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Use a Dekstop Video Card on a Laptop (Alienware 13)
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‹«ÇÂÞ»›NxCmp
Wed Oct 29 2014, 12:09AM
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"The Alienware 13 laptop — announced this morning — will go down in history as the first ever laptop allowed into the vaulted, blustery, and mythical halls of True PC Gaming. While the laptop itself is just an upgraded version of the Alienware 14, it has a new peripheral that will blow your mind: the Alienware Graphics Amplifier, an external enclosure that allows you to attach a full-length desktop graphics card — such as the Nvidia GTX 980 or Radeon HD R9 295X2 — to your laptop. The price of desktop-like performance on your laptop, though, is steep: The Amplifier itself, without a graphics card, is $300 — and, sadly, it (currently) only works with the Alienware 13 laptop."

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‹«ÇÂÞ»›Zeitgeist13
Wed Nov 05 2014, 06:54PM
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I used a Alieware lappy for BF2 play for years. This seems pretty cool but bow I am not doing mobile gaming or lan parties anymore:(
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