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Gigabyte AERO 15 Laptop: i7-11800H, 15.6" 4K OLED, RTX 3060, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD EXPIRED

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Newegg has Gigabyte AERO 15 Laptop (AERO 15 OLED KD-72US623SP) on sale for $1249 after $100 Rebate when you follow instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  • Note: Must purchase by 08/31/2021 to be eligible for rebate.
Deal Instructions:
  1. Visit the page for the Gigabyte AERO 15 Laptop and add to your cart
  2. Your pre-Rebate total will be $1349 with free shipping.
  3. Submit the $100 Mail-In Rebate:
    1. Go to gigabyte.rebateaccess.com and enter the promotion number 92969
    2. Fill out and print the registration form for this promotion
    3. Cut out and enclose the ORIGINAL UPC code from the product packaging. An example of a UPC code can be found at the right of the rebate instructions
    4. Cut out and enclose the ORIGINAL serial number barcode from the product packaging
    5. Enclose a copy of the sales receipt dated between 08/01/2021 and 08/31/2021 indicating your qualifying purchase
    6. Mail all of these items to the address noted on the registration form. Submission must be postmarked no later than 09/30/2021 in order to qualify
    7. Please allow 8-10 weeks for processing of submission
Specs:
  • 15.6" 3840x2160 4K UHD Samsung AMOLED Display
    • VESA Display HDR 400 True Black, 100% DCI-P3
  • Intel i7-11800H 2.3GHz 8-Core / 16-Thread 11th Gen Processor
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Max-Q 6GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz Memory
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • Intel AX200 Wireless + Bluetooth 5.2
  • GIGABYTE Fusion RGB Per-Key Backlit Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Pro
  • Ports:
    • 3x USB 3.2 Gen1 (Type-A)
    • 1x Thunderbolt 4 (Type-C)
    • 1x HDMI 2.1
    • 1x mini DP 1.4
    • 1x 3.5mm Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack
    • 1x UHS-II SD Card Reader
  • 99Wh Li Polymer Battery
  • ~4.4 lbs

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    • This price beats our previous FP Deal for this laptop by $150.
    • Limit one rebate card per person, address, and household.
    • The Prepaid Card will expire 6 months from the issuance date
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Newegg [newegg.com] has GIGABYTE AERO 15 OLED KD 15.6" UHD 4K AMOLED, i7 -11800H, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, 6GB GDDR6, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD Gaming Laptop on sale for $1249 after code and rebate.

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I might be minority here, but when gaming laptop like this shows up, battery life is merely means I can walk to next outlets without turn off my laptop. When on battery those laptop throttle hell out of it, you can't expect any gaming/productivity from battery usage
Lmao. Check the benchmarks in Adobe CS and a bunch of professional workloads Intel still leads even though AMD chips have the raw power.

Numbers aren't everything. Driver and developer support still count
AMD 5800H has a clear lead in productivity and has a significant advantage in power consumption to almost twice more power efficient than the intel 11800H counterpart. The efficiency translates to longer battery life and of course cooler operation, Cooler operation translates to quieter operation since fans won't need to spin that much. Cooler also gives laptop Longevity.

It's AMD's time and there's almost zero argument other than the on par Single core performance. Other than that, AMD just demolishes Intel in almost every Productivity test.

Don't get me wrong, I used to say the opposite ~5 years ago when Intel was clearly on the lead.

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Thanks for this! Cheaper than the best buy deal for me by ~$130 after cb and taxes. the 500GB difference will be about $50.
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Creator Laptop with Intel???
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Creator Laptop with Intel???
Some would consider this to be... unnatural..
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Creator Laptop with Intel???
Lmao. Check the benchmarks in Adobe CS and a bunch of professional workloads Intel still leads even though AMD chips have the raw power.

Numbers aren't everything. Driver and developer support still count
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Creator Laptop with Intel???
SD would be a pretty diminished site if the answer is always AMD.
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Any serious thoughts on this laptop? I'm really considering pulling the trigger here. I use Photoshop and Lightroom, with occasional League & Diablo when I'm really bored.
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Creator Laptop with Intel???
I'm a huge AMD fan since the 90s but the current crop
11800h is pretty much on par with the Ryzen 7 5800h so it's actually a good creator choice despite what others think. It may not be as power efficient performance per watt but raw power is there and competitive.
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Lmao. Check the benchmarks in Adobe CS and a bunch of professional workloads Intel still leads even though AMD chips have the raw power.

Numbers aren't everything. Driver and developer support still count
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I'm a huge AMD fan since the 90s but the current crop
11800h is pretty much on par with the Ryzen 7 5800h so it's actually a good creator choice despite what others think. It may not be as power efficient performance per watt but raw power is there and competitive.

AMD 5800H has a clear lead in productivity and has a significant advantage in power consumption to almost twice more power efficient than the intel 11800H counterpart. The efficiency translates to longer battery life and of course cooler operation, Cooler operation translates to quieter operation since fans won't need to spin that much. Cooler also gives laptop Longevity.

It's AMD's time and there's almost zero argument other than the on par Single core performance. Other than that, AMD just demolishes Intel in almost every Productivity test.

Don't get me wrong, I used to say the opposite ~5 years ago when Intel was clearly on the lead.
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AMD 5800H has a clear lead in productivity and has a significant advantage in power consumption to almost twice more power efficient than the intel 11800H counterpart. The efficiency translates to longer battery life and of course cooler operation, Cooler operation translates to quieter operation since fans won't need to spin that much. Cooler also gives laptop Longevity.

It's AMD's time and there's almost zero argument other than the on par Single core performance. Other than that, AMD just demolishes Intel in almost every Productivity test.

Don't get me wrong, I used to say the opposite ~5 years ago when Intel was clearly on the lead.
Those are important advantages but if you are going to be exploring the full performance, which apparently everyone on here does all the time, battery life is kinda moot because you are going to be plugged in.
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Quote from kherbinoskie :
AMD 5800H has a clear lead in productivity and has a significant advantage in power consumption to almost twice more power efficient than the intel 11800H counterpart. The efficiency translates to longer battery life and of course cooler operation, Cooler operation translates to quieter operation since fans won't need to spin that much. Cooler also gives laptop Longevity.

It's AMD's time and there's almost zero argument other than the on par Single core performance. Other than that, AMD just demolishes Intel in almost every Productivity test.

Don't get me wrong, I used to say the opposite ~5 years ago when Intel was clearly on the lead.
I might be minority here, but when gaming laptop like this shows up, battery life is merely means I can walk to next outlets without turn off my laptop. When on battery those laptop throttle hell out of it, you can't expect any gaming/productivity from battery usage
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Funny how people will automatically assume intel is crap now, just as how people automatically assumed the same of amd before ryzen 5000. Have had this laptop to test for a while from the best buy deal. Only did a few benchmarks, but the cpu-z single thread beats the 5800h, and is the same in multi. In dolphin emulator benchmark, it actually beat my desktop 5600x by a wide margin. Perhaps that is just due to favorable calculations to intel cpus. If you see some youtube vids, the 11800h usually beats the 5800h in game fps by a small amt.

In terms of power draw, I haven't really seen the cpu go over 50watts in cpu benchmarks. This whole thing about it shooting up to 80watts and 109w pl2 dont show up in actual use to me. The ryzen may get more time in battery, but these are power hungry laptops anyway. An extra hr or 2 for web surfing may be important to some. You also lose out on thunderbolt 4 with amd. Some would prefer intel quicksync over amds igpu offerings. I rather have a mux option, something that most amd gaming laptops have. My biggest gripe of this laptop is being forced to use optimus.
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Some would prefer intel quicksync over amds igpu offerings.
That's a bit of a moot point when you have nvenc from the GPU. Both AMD's method and quicksync are terrible quality in comparison, where nvenc's results can rival software encoding.
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