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Im a music producer looking for a laptop with a very strong processor and a weaker graphics card. It seems that top of the line (consumer) processors always get paired with a graphics card way more powerful/expensive than I need. Anyone know of a laptop that fits this criteria?

 

...also anyone know when the ryzen laptops come out? Lol

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There are a few laptops with 7820HK's paired with 950MX so they exist but they cost more than an aorus beast with better specs and cooling so its not worth it

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For the price you would be paying for a laptop with what you want, you could get a laptop with a great processor and a great graphics card.

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Just now, Synawke said:

For the price you would be paying for a laptop with what you want, you could get a laptop with a great processor and a great graphics card.

This is what i was going to say, I don't know of many laptops with jsut a good processor, and if i do come across one with a weaker gpu then the cpu will mostly just be average and nothing special. I think you'd be better off just getting a gaming pc because even though it is meant for gaming it's got the specs for video editing among other things. That's what i suggest but what is your price range? 

And, I hate to say it but... a macbook?

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Change to US pricing (currently Canadian)  An Aorus/alienware laptop has a better CPU, better GPU and better cooling and costs less

 

http://www.dell.com/en-ca/work/shop/cty/pdp/spd/precision-17-7720-laptop/xctop772017ca

 

http://www.dell.com/en-ca/work/shop/cty/pdp/spd/precision-m7710-workstation/xctomp771017usca

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21 minutes ago, ErykYT3 said:

This is what i was going to say, I don't know of many laptops with jsut a good processor, and if i do come across one with a weaker gpu then the cpu will mostly just be average and nothing special. I think you'd be better off just getting a gaming pc because even though it is meant for gaming it's got the specs for video editing among other things. That's what i suggest but what is your price range? 

And, I hate to say it but... a macbook?

Macbooks do kinda fall into this requirement. but again, for the price you could get something with a great GPU and better overall specs. Do macbooks have quad cores and higher yet? I thought all the new ones had dual cores

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Get a Macbook Pro 15 inch.. I think that will fit your criteria 

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thanks for all the help! Yeah I'm staying away from macs lol. I was hoping there was a laptop that fit that criteria meaning it would be cheaper as well. My budget is under 3k if I can do some type of payment plan, but I'm still after a good bang for the buck deal. I'll definitely check out the aorus laptops!

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1 hour ago, RaddG93 said:

thanks for all the help! Yeah I'm staying away from macs lol. I was hoping there was a laptop that fit that criteria meaning it would be cheaper as well. My budget is under 3k if I can do some type of payment plan, but I'm still after a good bang for the buck deal. I'll definitely check out the aorus laptops!

3k in what currency? For US/CAD/GBP/EUR thats quite good budget. As said, you can buy directly from manufacturer and customize features you want. Or go to some butique shop selling business laptops. Actually, business laptops are something you should look at. They only have good GPUs if they are used to CAD or something that needs more graphical processing. Plus you get much better warranty service than with consumer grade stuff.

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