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I'm looking for a nice balanced (battery, display; for college use) laptop but with the number one priority still going to gaming performance.
If your number one priority is gaming, and you absolutely need to game on a laptop, you're probably going to have to sacrifice something, usually portability and heat generation. Also, it's of course going to cost you considerably more than a similarly equipped desktop machine. It's going to be hard/impossible to find a balanced machine that has very good gaming performance - good gaming chipsets are large and generate a lot of heat - and consequently suck battery life.