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So i have been thinking about getting a new computer for awhile and i was thinking of getting the Asus g750jx but now i keep thinking about the pros and cons of this computer and alienware m17x

 

Asus G750jx  

pros:  

-awesome fighter jet design

-epic cooling system (for stealth very quite)

-awesome graphics card

-12 hour stand by battery

-1920x1080 anti glare matte display

 

cons:

-no nvidia optimus

-no little pretty little colors on keyboard xD

-not very good sound system

-soldered GPU on motherboard (unable to upgrade GPU)

 

Alienware m17x

pros:

-"from a different world" design

-nvidia optimus

-awesome sound system

-GPU upgradable (not soldered on Motherboard)

-pretty little colors on keyboard (able to change colors too)

cons:

-not very good battery

-bad cooling system

-has to be plugged in for "awesome performance"

 

Cons for both:

-both have reports of bad costumer service

 

So i would like your all's honest opinion cause im stuck idk what to get.

you all are the only ones that ik that know the most about computers. thanks again!

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about the "have to be plugged in "  : ANY laptop u buy has to be plugged in when you are gaming , u can always make it run best performance on battery by changing some advanced options BUT you should never play games on battery ...it fucks your battery up , u could ruin your battery in one day sometimes .

 

the Nvidia optimus isnt that much of an argument , all it does is turn card off when its not used ... and it makes u not able to run old games like Ra2 ... the tech that is really interesting about Nvidia is the FXAA , its an Anti-aliasing tech that only Nvidia has and is very good for the eyes with little to no hit on performance , it's really good .

 

about changing gpu on a laptop .... well u said that the alienware doesnt have that great cooling system , so its not like you are gonna be able to upgrade gpu anyway.

and having a good cooling system is one of the Most important thing on a laptop ( i got hp and i can use it as heater in winter , u dont wanna have that :P )

 

Oh and ... how about u post some "real" specs so we can discuss better ... i mean "epic cooling system" and "awsome graphics card" doesnt really explain much :v

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I wouldnt recommend Alienware. They rip you off. You can change the motherboard and get a motherboard that you can put new upgrades on. Which is cheaper.

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I wouldnt recommend Alienware. They rip you off. You can change the motherboard and get a motherboard that you can put new upgrades on. Which is cheaper.

wanted to say that too , alienware is very overrated and overpriced .

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All right thanks! Here's the specs of both :P.

 

Alienware: -$1,800

processor: 4th Generation Intel Core i7-4700MQ processor (6MB Cache, up to 3.4GHz)

RAM: 16GB Dual Channel DDR3L at 1600MHz

Hard drive: 750GB SATA 6Gb/s (7,200 RPM)

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770M with 3GB GDDR5

Display: 17.3" WLED FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Display

Wireless: Broadcom 4352 802.11 ac 2x2 and Bluetooth 4.0

Primary battery: 8-cell Lithium Ion (86 wHr)

Operating system: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, English or Windows 8

Ports, slots and chassis: AlienFX Lighting Zones
10 unique programmable zones with up to 20 distinct colors providing over 10 trillion lighting combinations


Dimensions & Starting weight
Height: Front: 1.820 in (46.24 mm) Rear: 1.908 in (48.46 mm)
Depth: 11.772 in (299.00 mm)
Width: 16.282 in (413.56 mm)
Starting at weight with optional SSD: 9.1494 lbs. (4.1501 Kg.)

External Chassis Connections
(1x) Power/DC-in Jack
(1x) RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet IPv6 (3x) SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports
(1x) SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Port with PowerShare Technology
(1x) Mini-Display Port
(1x) HDMI 1.4 Output / 1.3 Input
(1x) 7-in-1 Media Card Reader
(2x) Audio Out 1/8" Ports (One compatible with inline mic headset)
(1x) Line In Microphone 1/8" Port (retaskable for 5.1 analog audio output)
(1x) Kensington Security Lock port (cable and lock sold separately)

Exterior Chassis Materials
Anodized Aluminum
Magnesium Alloy

Keyboard
4-Zone, multi-color RGB, keyboard with AlienFX lighting controls and numeric keypad
4 user-programmable keys providing up to 4 distinct functions per application or game

Memory Slots
4x 204-Pin DDR3L SO-DIMM SDRAM Slots

Software
Alienware Command Center
AlienFX™
AlienTouch™
AlienFusion
AlienAdrenaline w/ Accelerator
Alienware TactX™

Touchpad
Backlit button image sensor trackpad with all-points addressable (A

 

 

Asus ROG G750JX -$1,800

Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-4700HQ (3.4GHz)

GPU: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 770M 3GB GDDR5

RAM: 16 GB DDR3 (4 SO-DIMM slots supports up to 32GB)

Storage: Built-in 256GB SSD and 1TB, 5400rpm SATA Hard Drive (upgradeable)

optical drive: Super-Multi DVD

Wireless: 802.11ac

Display: 17.3" Full HD (1920x1080) LED backlight

ports and slots:

  • 4 USB 3.0 Port
  • 1 HDMI 1.4
  • 1 Thunderbolt port
  • 1 VGA port/Mini D-sub 15-pin for external monitor
  • 1 Microphone-in jack
  • 1 Headphone-out jack
  • 1 RJ45 LAN Jack for LAN insert

Power system:

  • Rechargeable 8 cells, 5900 mAh Smart Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Output: 19 V DC, 180W
  • Input: 100~240 V AC, 50/60Hz universal

  physical: 16.1"(W) x 12.5"(D) x 0.67" ~ 1.8"(H)

Operating system: Windows 8

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If I were you, I'd choose the Asus. You can modify it later on. Ask how much it is to get a new motherboard with customizations(increased ram, better gfx, better sound card, etc,.) You will be better off.

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In my own opinion, I have never had an issue with ASUS, I consider them to be one of the best, Alienware makes a great PC, but the cost is astronomical, it would be far cheaper to build or buy a store bought and make select upgrades, more so I personally never recommend a laptop for gaming, some people like it, personally I feel you can do more with a desktop when it comes to gaming.

 

-RnD-

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You can build a desktop that will crush both of those laptops for less money.

 

BUt if you take your laptop everywhere, I'd get the ASUS.

 

(Their customer service isn't that bad, after you find out how to contact them, wait 3 days for a useless response, re-contact them, let them tell you that the problem is on your end, and then get nasty ....they email you the prepaid RMA kit right away.)

 

You should wait for G-sync to come out in early 2014, it eliminates motion blur in gaming, and ASUS will be the first to have it.

Makes your shooting WAAAAAYYYYY more accurate in game. You hit what you aim at, like on the old CRT monitors.

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