From Single GTX 1060 To SLI GTX 1080, Eurocom Reveals Pascal-based Laptops

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teknomedic

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I was really hoping to see 75hz 1440p gsync notebook screens. Instead we're getting 120hz 1080p gsync or 4K. Not sure how i feel about that. Still think we're one or two gens away from truly smooth with all the bells 4K gaming. For longevity of thw hardware, I feel like I'll need to stick with 120hz 1080p sadly.
 

cats_Paw

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Beasts but expensive ones.
Even the 1060 model is very expensive by todays standards.
The 1060 is about the same as a 980 (in desktops) and a 980M laptop can be found today for around 1350 bucks.

If a 1060 (im still skeptical about the whole "desktop gpu version but its not exactly the same as the desktop version, but it should perform as desktop version") is more expensive than a 980M laptop, then the performance increase carries with it a hefty price increase.

We will see once the laptops actually hit the street (especially from other brands like Asus and MSI).
 

UpTheIrons

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Cats_Paw, can you tell me where you found a laptop with a 980m for $1350, cause I'd love to get one. Can't afford a 10 series with the prices they're asking
 

The_10

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This looks like a solid system, and the price is very reasonable. I'd be interested in getting some hands on exp with this.
 
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