The Spanish brand Seismic announced the launch of its new laptop top end, the P870DM3-G, a team that boasts the performance of a Gaming desktop system the size of a laptop, and it is not in vain equipped with a processor and two graphics desktop. Now this has a cost, and in this case the top end model that can configure over 5,000 euros.
For starters, the P870DM3-G Seismic equips an Intel Core i7-6700K (Skylake) desktop processor, with the particularity that if we can buy the laptop without processor and install ourselves we want (Intel LGA1151 socket, of course) . In the most basic configuration, with a Core i5-6600 offer. This processor is accompanied by up to 64 GB of RAM DDR4 memory up to 2800 MHz, up to two SATA interface SSDs 3, two additional with M.2 and PCI-Express interface (compatible with NVMe) format, and the data eye two cards NVIDIA GeForce 1080 GTX graphics 8GB of graphics memory GDDR5X each.
With this hardware, the team will move smoothly any current game on your screen 17.3-inch Ultra HD resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels), a screen that also features G-Sync technology NVIDIA to ensure a smoother gameplay experience without the odious effects of stuttering and tearing. The team also includes two mini DisplayPort video outputs and an HDMI 2.0 to connect three additional screens if you want.
What more can have a team of 5,000 euros? For the best of the best, as a sound system signed by Creative (Sound Blaster X-FI MB5 with amplified audio output with Sabre DAC chip HiFi), Killer DoubleShot connectivity (LAN and WiFi 802.11ac gigabit), five USB ports 3.0, two USB 3.1 Type-C reversible, card reader 6 in 1, and of course backlit keyboard. A jewel, come on.
Now let’s talk about the price. In a configuration with nothing (you should add processor, RAM and disk) the equipment costs 4,285 euros, while shaping top end (6700K, 64GB of RAM, dual Crucial disks BX200 960 GB and two Samsung 950 Pro 512 GB) we would go to 6,580 euros. A more “normal” configuration with a Core i7-6700K, 16 GB of RAM DDR4 to 2133 Mhz and a single SSD Samsung 950 Pro 256GB would cost 5,003 euros. You can play yourself with the possible configurations in the manufacturer’s website.