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Lenovo Y540 (15") Gaming Laptop with Nvidia RTX 2060 - $ 1018 + tax

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Dec 5, 2009
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i'm pretty sure they adjusted, because now the same setup turns out to be 1350.99
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SAVE30 still works just fine on all builds from here (same prices as quoted earlier).
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Elrondolio wrote: They don't verify company info so you can use anything you'd like, such as "Umlowcn Ltd", etc
Thanks so much!

I'm being redirected to the Lenovo EPP website asking for Lenovo serial number and Last Name after I sign in the Lenovo SMB Pro login page.

Quick Edit: Deal may be dead. Coupon SAVE30 is expired.
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Mar 20, 2005
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SAVE30 just worked for me - I had to type it in CAPS though...

Thanks OP!
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Oct 19, 2006
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I can confirm it uses another code (BFCM18) for the 1660ti prebuilt model 81SX000LUS $300 price drop (3pm ET). Therefore SAVE30 cannot be stacked with it.
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Enviro wrote: I can confirm it uses another code (BFCM18) for the 1660ti prebuilt model 81SX000LUS $300 price drop (3pm ET). Therefore SAVE30 cannot be stacked with it.
SAVE30 replaces the existing codes, not stacks with them. Does it not replace with the pre-built?
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Nov 18, 2011
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Elrondolio wrote: SAVE30 replaces the existing codes, not stacks with them. Does it not replace with the pre-built?
How much is the quality of 740 better than 540? I have the 17 inch of the y540 from the price error and I'm not impressed with the build quality (even though it's quite decent).
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hansdoreen wrote: How much is the quality of 740 better than 540? I have the 17 inch of the y540 from the price error and I'm not impressed with the build quality (even though it's quite decent).
Much better from what I've seen/read. Uses aluminum vs plastic, and the cooling is better.
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Dpack22 wrote: Much better from what I've seen/read. Uses aluminum vs plastic, and the cooling is better.
Thanks! Other than the chassis, are there any different in quality like mobo, ram and other components used?
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hansdoreen wrote: Thanks! Other than the chassis, are there any different in quality like mobo, ram and other components used?
I mean the guts are the same. The Y740 has G-Sync and if you get the 15" version you can get a 500nit screen

Specs wise it's going to be identical.
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hansdoreen wrote: Thanks! Other than the chassis, are there any different in quality like mobo, ram and other components used?
As already posted yes, the screen is much better. 500 nits vs 300 nits with HDR and Dolby Vision and G-Sync support. Its colour gamut is higher a well. Chassis is much nicer and more sturdy, cooling is much improved. Has per-key RGB. Thunderbolt 3 is added. Other internals are the same (cpu, gpu, ram, etc).
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Elrondolio wrote: As already posted yes, the screen is much better. 500 nits vs 300 nits with HDR and Dolby Vision and G-Sync support. Its colour gamut is higher a well. Chassis is much nicer and more sturdy, cooling is much improved. Other internals are the same (cpu, gpu, ram, etc).
Awesome! Thanks!
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Oct 19, 2006
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I had to settle but picked this up plus the 9% Rakuten cash back = $1259.

Item:
Lenovo Legion Y540-15IRH

Price:
$1,225.00
Part No: 81SXCTO1WW

Configuration Details
● Intel Core i7-9750H (2.60GHz, up to 4.50GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 cores, 12MB Cache)
● Windows 10 Home 64
● Windows 10 Home 64 English
● None
● 8GB DDR4 2666MHz
● 1TB Hard Disk Drive, 7200rpm
● 256GB Solid State Drive, M.2, PCIe-NVMe
● 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) 300 nits, IPS, anti-glare, 144Hz
● NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB
● Black
● Backlit Keyboard - US English
● 720p HD camera with microphone
● Texture Painting
● HM370
● PC/ABS
● 3 Cell Li-Polymer, 57Wh
● 230W AC Adapter (3pin)-US
● 802.11 AC (2 x 2) & Bluetooth® 4.1
● Publication-English
● 1 Year Depot or Carry-in

Item:
1Y Legion Ultimate Support with Onsite
Part No: 5WS0V17082
Price:
$0.01


Sub total: $1,225.00
HST : $159.25
CouponSaved: $525.00 (SAVE30)
Shipping Fees: FREE
Total: $1,384.25
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Aug 26, 2019
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rolo512 wrote: i'm pretty sure they adjusted, because now the same setup turns out to be 1350.99
just ordered, mine came to 1296$-9% rakuten, (the 9% discount gets sent as a cheque to you later) = 1178+ tax
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May 9, 2006
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Elrondolio wrote: The y740 configured near the same as above with i7 and 2060 (no Win Pro or HDD) would run: $1,564.49 - $140.80 Rakuten = $1,423.69 + tax, a premium of $245.25 above the y540. For that extra you're getting a better screen, per-key RGB keyboard and much better build quality.

I've never physically used the y540 before but I have used the y740. It's has a very nice build and feels more solid and premium compared to some of my other more plastic gaming laptops (I'm partial to Eurocom/Sabre and currently own one as my main gaming laptop with an i7, 2070 and 144Hz display). The 500 nits HDR/DV display is a big upgrade over the y540's somewhat dim 300 nits display. If I were to step up to the y740, I'd configure it the same way with an i7 and 2070 8GB as well as its 144Hz G-Sync display to future proof it as much as possible. Using the SAVE30 that'd run $1,770.99 - $159.40 Rakuten = $1,611.59 + tax.. A very good deal for a near top of the spec gaming laptop (user upgraded memory and NVMe SSD of course):

Processor : Intel Core i7-9750H (2.60GHz, up to 4.50GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 Cores, 12MB Cache)
Operating System : Windows 10 Home 64
Preload Language : Windows 10 Home 64 English
Microsoft Office : None
Total Memory : 8GB DDR4 2666MHz
Second Hard Drive : 256GB Solid State Drive, M.2, PCIe-NVMe
Display : 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) NVIDIA® G-SYNC, 144 Hz, 500 nits, software enabled Dolby Vision HDR400
Graphic Card : NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 2070 with Max-Q 8 GB
Color : Black
Surface Treatment : Anodizing
Camera : 720p HD camera with microphone
Keyboard : Backlit RGB Keyboard - US English
Chipset : HM370
Fingerprint : No Fingerprint Reader
Palmrest : Metal
Battery : 3 Cell Li-Polymer, 57Wh
Power Adapter : 230W AC Adapter
WiFi Wireless LAN Adapters : Killer Wireless 802.11AC (2 x 2) & Bluetooth 4.1
Language Pack : Publication-English
Warranty : 1 Year Depot or Carry-in
Thanks. There is doorbuster prebuilt for $1,889.99. The only difference is 16GB RAM and 1TB HDD. Is it for $110 more? Even I go and buy one 8GB RAM it will be around $40.
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May 20, 2019
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Enviro wrote: I had to settle but picked this up plus the 9% Rakuten cash back = $1259.

Item:
Lenovo Legion Y540-15IRH

Price:
$1,225.00
Part No: 81SXCTO1WW

Configuration Details
● Intel Core i7-9750H (2.60GHz, up to 4.50GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 cores, 12MB Cache)
● Windows 10 Home 64
● Windows 10 Home 64 English
● None
● 8GB DDR4 2666MHz
● 1TB Hard Disk Drive, 7200rpm
● 256GB Solid State Drive, M.2, PCIe-NVMe
● 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) 300 nits, IPS, anti-glare, 144Hz
● NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB
● Black
● Backlit Keyboard - US English
● 720p HD camera with microphone
● Texture Painting
● HM370
● PC/ABS
● 3 Cell Li-Polymer, 57Wh
● 230W AC Adapter (3pin)-US
● 802.11 AC (2 x 2) & Bluetooth® 4.1
● Publication-English
● 1 Year Depot or Carry-in

Item:
1Y Legion Ultimate Support with Onsite
Part No: 5WS0V17082
Price:
$0.01


Sub total: $1,225.00
HST : $159.25
CouponSaved: $525.00 (SAVE30)
Shipping Fees: FREE
Total: $1,384.25

I bought the Lenovo, Y540, 15 81SY00D4US when it was on sale for $899.99. After buying protection and office, cost was just around $1200.
Is this a much better option? Should i return it and try for this instead? I havent received it yet.
I mostly need it for work, but would love the option to play some minor games (sims 3 and sims 4)
I also hate the sound of laptop fans running constantly... Recommendations?
I havent had a laptop in years so I am very out of loop on what is best deal here.
Thank you
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
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Elrondolio wrote:
As already posted yes, the screen is much better. 500 nits vs 300 nits with HDR and Dolby Vision and G-Sync support. Its colour gamut is higher a well. Chassis is much nicer and more sturdy, cooling is much improved. Has per-key RGB. Thunderbolt 3 is added. Other internals are the same (cpu, gpu, ram, etc).
I don't really belong here since I'm looking at the 17" models, but even if the 17" did have 500 vs 300, I'm not sure any of that is worth the over $300 difference for the 17"
$200 and change? for a 15" maybe, but even then.... It'd be a close call.
Sr. Member
Oct 17, 2006
635 posts
381 upvotes
Toronto
I want to cancel my order and get the Y740 instead because of the better build quality mentioned above, but i can't get through to them, do you think its possible to cancel later tonight when they are less busy and order the Y740 now? Their order status/cancellation portal doesnt work either
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May 9, 2006
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statick wrote: I want to cancel my order and get the Y740 instead because of the better build quality mentioned above, but i can't get through to them, do you think its possible to cancel later tonight when they are less busy and order the Y740 now? Their order status/cancellation portal doesnt work either
Which Y740 configuration are you planning to get?

I think you still have time to cancel, I believe Lenovo do not ship the unit right away

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