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Looking for Working/Gaming laptop

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Auradyme started 02/08/2015 7:49 pm
53MP3RF1 replied 02/08/2015 8:21 pm
Hey guys, just wondering what laptop to buy, perhaps for about 300-400 or more FPS in MC, While also being able to run all Adobe products, Cinema 4D e.t.c running windows 8.1
Better than Razer, while also being under 20,000
(Has to be a laptop for this course)
Thanks for your help.
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XYZDimensionsHey guys, just wondering what laptop to buy, perhaps for about 300-400 or more FPS in MC, While also being able to run all Adobe products, Cinema 4D e.t.c running windows 8.1
Better than Razer, while also being under 20,000
(Has to be a laptop for this course)
Thanks for your help.


If your budget is $20,000, I really suggest you get a desktop as well as a laptop, if you don't already have a desktop. However, for a work station with such a high budget, I can only assume you're a professional and do this for a living - thus, I guess I could recommend this as a workstation laptop - it will blow through Minecraft with nice high framerates.

On the flipside, if you do want to get a desktop, it doesn't necessarily need to be a "gaming" one - plenty of users create workstation desktops, and I've put a build together for you below.

Build


That build incorporates Haswell-E's hexa-core performance with a new Quadro GPU from nVidia, and powers two 4k monitors as well as a 1080p one (the 4k monitors would be your main drivers, with general information on the 1080p one - for example, concept art, music playlists, etc.). It also packs 16GB of lightning-fast DDR4 RAM, and a nice set of peripherals from Corsair. I went with an NZXT x61 for this because it has rock-solid performance and will give you plenty of headroom if you decide to overclock (not that you need to, though). The motherboard also fits the rest of the look of the build, and will be a solid performer. For hard drives, I put in a 256GB SSD for your OS and core files, a 2TB WD Black drive for any work-files that you may use on a day-to-day basis, and a huge 6TB WD Green drive for redundancy and copying over any files you want for safety. All of this falls safely under half of your budget, so there's nothing to worry about there.
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