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#1 gmiliq

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Posted 19 March 2015 - 05:43 AM

Hey, I am not great with computers so I've thought it's best to ask for an oppionon someone who knows the topic much better than I do.

 

 

 

How much money I am willing to spend on new Laptop: 1500 pounds / 2000-2200 euro

 

 

Usage:

I am a Poker Professional I want to be able to play at around 20 poker rooms with program that use mysql to track my hands, with program to resize and scan table all the time, 4 converting programs, another one tracking, music and some other stuff that helps me to play. Also I want to be able to use two additional virtual machines at the same time.

 

I am playing at 2 screens right now (Laptop + 2nd Screen) but ability to play at third one would be pretty cool.

 

I am traveling around the world so unfortuantely desktop won't work.

 

I use my Laptop only for work. I won't use it for playing in newest games on full details with super high graphic qualitty.

 

What I have to have

32gb Ram, 24 would probably would work but right now I am having a lot of problems with adding additional memory. Even thought I have slots it doesn't work. Laptop see it but it don't use it and on windows 8 I am not able to change anything in BIOS.

Very good Processor – Stuff I use doesn't take a lot of memory BUT I use plenty of them and it acumulate

SSD 256GB – I have it on my current Laptop and I could switch but I want to have everything Preinstaled. I am tiered of wasting my time daily on trying to fix my Laptop.

PreInstaled Windows – It has to work well, I am willing to spend a lot of money on Laptop only because I want something that will work perfect. No memory crashes, no fighting with drivers, no wasting my time on stuff that are less important

Ability to plug in two additional screens – I don't care that much are those two HDMI (if it's possible) or one HMDI and one VGA I want to have abilitty to plug in two

Very good internet card – I need to have perfect internet connection, every internet disconection costs me a lot of money. I am willing to pay much more for perfect card that

 


What is nice to have

Good Laptop Screen – I spend a lot of the time in front of Laptop. I always have 2nd Screen with me that is pretty good but it would be nice to have good screen as well. I work many hours in front of my Laptop and I want something that doesn't eyes that much....

 

Quality higher than Full HD – I am willing to pay more for this but I need to know how much more. Not in Laptop Screen but in Pluged in Computer Screen

 

 

 

What I think I don't need

 

Good Graphic Card – I don't play computer games

 

I really apretiate any help. 



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#2 YeahBleeping

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Posted 19 March 2015 - 04:23 PM

This MSI GT60 Dominator laptop with the addition of

 

32GB DDR3 1866MHz [SKU-428BX] (Crucial Ballistix Sport Dual Channel Memory (4x8GB SODIMMS)

 

comes in at just under 1900/ US

 

For a small fee they will also remove any bloatware and give you a windows recovery disk (make sure to check the boxes)

 

I think it has everything your looking for.this has a 3k screen there are other laptops you can probably look around and we can critique one or the other for you.

 

Woops with a 256GB SSD that pushes it up to just over 2000/US


Edited by YeahBleeping, 19 March 2015 - 04:25 PM.





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