MSI VR Ready GT62VR Dominator Pro-087 15.6″ G-SYNC Hard Core Gaming Laptop GTX 1070 i7-6700HQ 16GB 256GB M.2 SATA + 1TB Windows 10

I see all these great suggestions, but any thoughts for something with a ryzen 7 build?

Posted on: August 3, 2017 by Orangematz

Alright.

That Eluktronics which was linked by Shopineer is a decent option. You may also like this option.

15.6/17" Gaming/Video Editing Laptop as a Desktop Replacement - $1,500+

Posted on: August 3, 2017 by Orangematz

I would go with something that has a 1070. How about this?

Razer Blade vs XPS15 vs Alienware 15?

Posted on: August 3, 2017 by Orangematz

If you’re looking to play most games, the XPS 15 is probably not what you’re looking for.

If you aren’t so concerned about weight, how about this? Otherwise, the Aero 15 or Razer Blade are decent options.

Gaming Laptop for around 1600 USD

Posted on: June 21, 2017 by Orangematz

What about this?

<1,600$ laptop for engineering and gaming

Posted on: June 13, 2017 by Orangematz

If you want to run brand new games, you’ll want a 1070.

1070 in this budget needs a good cooling system, so I’d go with this.

You could go with this, but it runs a bit warm.

PREDATOR G5-793 Or Eluktronics P650HP6

Posted on: March 20, 2017 by LonerIM2

The one I linked is actually a great option, but if you can push your budget a little I would recommend this MSI-GT62VR-Dominator-Pro just to be able to “future prof” your laptop, as it comes with the much more powerful 1070GPU and it is not much more than the one you linked, but it depends on your budget.

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Posted on: March 18, 2017 by LonerIM2

Not really, only other contender is this one, it will come down to your preference between 15.6 and 17.3

Should I get the newest Dell XPS 15 model or the newest MacBook Pro model (or if there is another suggestion)?

Posted on: March 15, 2017 by LonerIM2

For this budget and usage I would look for at least 1070 GPU, what about this MSI-GT62VR-Dominator-Pro because it comes with everything you need , i7 quad core CPU which is one of the best in the market and great for gaming, 16 GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, 1 TB of HDD for storage, Full HD screen which is a must have for this price range, high build quality, very good heat management and it is within your budget, or this config with double the ram to speed up your editing.

Looking to buy gaming laptop that will last as long as possible!

Posted on: March 13, 2017 by LonerIM2

is the 17 inch screen a must ? because the MSI-GT62VR-Dominator-Pro has better specs than the one you linked for a lower price but comes with 15.6 inch screen.

looking for an all-around laptop

Posted on: March 12, 2017 by LonerIM2

I would recommend this MSI GT62VR Dominator Pro because it comes with everything you need , i7 quad core CPU which is one of the best in the market and great for gaming, 8 GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, 1 TB of HDD for storage, Full HD screen which is a must have for this price range, high build quality, very good heat management, 1070 GPU that should be able to handle the games you mentioned on high to ultra settings settings with very good FPs, and it is within your budget.

Which Laptop do you prefer GL502VS or GL702VS

Posted on: March 12, 2017 by LonerIM2

Between the two I would suggest this one but if you have a choice (I assume you do) then don’t get either of them, instead I would recommend this MSI GT62VR Dominator Pro because it comes with very similar specs, for a hundred less, and it comes with much better build quality and cooling.

Gaming laptop for streaming

Posted on: March 11, 2017 by LonerIM2

hmm, what about this MSI-GT62VR because it comes with 1070 GPU along with the other features of the Sager.

What do you guys think of Alienware laptops?

Posted on: March 1, 2017 by LonerIM2

Then I would recommend this GT62VR Dominator Pro because it comes with the more powerful 1070 GPU, and it has better build quality and heat management, it also comes with 16 GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, 1 TB of HDD for storage, Full HD screen, Steel Series Full-Color Backlight Keyboard and within your budget.

[USA] Gaming laptop for a OTR Trucker, $1700- $2050

Posted on: February 25, 2017 by Orangematz

What about this or this?

US, $1200-2000, <=15.6" More subdued laptop for games, front-end development, and hobby video/audio work

Posted on: February 25, 2017 by Orangematz

How does the GT62VR look?

The Eluktronics linked is also a solid choice.

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Posted on: February 12, 2017 by LonerIM2

Not really, the GT72VR has other advantages other than value like the 120MHz screen and screen size of 17, if you don’t care/want either, then a better option would be this GT62VR because it comes with the same great build quality, bigger SSD and cheaper but with a 15.6 inch screen.

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Posted on: January 26, 2017 by Orangematz

For a little more you can get the GT62VR with a 1070. As mentioned, battery won’t be a big deal since it should automatically switch to the iGPU when you aren’t doing anything intensive.

[USA] <$3000 USD, 15in+, Looking for a laptop for gaming on the road.

Posted on: January 21, 2017 by Orangematz

Something such as this GT62VR would be an excellent choice. Very good build quality, GTX 1070 for a really good price.

Gaming Laptop - 17 inch, U.S, $1,500-$2,000 range

Posted on: January 19, 2017 by Orangematz

Would suggest the GT62VR. GTX 1070 for a really good price, well built, good keyboard.

1500ish USD 17" gaming laptop suggestions? [US]

Posted on: January 17, 2017 by Orangematz

You could spend a little more for this with a GTX 1070.

Otherwise, I’d check out a GE62VR.

Both of these are really solid options if you don’t mind them being 15″.

[USA] $1800. Looking to buy 15"-17" gaming laptop in a few months(<6).

Posted on: January 17, 2017 by Orangematz

Would also suggest the GT62VR. Excellent build quality and is a fairly solid machine overall. Great price for a GTX 1070.

I believe there is some bloatware, but you’ll find that on a lot of laptops.

gaming laptop, 1060 or 1070, $1200 - $1600 (US)

Posted on: January 15, 2017 by Orangematz

Also would suggest checking out a thicker/heavier option for better cooling if weight isn’t an issue. This is what I’d suggest.

[USA] ~$1500, some gaming, general use

Posted on: January 15, 2017 by Orangematz

If you can get the GTX 1070 within budget, then go with one. It’ll help when it comes to demanding titles.

This is what I’d go with.

$1500-$2000 budget, Looking for a gaming laptop

Posted on: January 14, 2017 by LonerIM2

I would recommend this MSI VR Ready GT62VR because it comes with 16 GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, 1 TB of HDD for storage, Full HD screen which is a must have for this price range, high build quality with no heating issues, 1070 GPU that should be able to handle the games you mentioned on high to ultra settings with very good FPs, and it is within your budget.

MSI: Dominator or Titan?

Posted on: January 14, 2017 by Orangematz

I’d stick with the Dominator. Cheaper for the same specs.

You can get it even cheaper here.

$1500-$2000 budget, Looking for a gaming laptop

Posted on: January 14, 2017 by Orangematz

My pick would be a GT62VR. Excellent build quality, GTX 1070, good price.

Hunting for a Solid Gaming Laptop

Posted on: January 12, 2017 by Orangematz

Check out a GT62VR. Good build quality, GTX 1070. Solid choice for the money.

artist/gamer debating between just a powerful laptop; cheaper laptop + gaming pc; laptop + console or any combo...halp?

Posted on: January 12, 2017 by LonerIM2

OK, 1 don’t get a laptop with 4k screen, it is pointless for this size, it will need more power to run games on higher settings, and it will drain more battery.
2. don’t buy a PS4 if you decide to buy a laptop because you don’t need two gaming devices at the same time (specially while living with your dad and taking community college).
3. with your budget you can get a very powerful laptop with very close performance to a desktop so no need to buy a desktop.
4. I would recommend MSI VR Ready GT62VR because it comes with 16 GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, 1 TB of HDD for storage, Full HD screen which is a must have for this price range, high build quality with no heating issues, backlit keyboard which is a nice plus, and it is within budget with some room to spare.

Hunting for a Solid Gaming Laptop

Posted on: January 12, 2017 by LonerIM2

In the other thread you linked to a laptop with 970M that an absolute no no for your usage as well as your budget, 1060 and 1070 is much more powerful and I would aim at 1070 for Witcher 3 with high FPs, and since you are looking for very good build quality as well as good customer support then I would recommend this MSI VR Ready GT62VR or the 15.6 version because it comes with great build quality, has all the specs you need, within budget, and doesn’t have heating issues.

Need a new laptop to replace a gs70

Posted on: January 11, 2017 by Orangematz

I’d also suggest a GT62VR. Really good value for the money.

Laptop for Numerical Processing + Steam

Posted on: January 11, 2017 by Orangematz

Okay.

How about a GT62VR?

Gaming laptop for 1200-1500$?

Posted on: January 9, 2017 by Orangematz

I’d go with a GT62VR.

Gaming Laptop for Golf Simulator + Gaming

Posted on: January 9, 2017 by Orangematz

How about a GT62VR?

Gaming/workstation

Posted on: January 8, 2017 by Orangematz

How about a GT62VR?

Laptop Suggestion for Gaming/ Work/Learning $2000

Posted on: January 7, 2017 by Orangematz

Would also suggest the GT62VR. Great option for the stuff you’re doing.

Trying to buy a new laptop

Posted on: January 7, 2017 by Orangematz

I’d suggest going with this. 1070 for a decent price, good build quality, overall a solid choice.

[$2000 USD] Mobile video editing station with couch gaming capabilities.

Posted on: January 6, 2017 by Orangematz

If you want a GTX 1070, how does this look?

College student(Comp Sci), 1000$ to 1600$ budget in the USA, into 3D modeling and gaming.

Posted on: January 6, 2017 by Orangematz

How about maybe something such as a GT62VR, or is it too heavy?

Looking for a gaming/3D modeling laptop, $1,500-$1,700

Posted on: January 6, 2017 by Orangematz

I’d go with something such as a GT62VR. Excellent gaming performance, still good build quality and nice keyboard.

Gaming laptop?

Posted on: January 6, 2017 by Orangematz

How about this?

Razer Blade vs MSI GT62VR Dom. Pro

Posted on: January 5, 2017 by LonerIM2

If portability is not a concern then I would recommend this because it has better build quality, better specs, better value for money, and overall a great gaming laptop.

Looking for a gaming laptop (US, around $1600)

Posted on: January 3, 2017 by LonerIM2

Since your budget allows it I would recommend this MSI-GT62VR-Dominator because it comes with the more powerful 1070 GPU the difference is worth it because GPU on laptops is not upgradeable (with very few expensive exception), and paying a little extra now will be a good option for the future, and it comes with the rest you would want, 16 GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, 1TB of HDD for storage, quad core i7 which is one of the best in the market, high build quality with very good cooling, and it is within your budget.

Need Advice on the ASUS ROG GL702

Posted on: December 31, 2016 by TheGingerbreadMan22

So how heavily does RAM factor in? Because it basically has the same components except with half the RAM. I’ve also heard that 128GB SSD is a little small, so the 250 is a bit more comforting.

I think if I go with an MSI, it would be this as it carries the 1070 and a 256SSD. I like the ability to change the keyboard color over the ASUS, and through the website you gave, the ASUS has terrible user reviews but high scores.

Thanks for the input 🙂

ROG or MSI gaming laptop: ~$2000 to spend

Posted on: December 24, 2016 by Orangematz

No problem. Get one here, too.

ROG or MSI gaming laptop: ~$2000 to spend

Posted on: December 24, 2016 by LonerIM2

I wouldn’t compare brand vs brand, rather model vs model, and I would recommend this GT62VR Dominator because it comes with great build quality and very good heat management, and it comes with great specs, 16 GB of ram for smooth multitasking, Good SSD storage of 256 GB for faster boot up and loading, 1 TB of HDD for storage, quad core i7 which is one of the best in the market, GTX 1070 GPU which is the best you can get under 2k and should run the games you mentioned on high to ultra high settings with high FPS and the best way to “future prof” your gaming.

You can find a more detailed review and a couple of other great gaming laptops under 2000 USD.

Narrowing the field down, need a few pointers

Posted on: December 17, 2016 by LonerIM2

If you are looking for 4k laptop then the Omen is your best option, however, I don’t think you should be looking at 4k, the laptop screen is too small for it to have a major difference, windows stull have scaling issue, and it will need more power to run games, instead, I would recommend this MSI VR Ready GT62VR because it comes with similar specs (apart from screen res) and price but with higher build quality and better cooling.

Purchasing a new laptop

Posted on: December 6, 2016 by LonerIM2

I would recommend this because it comes with great value for money with the current discount, and it has great build quality and very good cooling, plus it has all the specs that you need like GTX 1070(the best in laptops) i7-6700HQ which is one of the best CPU in the market, 16GB more than enough ram for smooth multi tasking, 256GB M.2 SATA or faster booting and and overall performance+ 1TB for storage.

Best 15/17'' GTX 1070 Laptop around 2000USD with good build quality (USA)

Posted on: November 14, 2016 by Orangematz

XoticPC is fine for Sager stuff.

Though if you want really good build quality and don’t mind paying a little more for it, absolutely go with a GT62VR.