EVGA's SC17 1070 gaming laptop now includes G-Sync

The EVGA SC17 1070, now with G-Sync. (Source: EVGA)
The EVGA SC17 1070, now with G-Sync. (Source: EVGA)
EVGA adds a new SC17 1070 model with Nvidia G-Sync to its laptop family. The laptop's other specs are unchanged.

A few months ago, EVGA introduced a refreshed version of its SC17 gaming laptop featuring GTX 1070 graphics and a 4K display, appropriately named the SC17 1070. Now, a new model that incorporates Nvidia's G-Sync technology is available.

Aside from G-Sync, both EVGA SC17 1070 laptops share the same hardware specs. A 17.3-inch display with a 3840x2160 resolution, an Intel Core i7-6820HK with an unlocked multiplier, a mobile GeForce GTX 1070 with 8 GB of GDDR5 VRAM, 32 GB of DDR4-2666 RAM, a 256 GB M.2 NVMe SSD and a 1 TB HDD—it's all the same. Both laptops even share identical designs. 

The EVGA SC17 1070 with G-Sync is available for $2,799, but a limited-time rebate lowers the price to $2,550. The lower price is only visible once the laptop is added to the shopping cart. A 2-per-household limit is set for this model. The non-G-Sync model has no such limit, and it costs the same but receives a bigger rebate that lowers its price to $2,400. A promotional offer adds extra value—buyers are entitled to two free games, including either Ghost Recon: Wildlands or For Honor.


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John Garcia, 2017-03-17 (Update: 2017-03-17)
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