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    MSI Katana GF66

    With graphics cards proving hard to come by, why not consider a gaming laptop?
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    Re: MSI Katana GF66

    I was considering this route but not easy to upgrade.

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    Re: MSI Katana GF66

    I do have laptops but that is for workuse, I have a lower end gaming one, for when on the road, but again it is not needing that much GFX power to power up a lower res monitor and that the size of it is not huge as on my desktops... then you wont notice it either.

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    Re: MSI Katana GF66

    "Why not consider a laptop?"

    No. They run hot with fans that are loud and awful. Build quality is usually a bit rubbish and for those reasons, I refuse.

    All it would take is for pages like this to address the situation and oems would notice. Maybe.

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