Decent looking laptop for gaming and school under 2000 €

nooneisback

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Currently I'm trying to get myself a good laptop with a price tag of less than 2000 € which I wouldn't be scared of showing in class (basically I don't want a portable circus). I was looking at the MSI Dominator until I saw the lights on its back which look kind of "cringy". I'll use it for heavy 3D rendering, video editing, game development (CPU intensive stuff).
My hardware expectations are quite high:
CPU: i7
GPU: I'd rather prefer a real desktop GPU like the GTX 1060
RAM: 8GB or more
Storage: At least 1TB and an SSD
 

azekaul

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You can easily turn off those lights. I just ran across this one which is a nice laptop. It will do everything that you need to do.

https://www.amazon.com/MSI-GT72VR-Dominator-Pro-015-i7-6700HQ/dp/B01IO9Y35G/ref=sr_1_2?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1483241281&sr=1-2&keywords=MSI+GT73VR&refinements=p_36%3A-190000

There is also this one that comes with a gaming pack.

https://www.amazon.com/G752VS-i7-6700HQ-NVIDIA-Windows-Notebook/dp/B01KLSDCFA/ref=sr_1_7?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1483242548&sr=1-7&keywords=ASUS+ROG+G752VS

I hope this helps. These are your best choices if you are trying to keep to laptop CPUs. There is always OriginPC which you can get desktop processors in a laptop. These are loud in comparison to most laptops but you literally get an pc in a laptop. Maybe a little overkill though lol




 

azekaul

Commendable
Dec 31, 2016
6
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1,520
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You can easily turn off those lights. I just ran across this one which is a nice laptop. It will do everything that you need to do.

https://www.amazon.com/MSI-GT72VR-Dominator-Pro-015-i7-6700HQ/dp/B01IO9Y35G/ref=sr_1_2?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1483241281&sr=1-2&keywords=MSI+GT73VR&refinements=p_36%3A-190000

There is also this one that comes with a gaming pack.

https://www.amazon.com/G752VS-i7-6700HQ-NVIDIA-Windows-Notebook/dp/B01KLSDCFA/ref=sr_1_7?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1483242548&sr=1-7&keywords=ASUS+ROG+G752VS

I hope this helps. These are your best choices if you are trying to keep to laptop CPUs. There is always OriginPC which you can get desktop processors in a laptop. These are loud in comparison to most laptops but you literally get an pc in a laptop. Maybe a little overkill though lol




 

nooneisback

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I actually found out about xnotebooks, they assemble laptops on demand and send them to all major European countries. Ended up paying 1850€ (taxes and shipping included) for an i7 6700 HQ, GTX1070, 8GB of RAM and 1000GB of SSHD, not to forget that it has GSync.
 
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