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Posted · Original PosterOP

What do you think is the most powerful laptop on the market? 

I found a site https://eurocom.com/ec/modelsg(7)MobileSupercomputers Where you can buy a laptop that has the components of a tower computer:

Cpu: I9-9900KF

GPU: Dual gtx 2080

RAM: 128Gb DDR4 

Unlocked bios

3 m2 ssd

2 stata ssd

Display or 4K 60Hz or FHD 144Hz

2 LAN ethernet port

780W power supply

 

Do you know if there is a more powerful laptop? 

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I’m pretty sure that’s an actual 9900k... not the mobile version


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In terms of GPU power, it's pretty unmatched. CPU wise, you could theoretically put an eco-mode 3950x in the nonsense socketed Ryzen laptop that Asus came out with a while ago. No idea if it's bios supported, but that would be a lot more CPU power in multicore applications.

 

Really, though, it's a desktop with a screen stapled to it. No one in their right mind would carry that thing around, and this is coming from an old school Lenovo Chonkpad user.

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Its like a laptop in name only, shit is huge and its gotta have at least two bricks to get up to 780w, maybe even 3. 

 

Get ready to remortgage your house to afford that laptop too lol


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6 minutes ago, Grabhanem said:

No one in their right mind would carry that thing around, and this is coming from an old school Lenovo Chonkpad user.

I would, litteraly just for the flex, at 1.8 inches thicc tho, you could fit a full size gpu inside 😂


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4 minutes ago, Theguywhobea said:

Get ready to remortgage your house to afford that laptop too lol

specced out its 21k usd HAHAHA

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29 minutes ago, 0pp0 said:

What do you think is the most powerful laptop on the market? 

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59 minutes ago, 0pp0 said:

What do you think is the most powerful laptop on the market? 

I found a site https://eurocom.com/ec/modelsg(7)MobileSupercomputers Where you can buy a laptop that has the components of a tower computer:

Cpu: I9-9900KF

GPU: Dual gtx 2080

RAM: 128Gb DDR4 

Unlocked bios

3 m2 ssd

2 stata ssd

Display or 4K 60Hz or FHD 144Hz

2 LAN ethernet port

780W power supply

 

Do you know if there is a more powerful laptop? 

That is a portable desktop by all accounts. The 9900KF if literally a 9900K with the integrated graphics disabled by cutting the connection or they don't include the integrated graphics at all, so its a portable desktop haha


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11 hours ago, Renton577 said:

That is a portable desktop by all accounts. The 9900KF if literally a 9900K with the integrated graphics disabled by cutting the connection or they don't include the integrated graphics at all, so its a portable desktop haha

I know it's a desktop computer inside a laptop case, but do you think it's the most powerful on the market? Can you find better? And especially what score would come on cinebench, considering it has the bios unlocked and then you could overclock it

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