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[Microsoft] MAINGEAR ELEMENT MG-ELMT001-2070 Gaming Laptop; 15.6" / i7-9750H / 32GB RAM / 2TB SSD / 8GB RTX 2070 MAX Q [$1759+tax]

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[Microsoft] MAINGEAR ELEMENT MG-ELMT001-2070 Gaming Laptop; 15.6" / i7-9750H / 32GB RAM / 2TB SSD / 8GB RTX 2070 MAX Q [$1759+tax]

So I saw this deal on the Microsoft store.
It looks pretty good with the amount of ram and ssd you get in combination with a 8gb graphics card and an i7-9xxxx chip.

For less than $2k in ONT, $1759 x 1.13 (ON) = $1987.67 looks like you can get a laptop with:
  • BRAND: MAINGEAR
  • CPU: Intel Core i7-9750H 2.6GHz up to 4.5Ghz
  • RAM: 32 GB, DDR4 2666
  • SSD: 2TB
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q with 8GB dedicated graphics memory

Link:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/p/maing ... verviewtab
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Windsor
Branded laptops with FULL SIZE rtx 2070 and i7 10th gen were selling for this price or lesser last year. And this is a MAX Q that's barely better than a full size rtx 2060. Very cold deal to be honest. Yes you get a ton of ram and a big ssd but those aren't really a selling point.
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Richmond Hill
The cc equivalent is a few bills cheaper, I think
When given enough time, all threads on RFD can and will go off on a tangent.
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Mar 11, 2019
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Apperantly the GPU will thottle at 75C so thats a no for me. I tried a Asus with RTX2070 and it ran very hot and was loud. I doubt this would make any gamer happy unless hes playing Counterstrike or older games.
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Markham
3060 laptops are maybe $100 more?
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Nov 19, 2020
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I have this CPU chip i7-9750H. Stay away throttles hard reaches 100 degrees! Dell swapped out my heat sinks and was way better but if you can get anything but the 9750H you are doing yourself a favour.
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aeba7 wrote: The cc equivalent is a few bills cheaper, I think
1399 same laptop. Intel white label. This one jusr has more ram.

Not sure why no one caught onto the Canada computers version for 1399.. that js best bang for buck 2070
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Trenderson wrote: I have this CPU chip i7-9750H. Stay away throttles hard reaches 100 degrees! Dell swapped out my heat sinks and was way better but if you can get anything but the 9750H you are doing yourself a favour.
So you're saying it was the cooling solution's fault and you still blame the cpu? I mean, you may well be right but your reasoning is strange.

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