.  


Case: Rosewill THORV2 CPU: i7 5930K Motherboard: EVGA X99 Classified RAM: 16GB DDR4 G.Skill GPU: MSi GTX 980 Ti Lightning Edition (2x SLI) PSU: Corsair 1000w 80+ Platinum Drives: 500GB SSD (2x), 120GB SSD, 2TB (2x) HDD, 4TB HDD, & 500GB HDD Displays: Dell P2715Q 27" (4K) (3x nVidia Surround)

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44 minutes ago, Abyssal Radon said:

I really like the build quality of Alienware laptops

Back in the day of netbooks, Alienware was the only company (AFAIK) that made a 10" magnesium alloy gaming netbook. I wish I had one. Alienware comes up with some wicked shit sometimes. I don't know if they still do magnesium alloy but i do know it makes a huge difference in quality and price.

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Just now, Geoff35674567 said:

Back in the day of netbooks, Alienware was the only company (AFAIK) that made a 10" magnesium alloy gaming netbook. I wish I had one. Alienware comes up with some wicked shit sometimes. I don't know if they still do magnesium alloy but i do know it makes a huge difference in quality and price.

I don't know whether if my laptop is constructed with magnesium alloy, but I'll just say I love my Alienware and as soon as it gets too old or shits the bed (ie. hardware failure) I'll happy get another Alienware laptop. No questions asked lol.


Case: Rosewill THORV2 CPU: i7 5930K Motherboard: EVGA X99 Classified RAM: 16GB DDR4 G.Skill GPU: MSi GTX 980 Ti Lightning Edition (2x SLI) PSU: Corsair 1000w 80+ Platinum Drives: 500GB SSD (2x), 120GB SSD, 2TB (2x) HDD, 4TB HDD, & 500GB HDD Displays: Dell P2715Q 27" (4K) (3x nVidia Surround)

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