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HP Omen Laptop: Intel Core i7-9750H, 15.6" 1080p 144Hz IPS, 16GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, GTX 1660 Ti, Win 10 + Omen Headset & Mouse Bundle (15-dc1088wm) $999.99
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Looks like the best price I have seen for a laptop with a GTX 1660 TI from a reputable seller plus has the free headphones and mouse. Thanks for posting.
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I wish it was 512gb ssd instead of those accessories. Looks like a solid deal.
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I wish it was 512gb ssd instead of those accessories. Looks like a solid deal.
If this was 512gb I'd buy this
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is the SSD upgradable/replacable?

looks great, plus it has a thunderbolt 3 port for eGPU
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is the SSD upgradable/replacable?

looks great, plus it has a thunderbolt 3 port for eGPU
Not an expert, but I've heard it said eGPU isn't comparable to having the actual card installed in the PC...

And as for SSD - check this https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/co...5-dc1088wm
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Not an expert, but I've heard it said eGPU isn't comparable to having the actual card installed in the PC...

And as for SSD - check this https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/co...5-dc1088wm [crucial.com]
i use an EGPU (1080GTX) on my current NUC pc. works fine. slight performance hit.

cool about SSD. might pick it up.
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Not an expert, but I've heard it said eGPU isn't comparable to having the actual card installed in the PC...

And as for SSD - check this https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/co...5-dc1088wm
It's not, the biggest waste of money and overhyped port/usage. You'd need a 2080 to get around the performance of this 1660ti and that's to an external monitor.
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It's not, the biggest waste of money and overhyped port/usage. You'd need a 2080 to get around the performance of this 1660ti and that's to an external monitor.
i have a 1080 installed in an EGPU. works great. plays 140+fps at high settings with 1440p res Overwatch.
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i have a 1080 installed in an EGPU. works great. plays 140+fps at high settings with 1440p res Overwatch.
Damn. That's some serious graphically intensive game, Overwatch 😋
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I have one of the mid 2018 models of this laptop with the 1060 6gb. They are actually pretty impressive for the price. My only complaint is the picture quality could be a little better on the screen (wish I'd gotten the 144hz one). Otherwise it's been great with no issues.
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How's this compared to the Evoo 1660Ti a couple weeks ago
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How's this compared to the Evoo 1660Ti a couple weeks ago
Literally exactly the same aside from the EVOO having a 512gb ssd. The Omen has a 70watt he battery but no Optimus so battery is around 4hr standard usage while the EVOO gets around 2.5-3hrs with Optimus.
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