Be careful not to confuse the 670M (Fermi) with the 670MX (Kepler). The 650m SLI setup is close to the 670MX.Same thing but with an i7 3630QM is $1050: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834312439
Hmmm, assuming what I've seen about the 650M SLI being only very slightly faster than the 670M is correct, I'd rather go with this and an i7 upgrade for under $1000: http://www.xoticpc.com/forcemsi-16f3-22001-670m-msi-gt60-barebones-p-4346.html?wconfigure=yes
Yea nope, no idea. Haven't done anything but try to learn windows 8 on it. As a side note, there is some wierdness with the text while running in SLi. Text is slightly blurry until I mouse over it, then it clears up.How well does Xubuntu work with it with steam? Any idea?
Actually it should be closer to a 675m when the clocks are oc'ed back to their non-gimped stock 650m level. This is a helluva laptop or the price. I kinda want to pick one up just to play with, but the lady would kill me.Be careful not to confuse the 670M (Fermi) with the 670MX (Kepler). The 650m SLI setup is close to the 670MX.
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