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$600 - $700 Gaming laptop

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I was looking for a laptop within this range, and wondering if there was an option with a 1050 Ti that also doesn't have a bunch of bad reviews about reliability. I was thinking about the Acer Nitro 5, but then there were also a lot of bad reviews about that. I just want something around the 600-700 range, a 1050 Ti, and something that I can count on. I don't really care if the battery life sucks or if there isn't much portability, 

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Dell G7 perhaps? Of course, LTT also recommended the Walmart gaming laptop, I hear that's cheap for how good it is.

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37 minutes ago, hiitswilliam said:

600-700 range

Walmart OP laptop (TongFang chassis)

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My Desktop specs:

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ID-Cooling SE-224-XT White Gigabyte B550M DS3H mATX Tecware Forge M2 mATX White Case Montech Century 650W Gold

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11 hours ago, GeneXiS_X said:

Mediocre cooling

Will that impact my frames enough to bother me? I'm only looking for 1080p60 on medium to high settings.

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21 hours ago, fasauceome said:

Dell G7 perhaps? Of course, LTT also recommended the Walmart gaming laptop, I hear that's cheap for how good it is.

Yes, but is there a version of that laptop with something higher than a 1050 2 GB, but less expensive than 700?

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If I could eek out a bit more money, I could go with the 144 hz version. Except that I can't. Or if I did, I wouldn't have enough money for peripherals and games. 

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Asus fx 504 i guess 700-800 around that price

 

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1 hour ago, hiitswilliam said:

Will that impact my frames enough to bother me?

Probably just a bit, however higher temps = kill components faster

1 hour ago, hiitswilliam said:

but less expensive than 700

Chances are all gaming laptops in this price range have mediocre cooling

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