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    PC Specialist 16.1" Defiance V RTX

    RTX 2080 Max-Q put to the test.
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    Re: PC Specialist 16.1" Defiance V RTX

    Really don't see why G-Sync should be absent on these Max Q chips.

    ...Oh wait, yes I can, It's Nvidia, who realise people will pay an extra $500 for full fat RTX GPU's with G-Sync.

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    Re: PC Specialist 16.1" Defiance V RTX

    Without coming across too hostile, how does it compare in gaming with other laptops? There are comparisons on the CPU, storage etc, side but nothing on the GPU page. If you guys have the charts I would like to see how the maxq compare with the previous generations to make an informed comparison.

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    Re: PC Specialist 16.1" Defiance V RTX

    The gaming benchmarks explain why it's almost impossible to find a pre-built rtx laptop with anything other than a 1080p panel.
    The desktop cards only show there performance strength above 1080p.
    Got to wonder how it compares to GTX laptops, seems this info is still hard to find.

    I have been tempted to push the button on an Octane VI for sometime which has a full fat 2080 and a 4k option (for me it must be an upgrade on my existing 6 year old laptop) but i'm hesitant as the lack of numbers is indicative that it doesn't paint a good picture

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