Use the money to get one that is more powerful? So right now I have a Lenovo Y570 and don't get me wrong, I haven't really had any issues except for a couple times when the temps reached 91 Celsius Now, I do have a desktop so it's not intended to be a replacement per se, but rather something for me to use when I go to my parent's or friends' house and just lug it with me. I like Lenovo, I think they make excellent machines, and what I was looking at is the new-ish Lenovo Y510p http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Lenovo-IdeaPad-Y510p-Notebook.97470.0.html http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/ideapad/y-series/y510p/ Considering the discount you get with the eCoupon on their site, it's a damn good price for the hardware, the only thing is that it uses nVidia SLI for the GPU, which I imagine, would make it hot enough to cook scrambled eggs on. On Lenovo's site however, it's not clear if all those Y510p models have one or two GPUs, it's not entirely clear, but the CPU I imagine would be powerful to run Dolphin (most games) same with PS2 emulation on the go Is the SLI enforced on all programs or can it be set to only use one GPU? Should I end up getting this? I doubt the cooler I have now will make any positive impact on temp reduction. Again, I don't expect to do super intensive gaming, mostly emulators and games that aren't super recent (well, maybe from 2011-2012). The only major concern is reaching 100 Celsius since it has two GPUs and a Haswell Core i7 CPU. My question is, should I sell my current machine and get this or a similarly priced powerful laptop? If so, maybe I'll make a thread in the WTS section If not that, one of those Clevo laptops on Xoticpc.com perhaps? The SAGER NP4650 looks pretty sick http://www.xoticpc.com/sager-np4650-clevo-w650sh-p-5997.html What say you?