Asus G55VW = Amazing

Pjak

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Hey Guys,

For all you people wanting to game with mobility this is a great laptop. The Asus G55VW is a Republic of Gamers laptop and it features many cool things :)

Specs:
Intel i7 3610qm
nVidia GTX 660m 2GB
16GB 1600mhz Memory
15.6" 1920x1080 Full HD
750GB HDD
128gb SSD
Blu Ray Drive
3 in 1 Card Reader

I have had this laptop now for about a month and its pretty much a temporary solution until i get my desktop pc in 3 weeks. Although i will be using it to game everywhere now :). The main games I play are: Skyrim, BF3, MW3, League of Legends, Diablo 3. On all these games I can play at maxed out settings with no lag :) The SSD is a great drive for the boot and it only takes me 19 seconds to boot the laptop up. The CPU and GPU are both great. I have so far not had a problem with the laptop at all.

http://www.amazon.com/G55VW-DS71-15-6-Inch-Gaming-Notebook-Black/dp/B007Z9E7XA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1342072432&sr=8-2&keywords=asus+g55vw

Conclusion:
If you are looking for a gaming laptop under $1500 this is the one. it can run all games at max settings and i find it amazing so far :) So yeah i just thought i would let you guys know that it is a great gaming laptop :)
 

zulutech

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I think that's dependent on the resolution the game is being played at.
 

nacos

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I seriously doubt the 660m will max bf3 smoothly. When you say something "maxes" a game it usually means plays at highest possible graphics settings and NEVER drops below your refresh rate.
 

J_E_D_70

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A 670 GTX will "max" BF3 - barely. So I have serious doubts about a 660m at 1080p truely maxing it, especially in multiplayer with a lower powered mobile CPU.

Edit: Given that, it still looks like a nice laptop. Thank you for the info and link!
 

J_E_D_70

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Yes, I think you'll really like the 670. It is very, very smooth even on large maps (assuming your CPU is capable). Edit: "barely" above meant that there is headroom but not a ton.
 

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