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Which is better?

I have 2 choices for a gaming laptop. one that is $AU 1229 and the other is $ AU 1449. The cheaper one has a core i7-8750H with a GTX 1050ti. The more expensive one has a GTX 1060 with a core i7-8750H. I know the 1060 is better but I don't know if the amount im paying for the 1060 is worth it. I don't know which one to choose mainly because of the prices. Can you help me?

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3 minutes ago, Slottr said:

System with the 1060 will last you longer, depending on the model

the 1060 is a 6gb but i'm mainly worried about the pricing. I don't know which one is more worth it for it's price.

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Take the 1060 model.

 

The 1060 is about 60-70% faster than the 1050Ti so in my eyes its worth it.

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14 minutes ago, Sinister Spirit said:

the 1060 is a 6gb but i'm mainly worried about the pricing. I don't know which one is more worth it for it's price.

The 1060 is a significant step up from the 1050ti. I bought a 1060 laptop for travel and I dont have any buyers remorse. 

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Which model? Don't just compare specs

Is your main usage gaming?

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