That's near the extreme top of what you might see crammed into such a laptop today. While all this is nice the continuing saga and tales of what happens after a year or 2 always need a repeat. That is, given the shorter life span of such a laptop, the buyer is sometimes upset at that finding. Some deny it all but the story repeats and they learn the lesson first hand.
If you are OK with a few year laptop, why not this one?
PS. And no. I've yet to see such stand up over the years, no matter which make. All of these succumb to some issue and need service.
so I decided to buy a new gaming notebook and wanted a 15". I configured the EUROCOM X3, so now I have these specs.:
SCREEN: 15.6" Full HD LED-Backlit Display featuring 95% NTSC Color Gamut in Matte Finished Surface (1920 x 1080)
CPU - LAPTOP: Intel Core i7 4910MQ 2,90 - 3,90GHz; 4 Core / 8 Threads, 8MB L3 Cache, 47W
MEMORY: 16GB 1866MHz so-dimm
GPU - LAPTOP: NVIDIA GTX 880M 8GB GDDR5; 1536CUDA 256-bit Kepler
HARD DRIVE BAY 1: 256GB SSD Samsung 840PRO Sata III (R 540MB/s, W 520MB/s), 7mm
mSATA Drive 1: 250GB Samsung EVO mSATA SSD mSATA Drive 2: 250GB Samsung EVO mSATA SSD
NETWORK CARD: 2 in 1 802.11 ac/a/b/g/n Intel 7260 DUAL BAND WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0 Combo
OPERATING SYSTEM: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
If anyone has any suggestions as to what should I change with this configuration I would be very thankful. Any other gaming notebooks that could have similar specs. come to mind? I live in Europe, so American companies like Falcon and similar are out of the question (wanna buy in Europe).
Thanks a lot!