Custom laptop configuration

Dionykn

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Hi everyone,
I am looking for a nice laptop that combines power and small formfactor within a €1000-1500 price range.
I came across this website where I could configure my own laptop with all sorts of components.
I configured this:

i7-4720HQ
Nvidea GeForce gtx 965m
15.6" Matte 3K display (2880x1620)
16Gb 1600MHz RAM
1Tb 7200rpm HDD
M.2 adata 128Gb SSD
No drive
Backlit deviance keyboard
25mm thickness

For a total of 1300 euros

Is this a good deal? It seems like a steal to me.
I would like to hear your ideas and thoughts on this in the comments

Thanks in advance!
 

Dionykn

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Jul 22, 2014
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It's brandless actually, all i know is that the case is a clevo p650sa. Hope that helps.
It's from this website: LaptopPlus (dutch site)

Also the price is without tax. With tax included it would be €1600.

Full spec list.
http://www.laptopplus.nl/producten/15-6-inch-clevo-p650sa-gtx-965m
• Intel Core i7 Quad Core Mobile Processor i7-4720HQ (2.60GHz, 3,5GHz Turbo)
• ARCTIC MX-4 EXTREME THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY COMPOUND
• No RAM
• No HDD
• No SSD
• No Flash memory
• Panasonic VTX16T020G00 15.6" Matte 3K (2880x1620) IPS LED Widescreen
• NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M - 2.0GB DDR5 Video RAM - DirectX 11
• No Drives
• GIGABIT LAN & WIRELESS INTEL® AC-3160 M.2 (433Mbps, 802.11AC) + BLUETOOTH 4.0
• DEFIANCE SERIES BACKLIT USA KEYBOARD WITH NUMBER PAD
• Intel High Definition Audio
• No Operating System
• 385mm x 271mm x 25mm
= €1.364,70

https://www.alternate.nl/
• 2x Kingston ValueRAM 8 GB DDR3-1600, Werkgeheugen
• HGST Travelstar 7K1000, 1 TB Harde schijf
• ADATA Premier Pro SP900 M.2 2280, 128 GB SSD
= €236,73

€1.364,70 + €236,73 = €1601,43
€1.265,13 excl. BTW (TAX)
 

Dionykn

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Seems like a good option but I am planning to use it mostly for school. I'm going to study game development: production and design. So I thought, a higher resolution would mean more work space and better multi-window multitasking. Right?
But for the gaming side of things a 970m would sure be a hell of a upgrade, something like 40% I think.
 

Dionykn

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Also, I just looked in to it. But it seems I can only get a 970m in a different case. The 970m is only available in thicker laptops because of the heat I think. So that means that the portability would suffer due to the upgrade of the GPU.
 

Dionykn

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thats what i ended up thinking too, but i came across a other barebone with a even better price quality ratio.
its a bit thicker at 30.9mm but still light and it has the same components except for a 1080p display and a 970m gpu.
its cheaper overall too!!

what do you think?
its a compal nl8, look it up ;)
 

velo3100

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I looked for this laptop online but they all say that the lapop has a gtx 860m. Could you give me the link>
If this is the case though, it is a much better deal than the original one.


 
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