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    EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    Says the 17.3-inch unibody laptop is a totally new in-house EVGA design.
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    Re: EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    "4K gaming" at 30 fps on medium settings?

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    Re: EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    that desktop case is awesome

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    Re: EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    Quote Originally Posted by kpkCioby View Post
    "4K gaming" at 30 fps on medium settings?
    This, why not stick a 1440p panel on there instead? it will be sharp enough and give decent frame rates.
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    Re: EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    Why not stick a GTX980 in there (non M) with that sort of panel?

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    Re: EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    Still weak for 4k really
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    Re: EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    Mobile graphics for 4k displays? Don't think it's ready yet.

    Dat Case Tho...

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    Re: EVGA launches its 4K-ready SC17 Gaming Laptop

    I cant see a 17" display needing to be 4k, like Platinum said it would be better with a lower resolution display running at higher frame rates.
    But selling products is a numbers game, you have to have higher numbers that everyone else or you dont get the sales.

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