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Best High End Gaming Laptop – Expert Recommendations

September 14, 2021
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This article showcases our top picks for the Best High End Gaming Laptop. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Acer Predator Helios 500 PH517-61-R0GX Gaming Laptop

This product was recommended by Kuldeep Singh from InfoSearchMedia

I personally like the high-end Ryzen 7 CPU of this laptop with a high refresh rate ( 144hz ) and AMD’s FreeSync. Moreover, the built quality of the Helios 500 feels highly durable and sturdy. It is equipped with all the required ports that need to be there in a gaming laptop such as two 3.0 type-A ports, headphone and microphone jacks, USB Type-C ports, etc. One amazing and rare feature is the row of directional hotkeys that can be programmed as per personal preference.

ASUS Rogzyphyrus G15

This product was recommended by Mark Condon from Shoktkit

It is equipped with AMD’s Octa-core processor ‘RYZEN’ which has 8 cores and 16 threads that ensure smooth functioning. It also has Nvidia’s 2060 graphic card that avoids storage problems.

Acer Predator Helios 300

This product was recommended by Pranav from Technical Roar

If you ask me why do I like Acer Predator Helios 300, my answer would be NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, which is a Ray tracing Graphics Card. This graphics technology renders light and shadows in scenes which gives me a most realistic gaming experience. I myself a great fan of GTA 5. Most of the time I play it online with my friends, and I must tell you that not a single time my game lagged ever, all thanks to the Intel i7 Core processor & 64GB RAM that this laptop has. The 1TB SSD boots my laptop within 5 seconds and allows me to store some of the large file size games. Where most of the High-End gaming laptops last for a max of 2 hours, Acer Predator delivers a battery backup of 6 Hrs making it actually a predator in the gaming segment. There are many times when I played games continuously on it for 3-4 Hours, but I never faced any heating issue until now, all thanks to its advanced cooling system. And, last but not least, its stylish design and RGB keyboard backlit makes this laptop worthful to do a showoff. Just Kidding, the laptop is actually that appealing.

Acer Predator Triton 500

This product was recommended by Steven Zhang from Luremefish

This is the bad boy I recently got. Yes, it doesn’t have the new 3000 cards, but the RTX2070 does a superb job. The processor is insanely fast, up to 5.0GHz. It was almost double compared with my previous PC. Plus, the 2 TB of SSD gives good reading speeds, making it a perfect combination for AAA games. Another thing that I loved is the display. The 300Hz refresh rate might seem a little overkill on paper. It makes the textures and movements seem more life-like. Plus, the display is NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible. This model already comes with 32 Gbs of RAM. So no need of getting a kit to upgrade it. Lastly, if you care about RGB, you can customize your layout through the predator sense software. There you can also control the fan speed and a couple of other things. Specs: i7-10750H 32 GBs of RAM 2 TB NVMe SSD RTX 2070

Razer Blade 15

This product was recommended by Steven Zhang from Luremefish

Razer has always found a way of making some of the most beautiful laptops. You gotta love that stealth black design and thin bezels. Inside we find the brand-new RTX 3060, i7-10750H processor, 16 GBs of RAM, and 512GBs of SSD. You can also bump up the graphics card up to a 3070 if you have the money. The 1080p 144Hz refresh rate screen is beautiful and color-accurate, which is perfect for those content creators who like to game every now and then. Specs: i7-10750H 16GBs of RAM 512 GBs SSD RTX 3060


This product was recommended by Steven Zhang from Luremefish

All gamers looking to stay near 1500 bucks must check the Zephyrus G14 gaming laptop. It packs the latest Ryzen 9 4900HS, which is equivalent to an i7-10750H. Sadly, you only get an RTX2060 Maz-Q graphics card with 6 Gbs of dedicated memory. I said sadly because you don’t get to enjoy the newer flagship graphics cards; yet. The 16 Gbs and 1TB SSD make everything fast and smooth. But if you need even more speed, you can go for the 40 GB version, which in my opinion, is a little overkill. The screen has a lesser refresh rate. Still, 120Hz is more than enough, especially if you come from a 60 or 90 Hz display. Specs: i7-10750H 16GBs of RAM 1 TB SSD RTX 2060

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