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Razer Blade Pro 17 i7-9750H 16GB 512GB SSD RTX 2060 17.3 Inch Full HD 144Hz Gaming Laptop + Free Razer Peripherals Bundle £1653.48 at Ebuyer
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Razer Blade Pro 17 i7-9750H 16GB 512GB SSD RTX 2060 17.3 Inch Full HD 144Hz Gaming Laptop + Free Razer Peripherals Bundle £1653.48 at Ebuyer

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Posted 27th Jan

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Just spotted this on Ebuyer's home page. Looks pretty amazing for what you get.

Razer Blade Pro 17
17" 144Hz FHD screen
I7-9750H
16GB RAM
512GB SSD
RTX 2060 6GB

Includes free RAZER Epic gaming Keyboard, mouse, headset and gaming surface.

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Also includes a free copy of Red Dead Redemption 2.

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Never buy Razer. Read some customer reviews and a common complaint is that their customer service is allegedly atrocious.
SimyJo27/01/2020 12:52

Never buy Razer. Read some customer reviews and a common complaint is …Never buy Razer. Read some customer reviews and a common complaint is that their customer service is allegedly atrocious.


Yeah but this laptop is a beast....
Monster!
Rather expensive for a 9750h and 2060. At this time anyone in the market is better waiting off for the upcoming Ryzen 4000 reviews first.
Edited by: "3anana" 27th Jan
Shame I've already got the headset, keyboard, mouse and red dead otherwise it say it's a good deal!
Edited by: "Stephen_Lawrance" 27th Jan
So expensive but I love the sleek design Razer do. I think I saw a Silver version reviewed recently and it recived positive reviews from the critics.
mark07727/01/2020 12:58

Yeah but this laptop is a beast....


I got the 4 kids one each.
Cold.... way too expensive for the spec
I'd rather save £650 and go for this
box.co.uk/NH.…tml
Dan_the_man2827/01/2020 18:00

I'd rather save £650 and go for …I'd rather save £650 and go for thishttps://www.box.co.uk/NH.Q54EK.014-Acer-Predator-Helios-300-PH315-52-58EG_2559354.html


They dont even compare. Thsts a 15.6" with i5-9300. It also has one review which is onky 2.5 stars.
mcdizzle27/01/2020 18:06

They dont even compare. Thsts a 15.6" with i5-9300. It also has one review …They dont even compare. Thsts a 15.6" with i5-9300. It also has one review which is onky 2.5 stars.


Ah sorry, you go and spend £650 more on the extra 1.7 inches and slightly faster i7 then if you want.
Edited by: "Dan_the_man28" 27th Jan
Dan_the_man2827/01/2020 18:00

I'd rather save £650 and go for …I'd rather save £650 and go for thishttps://www.box.co.uk/NH.Q54EK.014-Acer-Predator-Helios-300-PH315-52-58EG_2559354.html


I was thinking about getting this deal, seems pretty decent tbh.
MattHollins27/01/2020 19:01

I was thinking about getting this deal, seems pretty decent tbh.


Personally for a grand I’d want a i7 8750h / 9750h even if it meant I had to go for a 1660ti instead of the RTX 2060, as there isn’t a lot between those cards, but there is a huge difference between those CPUs which in 2 or 3 years time when you crank down the graphics settings will only become more apparent in time

As for the Razer Laptop in this thread, I wish I had the money!
Dan_the_man2827/01/2020 18:28

Ah sorry, you go and spend £650 more on the extra 1.7 inches and slightly …Ah sorry, you go and spend £650 more on the extra 1.7 inches and slightly faster i7 then if you want.


There is a big difference in CPU performance! Secondly, the Acer build quality looks shocking. Cheap and flimsy. My point is you can't compare apples and oranges.
mcdizzle27/01/2020 19:50

There is a big difference in CPU performance! Secondly, the Acer build …There is a big difference in CPU performance! Secondly, the Acer build quality looks shocking. Cheap and flimsy. My point is you can't compare apples and oranges.



Big difference???

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Pauley-B27/01/2020 19:28

Personally for a grand I’d want a i7 8750h / 9750h even if it meant I had t …Personally for a grand I’d want a i7 8750h / 9750h even if it meant I had to go for a 1660ti instead of the RTX 2060, as there isn’t a lot between those cards, but there is a huge difference between those CPUs which in 2 or 3 years time when you crank down the graphics settings will only become more apparent in timeAs for the Razer Laptop in this thread, I wish I had the money!


I’ve always been in the mind set that when buying a laptop balance between the cpu and gpu is vital. As neither are upgradable.
Would I be wrong suggesting the following with my chain of thought
i5 9300 pairs with 1660ti
i7 9750 pairs with 2060

We are taking around the £1000 price range here.
MattHollins27/01/2020 21:21

I’ve always been in the mind set that when buying a laptop balance between …I’ve always been in the mind set that when buying a laptop balance between the cpu and gpu is vital. As neither are upgradable. Would I be wrong suggesting the following with my chain of thought i5 9300 pairs with 1660tii7 9750 pairs with 2060 We are taking around the £1000 price range here.


Kind of but no. Difference between a 1660ti and a RTX 2060 is minimal in laptop form.

So personally I’d be looking at

I5 9300 with a 1650

I7 9750 with a 1660ti or above. Also, as gaming laptops age, you typically lower your graphics settings for newer titles. As you do this, the load goes from the GPU to the CPU, so the I7 9750h will be a better long term cpu, especially as games are using more and more cores.
Fantastic Deal
Specs are nice and a 6 core cpu but wouldn't touch razor
Coming up at £1999.97. has the price gone up or is there a voucher/discount code ?
What's the deal with razor...are they really that bad compared to MSI etc
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