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HP Pavillion Laptop: i5-10300H, 16.1" 144Hz, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, GTX 1660 Ti EXPIRED

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Best Buy via eBay has HP Pavillion 16.1" Laptop (16-a0032dx) for $749.99 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks delz4stelz

Best Buy also has HP Pavillion 16.1" Laptop (16-a0032dx) for $749.99. Shipping is free, otherwise curbside pickup is available where stock permits.

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  • Intel Core i5-10300H 2.5GHz Processor
  • 16.1" 1920x1080 144Hz IPS Display
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory
  • 256GB SSD + 32GB Optane
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 8GB Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.0 Type-A
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
    • 1x HDMI
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Wi-Fi 5 (2x2) & Bluetooth 5.0
  • Windows 10 Home
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HP Pavillion Gaming Laptop: 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10300H 4-Core, 16.1" 1080p 144Hz IPS, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD + 32GB Optane, GTX 1660 Ti 6GB, Type-C, Backlit Keyboard, 3-Cell,
Win 10 (Shadow Black) $749.99
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-p...Id=6409145

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Will a better deal come on Black Friday? Cause this seems pretty good to me
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Seems like a nice deal, 2-3 years ago I picked up a dell with an i5, 256gb SSD and a 1050ti also only a 60 hz 1080p screen for like $699.

This seems like a nice upgrade all around, I do pretty light PC gaming as is
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Quite a bargain. The 1660 TI, if it is indeed a MaxQ model, is a tiny bit disappointing, but the other specs are solid for a $750 gaming laptop.

The i5 isn't dealbreaking like some are saying here. It will work within 5% of the framerates of a 4800H in just about any game. The important part here is the GPU. For this price range, you'd be limited to something like a 1650 or 1650 TI. If your real target is cinebench and other CPU heavy tasks however, you'd want to step up to a Ryzen 4000 series CPU or i7 10th gen if you can only do Intel.

The screen looks solid as well, specced at 144hz and 300 nits brightness.

The battery life is listed as 10.5 hours, which if correct is quite stellar for a gaming laptop.

The size is up to personal preference. 16" is not quite as bulky at 17" and some may appreciate the extra space. The laptop also weighs 5.1 pounds, so it's not lightweight, but not excessive. I expect the power brick will probably add a couple more pounds too.

As for looks, it might blend into an office environment fairly well. Nothing too offensive, which I see as a huge plus.

Overall, a solid deal for the price.
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1660Ti has 6gb of ram - this is a pretty good deal. My son was looking for a 17" laptop but this could be close enough!
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Can find other deals with the same specs for around the same price - but rarely with as good of a screen. 300 nits + 144hz sold it for me! We'll see how that optane works, and I'll probably grab 16gb of ram down the road. I only play simpler games, but have been wanting a discrete GPU for Sims 4, cities skylines and a few other non-AAA titles.

Thanks OP!
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Just FYI, there is an "Open-Box Excellent - Certified" (the highest tier from Best Buy aside from being brand new) option for $696.99 if you're looking to save another $50. I believe this model just came out, which makes this an even better choice.
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You're welcome! Now I'm struggling with keeping my ASUS G14 (so nice) or return for this (much cheaper)! Ugh!
In my experience, ASUS have better build quality and last longer than HP.
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Honestly a decent deal unless you can manage to get the Walmart HP Omen deal.
why is the omen deal better?
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Good for Cyberpunk 2077?
Hard to say when the game won't even be out until November at the soonest. CDPR hasn't released minimum or recommended specs.

This laptop should play it okay, but almost surely not maxed out and definitely without Ray Tracing since this isn't an RTX card.
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In my experience, ASUS have better build quality and last longer than HP.
That's completely dependent on which line either comes from. Asus and HP both make good laptops, and neither will have good quality if you buy one for under $500. There are exceptions in the $800+ range however Take for instance the Asus TUF A15. It's a piece of crap with terrible thermals.

Their higher end equipment like the Zenbook and ROG line are generally high quality, but they compete with HP's Omen, Elite and Spectre lines which often are high quality. I've been in IT for 15 years and have managed thousands of HP laptops and desktops. I see no higher failure rates than any other major manufacturer.

Expect this HP Pavilion model to have good mid level build quality. HP's laptops are fine as long as you don't scrape the bottom of the barrel. Down there, everyone's laptops are junk.
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Just FYI, there is an "Open-Box Excellent - Certified" (the highest tier from Best Buy aside from being brand new) option for $696.99 if you're looking to save another $50. I believe this model just came out, which makes this an even better choice.
They seem to be adding open box ones periodically, one by one. I missed out on one around 2pm but was able to snag a different open box about 2 hours later.
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How is this not FP?
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Hard to say when the game won't even be out until November at the soonest. CDPR hasn't released minimum or recommended specs.

This laptop should play it okay, but almost surely not maxed out and definitely without Ray Tracing since this isn't an RTX card.
Fantastic deal on a well specced laptop, especially for heavy general use with light gaming.
Btw I believe that the newest Nvidia drivers allow ray tracing on the 1660 Ti
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Noob question....Is this laptop good for someone who wants to learn how to code (yeah, right mostly just going to watch youtube vids and light gaming, lol? In general are you just looking for an i5 or i7?

My budget is $700-$1100. I haven't had a modern desktop/laptop for almost 5-10 years. I'm just looking for the best bang for my buck. I guess my interests are general use, light gaming, and learning how to code.


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Is the display gonna be one of that cheap washed out looking ones?
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