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Best Answer terry1966 , 06 August 2015 - 02:48 PM

very nice, laptop.  i'd add a 240GB ssd os drive though as tested in this review :- http://www.cnet.com/...gin-pc-eon15-x/ another option might be this laptop :- http://www.cnet.com/...-2... Go to the full post »

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Hi everyone


I need a little help searching for a good laptop for school. I'm going to study webdesign, 3D animation and game design, audio editing and video editing.

So I do need kind of a beast for a good price.


I myself currently thought of this one:


  • Case: EON15-X
  • Exterior: Not Painted
  • Current Special Offers: Back to School Promo
  • The ORIGIN Difference: ORIGIN PC EON15-X - The Best Gaming Experience Guaranteed
  • Display and Graphics Cards: Single 8GB NVIDIA GTX 980M
  • Screen Calibration: ORIGIN PC LCD Screen Calibration
  • Keyboard and Touchpad: Customizable Backlit Keyboard w/ Three Lighting Zones and Multiple Color options and Multi-gesture Touchpad
  • Processors: Intel Core i7 4790K Quad-Core 4.0GHz (4.4GHz TurboBoost)
  • ORIGIN Professional Processor Overclocking: ORIGIN Professional Processor Overclocking
  • Thermal Compound: GELID GC-Extreme CPU Application
  • Thermal Compound: GELID GC-Extreme Graphics Card Application
  • Memory: 32GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz (4 X 8GB)
  • Operating System: MS Windows 10 Home
  • m.2 SSD Option: m.2 SSD OS Drive
  • m.2 RAID Configuration: RAID 0: For better speed and performance (2 or more identical drives needed)
  • m.2 SSD Drive: None
  • m.2 SSD Drive Two: None
  • Hard Drive RAID Configuration: RAID 0: For better speed and performance (2 or more identical drives needed)
  • Hard Drive: 1TB Seagate Solid State Hybrid Drive
  • Hard Drive Two: None
  • Audio: Integrated High-Definition Audio powered by Sound Blaster Xfi MB3 w/ external 7.1 support
  • Networking: Intel PRO Wireless AC 7265 + BT Wireless LAN Combo
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0: SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports
  • Media Card Reader: Media Card Reader
  • Finger Print Reader: Integrated Biometric Fingerprint Reader
  • Integrated Camera: Built-in 2.0 Megapixel Video Camera
  • Warranty: Lifetime Labor & 24/7 Support w/ 1 Year Part Replacement & 45 Day Shipping Warranty
  • ORIGIN Recovery: ORIGIN Recovery USB3.0 Flash Drive
  • No Dead Pixel Guarantee: 45 Day No Dead Pixel Guarantee Free
  • ORIGIN Maximum Protection Shipping Process: ORIGIN Wooden Crate Armor
  • Origin Exclusive Peripherals: ORIGIN PC Goliathus Medium Speed
  • Free ORIGIN T-shirt: ORIGIN PC T-Shirt Medium
  • Web Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Web Browser: Google Chrome

The link to the site can be found here: https://www.originpc.com/cart/?task=view 


I would appreciate tips for this composition or any other suggestions. My budget is around the same as this computer (2861 USD = 2622 EUR)


Thank you!

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very nice, laptop. :spoton:


i'd add a 240GB ssd os drive though as tested in this review :- http://www.cnet.com/...gin-pc-eon15-x/


another option might be this laptop :- http://www.cnet.com/...-2015-qhd-plus/


personally tho i think i'd get the origin.



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Thank you very much!

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