whitch one laptop is better for game?

whitch one laptop is better for game?
and whitch one has best coling system?
please sorting these laptops by performance and cooling
thank you.

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Laptops so far don't have top notch cooling systems.

I've been around this for a long time and if you want to game, then you put it on a cooling pad. Only your new to this device folk want the laptop to run cool without that pad. Maybe in a few years we can get there but not yet.

These are very similar performing laptops with the odd man out being the one with the 860m GPU. Let's put that at slot 7.

A few have less than 16GB RAM so put those the 5 and 6 slots. The rest are so close to each other that I'll call those a tie.

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one question

between itand it
What do you recommend?
and on MSI GE72 APACHE-235 can i use ssd?

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No sale.

If the maker and seller do not answer your SSD question, they don't deserve consideration.

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Well Alienware has an

addon that resides outside the case so the most heat is generated outside the laptop. Plus you have the choice of adding multiple types of desktop GPU's to the external box. Also the Asus ROG GX700, a massive, come with a watercooling system.

The Alienware external system is proprietary and works with the 13", 15" and 17" models that came out in early 2015 when they discontinued the 18". Well since then because Alienware listened to email from the public they brought back the 18. I have one from 2013 and it has SLI graphics with 3 fans and a wide case with huge vents. I'm not a gamer so I don't push it to the limits but it does have SLI graphics that can be turned off and use just the integrated card or both the nvidia cards.

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