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Help Me, Laptop: I'm a Gamer and Video Editor

Your Laptop should be able to handle everything you throw at it. After all, who wants to buy a whole bunch of devices? So for the asusdeluxedual reader, who wrote asking for a laptop, they could use both for 4K video editing and their hobby game, I say, you get a laptop that can do the two.


The desired price of our drive is about $ 2,000, and they want recommendations and help on the specs. So let's go.

I usually do not start with a screen as an important element, but in this case, the display is critical. Many players, myself included, would opt for a 1080p display in a game notebook. Few games can work with the best settings in 4K, even with a powerful GPU like the GTX 1080, and some of these screens have refresh rates faster, going up to 144Hz. But in this case, asusdeluxedual needs a 4K screen. Of course, you can edit the 4K video on a 1080p screen, but you'll want to watch it in full resolution. So, a 4K display is.

Now we have already established that you can use a Gaming laptop for video editing. The argument in favor of a workstation is that the Quadro graphics card range is certified to be used with creative applications, but that does not mean that Nvidia's GeForce GTX game cards will not work . And if you want to use your machine for both video editing and gaming, you'll probably do better with a gaming notebook, which will have the power to edit and the software and features for gaming .

PLUS: The Best Gaming Laptops

Other features you will want to include a ton of storage to accommodate both raw video and a bunch of games, and enough RAM to power intensive activities. To find a suggestion, I searched for Gaming Laptops with 4K displays. Your alternative is to get a 4K monitor and do not worry about the display on the laptop, but for the moment, I guess you want to use the laptop. laptop alone.

Coming a penny from the asusdeluxedual budget, the HP Omen 17 sells for $ 1,999.99 with an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q, 16GB of RAM, a 17-inch 4K display, a 1TB hard drive at 7,200rpm and a 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD drive. To save money, you can get less storage (or keep games and files on external storage). Finding a 4K gaming laptop in the asusdeluxedual price range was a challenge, and I found nothing else that really fits the bill.

But many other options are simply out of this price range. The 4K Razer Blade Pro, the MSI Titan Pro and many others are worth well over $ 2,500 and often over $ 3,000

At the present time, asusdeluxedual options are limited, but that will change. Technology companies are releasing laptops with Intel's 8th generation "Coffee Lake" H chips, which means a lot of new gaming laptops, some with 4K displays . So, if asusdeluxedual can wait a few months, they may have more options.

But now, asusdeluxedual knows their specifications, and even has something that they can get if they can not wait. But as Coffee Lake comes to more gaming laptops, there will be new whole queues to consider. Meanwhile Coffee Lake, you will also have a lot of time to lose to get all the features they really need for games and editing.

Credits: Laptop Mag

Notes From The Editor Andrew E. Freedman,
Andrew joined Laptopmag.com in 2015, reviewing computers and keeping abreast of the latest news. He holds a M.Sc. in Journalism (Digital Media) from Columbia University. Lover of everything related to gaming and technology, his previous work has emerged at Kotaku, PCMag and Complex, among others. Follow him on Twitter @FreedmanAE.
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Your laptop should be able to handle everything you throw at it. After all, who wants to buy a whole bunch of devices? So for the asusdeluxedual reader, who wrote asking for a laptop, they could use both for 4K video editing and their hobby game, I say, you get a laptop that can do the two.


The desired price of our drive is about $ 2,000, and they want recommendations and help on the specs. So let's go.

I usually do not start with a screen as an important element, but in this case, the display is critical. Many players, myself included, would opt for a 1080p display in a game notebook. Few games can work with the best settings in 4K, even with a powerful GPU like the GTX 1080, and some of these screens have refresh rates faster, going up to 144Hz. But in this case, asusdeluxedual needs a 4K screen. Of course, you can edit the 4K video on a 1080p screen, but you'll want to watch it in full resolution. So, a 4K display is.

Now we have already established that you can use a gaming laptop for video editing. The argument in favor of a workstation is that the Quadro graphics card range is certified to be used with creative applications, but that does not mean that Nvidia's GeForce GTX game cards will not work . And if you want to use your machine for both video editing and gaming, you'll probably do better with a gaming notebook, which will have the power to edit and the software and features for gaming .

PLUS: The Best Gaming Laptops

Other features you will want to include a ton of storage to accommodate both raw video and a bunch of games, and enough RAM to power intensive activities. To find a suggestion, I searched for gaming laptops with 4K displays. Your alternative is to get a 4K monitor and do not worry about the display on the laptop, but for the moment, I guess you want to use the laptop. laptop alone.

Coming a penny from the asusdeluxedual budget, the HP Omen 17 sells for $ 1,999.99 with an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q, 16GB of RAM, a 17-inch 4K display, a 1TB hard drive at 7,200rpm and a 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD drive. To save money, you can get less storage (or keep games and files on external storage). Finding a 4K gaming laptop in the asusdeluxedual price range was a challenge, and I found nothing else that really fits the bill.

But many other options are simply out of this price range. The 4K Razer Blade Pro, the MSI Titan Pro and many others are worth well over $ 2,500 and often over $ 3,000

At the present time, asusdeluxedual options are limited, but that will change. Technology companies are releasing laptops with Intel's 8th generation "Coffee Lake" H chips, which means a lot of new gaming laptops, some with 4K displays . So, if asusdeluxedual can wait a few months, they may have more options.

But now, asusdeluxedual knows their specifications, and even has something that they can get if they can not wait. But as Coffee Lake comes to more gaming laptops, there will be new whole queues to consider. Meanwhile Coffee Lake, you will also have a lot of time to lose to get all the features they really need for games and editing.

Credits: Laptop Mag

Notes From The Editor Andrew E. Freedman,
Andrew joined Laptopmag.com in 2015, reviewing computers and keeping abreast of the latest news. He holds a M.Sc. in Journalism (Digital Media) from Columbia University. Lover of everything related to gaming and technology, his previous work has emerged at Kotaku, PCMag and Complex, among others. Follow him on Twitter @FreedmanAE.
Andrew E. Freedman,
sure


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