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HP Omen 17t Laptop: i9-9880H, 17.3" 144Hz, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, RTX 2080 EXPIRED

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HP.com has HP Omen 17t Laptop for $1669.49 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks TwinPrime

Steps
  1. Click here then click Customize & buy
  2. Under Processor and graphics select Intel Core i9 9880H (2.3 GHz, up to 4.8 GHz, 16 MB cache, 8 cores)+NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 with G-SYNC (8 GB) [+$700]
  3. Under Display select 17.3" diagonal FHD 144 Hz IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080) [+$100]
  4. Under Storage select 512 GB Intel SSD + 32 GB Intel Optane™ memory [+$0]
  5. Under Networking select Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX 200 (2x2) and Bluetooth 5 Combo (Gigabit file transfer speeds) [+$5]
  6. Add to cart
  7. Apply coupon code HOLIDAYPC10
  8. Total should now be $1669.49 + free shipping
Specs
  • Intel Core i9-9880H Processor
  • 17.3" 1920x1080 144Hz IPS Display
  • 16GB DDR4 2666 Memory
  • 512GB Intel SSD + 32GB Intel Optane Memory
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB Graphics w/ G-SYNC
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 2
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
    • 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 4-Cell 70Wh Battery
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
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Awesome config for the price - use coupon code HOLIDAYPC10:

https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/om...en-17-shop

Lots of options to customize. There is also a bios mod to allow additional power to the GPU:

http://forum.notebookreview.com/t...0w.830760/

Omen Laptop - 17t
No DVD or CD Drive
512 GB Intel® SSD + 32 GB Intel® Optane™ memory
Full-size island-style dragon red legend 1-zone lighting red backlit keyboard with numeric keypad and 26-Key Rollover
Security Software Trial
16 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM (2 x 8 GB)
Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX 200 (2x2) and Bluetooth® 5 Combo (Gigabit file transfer speeds)
OMEN by HP 17 Laptop PC
Office Software Trial
Windows 10 Home 64 ADV
HP Wide Vision HD Camera with integrated dual array digital microphone fTDB
4-cell, 70 Wh Li-ion polymer
17.3" diagonal FHD 144 Hz IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080)
Intel® Core™ i9 9880H (2.3 GHz, up to 4.8 GHz, 16 MB cache, 8 cores)+NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2080 with G-SYNC® (8 GB)

https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/om...Slickdeals
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At least 95% of laptops with this specs will have bad thermals.
yeah, that's why I am really hoping the new AMD laptop chips put Intel to rest. My I7-4900 (sorry old and I have said it over and over..) runs cool and very fast. These new chips just can't seem to compete to older gens.

Ignoring the other laptops, the newest Lenovo P73 had hope, but boy it ran hot and throttled; however, that said, according to that forum post the RTX4000 beat this 17T in Time Spy. And, it only had the i7-9850 or whatever chip it was. Sorry, not near the exact specs at the moments.

I know that the RTX 3000/4000/5000 (maxq mind you..) are newer, but it seems wrong that a 4000 series maxq beats a 2080 non-maxq? I guess that system was also a little over 3K vs 1669, but it included a 1TB nvme, 64GB of ram, Iris, Fingerprint, and a 4K screen as week --- minus 2 cores and 4.5 vs 4.8 though as well.

Granted, the forum poster only made reference to a single benchmark, so I only have that to compare to, but the 4000 saw scores of 24,000 something.
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You can also check out with PayPal for the Chase Freedom 5% back. I chose to use my costco citi card for the 2 year extended warranty though. Also score another $140 cash back....
Wait Costco card still gives 2 year warranty on things outside of Costco?? I didn't know -_- thanks!
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Getting 'access denied' in the cart multiple times after adding it, still like that after clearing browser cache and launch in private mode.

While I've never heard much positive experiences about HP's reliability/quality, not being able to maintain the store website properly is really an eye-opener and an omen on the potential quality of the laptop itself.
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Getting 'access denied' in the cart multiple times after adding it, still like that after clearing browser cache and launch in private mode.

While I've never heard much positive experiences about HP's reliability/quality, not being able to maintain the store website properly is really an eye-opener and an omen on the potential quality of the laptop itself.
I love it. lol.

I have used a lot of enterprise class HP laptops and they work very well, but I have never personally had great experiences with the consumer market.

This seems like a pretty good deal though for just over 2K for the 4K monitor and 3 year accidental. I'm sure most will be fine with the 1080 monitor, but I am really getting used to 4k on the Dell inspiron 7559 / gtx 960m (pretty pathetic)
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Getting 'access denied' in the cart multiple times after adding it, still like that after clearing browser cache and launch in private mode.

While I've never heard much positive experiences about HP's reliability/quality, not being able to maintain the store website properly is really an eye-opener and an omen on the potential quality of the laptop itself.
no laptop for you....
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Why are 2060 and 2080 laptops so much slower than Dekstop equivalents? I'm not even talking about Max q. Just regular ones. Laptops are just slower.

My AMD FX 4350 desktop honestly is snappier than my i7-8650 laptop in opening and closing files, folders, chrome and other software. Maybe not rendering or applying Photoshop stuff.
The things you describe have zero to do with the GPU, or if they're max-q. Please facepalm yourself a few times
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yeah, that's why I am really hoping the new AMD laptop chips put Intel to rest. My I7-4900 (sorry old and I have said it over and over..) runs cool and very fast. These new chips just can't seem to compete to older gens.

Ignoring the other laptops, the newest Lenovo P73 had hope, but boy it ran hot and throttled; however, that said, according to that forum post the RTX4000 beat this 17T in Time Spy. And, it only had the i7-9850 or whatever chip it was. Sorry, not near the exact specs at the moments.

I know that the RTX 3000/4000/5000 (maxq mind you..) are newer, but it seems wrong that a 4000 series maxq beats a 2080 non-maxq? I guess that system was also a little over 3K vs 1669, but it included a 1TB nvme, 64GB of ram, Iris, Fingerprint, and a 4K screen as week --- minus 2 cores and 4.5 vs 4.8 though as well.

Granted, the forum poster only made reference to a single benchmark, so I only have that to compare to, but the 4000 saw scores of 24,000 something.
It really depends on the power limits for the GPU and if the application can take advantage of the quadro drivers/architecture. Here is a link for comparisons:

https://www.notebookcheck.net/NVI...166.0.html
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It really depends on the power limits for the GPU and if the application can take advantage of the quadro drivers/architecture. Here is a link for comparisons:

https://www.notebookcheck.net/NVI...166.0.html

I'm not sure if I stated it properly, but the RTX 4000 was considerably more powerful than the forum posting / users benchmarks for this laptop with the 2080 non maxq. Same benchmark tool and at 1080 and with potential throttling since I know the P73 ran super hot compared to the RTX5000 (same model).
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I haven't bought a PC since like 2007. Is it still more cost effective to buy separate parts and build one yourself? edit: sorry didn't even realize this was a laptop. seems like some great hardware for the price
It can be. If you snag all the best slickdeals, you can outpace a prebuilt for sure. But some of the killer desktop deals that have show up over the last week are pretty tough to beat unless you snag stellar deals on every equivalent part. This also depends on whether you buy a full-price WIndows 10 license or go the route a lot of follks post on here about 5-10 dollar win10 keys. Not all pre-built deals on here have had OS included, but many/most do.

One great thing about building your own that doesn't match up, though, is that generally you'll get very long warranties on most of your individual parts, (3, 5, even 10 years sometimes) versus the 1 year you get without additional fees on prebuilts.
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Thanks OP! I've been eyeing the 17t since the 2018 model. The performance per $ at non Max-Q specs is fantastic.

And repasting and undervolting seems to do the job with this guy. Not expecting desktop level performance, but I love having a small footprint in the office!
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How easy is to return it? Is it free to ship it back?
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How easy is to return it? Is it free to ship it back?
That is a really fair question.. as I watch this. The Lenovo P73 did not live up to my expectations, but it was also an engineering and support defect in that there may have been a solution. There was just no guarantees so I returned it without spending an additional $200 support costs.

If these do not perform is there a restocking feed. Also, does repasting void the warranty?

No sense in getting a 3 year warranty if we need to re-paste (no big deal) out of the factory, but it is consider an unsupported mod. I've broken down my Alienware every year and had it replaced many times (including factory depot) and they never cared about me re-pasting it.
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Wait Costco card still gives 2 year warranty on things outside of Costco?? I didn't know -_- thanks!
So how does Citi extended warranty work for things like laptop and not in connection to MFR warranty ? Do you get a full refund back ?
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So how does Citi extended warranty work for things like laptop and not in connection to MFR warranty ? Do you get a full refund back ?
Citi will NOT warranty such things that are subject to wear and tear. For instance, I had a laptop hinge that broke and citi told me that is not subject to their warranty policy due to the normal wear and tear. On the other hand, I had a Vizio TV that started to randomly shut off on itself. I had to get a local shop to write me up a repair invoice, and citi cut me a check for that repair from the invoice.
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Power/thermal limits. The desktop versions of these cards use much more power.
Perfect answer. I assume the same goes for CPU and Memory.

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The things you describe have zero to do with the GPU, or if they're max-q. Please facepalm yourself a few times
Wakeup, get your head out of the cloud, and learn a bit so you don't make a fool out of yourself https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ1XzNqo4Ec

That video is just showing 2060 Desktop is 20% faster than the 2060 Laptop (2070 Max Q is even worse about 33% slower). The issue persists on CPU and Memory as well. Laptops are simply not snappy, there is always that lag.
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