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Originally Posted by droitwichdosserOperating System: Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit...
Vista... It comes with Vista!?
Originally Posted by HustlerLol....
£2000 for the privelege of running Crysis at 20fps.....
'More money than sense'....comes to mind, if you buy one of these.
Originally Posted by BazThis refers to the O/S the laptop was tested with. Obviously as 7 is out now, Alienware will be selling it with that instead.
Originally Posted by Radical_MonkeyPerhaps but you have to admit it looks damn sexy, reminds me of that new Lamborghini Murcielago or the F-22 Raptor
Originally Posted by Bonzo45The link to the CustomPC benchmarks goes to the bit-tech.net homepage, with a little CustomPC announcement box. Not to a download.
Just thought I'd let you know.
Originally Posted by wiakexcuse me i dont want to waste cash on a OLD graphics card the 260M is just a renamed 9800 GTX series that is also a renamed 8800 GTX series :P
Geforce GTX 260M = not a GT200 chip
Geforce GTX 280M = not a GT200 chip
Originally Posted by storm20200I hate to be the one to do this but why oh why do you give the custom pc benchmark scores in points? It's just completely useless in my opinion and doesn't give an indication how much better at something one piece of hardware is, I used to love bit-techs hardware reviews and could never say a bad word but this is happening a lot more often and just doesn't give an idea of real world performance. I know this is marketed at a gaming laptop and IMO the gaming benchmarks were fine but giving stuff like points for video encoding, image editing and multitasking just seems completely useless to me :(
Benchmarks with points aren't a good way to show performance, look at 3DMark, just because one card scores higher than the other doesn't mean it's gonna perform better so I always skip those parts of reviews. I get the feeling I'm gonna end up skipping parts of upcoming reviews if it's always like this T_T
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