A multi-award-winning PC-based desktop systems integrator and reseller of highly customized gaming laptops – announces today the availability of the newest generation of high-end gaming notebooks powered by the revolutionary new NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 10-series graphics cards. Manufactured by MSI, Gigabyte Sager, ASUS and other industry leaders, each featured XOTIC PC gaming laptop is armed with the new NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080, GTX 1070 or GTX 1060 GPU. Powered by the revolutionary NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture, no longer will gamers sacrifice performance for portability as each laptop is capable of handling the identical high-performance typically reserved for desktop GPUs.The flagship NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 delivers up to three times the performance and power efficiency of previous-generation GPUs. NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 10-series GPUs leverage high-speed FinFET, high-bandwidth GDDR5X technologies and DirectX 12 to deliver the smoothest, most power-efficient gaming notebook experiences. NVIDIA GameWorks™ technologies add more realism for a truly cinematic experience, while each NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 10-series GPU is also VR Ready certified for optimal virtual reality performance, image quality and low latency.
The latest Game Ready NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 10-powered systems built by MSI, Gigabyte Sager, ASUS and other leading gaming laptop manufacturers are available now through the XOTIC PC store. Additional high-performance customizations and visual personalizations are also available —the trademark of XOTIC PC’s nearly 20 years’ of building, customizing and selling some of the top performance gaming desktops and laptops for highly satisfied customers.
When it comes to doing some hardcore gaming, generally laptops aren’t what come to mind. Just today I was looking at upgrading my current desktop graphics card to a GTX 1080, so when this came across my desk I was blown away. The same exact card that I was looking to put in my gaming desktop can now be found sitting inside a laptop, ready to push better performance than what I currently have running at home. Suddenly the snazzy little laptop that I am writing this article on feels like a cheap toy in comparison.