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Gaming Computer Help (Laptop)


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Ffej

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Alright so I am looking for advise on what to put into my laptop that I will be creating. I was just wondering what could be the best possible system for gaming within the 3000-3700 dollar range. I was currently looking on the HP website, and the Sager website to make my dream laptop within my price range! Thanks for all the help!
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If you have that much to spend I would try www.alienware.com. Although I think it's personal preference at that point, I think Alienware or Voodoo would be the way to go.
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It would be cheaper to buy the parts and then get some on to fit it.
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ibuypower.com : http://www.ibuypower...rs.aspx?mid=500 $2504 pretty good, my uncle has an ibuypower laptop, and it's blazing fast, while my cousion has alienware, which is fast too but was pretty expensive.
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