P Omen 15-dc0022na i7-8750H 1Tb 256Gb SSD 16Gb 15.6" FHD GTX 1070 8Gb W10 Laptop - £1,299.99 @ XS Only
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P Omen 15-dc0022na i7-8750H 1Tb 256Gb SSD 16Gb 15.6" FHD GTX 1070 8Gb W10 Laptop - £1,299.99 @ XS Only

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Found 7th Jan
Key specifications
- Intel Core i7-8750H processor
- 16Gb ram, 1Tb + 256Gb SSD
- 15.6" 1920 x 1080 FHD screen, nVidia GeForce GTX 1070 8Gb
- Windows 10 Home

Manufacturer refurbished, excellent condition, possibly very minor cosmetic marks. 1 year HP warranty.

Seemed like a good deal to me with a gtx1070 card, not sure what the screen is like tho
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Refurbished
JimKasby2 m ago

Refurbished


It does say that in the description
Edited by: "GAMMO" 7th Jan
Thought it was a great deal until i saw refurbished
rhysd892 h, 6 m ago

Thought it was a great deal until i saw refurbished


What's the concern with refurbished if it has a warranty attached?
Your getting at £1600 Laptop with a high spec and 144hz screen at a good price imo
Just a word of warning I had this laptop and it regularly reached over 90 degrees when gaming. It wouldn't affect the gaming performance but longevity may be an issue. With the new RTX laptops announced yesterday these GTX 1000 series laptops may drop in price soon.
neelsn00735 m ago

Just a word of warning I had this laptop and it regularly reached over 90 …Just a word of warning I had this laptop and it regularly reached over 90 degrees when gaming. It wouldn't affect the gaming performance but longevity may be an issue. With the new RTX laptops announced yesterday these GTX 1000 series laptops may drop in price soon.


Over 90 doesn't seem right, did you update the bios? A few Omen users undervolt it a tad bit and drops the cpu temps
Yeah I had a -120mv stable undervolt and it still reached that high according to the hp software. Performance was good though. I returned it in the end. I did not set up a custom fan curve which may have helped. Weirdly the fans didn't ramp up until it got to 90+, then they kicked in hard until the temps dropped, but then the fans slowed down again
Edited by: "neelsn007" 8th Jan
neelsn0071 h, 44 m ago

Just a word of warning I had this laptop and it regularly reached over 90 …Just a word of warning I had this laptop and it regularly reached over 90 degrees when gaming. It wouldn't affect the gaming performance but longevity may be an issue. With the new RTX laptops announced yesterday these GTX 1000 series laptops may drop in price soon.


Anokhi1 h, 8 m ago

Over 90 doesn't seem right, did you update the bios? A few Omen users …Over 90 doesn't seem right, did you update the bios? A few Omen users undervolt it a tad bit and drops the cpu temps



I thought 90 was acceptable with modern laptop processors? During heavy usage my MacBook Pro would regularly hit 90-95c. This worried me at first but apparently it’s normal according to a myriad of people on forums.
leelukehope1 h, 32 m ago

I thought 90 was acceptable with modern laptop processors? During heavy …I thought 90 was acceptable with modern laptop processors? During heavy usage my MacBook Pro would regularly hit 90-95c. This worried me at first but apparently it’s normal according to a myriad of people on forums.


Around 90 on full load yeah, I've also read its normal. My laptop with a game running on max hits 85-90, but I guess where its a concern when it hits high 90s going close to a 100.
Is there any point in having a screen higher than a 120hz refresh rate on a screen so small?
I've got the gtx1060 and 8gb spec of this very laptop, paid £1124.10 from the hp store, I've not experienced any heat problems as of yet, and it gone between 90-95, that's without the fans at full whack 👌🏻
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