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EagleUK

You can get 10% off with the credit code making this around £810 :) LXJUL

Rich44

Takes an M2 drive in addition to the SATA drive too.

Smadmad

Every listing I have found is roughly the same price or more but with only 8gb of ram. Very have been known to show incorrect product info. If it's correct it's a good price for this model

MSI PL62 7RC  - MX150 GRAPHICS £599.98 @ Ebuyer
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The cheapest laptop with NVIDIA MX150 I could find. Intel Kabylake i5-7300HQ 8GB RAM + 1TB HDD 15.6" Full HD + WIFI NVIDIA GeForce MX150 2GB Windows 10 Home Free backpack Read more
brendinho

excellent!! cheers!!

eraldo

You could pay a little extra and get one with an ssd and a gtx 1050, why settle for an mx150 at this price. I dont get it?

Rich44

Nice the MX150 is a lot more powerful than I originally thought it was. So close to buying one of these just need the price a little lower....

VeganBart

This guy on YouTube did a nice review of it. (Intel i7 version).

redflash

Looks good, I can't find many reviews but it has 2 SODIMMs which only 1 should come populated and an M.2 for adding an SSD, but wonder if it comes with a proper British keyboard, all the pictures are generic images using a US keyboard layout.

Saveonlaptops - MSI Laptop. i5-7300HQ  8GB RAM 128GB SSD and Dedicated Graphics: GTX-960M £599.97
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There's been a few fantastic Curry's deal with dedicated gfx cards. This isn't quite to those standards but I'll put it out there to see what others think. I'd welcome any "it's no… Read more
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Damians

Don't buy this laptop! Terrible and cheap plastic. You need to clean it every time you use it, as fingerprints are very visible on it (my hands are clean, while I am using it). Believe me - you probably will be better off paying £50 extra for a laptop with similar specs made by Asus or other company using better materials. Also GTX960m is comparable to GTX950.

bulletfoss

That's a cracking price, the 960m indeed qualifies as a gaming GFX chipset in my opinion.

oxtailjuice

You were right, I did mean Football Manager. Will have a look at the one you suggested, thanks

slashformayor

MSI as a company are crap. Anyone even considering buying an MSI product should do their homework beforehand

54M13

Probably the new Forza motorsport, which this should run at low-mid settings.

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MSI GL72M 7RDX-844UK 17.3" Gaming Laptop Includes Bag, Steel Series Headset And Mouse - Black - £899 - ao.com plus offering £100 cash back of eligible
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Key Features GeForce GTX 1050 - play top games 7th gen i7 processor & 8GB RAM 1TB storage - stores the equivalent of 30 games Durable SteelSeries keyboard with RGB lighting MSI… Read more
kada_fd

Thank you 3ak!!

ollie87

Exactly. This "deal" is poor value.

3ak

People that want a better GPU better be willing to pay that extra monies. You're damn right. Have fun with your laptop.

kada_fd

Well I'm gonna confess I'm not a total tech head here... I pretty much wanted a 17.3" monitor and the light up keys coz hell...why not!! Everywhere I looked the price started over £1k just for that alone!! And yes I was shopping specifically MSI coz I like them! I reckoned the new i7 chipset and the gtx1050 were all awesome specs to get for that price too!! Now comments are saying new GPU with older CPU's? Old CPU's with new GPU's ....heck all I wanted was something nice for my budget and this is a pretty sweet deal for that! If I was going by total specs I'd have been looking at a much much pricier machine.. I'm just super happy to get what I wanted without spending a complete fortune and the extra's are the Cherry on top ;)

plewis00

I agree. Given the performance of the quad core i5 you get these days (in single and multithread), i7 does seem to be largely a marketing gimmick here. There was definitely scope to fit an i5 and a small (128GB) SSD instead of this i7 and a uselessly slow mechanical drive. Even if the hypothetical i5 is a bottleneck it'll be much less of one than a slow disk or the GPU

MSI Laptop (i5-7300HQ CPU, 15.6" 1080p Screen, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 128GB SSD, DVD Rewriter, GeForce GTX 960M 2GB Graphics) £599.97 @ SaveOnLaptops
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Decent laptop for the price. Typically quite hard to find a good all-round spec for this money. The big compromise at this price point are usually the screens (which are almost alw… Read more
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DirtyQwerty

This is back in stock. More than 20 in stock.

kitana8

Was same spec as this but with 1050 and no dvd but who uses CD's anymore anyway hehe plus makes it a lot thinner

NargUk

Got the i7 version of this a while back. Can't fault the build quality. Keys feel great. Really sturdy laptop

supascoop76

Same specs but with a 1050 for £150 more if that's good for anyone? Comes with a back pack and Game too https://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/9S7-16J942-079-MSI-GP62-7RD(Leopard)-079UK_2068374.html

phizzy

Ah good, thanks for letting me know. The small SSD should be enough for OS and the most important software.

MSI GL62 7QF Gaming Laptop + Backpack Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB, NVIDIA GTX 960, 15.6" Full HD £599.98 @ Ebuyer
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Ok so I missed out on the HP omen the other day from john lewis and managed to come across this. Seems decent yes it's older graphics to the 1050 but not much difference in perform… Read more
muse54

I have used this laptop for 6 months. Yes, HDD is very slow and needs a SSD to speed up load times on boot up and games. Runs games at 1080p if you make a little sacrifice in settings. Screen is very vibrant and colours pop out at you. However, blacks look grey and washed out no matter how you tweak settings. Fan noise is inconsistent, keeps speeding up and slowing down cyclically at idle loads. Overall, it's pretty decent at this price.

kitana8

Actually it came back in stock on Wednesday or at least thats when I checked again before taking the plunge on either one. It arrived on Friday and my wife seems pretty pleased with it. Personally it really needs SSD but will be getting one for it shortly. I have bought from JL a few times and been great even with returns but as with any company they will have good and bad. Anyways the Omen only won just with reviews on battery life that tipped me over.

djgomatt

[quote=kitana8] \x09\x09\x09\x09\x09\x09Ok so I missed out on the HP omen the other day from john lewis I ordered the original £630 deal from John Lewis but it was rejected by the click and collect+ newsagent on Monday 17th and returned to John Lewis on Thursday 20th, they claimed they could not send back out to me until it was checked and put back to stock, nor could it be reserved for me when it was checked. In all honesty their customer service was rubbish and I ended up being refunded on the Friday so there may well be 1 coming back in to stock at some time, i was watching over the weekend and it remained OOS so i bought a different Omen (the one i have posted on here as a deal)

chelmsfordman

Im holding off upgrading until this 'mining faze' has passed - GPU costs are crazy currently, that being said this is a nice spec for the money but I think if your looking to drop £600+ I would ideally want a 1050 or better as performance improvement and with it future proofing (ps pro and xbox one x will raise the min spec a fair bit going forward) is significant, not that you couldnt play games perfectly well on this system (ignore the elite Pc gamers who disregard anything that cant run every game on ultra settings at 4K and 60fps - you can game perfectly well at 1080p high or medium and even as low at 30fps game type dependent.- honestly 'hairworks and all that other crazy GPU heavy stuff very rarely adds much to the gaming experience.

jimbo001

Was expecting sli 1080ti for that much lol.

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MSI Laptop £699.97 - i5 quad core 8gb Full HD, 1tb HDD, 128gb SSD, 2gb GeForce 960M @ SaveOnLaptops
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Seems like good deal for quad core gaming laptop! MSI GL62 7QF-1673UK Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 1… Read more
sohal1u

says the other one that price because it includes 1tb

richt

Just checked SaveOnLaptops website and it says that this laptop is £649.97, not £699.97!

richt

Shame it has no illuminated keyboard and only 1 year manufacturers warranty.

MSI GL62M 15.6 In 8GB 1TB Ci5 GTX1050 Gaming Laptop & Bag £799.99 @ Argos
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Cheapest around as far as I can see :3 Appreciate this is quite a pricey investment, however, this little gaming laptop is packed to the brim with tasty tech.... With the perf… Read more
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BarrattsMini

That link is leading direct to the Tesco front page. Has the offered or product gone?

Chanchi32

Knock another £80 off with code LAPTOP10

repouk

The Tesco one for £749 + Elite Xbox controller? https://www.tesco.com/direct/hp-omen-15-ax202na-156-gaming-laptop-with-intel-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-128gb-ssd-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1050-full-hd-black/190-6178.prd?skuId=190-6178 £50 cheaper plus it has an IPS screen and a 128GB SSD drive, and 749 clubcard points! :{

Spod

That HP deal is looking better all the time!

iDealYou

The discount is for being the ads board for MSI. ;)

MSI GT72S 6QE Dominator Pro G Gaming Laptop £1199 @ Microsoft store (£1029.00 after cashback)
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Purchase price: £1199, with £170 cashback. Cheapest ever for this top spec, well reviewed laptop. https://www.notebookcheck.net/MSI-GT72S-6QE-Dominator-Pro-G-Notebook-Review.151922… Read more
sobi123

Yep, but no cashback anymore.

aldomih

Price is even lower now, at £1049

charleaward81

so is this not a very good deal then, after a replacement machine. Toying between a fully fledged powerhouse laptop or Hybrid. This seems good price compared to scan, JL etc when googling model, no SSD is a shame but I have one in my current machine anyhow we can swap. Anyone suggest anything similar in performance for same price. Also noticed a Quidco Offer for a Lenovo Yoga 900 i7 256gb SSD VERSION, comes out at £903 after cashback and also includes an additonal £50 MS Store Gift Voucher, only issue I have is its Intel 520 Graphics. I am mainly using Photoshop and Lightroom so prefer a dedicated gpu is possible. My current Lenovo Ultrabook is getting slower so need to replace it. The screen resolution is what sides me with the Lenovo Yoga 900

shez786

i have noticed the prices in the eu on the new and older generation gaming laptops are really high without much decrease in price even over the the black friday period and boxing day sales

drasim

I'm not entirely sure why 980m based laptops haven't been put on clearance prices. I bought one last year but I can't help but feel that waiting that bit longer for a 1060 model would have ensured VR gaming. As far as I'm aware there aren't any workarounds for a 980m

MSI GS60 6QE (Ghost Pro) Gaming Laptop 15.6 Full HD £953.10 @ AO.com
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Gtx 970m with 3gb ddr5 vram 8gb ddr4 ram I7 6700hq 128gb ssd 1tb hdd Use code 'get40'
drscotch

I see Scan are selling a model with 6GB graphics instead of 3 for 1049.99, how does this compare? https://www.scan.co.uk/products/156-msi-gs60-6qe-271-fhd-26ghz-i7-6700hq-8gb-ddr4-128gb-ssdplus1tb-hdd-6gb-gtx-970m-win10-plus-drago?utm_source=google%20shopping&utm_medium=cpc&gclid=CIatt_rsrtECFVQ_GwodMJ0NRQ Despite the imminent refresh, I'm tempted to go for the deal the OP's posted. What is it we expect to happen when 1050 based laptops arrive in shops - will this 970 model become cheaper, or will the 1050s arrive with broadly the same spec at the same price?

Dokko

This. Quite a good price for right now, but with the 1050ti around the corner and expected to be under £1k then its certainly worth waiting for.

oddballmv

Not bad but I would give it a few days for the 1050 and 1050ti laptops to come out.

MSI GP62 Leopard Pro i7 NVIDIA 960M Gaming Laptop/Notebook £779.99 @ Scan
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MSI G Series, Gaming Laptop was £799.99 now £779.99 Despite being a lower end MSI gaming laptop this GP62 Leopard Pro is packed with impressive components. This laptop built for g… Read more
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maltikism

does it have an eGPU compatible type c USB?

theo00

2gb graphics..,.., jog on mate. COLD

darthvader666uk

I got the GP72 6QF LEOPARD PRO 17" laptop (its the same spec's) and grabbed it back in August for £800. Its superb but a few drawbacks / potential issues for some: DVD Drive: For me, complete pointless and if I didn't have my extended warranty for 2 years, I would swap this out for another bigger hard drive. I check with MSI and apparently this would void my warranty (who knows). Upgrade the RAM: It came with 8GB and its borderline acceptable these days and with me doing development, I needed to upgrade. After checking with MSI support, it was OK to remove the sticker on the back where a screw is in place that said "void if removed". I upgraded it to 16GB of RAM and its just fast. A very good Idea from the start Killer Nic Software: One of the main reason for choosing this over most if that finally I would have a Killer Nic card in the machine. Always wanted this for a few years. If you plan on Keeping Windows 10, when the anniversary edition came out, the Killer Nic software suit used almost 100% RAM. It had issues with the latest Windows 10 and currently im just using drivers only which sorted the issue. Gutted by hey, I can use the PC again. Linux (Ubuntu in my case) is a nightmare to Install: Yep weeks I have been dring to get a dual boot going and after so many patches, fixes and all sorts. It worked. Kind of. Its all to do with Nividia card and how the drivers are. When in windows they have a thing called Shift Mode that keeps the temps down. Not in Linux and trying to use 3rd party apps dont quite work. Also, the Main bug with Linux is that when you shut down, the Laptop doesn't actually shut down, you have to hold the power button in to turn off. I found this out the hard way when I was commuting home, got home and found the Laptop on for about an hour in the bag :/ Its fine but im not going to have Linux installed if it cant shut down. Keyboard: its an oddly layed out keyboard and some buttons are bigger than they should be. On odd thing to complain about but when you are in the zone programming, the # key is the same size as the enter key :/ If you OK with these or know work around (please let me know) its a blazing fast bit of kit. Loads within 8 seconds (I do have hibernate on mind) and its great for gaming as well as for work. Playing Battlefield 1 currently and its pretty good considering its a laptop :)

Picard123

Yeah, but you have to take a wider view IMO. £780 for this is not an insignificant amount. You buy one of these and it will last you what? 1 maybe, 2 years before you start coming across games where you have to turn down the settings? And let's not forget what's coming in 2017. Star Citizen is going to bring a 960m down onto its knees. If the 10XX range was only minor improvement like 9XX over 8XX, then sure, it's fine to go for the older chip, but the performance jump with the 10XX is huge. The benches for the 1070 for example are extraordinary. You might also even see laptops with Intel Optane in 2017 and tnat really will make a difference in games with in between level loading times.

888eyeball

double everything inc price lol

MSI GP72 Leopard Pro Intel Core i7 8GB 1TB Gaming Notebook - £829 @ Argos
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Was looking around for a mid range laptop and came across this one that looks like a pretty good spec for the money and free delivery. Put yourself in the middle of your favourite… Read more
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hamzahuk

No person 'in the right mind' is gonna pay £829 for this, mediocre specs for a premium price. All the ones for £700 are sold out now, still who's going to pay £700 for this?

DerpMan

Links or stfu Heat from me

CouldntThinkOfAUsername

No IPS display or backlit keyboard? Plus its hideous.

xuyingxiang

Forget him. He has no prove at all. My last small research shows the lowest price for GP72 is about 799 pound in months before...so 829 is not a bad price at all.

bestbuy123

good price considering screen size

MSI GS60 6QE 15.6" GTX 1060, i7 6700HQ £1099.99 @ Scan
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IT says 970M but on the scan homepage it says its a 1060 also says its a 6GB 970M on the page which doesn't exist. Edit: oops it does.
Frankonline

Yes I have, but my reply was to Muffinss who was confused. There appears to be no ambiguity now. Can we agree on that?

Muffinss

​has the thought not come across your mind that they may have fixed the error they made on the homepage in the 34 hours this deal has been posted?

Frankonline

On the Scan home page it lists 4 items you may be interested in. Item 3 is this PC, clearly labelled as having 970M graphics. Item 4 :- https://www.scan.co.uk/products/173-msi-ge72vr-6rf(apache-pro)-054-fhd-i7-6700hq-8gb-ddr4-128gb-m2-sata-ssdplus1tb-hdd-6gb-gtx-1060-?owpid=2773891 has the 1060 graphics.

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Just.Wondering

Even if it is stated by Nvidia this 970 to be 6GB it is really more likely to be 5.5GB

Entry level gaming laptop 17" MSI GL72 6QC-024UK - Saveonlaptops.co.uk - £699.97
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Ok I thought this looked like a reasonable entry level gaming laptop. 17inch screen, I know it does not have an SSD, but decent amount of RAM plus the hard drive looks pretty dece… Read more
RedRain

it will be play games but not very well its using old a old card and its only 2GB

Astec123

No, the integrated 520 of the Intel will do just fine for loading up photos to look at as it's more than powerful enough. If you have no use for the dedicated graphics then all it becomes is something that makes the machine more expensive and uses more battery. The only time a dedicated card will benefit you is if you use programs that will need the graphics card or can make use of it to speed up what they do.

ItsADeal_ItsASteal

Out of interest would a 940 / 950 graphics card make much difference compared to the onboard of an I5 6200 / 6300 for the purpose of rendering photos? Not interested in the gaming side.

lukegall

just don't understand why this is classed a gaming laptop it isn't it is a waste of a lot of money

Astec123

8, 12 or 16gb of RAM that you can upgrade later. Graphics card which you can't I know where I'd spend my money. See above regarding why this isn't a good deal. Adding things later to bring a machine up to speed is better than having those things and something you can never change without buying something else entirely. This really isn't a great deal for what you are getting and as has been mentioned, gaming is a push for it at HD ready resolutions. It will struggle/not play many 2016 titles at 720p which really defeats the point of it. When you can get 950m cards for the same money it's a no brainer to get a machine that will perform somewhat better, then add the RAM/SSD etc down the line when you've got a bit more cash.

MSI GL72 6QC 17.3" 12GB 1TB Core i5 Gaming Laptop - £649.97 @ ccl online
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Been looking for a 17" plus laptop for work and came across this one. Compared to alot of the similar spec Laptops out there this seems to fit my budget the best plus I can do the… Read more
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EagleUK

It really comes down to your budget. If he wants to game easily at 1080p then your looking at around the £1000 price range for laptops which could include a 960/970m. If your budget is lower then the laptops with the 950m/960m are the only real options. I use a 850m on my laptop (similar to this) and its fine for most games just intensive games like GTA/ARK etc it will struggle to run. You could build a half decent gaming rig for less than £500. If he is using at home permanently then you should probably make the decision for him.

buba2006

​I've been trying to tell him he's better off with pc. what laptops should I be looking for or at least what spec tia

EagleUK

If he's looking at ARK and GTA (I would put these in the more demanding category) then hes probably going to want at least a 960m. COD, WoW, LOL etc. aren't that demanding. If he doesn't need a laptop then he would get about twice the performance for money from a PC.

buba2006

I'm looking to get my son a laptop for his Christmas personally I'd get him a desktop so that components can easily be upgraded but he's 10 and doesn't get it what's the best laptop I can get him he'll be wanting to play minecraft, ark survival evolved, world or warcraft not sure what other he doesn't get to play gta or cod

Forreslad

lol

MSI GS60 6QE 063UK Gaming laptop Like New on Amazon Warehouse Deals
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**CAREFUL it's now being sold for £700 by a seller called "Just Kidding Online" (...) but I'm 200% sure it's a scam** Very nice specs on this one, cheapest I see it for elsewhere … Read more
alxpap

CAREFUL it's now being sold for £700 by a seller called "Just Kidding Online" (...) but I'm 200% sure it's a scam

alxpap

Trust me, if I had £870 to spend I wouldn't even post it here :D :D

emanas

damn missed the chance :D

kay_uddin

That went quick oO

dealfeal

darn!

MSI GT72 6QD Dominator G 17.3" 16GB Gaming Laptop, GeForce GTX 970M 6GB Graphics, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, £1329.98 CCL
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This is the cheapest I've seen this, given its 16gb memory, 128gb SSD, 1 TB hard drive and GTX 970M with 6gb graphics. Specification Warranty:2 Years Screen Size:17.3" Screen Type… Read more
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Frankonline

Expired, discontinued .

Frankonline

I do take your point about the PC specialist price, it is a little cheaper, but you also have to decide whose build is more reliable, both makers have decent reputations. You do I believe have to pay extra for more than a years warranty at PC specialist, this deal comes with 2 years included. This spec is good for HD video editing also, hence you should expect to pay more for such capabilities.

jimunix

I paid £700 or 800 for an msi laptop in late 2013 (great btw) and the specs are not far off this. Or not far enough. For 1329 I would expect quite a lot more. Admittedly not studied the market.

Astec123

http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/defianceII-17/ £1230 for the same general spec and guaranteed to know what hard drives you are getting as well as being built to your order. Looking at a few other custom builders most are cheaper than this option with like for like core specs. Not sure I'd justify spending £1300 on a gaming laptop now that I've seen the light with having a half decent desktop that will perform just as well for a lot less money and change to buy a nice portable laptop to stream steam games to.

jellybomb1980

Heat! I work for a computer place and even with my 15% discount, it doesn't come close in price ... :{

MSI GP72 Leopard Pro 17.3" Core i7 Gaming Laptop from CCL £799.99 inc VAT Save £100.
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MSI GP72 Leopard Pro 17.3" Core i7 Gaming Laptop Includes a FREE MSI Warranty extension Intel Core i7 6700HQ 2.7GHz Enormous 16GB Memory GeForce GTX 960M Graphics Optical Drive: D… Read more
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andrewborland182

You are probably best going to pcspecialist or similar. Play around with their laptop builder on site. Notebookcheck will show you the processor and gfx capabilities.

Frankonline

CCL are now offering it as a clearance item at £849.98. Save £50.01. http://www.cclonline.com/product/198256/9S7-179553-266/Laptops/MSI-GP72-6QF-266UK-Leopard-Pro-17-3-Windows-10-i7-6700HQ/1TB/16GB/6-Cell/GTX-960M-/NOT02218/ Sorry I can't advise you Andrew, I'm neither a gaming nor a laptop expert, hoping someone else looks in to help.

theTrueFocus11

Hoping you may be able to help me out. What's the best (new) 17.3 inch laptop/specs I can get for gaming for max £500-550 ? Trying to find something that plays BF4 decently at least. (At least 30FPS on high if possible) Looking for one with a 1600x900 resolution as 1920x1280 may be unnecessarily and disproportionately taxing on performance while 900p is fine for me personally.

Frankonline

Price has gone back up to £899.

Garnett

​I'm guessing he got it on his way back from his holiday in Elevenerife.

MSI GP72 Leopard Pro 17.3" Core i7 6700 16gb gtx960m 2gb ...  £799.98 @ CCL
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Hey! I been looking at laptops to buy for the last week. I come across this MSI and think its a pretty good deal :) + free MSI gaming bundle. I see a MSI 970m on hotukdeals recentl… Read more
Hootwo

The same money will buy a better gaming desktop, which is upgradable too, but it won't be portable and can't be put away when not in use. That said, my son was playing Crysis happily on all settings except AA which was one setting down, using an Asus G750JX, i7 4700HQ and GTX770M - which is about the same perf. as a GTX960M. I couldn't hear the fans at all - it was quieter than my gaming desktop.

TurboMelon

​You also get 8gb of RAM with the Dell as opposed to 16gb here. But an 8gig stick to add on top will only cost you £35ish quid. So you're looking at £735 max for a higher spec, smaller screen laptop.

TurboMelon

​Dell sell the 15.6 inch Inspiron 7559, same processor, better gfx card (4gb as opposed to this 2gb one) for £750. Less if you haggle with sales. I got mine for £699 delivered. Worth the sacrifice of 1.7 inches of screen IMHO.

philb100

I've been looking at laptops like this. I'm not a gamer but want something to do 3D and graphics work on. Is this type of thing a good choice for that or is this overkill and is there something better to go for?

educassol

Hi Sorry the mistakes, I don't speak english. I paid £766 for a returned Dell laptop (returned, not refurbished). Alienware 17 R2 core i7 4720 gtx 970m 16gb ram, 1tb 7200 rpm, 1080p screen, alienware graphic amplifier port (you can fit a desktop graphic Card to use the laptop screen or others monitors). You can try on Dell outlet website but you need patience. If you want it asap, matar the msi is a good option.

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