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17" Lenovo Legion Y740 Gaming Laptop w/ RTX 2080 Max Q + i7-9750H + 144 Hz G-SYNC + 1TB SSD + FS - $1889.99 ($1789.19 CEPP)

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$1,889.99 ($1789.19 if you have Lenovo CEPP* corporate discount, similar possible with Student/Military) *I have CEPP through my employer, please share ID.ME [lenovo.com] pricing if you have access. Please

Laptop Review and comparison with Asus ROG Zephyrus and Razor Blade: https://www.digitaltrends.com/lap...40-review/

Processor: Intel Core i7-9750H (2.60GHz, up to 4.50GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 Core, 12MB Cache)
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64
Display Type: 17.3" FHD (1920 x 1080) NVIDIA® G-SYNC, 144 Hz, 300 nits, software enabled Dolby Vision HDR
Memory: 16GB (8GB + 8GB) DDR4 2666MHz
Hard Drive: 1TB Solid State Drive PCIe
Warranty: 1 Year Depot or Carry-in
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 2080 with Max-Q 8 GB
Camera: 720p HD camera with microphone
Keyboard: Backlit RGB Keyboard - US English
Wireless: Killer Wireless 802.11 AC (2 x 2) + Bluetooth 4.1

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Gets beaten by mobile rtx 2070 11% in average benchmarks and 5% on average fps. Save your money.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/GeF...598.0.html

All MaxQs are ripoffs price to performance wise. Youre paying close to standard mobile price but getting ripped off on performance
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Gets beaten by mobile rtx 2070 11% in average benchmarks and 5% on average fps. Save your money.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/GeF...598.0.html

All MaxQs are ripoffs price to performance wise. Youre paying close to standard mobile price but getting ripped off on performance
Seems hit-or-miss on whether or not it's better after looking through. the benchmarks are probably skewed between the two different versions so I wonder if this version is the higher power or lower power card.
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Think a sweet spot would be getting a sale on the 15.6" version with the 2060 for wayyy cheaper.
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Ordered this with the RTX 2060 to save money and with the ID Me student discount and Lenovo coupon code it came to $1500.89 with tax. Great deal for these specs and build quality.
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Way too much for a maxQ
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Way too much for a maxQ
Gsync tax tho, that's what 100-150 usually? 😂
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Think a sweet spot would be getting a sale on the 15.6" version with the 2060 for wayyy cheaper.
1030ti is good
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No Max-Q please
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1030ti is good
I don't think that card ever existed.
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All the folks recommending 2060 over 2070/2080 MaxQ are right anything MaxQ have their clocks cut in half vs the real 2070s/2080s and combined with the thermal constraints of most laptops the 2070/2080s throttle down to the performance levels around the 2060. Essentially you are paying an extra $200-$400 for 2070/2080MQ laptops to get an extra 5-10% performance gain if you're lucky.
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I feel like MaxQ is used by Nvidia to sell cards that could otherwise not be binned as their true SKU. But work fine when the clock rate cut in half.
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I own this model with the 8750H. This is a unique Max-Q variant because when max fans are activated it can pull 90-95W versus the standard 80W power draw for that 2080mQ. Thermals are INSANELY good. I got mine for 1560 and I love it. I scored just over 21k on fire strike for graphics score with it.
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Seems hit-or-miss on whether or not it's better after looking through. the benchmarks are probably skewed between the two different versions so I wonder if this version is the higher power or lower power card.
Remember when 5% was an overclock and not a product upgrade?
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