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beeko
06-26-2012, 12:41 AM
hi
iam student in Architecture college so i am using ( 3d max , Autocad , refit ... ect ) and sure i love games :)

now the only available in my country is

ASUS G55vw - ix057v !!!!
intel core i7 - 3610 QM
12 GB DDR3
1TB 5400
15.6 in LED backlit TFT LCD display + 3D glasses Free ( is it display 3D ??!!! )
NVidia geforce GTX 560 M 2 GB DDR5 dedicated

OR

ASUS G53sx - lx173v
intel core i7 - 2670 QM
12 GB DDR3
1.5 TB 7200
15.6 in LED backlit TFT LCD display 3D
NVidia geforce GTX 560 M 2 GB DDR5 dedic + 3D glasses free



now the 2 are with the same prices

so , which is better for my work

kiba
06-26-2012, 01:02 AM
probably the g53, been around longer, more reliable, and it looks like the only real difference is the 3610, the g75/55 systems have a lot of problems right now because theyre new, and the g74/53 systems have been around longer and are in my experience more reliable. whatever you choose, your first upgrade should be a SSD. also imo, the g74/75 screens are easier to look at for a long period of time, 15" screens give me a headache.

beeko
06-26-2012, 01:36 AM
thnx for replaying :)

iam with u in this point about the screen but the problem that their is no 74/ 75 till now :(
i also thinking now in dell xps 15z i7 which is good also , soo iam very confused now :S

Zygomorphic
06-26-2012, 01:43 AM
probably the g53, been around longer, more reliable, and it looks like the only real difference is the 3610, the g75/55 systems have a lot of problems right now because they're new, and the g74/53 systems have been around longer and are in my experience more reliable. whatever you choose, your first upgrade should be a SSD. also imo, the g74/75 screens are easier to look at for a long period of time, 15" screens give me a headache.

Make sure to get a 1080p screen. I have one on my 15" G53, and there is absolutely no eye-strain. Then again, I have good eyes. Either of those systems will work well. The G55 will have better battery life, but the battery life on the G53 is not that bad (3-3.5-4 hours depending on workload). If you want to upgrade to an SSD, I would advise the G53, since it can take standard SSDs. The G55 requires replacing the single HDD :(, or else disassembling the entire notebook to add an mSata SSD. Based upon this, I would recommend the G53. +1 rep @Jsl1ce!

EDIT: No Dells. They are either reliable and last forever, or else die in three months. ASUS is much better in this regard. Their systems are all quite reliable (as good as Toshiba, Apple and Sony).

beeko
06-26-2012, 02:10 AM
mmmmmmmmmmmmm................

anyway it is not big deal to me in HHD

and iam still confused between them :(

1--> is g55vw 3D display ?? !!!!! cuz it comes with 3D glasses

2 ---> if the possessor core i7 3610 QM is much better than core i7 2670 QM ??

3 ---> what about the updates supports in both ??

4 --> how to be sure that the screen is FHD they just wrote " 15.6 in LED backlit TFT LCD display "

sorry much talking :o

Zygomorphic
06-26-2012, 10:24 AM
1) If it comes with 3D glasses, then it is a 3D display. If it does not, then it supports 3D on external displays, just like any other modern nVidia card.--Check this out if it is important to you.
2) The 3610QM is faster than the 2670QM, but both are really fast processors. The 2630QM is comparable to an i7-920 (2.93 GHz desktop).--This point is moot.
3) ASUS has a terrible track record of supporting their products. They released one updated certified nVidia driver in the last year, and it was already 1 version out of date when they did so. :( However, you can run the nVidia reference drivers, and they will support all the latest and greatest. Other drivers, check vendor websites. This is unfortunate, but not too bad. The drivers they certify are usually stable.--Bad on both counts.
4) If the display is 3D, then it will be 1366x768. Manufacturers usually tell you if you are getting a "FHD" (1920x1080) panel. My guess is that both are 720p 1366x768 resolution--Equally bad either way.