Recent content by Ejaycol | PCSPECIALIST

Recent content by Ejaycol

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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST (First ever) Gaming Laptop

    On the cusp of ordered a Nova 15.3" laptop (pre built as the AMD Ryzen 5 3600 I want isn't in stock til mid September) I've just googled DTR and basically that means it's a heavier laptop?
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Is this a good spec for laptop gaming?

    Oh I'll have to double check that, but since posting my specs I've omitted the SATA 3 SSD and taking the NVMe 1tb ssd that's available in the 2nd slot :)
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Is this a good spec for laptop gaming?

    I just noticed I can take NVMe in the 2nd option so I've opted for that :) @SpyderTracks is the chassis and power supply adequate for this setup? If so I'll get this ordered today!
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Is this a good spec for laptop gaming?

    Hey all, spent the day really checking benchmark tests on the RTX range and a bunch of AMD Ryzen CPUs and think I'm quite happy with this, felt for the gaming and general coding I'll be doing, spending anymore on like the AMD Ryzen 7 4800h or Ryzen 9 3900x felt like the results would be...
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST gaming laptop thoughts plz

    Eyeing up a laptop with identical specs, is the extra £200~ worth it for a 72% ntsc screen over this 45% one?
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Customising 15.6" laptop, for gaming and coding at uni, any advices?

    Hi all, posted earlier but didn't see the 'post to forum' function that time, so this may be easier to read! My budget is at the very most £1.5k but keeping costs done is far more preferable to maxing it out to that figure. Looking to use this for gaming and software development during uni...
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Customising 15.6" laptop, for gaming and coding at uni, any advices?

    Cleaned up the spec list. I also just read apparently the AMD Ryzen 3900x is a better bet than the current Intel cpu's for the price?
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Customising 15.6" laptop, for gaming and coding at uni, any advices?

    Whoops sorry mate I condensed it to what I thought what people might want to see. Yeah £1500 is my maximum in this case, and I wanted at least 16gb ram, 1tb of ssd. Would've happily knocked the cpu down to i7 8th gen and the RTX to a GTX 1070 but those options don't seem available anymore! As...
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    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Customising 15.6" laptop, for gaming and coding at uni, any advices?

    The specs I built here is mostly for some gaming and general uni work for software engineering. The main question is I pay an extra £200 for the 72% ntsc screen over the 45% ntsc screen at 120Hz, is the difference worth the price jump? This build is priced at £1,450 roughly; £1,500 being my...
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