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what type of configuration is considered acceptable for a laptop at 2000$ that must to everything from gaming to anime...

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what type of configuration is considered acceptable for a laptop at 2000$ that must to everything from gaming to anime...

Quad core minimum, 6-8GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive if you're going to store anime on it, a 128GB+ SSD if you're not, both if it supports it. Discrete graphics, at least GTX870m or better and a IPS 1080p panel or better.

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Quad core minimum, 6-8GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive if you're going to store anime on it, a 128GB+ SSD if you're not, both if it supports it. Discrete graphics, at least GTX870m or better and a IPS 1080p panel or better.

so most of what i can fiind fill the bill and even better... what i want to buy very soon has ips FHD, 17", gtx970, 8gbRAM, hdd 1tb, i7 4710hq g751 asus rog... so it should act just fine... i was wondering if i could get better for the money...

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what type of configuration is considered acceptable for a laptop at 2000$ that must to everything from gaming to anime...


Not bad advice from Tangster. 

 

Consider the Asus ROG G751 (specifically the DH72).  Core i7 4710HQ, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD & 1 TB HD, and a GTX970M.  Comes in at just under $1900 at newegg.  Only think that I don't care much for is the 17" screen which is only 1920x1080 and the fact it's quite bulky.

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what type of configuration is considered acceptable for a laptop at 2000$ that must to everything from gaming to anime...


Not bad advice from Tangster. 

 

Consider the Asus ROG G751 (specifically the DH72).  Core i7 4710HQ, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD & 1 TB HD, and a GTX970M.  Comes in at just under $1900 at newegg.  Only think that I don't care much for is the 17" screen which is only 1920x1080 and the fact it's quite bulky.

Retina MacBook Pro 15" :p

 

$1999, Core i7, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, 2880x1800 IPS, 6+ hours battery and only 4.5 pounds. (the ROG G751 is twice that, at 9.2 pounds)

 

It's been a great laptop for me. Then again, I don't game...

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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post
 

Retina MacBook Pro 15" :p

 

$1999, Core i7, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, 2880x1800 IPS, 6+ hours battery and only 4.5 pounds. (the ROG G751 is twice that, at 9.2 pounds)

 

It's been a great laptop for me. Then again, I don't game...

 

Mate what year is your rMBP?

 

2012 models go for pretty cheap on gumtree(1-1.5k), is scrolling still a bit laggy or has that been fixed?

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