FS: Sager NP 9873 Laptop (7700k, 1080 SLI)

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  1. clayton006

    clayton006 Gawd

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    I'm selling my Sager NP 9873 Laptop for $2500 OBO (shipped to lower 48 states)
    I'm upgrading and selling this one. I've had this laptop for almost two years and has been excellent
    Specs:
    CPU: 7700K (Delidded and Binned at 5.2GHz by SiliconLottery.com)
    GPU: Two GTX 1080 video cards in SLI
    SSD: Samsung 950 Pro 512gb
    RAM: 64GB DDR4 2400
    Display: 2560x1440 120hz Gsync

    Heatware: clayton006
    Liquid metal has been applied to keep the temperatures in check
    Battery has been replaced by the factory two months ago so it has very few cycles on it.

    The original power supply is two PSU's bridged by a connector.
    I include the original two power adapters and the new Eurocom 780w single active power supply as well ($480 value).

    I've traveled with this PC for a while with the Liquid metal on foot, by car, and by plane (just not by sea) and have had no issues with it. Solid performer.
    Also included is a Pelican case designed for this laptop to keep it safe and secure

    OneDrive Album Link for Pictures
     
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    wtf would be an upgrade might i ask lol
     
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    Most likely ill look at a system based on the new RTX and Coffee Lake S for an upgrade.
     
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    Props for taking that behemoth with you everywhere and game on the go like it was meant to be used.

    My Discount Tire trips would have been a lot more fun too if I had one of these..
     
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    780w power bricks exist? Holy shit. I learned something today. Beastly.
     
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    Glad you noticed. Was putting some PS4S tires on my Hellcat Charger. Makes the 2 hour wait a bit more enjoyable.

    Yeah I went to a few customer sites and realized that it was a pain to move from conference room to conference room unplugging the two bricks from the wall, then the Y adapter, then pack it all up, then unpack and repeat. The 780w power supply was a Godsend.

    It is a beast, and truth be told if no one bites on this I'll probably just keep it. Great machine.
     
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    Awesome.
    How are they compared to the MPSS’?
     
  8. clayton006

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    So I had PZeros on it prior to the PS4S and it is a night and day difference. I'm personal friends for a writer at R&T and he says they are a decent upgrade from MPSS.
     
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    cdabc123 2[H]4U

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    Hmm looking for any trades? I got high end server gear, and abunch of gpus, or if your looking for other parts I may have those as well
     
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    I wasn’t planning on trading, but the server gear has me intrigued....
     
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    Cerulean [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Didn't know Sager was a brand ... let alone that I could custom configure a $11,111.00 laptop of a beast maxed out with two RAID1 2TB PCIe Samsung Evo + RAID1 4TB PCIe Samsung Pro, 64 GB RAM, dual GPUs, ................... warranty is Canada

    X_X
     
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