Most Expensive Gaming Laptops Review With Very Detailed Guide 2020

Computer and hardware prices continue to increase every year in direct proportion to the developing technology. Nowadays, where even a middle segment system has high prices, some gaming laptops sold around the world are dizzy with their prices. Let’s take a closer look at the most expensive gaming laptops sold and the prices and technical features of these computers.

Having a computer with the highest possibilities offered by today’s technology can cost a lot of money, as you can imagine. Naturally, the question comes to mind, “Is that much money to play?”. Of course, not everyone has this financial opportunity. OK, let’s take a closer look to most expensive gaming laptop models or most powerful gaming laptops or you can call best gaming laptops 🙂

Most Expensive Gaming Laptop Models, Prices and Specs

1- Alienware Area-51M R2 17.3″ UHD, 3.7 GHz i9-10900K $11,969 USD


The new Alienware Area-51m R2 is powered by a ten-core Intel Core i9-10900K Comet Lake S processor with 5.3 GHz and 125 W dedicated TDP. Equipped with the fastest Turing solution NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super, currently the top model as a graphics card. Also, we could not make a comment for the device produced with 3200 MHz and 64 GB DDR4 ram. More performance wouldn’t be possible than this?


10th Generation Intel Core i9 3.7 GHz 10 Core – 20 Thread Processor (i9-10900K | Turbo to 5.3 GHz)

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super w/ 8 GB GDDR6

17.3″ UHD 60Hz 25ms, 500-nits, 100% Adobe RGB Color Gamut + Tobii Eyetracking Technology Display Gaming Laptop by adding Gelid GC Extreme on CPU and GPU for improved performance and optimal system temperature

32 TB (4 x 8 TB) M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD–ensures that you experience the fastest boot up & load times

64 GB (2 x 32 GB) of fast DDR4 3200MHz dual channel system memory (Speeds subject to system capability)–run memory hungry applications and multitask with ease


2- ASUS ROG Mothership GZ700GX 17.3” FHD 144Hz $8,809 USD



ASUS ROG Mothership does not offer the option to select configurations for major system components. ASUS has taken the highest performance components the modern industry has to offer for laptops: an Intel Core i9-9900HK CPU and a GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card on a TU104 chip. Of course, there are laptops with desktop processors, and NVIDIA’s TU102 GPU is also used in mobile workstations (including ASUS itself).

The i9-9900HK and RTX 2080 are the limit of potential computing power for a laptop. We’re also going to leave the new eight-core Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors out of brackets for now, as we don’t yet have data on their actual performance (but they’ll appear very soon – that’s a hint).

An Asus Mothership with 64GB of RAM has a panel with 4K resolution and 60Hz refresh rate that completely covers the Adobe RGB color space. Another series with 32 GB of RAM is equipped with a Full-HD display, but already with 144 Hz and unfortunately without an expanded color range. However, in both cases there is support for a variable refresh rate according to the proprietary “green” G-SYNC standard.

There are six USB ports, five of which correspond to the highest-performance USB 3.2 Gen 2 standard. In turn, two of the high-speed ports are made in the Type-C form factor and carry an additional interface function – Thuderbolt 3 or DisplayPort 1.4. There are also mandatory mini-jack connectors for connecting external acoustics and microphones, cable Ethernet, and a card reader slot.


9th Generation Intel Core i9 2.4 GHz 8 Core – 16 Thread Processor (i9-9980HK | Turbo to 5.0 GHz) with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 w/ 8GB GDDR6
17.3″ FHD 144Hz 3ms IPS-Level, 300-nits, 72% NTSC, 100% sRGB, 76% Adobe, G-Sync Anti-Glare Display Gaming Laptop by adding Gelid GC Extreme on CPU and GPU for improved performance and optimal system temperature
8TB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD–ensures that you experience the fastest boot up & load times
128GB (4 x 32GB) of fast DDR4 2666MHz memory–run memory hungry applications and multitask with ease

3- MSI GT76 Titan DT $11,039 USD


The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card used is also equivalent to desktop models. In this way, the performance is not only 1080p or 1440p, but even 4K resolution in games. Of course, the screen panel used is chosen accordingly. The panel operates at a refresh rate of 240 Hz, with a resolution of 1920x1080p, with MSI True Color, color profiles can be taken into design or game modes. True Color is a very useful and functional software.

MSI takes full advantage of the large enclosure with DynAudio speakers and Nahimic audio software. There is a sound system that is very powerful and has fine tuning as well.

The Killer control center, which provides Ethernet and WiFi control in network connection, is very functional. Thanks to the Killer Wi-Fi 6 AX1650x wireless network adapter, you can achieve high file transfer speeds and simultaneous image transfer with a Wi-Fi 6 supported Router even if you do not connect an Ethernet cable. With the Killer E3000 Ethernet and this AX supported Wi-Fi, it is obvious that it will be very successful in internet and network connection.

Thanks to Nvidia Studio drivers, this computer with RTX 2080 gains value for professional users. Compared to systems with a Quadro GPU, it offers much more than previous Titan models in terms of both gaming and business. The desktop processor is problem-solving especially for processes where even the most powerful systems are insufficient in intensive use. MSI desktop components are able to operate at high performance and uninterruptedly by successfully cooling them inside the laptop. Anyway, the strongest points of MSI’s success in laptop and desktop sales are its cooling success and software support.


17.3″ UHD, Anti-Glare Wide View Angle 4K Adobe RGB 100% | NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 Super 8G GDDR6 | VR Ready
Intel Core i9-10900K | Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201(2*2 ax)
64GB (16G*4) DDR4 2666MHz, 4 Sockets; Max Memory 128GB | 2TB NVMe SSD (1TBx2)
Killer LAN E3100 | Dynaudio Tech Speakers 2W *2 + Subwoofer 3W *1 | 720p HD Webcam
Steel Series per-Key RGB with Anti-Ghost key (84 Key)

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We don’t know what to do with these great gaming laptops, but at worst, we sleep with them 🙂 Thank you for reading the article on the most expensive gaming laptop. You can instantly be informed about such articles by registering to the newsletter from the top!


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