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The very best Nvidia GTX 950M, 960M, 965M, 970M and 980M laptops for gamers

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  1. Kathryne Heller says:

    No offense, but the ASUS ROG G752VY-DH78K Gaming Laptop puts everything on this list to shame.

  2. Mr. Greg DuBuque says:

    Honestly, my Lenovo Y50-70 still works for me. The 860m is outdated, but I can still play pretty much everything on low or medium. Black Ops 3 plays on High with all the options disabled, albeit at 49 fps. The only game I probably can't play is Ashes of the Singularity, but that's a beast of a game.

  3. Mrs. Abigail Tillman Sr. says:

    If you've got the money (and the patience, QA is not the best here) the Razer Blade 2015 is a wonderful choice. Same aluminum uni-body design as a MacBook Pro, an INCREDIBLE 3K display, 970M, replacable SSD, and a very enjoyable keyboard. I'm surprised it's not on this list. It's quite a bit more pricey than the other laptops, but the build quality really shows.

    Some advice; if you purchase one, scrutinize it as much as you can when it arrives. Razer isn't known for having the best Quality Assurance team so there's a higher than usual chance you'll end up with a flawed unit. The first one I received had a ding in the screen and many dead pixels. Unacceptable when you're spending that kind of cash, but something you'll have to put up with if you want a top-tier, high-quality, ultra portable gaming laptop that definitely beats out the competition for build quality.

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