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I still want one though.

 

 

Damn. I can feel my restraint slipping away. 



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Aaaand I failed. Ordered the most expensive version. I feel guity now. And those 5-7 days can't go fast enough.

 

 

• Intel® CoreTM i7
• 512GB
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• NVIDIA Quadro M1000M graphics with 4GB GDDDR5 VRAM


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Only a dual core though. Didn't know they even still made those. Still should be the business for design.



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Only a dual core though. Didn't know they even still made those. Still should be the business for design.

 

Is it an ultra low voltage chip? Those are normally dual core.



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Maybe to save on TPD because it's a mobile device ?

 

Wacom got a lot of flak with the last iteration of their tablet PC because of fan noise and heat. 



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Pen function is the best i've ever tried on a digitiser and i can now run my applications anywhere i go.  Dunno if its worth 3200 euro though. Anyway never spending that much on one again. Wacoms monopoly is showing signs of finally breaking. We are going to have better options in their segment in a few years time.



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I am considering if I might buy the game Grand Theft Auto 5. I am still playing Pillars of Eternity though keep in mind that I have not owned

Pillars of Eternity for many weeks.

 

This is partcularly laptop speed. My laptop has Nvidia 1050 Ti 4GB DDR5

http://laptopmedia.c...nce-comparison/

 

Please note that Nvidia 1050 Ti is faster then this Nvidia 1050. That said there is not so much difference maybe 5-10 frames faster depending on the game.

 

GTA 5 (1080p, Medium)

Nvidia 1050 61 fps

Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M 37 fps

 

GTA 5 (1080p, Max)

Nvidia 1050 19 frames

Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M 15 fps

 

Now I do understand that game even if Nvidia 1050 Ti 4GB DDR5 is slightly faster then Nvidia 1050 2GB DDR5 that Max settings FULL HD does not give good framerate. Propably some adjusted settings example High settings and it is not a FPS so I don't think 60+ constant frames is so important.

 

F1 2015 (1080p, Medium)

Nvidia 1050 64 fps

Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M 48 fps

 

F1 2015 (1080p, Max)

Nvidia 1050 47 frames

Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M 31 fps

 

I doubt I will buy F1 2015 even if I would run that at max settings FULL HD. However you never know if the price is like 5-10 euro+shipping then I might. I bought Battlefield 3 for 8 euro+ shipping costs.


Edited by Terminator, 08 June 2017 - 09:35 AM.





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