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TRACER III EVO 15 100 (Mag 15) $899

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Back in stock, Its the same computer as the Eluktronics Mag 15 that goes for $1499.00.
I have had it for a week now, ask me any questions.

Upgrade the ram to 16 GB for $80, or add in your own 8 GB stick.
Upgrade to a 500 GB m2 for $50.

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Operating System: Windows 10 Home (64-bit Edition)
Dads and Grads Featured Promotions: None
Laptop: TRACER III EVO 15.6" Narrow Border (1920 x 1080) 16:9, 144Hz, LED Backlight, RGB Mechanical Keyboard, HDMI 2.0, Thunderbolt 3 [NB-409-101]
Laptop Color: TRACER III EVO 15.6" Magnesium Alloy Cover
CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i7-9750H 2.60GHz Turbo 4.5GHz 12MB Cache Processor (Coffee Lake)
Freebie of Processor: None
Motherboard: Intel® HM370 Chipset
RAM / System Memory: 8GB (8GBx1) DDR4/2666MHz SODIMM Memory (Performance Memory by Major Brands)
Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti 6GB GDDR (Turing) [VRReady] (INCLUDED)
Video Capture Card: None
M.2 SSD: 240GB WD Green Series M.2 SATA-III 6.0Gb/s SSD - Seq R/W: Up to 540/460 MB/s, Rnd R/W up to 37/68k (Single Drive)
External Storage: None
Internal Wireless Network Card: Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 Dual Band, 2x2 2.4GHz, 5Ghz (160Mhz) + BT5.0 (Included)
Sound: Build in Realtek ALC269Q

Config: http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/saved/1MD386

Main Link: https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/syst...EVO-15-100
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I think it's still better than most of the trash gaming laptops around. Eluktronics didn't make any discount since release. Good find. Upvoted.
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What are the opinions of CyberpowerPC branded laptop reliability vs MsI, Asus, etc.?
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I think it's still better than most of the trash gaming laptops around. Eluktronics didn't make any discount since release. Good find. Upvoted
The laptop is fantastic. This thing is incredibly light, great solid feel. The battery is a 94 Watt Hour, which is pretty much the max you can have on an airplane.
I dont think its going to be in stock for long, just remember to make sure the freebies are clicked, I think theres a free mouse and mouse pad along with the free games.
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What are the opinions of CyberpowerPC branded laptop reliability vs MsI, Asus, etc.?
So im not exactly sure, but this particular laptop is a Tong Fang / Intel designed laptop, called the Intel-TongFang QC7. Cybepower just resells them with its brand on them. I was able to download and install all the drivers and software from https://www.eluktronics.com/mag-15-drivers/ which I would suggest as they are the most up to date
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What are the opinions of CyberpowerPC branded laptop reliability vs MsI, Asus, etc.?
I had one made years ago and it's still running strong and playing new games.
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The Asus TUF A15 is a better deal imo. 2060 Max-P GPU, Ryzen 7 4800h, 1TB SSD, 16gb ram and a 90whr for $1200.

Once you increase the ram and storage on this one it becomes a meh deal and the 1660ti won't age as well as a 2060.
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This is an interesting deal. Also a 17" Tracer IV which is $1125 for the specs seems pretty good: https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/syst...Xtreme-150

The question is...this or wait for 4th of July sales...
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The Asus TUF A15 is a better deal imo. 2060 Max-P GPU, Ryzen 7 4800h, 1TB SSD, 16gb ram and a 90whr for $1200.

Once you increase the ram and storage on this one it becomes a meh deal and the 1660ti won't age as well as a 2060.
I was originally trying to get that one, but I could never find it in stock. I think the Acer is a good path if you are more desktop replacement oriented, but I really love the size and weight of this thing.
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Pretty good specs for the price. The thinkpad x1e2 I bought in December was 400 more but only has a 1650 max a. What is the weight and thickness on these?
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Pretty good specs for the price. The thinkpad x1e2 I bought in December was 400 more but only has a 1650 max a. What is the weight and thickness on these?
4.2 Pounds. This guy has a pretty thorough review:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7I9OuOmXZY
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I own this. Comes with a stupid decal/emblem of the CyberPower logo. Took a hairdryer to it, slid right off and now it's stealthy as hell.

AMA! I'm very impressed with this device. I got it at the same price point, just paid the extra $5 to upgrade to a 240GB NVMe then added my second drive and more RAM on my own, and repasted with Kryonaut.
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Not really a good deal considering what I've seen in the past. Nothing has beat Walmarts $1000 computer in power per dollar in my opinion.
Link plz to said computer
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What are the opinions of CyberpowerPC branded laptop reliability vs MsI, Asus, etc.?
TongFang mech 15 (-esque like this 1) seem to be quite reliable. Haven't seen any reports of major issues.
ASUS budget-tier lineups like the TUF are known to be very unreliable even if they feel solidly built on the outside.
MSI... well, I think we're all aware of their hinges by now.
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