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Asus ROG GL752VY Gaming Laptop / I7-6700HQ / 24GB RAM / 1TB HDD / 256 GB SSD / GTX 980M £680 @ CeX
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Posted 8th Jun 2018Posted 8th Jun 2018
Asus ROG GL752VY Gaming Laptop / I7-6700HQ / 24GB RAM / 1TB HDD / 256 GB SSD / GTX 980M £680 @ CeX£680CeX Deals
Good price for a laptop with a 980m comes with two year cex warranty

2 year warranty makes it worth a buy I think, provided CEX's warranty is worthwhile


GPU itself will probably be fine but would expect vents to be clogged with dust as you get on high performance laptops. Whether they’ve cleaned it depends on the store as some are really good and others literally buy it off some mug for £340 and put it straight back out for £680 - sometimes with the user’s data left on it (true story)!


Could go either way, this. It's a good price for the spec but being a gaming laptop, there's a chance it's been thrashed. No amount of refurbishment is going to sort a battered GPU.


I wouldn’t risk another B-grade from CeX for laptops! I had Dell XPS 15 9550 delivered yesterday in B grade. It looked ‘off’ so I had a closer look. The hinge cover was broken, not sitting flush and the display didn’t look right, on inspection the display had deep scratches on the bottom edge and it became clear that the LCD had been replaced very badly. The bezel edging was stuck down with what looked like epoxy resin that had splurged out onto the panel itself. That was £500 which would have been a bargain but now it needs to be returned... Moral of the story, don’t buy stuff from CeX unless you can physically see it first.

Asus G11CD Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 256GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 G11CD-K-UK034T - £630.97 @ buyitdirectdiscounts ebay
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Posted 19th May 2018Posted 19th May 2018
Asus G11CD Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 256GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 G11CD-K-UK034T - £630.97 @ buyitdirectdiscounts ebay£630.97£779.9819% offeBay Deals
SHEDDING LIGHT ON UNCOMPROMISING PERFORMANCE ASUS G11 is designed for casual gamers who want a high performance gaming platform that doesn't break the bank. You'll be in awe of … Read more

description has been updated fromNVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10


so is it a i5 or i7 description can't make its mind up


Clock speed is Irrelevant, cross generations. 4 gig Vram is fine for 1080p. More is a waste,as Ncrappier knows. (GPU BOSS is as much use as a chocolate fireguard in every use case in history). As I did actually look earlier, this machine was shipped with gtx 950 - gtx 1080 cards. The vendor here states GTX 980, so I would expect that is what you would get. (Not like its uncheckable) Plugging GPU BOSS is like asking your 10 yr old sister to set up your electronic engine management system turbo wastegate controls. To use your language; The 980 beats out the 1060 IN EVERY GAME, but some prat might think other numbers are important. GPU boss could help daft people make more chronic mistakes in the future, if they listen to newbs.


To end the 980 vs the 1060 debate, the 980 beats out the 1060 on most areas but the 1060 has more RAM and a higher clock speed: Not that it matters as this thread has pointed out this rig probably contains a 1050 :/ still, figured plugging GPUboss could help some people in future :)


Motherboard is actually made for the pc model ( G11CD-K-UK034T) by asus, if the rest of their off the shelf gaming boxes are to be gone by. This is backed up on the site with a support list of cpu's and gpu's available as options. Which is why it can get a bit fuzzy. ( obviously the next letters refer to orderable variants.

LENOVO IdeaPad Y900 17.3" Gaming Laptop GTX 980M 8gb £999.97 at PC World
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Posted 22nd Apr 2018Posted 22nd Apr 2018
LENOVO IdeaPad Y900 17.3" Gaming Laptop GTX 980M 8gb £999.97 at PC World£999.97PC World_sLrg Deals
I've been looking around for a new 17" laptop for few months and I think this looks really good. Looks like £30 TCB as well. It's a couple of years old now but the graphics card i… Read more

Well, there are some really nice, small desktop cases which you can fit a very powerful rig into :)


Yes, I understand there are many advantages having a desktop of some description rather than a laptop but for me there are some space issues and I quite like the portability. That said, if I could find something small and powerful, with the number of ports these laptops have I could opt for that as I already have two other laptops. However, they are both a bit old and in no way capable of gaming but they are well adequate for all my general needs. Some kind of midi is an option but it would have to be small and whilst I have largely kept abreast with laptops, I haven't had a desktop for over a decade and have no idea what's available, what is good and where to get it - although Amazon service is indeed good, as you say.


Well, my only advice to you is, if you buy, buy direct from Amazon due to their return policy & warranty. Secondly, do you NEED a laptop? As in, would a pc not suit your needs? You get a lot more for your money if it's for probability I understand just curious


I've been looking at these two and am puzzling over the best option. I'm looking at a 17" preferably, so an ASUS GL7xx model is the current prime option - it's exactly the same spec as that Cyberpower. The quandary is whether the Cyberpower is a better option in terms of cooling and possibly longevity. The ASUS also has a terrific screen and I just don't know about the Cyberpower. I know it's IPS but I can't find out anything really about how that translates into real world experience.


I use it for everything, but gaming is the main reason for wanting these particular specs

15 nights in Orlando, flights accommodation and car hire - £930 for family of 4 @ Thomas Cook
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Posted 10th Apr 2018Posted 10th Apr 2018
15 nights in Orlando, flights accommodation and car hire - £930 for family of 4 @ Thomas Cook£232.50Thomas Cook Deals
flying from manchester on the 17th april till 2nd may with thomas cook staying at the Baymont Inn & Suites on international drive,,term time I know but just pay the fine for th… Read more

(lol) bless you!


Well you learned how to use the word “literally” at least. Didn’t think it’d hurt your feelings so much though.


Hahaha yip! And I'm well impressed with myself, literally.


No, that was sarcasm. As in, PC culture. Where everyone’s offended. Jokes aren’t as funny when you have to explain them. Also, did you actually just dig up a 3 week post to try and get your own back? I really struck a nerve didn’t I?



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Gaming Laptop: Acer Predator 15 G9-592 £899.97 GTX 980M, i5-6300HQ £899.97 @ Saveonlaptops
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Posted 28th Sep 2017Posted 28th Sep 2017
Gaming Laptop: Acer Predator 15 G9-592 £899.97 GTX 980M, i5-6300HQ £899.97 @ Saveonlaptops£899.97saveonlaptops Deals
Quite a good deal in my opinion. Very impressive battery life for a gaming laptop too (7-8 hours), drawbacks would be that it's from the Nvidia 900 series rather than the 1000 seri… Read more
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Good review here for the same laptop apart from the CPU


It depends on the type of 1060 as well. The 3gb max Q is probably weaker then a 980m for example (although it would keep all the advantages of being a newer card). The full 3gb version vs the 980m is very close so that extra power will matter. In the end, for this laptop, I'd worry about that CPU. Laptop CPU's are still much weaker then desktop cpus.


Only 7 left in stock! Was 20 yesterday


If you decide to go for it .buy direct from Acer, 3 years extended £69, 4 years £99.


Is it worth paying for the 3 year extended warranty?

MSI GTX 980Ti Gaming £275.99 @ Novatech
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Posted 4th Sep 2017Posted 4th Sep 2017
MSI GTX 980Ti Gaming £275.99 @ Novatech£275.99Novatech Deals
Says it all - GTX 1070-like performance at a bargain price

1525MHz core and just above 1950Mhz memory. I'm really happy with it as well. Was running a R9 390 so this is quite the upgrade. Play mostly Rainbow 6 Siege on a 1080p 144hz monitor, so with the R9 390 I had to turn the graphics down to medium settings and I got an average of 120fps. Now I can almost max out the settings and I get an average 170fps.


What is it boosting to? I've had mine into the low 80's too with it being a small case. Just had to bump my fans up a little. Fantastic card. Such a bargain.


I'm running +150 on core and +400 on memory as well without increasing the voltage. Didn't try to push it to the max though, core wouldn't run stable at 175 so set it back to 150 and left it there, and memory I just set at 400 and left it there. Edit: oh and temp hitting max 81 when stress testing (mind I only have 2 case fans in a Fractal Design Define S, 1 intake and 1 outtake)


Very impressed with this card. Boosting to 1525mhz when playing Titanfall 2 and Crysis 3. Seems stable so far. Running on air in a small form factor case. +87 voltage, +400 on memory and around +150 on core. Temps around high 70's which isn't great but wont really hurt the card.


Me too. Yep and yep. Great card for the price, I should have bought 2.