very good price, seems to be of good quality, very nice design, great job!
Wouldn't you need to buy a cooling pad or some such for such a laptop? I can imagine how hot that would get and sterile you would be if you put it on your lap for a long period of time, especially if you were gaming.
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I'm genuinely impressed at the specs of the "Ultimate" model for the price. That's really quite nice. If I didn't despise laptops with an intense burning rage, I may have considered buying one.
@insideSin, you would definitely want a cooling pad even if it wasn't entirely necessary, the Ultimate version of this laptop is more expensive than a good number of cars.
This level of laptop is increible, i can't even begin to imagine how long i could use this beauty before i challenged its full potential, that would take alot of multitasking, i might have to add another high speed port and double pipe it.
I dunno they might not run that hot, the Kepler cards run relatively cool (check out the review of the GTX 680 by Marco) and the best and ultimate models with the SSDs should be cooler still. Depends mainly on the build of the laptop in terms of materials and the ventilation, Maingear doesn't cheap out on stuff like that so I would be willing to bet the Vybes would run cooler than a more commercial brand of laptop with the same specs.
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