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How to configure a XMG A722?

by Jim_Boob / March 3, 2013 3:29 AM PST

I have been looking around at gaming laptops for sometime now, and it seems to me that the best deals can be found using shops like sager that allow you to configure your own laptop. Now being based in the UK sager were out of the question as the shipping cost would be huge. On the up side I have manged to find a good shop selling configurable schenker notebooks. (http://mysn.co.uk)

My budget is 750 - 900 pounds and for that I obviously want the best gaming laptop I can buy. So I have been swaying towards the XMG R722 (http://mysn.co.uk/xmg-A722)

Now I was wondering in your opinion what is the best way to configure that notebook / Is there something else entirely I should be looking at? But with a bit of luck you will only answer the first one.

Cheers!

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Bad news.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 3, 2013 3:30 AM PST

If they won't help you do this then it's a very bad sign and an indication of their future support.

"Run away."

Bob

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OoO
by Jim_Boob / March 3, 2013 3:34 AM PST
In reply to: Bad news.

You know I had not even considered asking them, Thanks.

I will do that now, but in the mean time, any suggestions?

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A quick look finds
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 3, 2013 3:39 AM PST
In reply to: OoO

What appears to be another re-label job. I saw GPUs above the 640 model so all can game. But let me be honest here. "Gamers" are still on a desktop for the best performance for the buck. Yes I see the attraction to a laptop but the gamer is still on the desktop for many reasons.

Since nothing is sub-par on the GPU, all should game.
Bob

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