MSI Gaming Notebook, GX620, Centrino P8400 2.26GHz, 4GB RAM 320GB HDD, 9600GT 512MB - £852.71 Delivered @ Ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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This is a pretty uber spec notebook for the price, I personally saw one of these running at stuff live! this weekend and it can handle games better than my desktop!

http://global.msi.eu/index.php?func=proddesc&maincat_no=135&cat2_no=271&prod_no=1529

Use the attached voucher to get this price!

Processor
* Intel Centrino 2, P8400 2.26G
* Chipset: Intel® PM45 + ICH9M

Memory
* 4GB (2+2) DDR2-800

Hard Drive
* 320GB

Optical Drive
* DVD SuperMulti

Software
* Operating System Microsoft® Windows® Vista Home Premium

Display
* 15.4'' Wide

Graphics
* nVidia GeForce 96000M GT 512MB DDR3 VRAM

Audio
* Integrated Speakers
* Input: Built in Mic

Input Devices
* Keyboard and touchpad

Networking
* Gigabit 10/100/1000
* Built-in modem
* Intel 802.11 AGN
* BT 2.0 + EDR

Power Supply
* 6 cell 4400mAh

Dimensions
* 358mm (L)
* 259mm (D)
* 27-32mm (H)
* Weight 2.7KG

Interfaces
* Graphics Card Output (15-pin, D-Sub) X 1
* USB2.0 Port X 2
* Mic-in Port X 1, Line-in X 1
* Headphone Output X 1, Line-out X 1
* Modem Port X 1, LAN Port X 1
* eSATA (USB Combo) X 1
* Express Card X 1
* IEEE1394 X 1
* HDMI X 1

Warranty/Miscellaneous
* 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
* 2.0M pixel Webcam
* 4-in-1 SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro
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#1
Think I have just had a nerd-gasm ... wish I had this much cash
#2
Nice spec but I wouldn't spend this much on a non-mainstream brand.
I just bought a Dell XPS M1530 laptop of similar spec (a little lower) from their outlet store for £600 with 3 years warranty. The XPS range get rave reviews, damned good build quality and play the most demanding games such as Half-life2, Crysis etc.
The MSI is not worth £270 more despite its written spec (which of course doesn't mean everything)
banned#3
M1530 is old though, the GPU is nothing compared to this and you can play Crysis on low settings and resolution. My old P4 2.1can play HL2 so its not a biggie since the game is scalable.
#4
With this PC you should be able to play most games on high. I think this is a very hot deal!
#5
dca860
Nice spec but I wouldn't spend this much on a non-mainstream brand.


MSI not a main brand since when! LOL They have been around over 20 years!
#7
dca860;3360671
Nice spec but I wouldn't spend this much on a non-mainstream brand.
I just bought a Dell XPS M1530 laptop of similar spec (a little lower) from their outlet store for £600 with 3 years warranty. The XPS range get rave reviews, damned good build quality and play the most demanding games such as Half-life2, Crysis etc.
The MSI is not worth £270 more despite its written spec (which of course doesn't mean everything)

I got a 1530 in the recent £50 off/Free delivery deal from outlet and for some reason the one I got was far cheaper than all the others - I watched them appear/disappear for several days. Not sure why, can't see any faults.
T8100, 4GB, 320GB HD, 8600GT with Bluetooth/wireless G. Basic screen but delivered for £450! No where near the spec of this MSI but half the price.
MSI is a good deal btw for those wanting the extra performance in the latest games. Cheaper than an equivalent non-outlet XPS from what I can see.
#8
banned#9
Shaddup Spank:)

Problem with the Dell, its ugly as sin.
#10
Very similar spec to the medion seen at Aldi recently... :thinking:
banned#11
#12
Ferengi
I got a 1530 in the recent £50 off/Free delivery deal from outlet and for some reason the one I got was far cheaper than all the others - I watched them appear/disappear for several days. Not sure why, can't see any faults.
T8100, 4GB, 320GB HD, 8600GT with Bluetooth/wireless G.


The 8400 and 8600 graphics chips have inherent design faults unfortunately - not sure if this has been addressed yet, but it has been affecting several manufacturers. do a google search for 8600 faulty graphics and loads will appear. This affected the XPS range from Dell.

http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=298809
#13
The 9600 has the same problmes as the 8600 with the faulty die contact glue material..
#14
Have a dell xps 1720 laptop had driver problems with 7900go drivers, nvidia never
bothered to update them, I get the impression this is the situation with all the laptop
G cards, just not enough users to warrant regular updates, if you want to play games
get a desktop, laptops are a waste of time.
banned#15
Not the new 9600 GT GPUs.
#16
The cards not been out long enough yet, only time will tell
#18
I haven't seen any bad posts on the nvidia 9xxx chips - if anyone can tell me different let me know ASAP
#19
Some 9 series cards are just rebadged 8 series one's.. the 8800gt for instance was rebadged as a 9 series card.. google it
banned#20
not the new ones with ddr3
#21
GX620? They stole that name from Dell.
#22
can anyone confirm the screen res? the UK MSI site only has one model of 1280x800 WSXGA but the EU site says the higher WSXGA+ resolution. Ebuyer site doesnt state the res, cheers for any help.
#23
Updated, e-buyer dropped their price, but the voucher still works...

Now £852.71 delivered!
#24
nutley;3429705
can anyone confirm the screen res? the UK MSI site only has one model of 1280x800 WSXGA but the EU site says the higher WSXGA+ resolution. Ebuyer site doesnt state the res, cheers for any help.


UK site says WSXGA+ 1680x1050:

http://www.msicomputer.co.uk/index.php?func=prodtmpspec&prod_no=1416&maincat_no=135&cat2_no=271&cat3_no=#menu

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