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Top 10 Gaming Laptops – January 2013 This list is based on actual or estimated gaming performance, factoring in the hardware specification (particularly the graphics card) relative to the laptop’s size. January Update: Not many changes from last month; current gaming laptops are all based on Intel’s Ivy Bridge platform (Core iX-3XXX series) which is [...]
Dell released the new Alienware lineup a bit earlier than expected, and so we learned that the M17x came with an option for a still rather mysterious AMD Radeon HD 7970M.
So much for the yesterday’s rumors– the new Alienware lineup is out NOW and Dell is already taking orders. The M14x R2, M17x R4 and the M18x R4 have all been given the Nvidia Kepler treatment as well as lots of other high-end goodies. Unfortunately the M11x appears to have been discontinued. Intel’s Ivy Bridge [...]
The question is obviously vague, because it varies from game to game and between different settings in the same game. But to get a rough idea of how much RAM – and much more importantly video RAM – modern games require, we are going to take a measure of a few popular games.
It certainly doesn’t sound bad in theory–and the concept has been mentioned before– but so far the number of laptops with water cooling on the market has amounted to zero.
In case you haven’t noticed, the latest shooter from DICE/EA looks amazing, and for the same reason it’s also very demanding.
Nvidia promises improvements for Skyrim, Diablo III and Mass Effect 3 in the latest 295.73 drivers (WHQL).
The 12-pound monstrosity known as the Clevo X7200 (or a wide variety of other names depending on where you order it from) has been updated and renamed to P270WM. There are no apparent changes on the outside, but on the inside the P270WM can now be equipped with desktop Sandy Bridge-E processors up to a [...]
Interestingly, there are quite a few laptops on the market right now that are the “world’s fastest gaming laptop”. You can be absolutely certain that it’s not the MSI GT783, however.
15.6-inch laptops with the world’s fastest mobile GPU aren’t exactly a dime a dozen. Actually there has just been one so far, so this release is far more interesting than, say, the overblown hype surrounding the Razer Blade.