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ATI 565V, is it any good?


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Hey guys, well been in the market for a long time now looking for a new laptop. Seem to have finally found the perfect one.

Dell XPS 16, I dont want my new laptop primarily for gaming, but having a kick ass GPU will definetly come in handy when I do decide to play games on it.

The reason I picked the XPS 16 was because of high performance components plus NO numberpad, which I hate, because then touchpad is off centered making it awkward to scroll.

Ive picked the model with the i7 820qm and 4gb of ram. Dell have rediculous prices if you wanted to upgrade the ram, an extra £160 to add 2gb! They give no option to upgrade the gpu on this model however unfortunately.

So before I put in an order just wondering if anyone knew how good the gpu was? .. google seems to tell me nothing thus' far.

Many thanks,


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Damn, that really sucks, it also seems that on the same laptop in the US, customers could choose to have a 4870 :eek:

Why wont they do that over here or something, or the GT435m like they do with the xps 17.


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Nobody else owns this laptop then Im presuming? Or this GPU?

*Le sigh*

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