Thinking about a new computer. .input?

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sblack5sblack5 Long Armed Monster 2528WRX Points: 3Members Posts: 2,528 Titanium Tees
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I'm thinking about a new laptop and was wondering if any fellow wrx'ers with computer knowledge would be kind enough to give input.



Im looking at a laptop and I've already done some research and have some components picked out and wouldn't mind opinions on everything.



I don't use my current laptop for gaming at all. It's more that I have over 100 movies and just north of 17000 pieces of music on a couple of hard drives and at times end up using 5 or more media programs at the same time. I'm looking to set something up to where it won't get bogged down and I don't have to worry about upgrading much for 5 or 6 years at least.



I'm looking at an Asus ROG g750jh with blu ray burner and 32gb of ram.



I will probably be replacing the 2 ssd's and hdd with Samsung 840 pro ssd's. 2 of those being 128gb versions in the stock raid 0 configuration with just the OS on it (not sure if I want windows 7 or 8 yet,and may setup a dual boot with Linux mint) and the 3rd being a 512gb for my programs.



I was Also looking to get 4 1TB Samsung 840 evo ssd's and set them up externally and connected via thunderbolt in a raid 0+1 configuration. Would move my current data over to these drives and save all new data to them as well. I've also looked at Promise's Pegasus R4 that offers tthunderbolt and raid 6 configuration which really appeals to me.





maybe overkill? I'm currently only on 4gb ram and a 32 bit system and externally connected to my hdd's via USB 2.0. Remember, the goal is to be able to handle anything I throw at it for some time.



Thanks for any input. I know it's a golf forum but surely I'm not the only geek on here and have noticed that we have quite a few brainy members on here.
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  • lumberman2462lumberman2462  5341WRX Points: 200Handicap: ?Members Posts: 5,341 Titanium Tees
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    Those ASUS gaming laptops are hardcore and will do just about anything.



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  • sblack5sblack5 Long Armed Monster  2528WRX Points: 3Members Posts: 2,528 Titanium Tees
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    That's what I'm after though. I'd rather not compromise much up front in exchange for not having to upgrade once I've got it all together.
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    that when you find it
    and it sees you, it is trembling.

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