Build a gaming laptop
Subject: Mobile | July 17, 2006 - 05:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Legit Reviews found a "whitebook" (a bare bones laptop, essentially no components other than the casing, screen and mobo), to build a gaming machine from. The Clevo M575U and Sager 5760 can fit an impressive array of parts, and will function as a perfect desktop replacement.
""It's now officially the summer of 2006 and it's time to do publish another article on how to build
your own gaming notebook. The changes from 2005 to 2006 were significant when it comes to notebooks.
Intel started shipping dual-core processors (Yonah) for their Napa based platforms (i945PM/GM) and we
finally saw ATI and NVIDIA putting high end graphics in decently sized notebooks. Our previous two
articles we used 15.4" widescreen notebooks, but this year I am moving up to a 17" screen with a
native resolution of 1920x1200. With an upgradeable NVIDIA GeForce 7900GTX 256MB video card powering
the 17.0" WUXGA Wide Screen display at 1920x1200 the notebook I picked out seems worthy enough to
replace the one I picked out last year. Without further ado let's meet this year's DIY gaming
notebook, the Clevo M57U!...""
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