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I want to find a good gaming laptop around 1800 us$ maybe less or little more and with gtx980m 

Please tell me which one is good choice 

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Fortunately, there's a large choice of Gaming Laptops with 980Ms on places like Newegg or TigerDirect, they seem to be quite common. You'll find that the ASUS ROG G751 that Linus reviewed earlier this year retails for around $1,560 on Newegg, where you get a 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, as well as the sought after 980M. If you're willing to spend that little bit more you can get an upgraded model of the G751 with more RAM (24GBs rather than 16GBs) and a doubled capacity on the SSD side; that retails for around $1860 on Newegg, however it is refurbished.

 

In short, go for the ones that have been reviewed positively and are around your price budget, like the G751 that both me and 007agentHP have suggested.

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Look at something from Clevo/Sager/OriginPC/Eurocom/XoticPC/TurboX/Mythologic

With 1800-2000$ budget you shouldn't be wasting time with mainstream brands such as Asus or Dell.

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I want to find a good gaming laptop around 1800 us$ maybe less or little more and with gtx980m 

Please tell me which one is good choice 

 

As stated, you should go with a Clevo, as it seems like the only sensible choice for a laptop at this price range. And I recommend this.

 

http://www.sagernotebook.com/Gaming-Notebook-NP8658-S.html

 

1080p G-Sync, NVMe SSD capability, 3 cooling fans, 980M with 8GB of GDDR5 VRAM, up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, 28.8mm thick, 2.5kg, I would pick this any day, any time.

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I want to find a good gaming laptop around 1800 us$ maybe less or little more and with gtx980m 

Please tell me which one is good choice 

I can vouch for the earlier suggested P650RG, you could go P670RG if you want it to be bigger. I suggest you take a look at http://rjtech.com/ think it might be cheaper than Sager.

Btw: P650RG=NP8658, you can take a look on http://www.clevo.com.tw/clevo_prodetail.asp?id=837〈=en for the specs. If you have a question about the laptop feel free to PM me. Oh and it's usually way cheaper to buy the SSD seperate and throw it in yourself, this may go for the RAM as well.

My Rig:


Model: P650RG | Brand: Clevo | CPU: 6700HQ | GPU: 980M | RAM: 16GB KINGSTON HYPER-X DDR4 | SSD: 2x 480GB Kingston KC300 | Screen: 3K Panasonic IPS LED 

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Oh and it's usually way cheaper to buy the SSD seperate and throw it in yourself, this may go for the RAM as well.

 

Yep this, and sometimes the HDD as well, depending on which reseller you choose to get from.

Frost | 7700K @ 4.9GHz 1.36v, delidded | Asus DUAL GTX 1060 6GB OC | Corsair LPX 16GB DDR4 2800MHz | Samsung 960 EVO 250GB SSD + Toshiba 1TB HDD + Toshiba 2TB HDD + Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD for macOS | Asus PRIME Z270-A | Fractal Design Celsius S24 | Seasonic M12-II 620W PSU | Corsair 400C White | NZXT Hue+

Samsung Galaxy S8 | Stock

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