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    Default Re: Macbook AIR with Graphic Card?

    Quote Originally Posted by jackjack View Post


    agreed, but in this case for MAC owners dude, why buy gaming laptop if you can buy desktop gaming PC's with all the fun to mod's it up.





    I can understand why some would feel the need to buy a gaming laptop. Some people travel more then I do and want to get their game on in the hotel. Got it. A gaming laptop will have better gpu horse power then a Mac for Cad or any other graphic intensive work related program anyways. And the have the same dang on software for pc. So what is the point of buying a mac. Oh thats right, too look smug and fit in with the rest of the douche bag co-workers! hahaha

    That arguement of "It just works" is crap. I fix too many Macs to follow along with that crap. BTW screw you Apple for making these things so damn hard to work on. You suck! Style before function is a stupid way to do things. You dont know heartache until you replace the screen on a macbook air or a mainboard on a macbook pro! GRRRRRRRRRR!!!
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    Default Re: Macbook AIR with Graphic Card?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    They do make PC based laptops with thunderbolt. MSI has a gaming ones. Hp makes business models with it. Acer and even Dell.
    Yesh but they're generally quite expensive, there was something else that you could plug a graphics card into and most laptops have them, can't remember what its called though.

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    Default Re: Macbook AIR with Graphic Card?

    Quote Originally Posted by jackjack View Post
    Thanks for your feedback, according to this article this tutorial is the working one right now, if you ever happen find a new/old article please feel free to share it with us
    Here's one:

    http://www.theverge.com/2012/1/10/2698168/msi-GUS-II-external-thunderbolt-gpu-enclosure

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    here were literally tons of them, I remember another big name company had one with a touch screen fan controller.

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    Default Re: Macbook AIR with Graphic Card?

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Yesh but they're generally quite expensive, there was something else that you could plug a graphics card into and most laptops have them, can't remember what its called though.
    Light Peak. it was in the article you posted. That is another spec that is a wash.
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    Default Re: Macbook AIR with Graphic Card?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Light Peak. it was in the article you posted. That is another spec that is a wash.
    Nope its something thats been around for years and years. Every laptop I've ever had has had one but I can't remember for the life of me what it was called...

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    ExpressCard, thats what it is!

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    Default Re: Macbook AIR with Graphic Card?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    That is what I was going to say. Why not just buy a gaming laptop in the first place and save yourself the hassle.
    Gaming laptops are terrible. I want the gaming functionality only when stationary. When I want the laptop functionality I carry around an extra kilo and a smaller battery. Makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    Gaming laptops are terrible. I want the gaming functionality only when stationary. When I want the laptop functionality I carry around an extra kilo and a smaller battery. Makes no sense.
    The performance of gaming laptops wasnt in question. The point is why spend so much money on a macbook air that cant play games them by this device and a video card so you can make it play games. That is just plan silly. So if you want games just buy the gaming laptop in the first place. It will be cheaper then the AIR. lol


    Now on the performance issues. I have played with a lot of gaming laptops and most of the high end models can compete with a lot of desktop systems sold as "gaming rigs". We would consider those as entry level systems because most of use here spend way too much money on our rigs lol If you travel a lot and like to play games a Gaming laptop is the best option. Lugging your rig around and trying to get your watercooled system on a plane will not go well.
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    Pretty cool, I would rather have a straight up gaming laptop, but this is still pretty innovative, Just wish it wasn't so exposed though :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    Pretty cool, I would rather have a straight up gaming laptop, but this is still pretty innovative, Just wish it wasn't so exposed though :/
    Wonder if you can get a PCi card with thunderbolt then use it on older PCs. Why? Just because I want to know. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    Gaming laptops are terrible. I want the gaming functionality only when stationary. When I want the laptop functionality I carry around an extra kilo and a smaller battery. Makes no sense.
    I totally agree with you. It's somehow ironic to me to buy one. It's more expensive than a desktop gaming rig and it performs less. Why would somebody want to game with a laptop too? The keyboard is not that comfortable compared to using a mechanical one... you need a mice either way and I simply prefer a larger screen of around 21-24" display. Sure it gives you mobility but why would you game outside anyway? Sure some loves to use gaming laptops but it simply doesn't appeal me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by najiro View Post
    I totally agree with you. It's somehow ironic to me to buy one. It's more expensive than a desktop gaming rig and it performs less. Why would somebody want to game with a laptop too? The keyboard is not that comfortable compared to using a mechanical one... you need a mice either way and I simply prefer a larger screen of around 21-24" display. Sure it gives you mobility but why would you game outside anyway? Sure some loves to use gaming laptops but it simply doesn't appeal me.
    nice point cactus man maybe you might find the answer with Mr. Min Lian Tan What's with the Blade

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackjack View Post
    nice point cactus man maybe you might find the answer with Mr. Min Lian Tan What's with the Blade
    ehh? what's your point? My opinion is my opinion. Why would I try to debate that with somebody that SELLS something that doesn't appeal me?
    That's like convincing a soldier not to use guns simply because you don't like them... that sounds foolish doesn't it?
    I am an economist by profession. I understand how supply and demand works. Obviously there's a DEMAND for these stuff simply because there are people WHO GOT MONEY TO SPARE and doesn't really care if it doesn't give them bang for their buck. Same thing when you talk about people buying a more expensive Apple than PC, or why would you buy a Ferrari and not a regular car?
    Gaming laptops are there, people buy them, but my stand remains the same that they are not the BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK gaming option and is rather ironic to buy them. They cost more and performs less when compared to desktop, batteries perform badly after a year or so and so on. But then again, that's MY opinion. If you want to talk to Mr. Min Lian Tan, be my guest but use your own opinion not mine.
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    I see the appeal of mobile gaming. It might not be for me because I don't travel much. Even those frequently out of the house visiting family and friends may have the need to game on the go. I am more stationary and dont have the need for one. I can even understand those that dont travel but hate being trapped in a single room ofvthe house. That makes more sense to me then any other. I want to play me game in the bedroom, then the kitchen while heating up hot pockets! Then maybe in living room with feet on the coffee table. Oh the hot pocket got to me! Time to game in the bathroom while pushing out a hot pocket of my own!

    So despite the drawbacks of gaming laptops there is the convenience factor that us who are fine with being in a dark room by ourselves will never understand. Go ahead and try to take your PC to the bathroom with you! hahaa

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    ^ Totally agree, I found myself considering a gaming laptop before so that I can play when I am not at home. But gaming in the bathroom? LOL!!
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