Laptop Gaming best mid range build


Aug 16, 2015
Hello all.
I am in the market for a new gaming laptop and am looking for your opinions on eurocom. I ppicked out some parts and not sure if its a good deal. Also, if anyone has had experience with Eurocom, service, reliability, etc.
This is the build going for 1,792 after taxes and shipping

System and Display EUROCOM M5 Pro

LCD Display 15.6-inch (39.6cm); 4K QFHD 3840x2160; IPS / PLS; Semi-Glossy; 2.6mm; 700:1; NTSC 72%; Backlight WLED; eDP; Samsung LTN156FL02-L01

VGA / GPU Graphics Options 3GB GDDR5; NVIDIA GTX 970M (N16E-GT); 1280 CUDA; GPU/VRAM Clock 924MHz/2500MHz; Maxwell (28nm); on-board; 60W

Processor / CPU 2.50 GHz (up to 3.5) Intel Mobile Core i7-4710HQ; on-board/SMT; 4C/8T; 6MB L3; 22nm; HD Graphics 4600; 47W; DDR3L-1600/1866

Memory (RAM) Configuration - Fully Upgradeable 8GB; 2x 4GB; DDR3L-1866; CL13; PC3-14900S; 204-pin; Micron; 2 SODIMMs

Operating System(s) None - Choose from the options below for Pre-install or install your own

Internal M.2 slot for SSD M.2 2280 Card 250GB; SAMSUNG 850 EVO; M.2 2280; MLC SSD; SATA 6Gb/s; Read/Write: 540/500 MB/s

1st Hard Drive. 1TB (1000GB); 5400rpm; SATA3 (6Gb/s); 32MB cache; Hitachi Travelstar Z5K1000; 7mm

Internal Card Reader 6-in-1 Card Reader; SD/MS/MMC/SM/CF/MicroDrive

Biometric Device Built-in Fingerprint Reader
Embedded Security Chip Embedded TPM 2.0 Security Chip for Data Encryption

Wireless LAN 2-in-1; 802.11ac WLAN + Bluetooth 4.1; M.2; Killer 1525AC; 2x2; Qualcomm; M.2 2230System and Display EUROCOM M5 Pro


I have never used this laptop but it is a very good laptop. But I would say that 4k gaming will only be possible for lower end games and not the current gen as desktops struggle with this. Personally I would downgrade it to a 1080p and upgrade the gpu to a gtx 980m for increase in performance.

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