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How do you think about Arous gaming laptop?

Discussion in 'Laptops & PDAs' started by tpx, Oct 6, 2014.

  1. tpx

    tpx New Member

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    Hi, I am thinking to purchase Arous X7 gaming laptop for my brother's birthday present. However, one of my friends share the news to me saying that they may still losing money from non-motherboard business in 2014.
    I am afraid of they may not be able offer a good RMA service... Any thought?
     
  2. Aruffell

    Aruffell The Don eTeknix Staff Forum Admin

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    CPU:
    Intel Core i7 3960X
    Motherboard:
    Asus Sabertooth X79
    Memory (RAM):
    16Gb G.Skill RipJawsX 2133MHz
    Storage:
    OCZ RevoDrive X2 240Gb
    Graphics Card(s):
    KFA2 GeForce GTX 680 EX OC
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Thermaltake ToughPower 1350W
    Case:
    Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow
    Monitor(s):
    3 x Dell U3011
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
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    Aorus are owned by Gigabyte and I can tell you that in 2014 they did extremely well across the world on motherboard sales so you'll have no issue.

    They also did extremely well on VGA, hence why certain GTX 980's such as the G1 Gaming is sold out everywhere.
     
  3. Thinkharder

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    CPU:
    Intel Core i7 920 D0 @ 4GHz
    Motherboard:
    Asus P6X58D-E X58
    Memory (RAM):
    18GB (3x2GB & 3x4GB) DDR3
    Storage:
    Samsung 840 PRO 128GB SSD, WD Caviar Black 1TB
    Graphics Card(s):
    AMD Radeon R9 290X
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Antec TruePower 750W
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    They are decent and support will be fine, don't see Gigabyte going anywhere any time soon.

    They do seem a bit odd though with most of the range it seems like they have SLI for SLIs sake... "GTX 860M SLI faster than a GTX 880M" yea but not much, why not just put a single more powerful chip in there, it will be easier to use, more reliable, lighter, cooler and probably cheaper.

    Or "The pair of GTX 765M graphics chips comes with a ravishing P7393 in 3DMark 11, a pure phenomenal performance on par with GTX 780M." yea so why not just put a GTX 780M in there and be done with it :p
     

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