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Dell XPS 13 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.3" QHD+, Rose Goldwas £1149.95 now £899.95 @ John Lewis
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Reduced from 1149.95 to £899.95 - great spec and comes with 2 year warranty

What would you like to know? The overly bright LEDs when charging? The WORST speakers on a premium laptop ever. The sharp corners? The light bleed? The rubbish battery?


The Inspiron 7000 series is the premium entry in the Inspiron line-up and admittedly, the quality has come on loads as it has to compete with metal laptops in lower segments (Asus Zenbook, Lenovo Yoga/IdeaPads, etc.) but the XPS still has the edge - the carbon fibre doesn't look cheap, it feels like plastic but then it's a composite material, it is incredibly stiff and rigid which is what gives it that quality feel, the metal lid is thick and doesn't really give or dent easily. I've had both of these and I'd pick the XPS all day long, but I do agree and I said it above, 1080p is perfectly fine for this, I have a very good 1080p IPS panel on a Dell Latitude E7440 (14" ultrabook) and it's bordering on being too small, but I do prefer to run at 100% as Windows just cannot deal with scaling properly and still can't after god knows how many years now. QHD and 4K on laptops of this size is just for 'retina' quality where you can barely see the pixels and have smooth fonts but you need much brighter backlights to achieve the same 'overall' brightness and much more power to drive the displays, and that seems like a waste to me. Dare I say it, the only mainstream OS that can deal with scaling properly is Mac OS X.


Old model is probably still better than my 5yo laptop just now, I ain't fussy lol :p


it's the old model, it'll turn up again no doubt.


Bahhhhh, I've had my eye on this laptop for ages. Oh well. Weren't meant to be.

Reburbished Acer Predator Core i7 16GB RAM 128GB SSD 17.3" Laptop GeForce GTX 1070 In Black £1199 with code littlewoods-clearance / Ebay
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Not for me as I have a desktop gaming rig but someone might really benefit from this gaming laptop with a 1070 card. Using the voucher code you should be able to get a maximum of £… Read more

That would be a Terabyte. Lowercase b = bit.


Completely agreed! I didn't even notice that it was a refurb. I hold my hands up, bad deal


Would be 'ok' if brand new, but a refurb for £1200 with those specs is not great tbh.


The 6700 is perfectly fine for gaming and will be for a while yet. The SSD is a bit measly for the price though.


A 1 TB HHD is standard in pretty much every gaming laptop.

Intel Core i7-3820 (3.6 ghz) LGA2011 - £32 instore @ CEX (White Rose Shopping Centre)
LocalLocalFound 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Anyone who wants a decent processor, here's one at a staggering price. You can get it from cex at white rose shopping centre.
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This is about 10% faster than an i3-8100 with multi-core software and a bit slower for single core. CeX sell them for £80 and they include integrated graphics whilst this i7 doesn't so you have to budget for that also. You will also have to budget for a heatsink and as this is very inefficient by today's standards not a budget one so maybe that's another £20+. Maybe the best thing going for it is that it uses DDR3 which is cheap second hand.


The X99 is actually the wrong chipset for this, X79 is fine but I’m not sure off the top of my head if X99 is pin-compatible. The boards start from £70ish from eBay etc. No one said the CPU performance was poor, we said it was a false economy to go, buy and invest a totally outdated, power inefficient platform just to run it (and it’s the lowest chip in the lineup), you might as well get the 6-core 3930K which offers tangible benefits. I bet CeX have been sitting on these for ages. But after all that I would be interested if anyone did go ahead and build one.


Despite what some people are saying... This CPU is well worth the price if you can find a compatible motherboard for relatively cheap.


a 3.6GHz P4 is probably weaker than what's in a netbook now. The frequency analogy doesn't work. Still if you have an LGA2011 board laying around this is a good price for a good cpu that's still quite capable.

Hannibalateam Did a quick search for a compatible MB just in case anyone was interested in prices

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HP OMEN 15-ce012na Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, 15.6”, Shadow Black £999.95  John Lewis
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Pretty decent gaming laptop with two years guarantee, only doesn't appear to have SSD to speed things up a bit. Similar price to refurb unit from other sellers ’Powerhouse’ is on… Read more

That “only difference” is a huge difference as well. It’s one of the only things that can’t be upgraded.


But 8k, 12 bit hdr with quad sli with quad xeon is the way to go ;)


But you also got lumped with a 1050ti!


But the graphics card is the only thing that can't be upgraded. 1tb HD v ssd is same cost so just sell one and buy another. Ram makes no difference at that capacity other than bragging rights. 1050ti is significantly slower, which in a gaming machine makes a difference


The only difference is the 1060 swapped for a 1050ti (lol) processors the same, rams better, it's got a 1tb hdd and an ssd. Way better deal

Intel i7 8086k CCL/Scan - £379.99 delivered at Scan
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Intel i7 8086k Limited Edition CCL: CCL link (£379.99 - Free delivery) Scan: Scan Link (£379.99 - Free delivery) For the people who dont want to pay for one: Sweepstake: LINK

this cpu is a joke. Much like the coffee lake release and the 28core @ 5ghz we are all getting later this year...... Sad company. Mind, given people were wetting themselves over getting 8700k's for a bargain 400, this actually looks like a good price.


I'm still using my Haswell-E 5820K, one of the best CPU's ever made. OC's like a boss.


I think they said 50,000. The largest retailer in Germany sells ~3000 i7-8700Ks per month.


Ok so the whole "limited edition" jargon is rubbish, theres loads of these. However how can you turn your nose up at a 6 core, 12 thread cpu that stock boosts to 5ghz? This is a great piece of kit and whilst it wont hold its value forever, it certainly wont plummet in price like people say. Just look at the 4790k, still sells for £200 on ebay and that launched 4 years ago. Id gladly buy this cpu if I had the money and needed it. That being said I have a 4790K and dont envisage ever needing to upgrade it, least not in the next 10 years.


Over priced .. that said i did the sweepstake ..

EXDISPLAY  Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30GHz LGA 2066 Retail Boxed Processor £199.96 Ebuyer
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Product ConditionOpen Box/Ex-Display Product is in nearly new condition but may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damage to box or product. Product is sold with 90 day warran… Read more

250 posts, and most people aren't members. I see you're there with 14k posts, I understand why you were quick to defend it ;-)


OcUk don't charge shipping to forums members who contribute. /Waves Aorus X299 is in stock at Novatech for £169.98 :


The shipping comment is -- They charge shipping. PC Part Picker is fibbing about prices as you can't buy one at that price anywhere. You got one, in the past, now they are no longer in stock with no ETA back in. Anyway, I don't see much value continuing this conversation.


2) And? No issues with them in 5+ years. Any reputation they had was under the old owners years ago. 3) OK, £167.48. My memory rounded it down. PCPartpicker are not fibbing. I bought one, proof attached. ALC1220 is fine, I've no issues with it.


1) OEM 2) Shipping from OCUK. 3) Read what properly? 4) There is no 160 quid Aorus board. In fact, the Aorus board you are mentionining Here's a link, it's 209.99 from Amazon. At best. I'm not even sure where you are pretending it is selling for '160' because even the fibs on say 168. Notice, click the amazon link, you get 209.99. Click the scan link, you get 'not in stock' with *no ETA*. Anyway, 209.99, you want to check this board as your comparison? You have added 40 quid, so I can compare against a 120 quid board and STILL save a ton of money. Done and done! That's right, 4 NVMe M.2, 4x USB 3.1, BETTER audio. You seem to think Realtek ALC1220 is good, sorry, it's not. Oh, in case you think it's good, It's literally the same Audio! got ya ;-) 'Full RGB' on both. Same VRM heatsinks. 6 fan headers versus 8. So, you're willing to drop an extra 90 quid on 2 extra fan headers? Cool, I got a land share in Alaska for ya. Point! No, it's not a better motherboard.

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Asus ROG GL752VY Gaming Laptop / I7-6700HQ / 24GB RAM / 1TB HDD / 256 GB SSD / GTX 980M £680 @ CeX
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price for a laptop with a 980m comes with two year cex warranty

2 year warranty makes it worth a buy I think, provided CEX's warranty is worthwhile


GPU itself will probably be fine but would expect vents to be clogged with dust as you get on high performance laptops. Whether they’ve cleaned it depends on the store as some are really good and others literally buy it off some mug for £340 and put it straight back out for £680 - sometimes with the user’s data left on it (true story)!


Could go either way, this. It's a good price for the spec but being a gaming laptop, there's a chance it's been thrashed. No amount of refurbishment is going to sort a battered GPU.


I wouldn’t risk another B-grade from CeX for laptops! I had Dell XPS 15 9550 delivered yesterday in B grade. It looked ‘off’ so I had a closer look. The hinge cover was broken, not sitting flush and the display didn’t look right, on inspection the display had deep scratches on the bottom edge and it became clear that the LCD had been replaced very badly. The bezel edging was stuck down with what looked like epoxy resin that had splurged out onto the panel itself. That was £500 which would have been a bargain but now it needs to be returned... Moral of the story, don’t buy stuff from CeX unless you can physically see it first.

MSI GL72M 7REX 1225UK 17.3-Inch Gaming Laptop - (Black) - £799.97 @ Amazon
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Very good value for money, saves £300 (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD Plus 1 TB HDD, GeForce GTX 1050Ti, Windows 10 Home)
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Total War is an RTS I assume? Generally speaking, you should always opt for the better GPU if you're using a laptop for gaming, but an RTS is sometimes the exception as they rely on the CPU more. That said, I'd still go with the 1060. I can't imagine it'd have any problem running the game mentioned and it'll run pretty much anything else you need on decent settings


Any good ?


Please do, I'm considering it for gaming


Okay. I've gone for it! Will update with my assessment in a few days.


Great deal. Heat added. Sorely tempted - am after something to do graphics and video editing. This would be pretty good.

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop -  i7-7700HQ / 16GB RAM / GTX 1060 6GB / 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD £998.99 @ Dell
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Really nice bit of kit, well spec'd with a GTX 1060 6GB and 16GB RAM in there. It's a little less in your face than some of the other gaming laptops out there. Nice and subtle in c… Read more
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Quick question on these 7577: can anyone confirm that it can drive 2 external monitors, either one via HDMI and one via USB-C to DP or even better, both using USB-C to DP and daisy chained?


That's one thing i can't explain i think it was due to the new catalogue I'm not sure. But im not one to argue. Also my account is messed up for it It shows £1449-£149-£1449 (1449 is the price i paid so if i returned it they would owe me £149.00)


Yes that would make me feel uncomfortable


I read it as Argos made a mistake & supermqd then committed a criminal act (not sure if it's fraud or theft), by failing to inform them of their error. For the record, in such a situation you're advised to inform them of the mistake in writing & give them a reasonable period of time to collect the goods at their own expense. If they fail to & you have logged your correspondence so you have proof they were warned you'd dispose of the goods then you become entitled to keep or sell the item. I can't recall what counts as a reasonable time, but it isn't unreasonable or excessive. Some people claim you can keep unsolicited goods. While this is true, most people misunderstand what constitutes unsolicited. A duplicate item sent my mistake in response to an order you did place is not classed as unsolicited.


May be a deal breaker if you are an accountant I suppose.

Dell Inspiron 15 5000 - 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8550U Processor - 16GB DDR4 RAM - 512GB SSD £749 at Dell
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Found this on the dell store. Seems like a very good deal to me. Would like opinions on this. With 512GB SSD and 16GB RAM also with 8th gen i7 processor at that price seems like a … Read more

Your specs are not as OP's. His got 16GB of Ram and 512 Gb SSD. Sure your price would be cheaper. Compare items with same specs. And about Outlet many people over here shared their bad experience. Wrong/ damaged/ not working/ not lasting long items and bad CS with long waiting times.


I've bought over 10 laptops from dell outlet, 7 were actually built to order and the others were clearly never used. They have 2 condition categories: "scratch and dent" and "refurbished". Choose refurbished and they all seem to be over production or cancelled orders. Essentially, dell make profit from volume discounts they receive from Intel, amd etc. And so they would rather over produce than not get the discount


Very good price for the specs. Heat added


Ofc for the price it’ll be a refurb,i have used dell outlet on a number of occasions and all laptops arrived in as brand new condition,if not then pristine,absolutely pristine.. the comments from dell outlet laptop deals here i have seen were all positive.. pretty much everyone says its just like brand new


Back at Easter these very laptops were £699 and I thought I'd get one, but by pay day they'd give back upto £750 and they've not moved since then

MSI GP62MVR 7RFX-880 Leopard Pro 15.6-Inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1060 Graphics, Windows 10 Home) - £899.97 @ Amazon
30/06/2018Expires on 30/06/2018Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 - desktop level performance for the demanding games The Intel Core i7 7th Gen Processor and 8 GB DDR IV memory; balanced for an all round gamin… Read more

fun fact, i didn't say it couldn't run vr games :/ . read my other reply.


Fun fact I use a 1060 3GB for VR with no problem. Only things I have struggled with are non VR games GTA V and Tombraider where I could not run in ultra settings as took too much memory everything else has been fine and I run most games in Ultra. By VR I have a Rift and WMR headset.


Hehe meme.


Many people apply building terms to Operating System installations/PC building. Flatten essentially means start from fresh.



Pro Gaming PC - Watercooled 4.6GHz Intel Hexa Core i7-8700, 2TB, GTX 1080 Ti  £1492.99 Del @ CCL / eBay
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
CPU Family: Intel Core i7 Processor Number: 8700 CPU Speed: 3.2 GHz L3 Cache: 12 MB Socket: LGA1151 Architecture: 64-bit Technology: 14nm Number of Cores: 6 Number of Threads: 12 T… Read more

Ryzen 2 didn't exist when the 8700k launched. I considered a 1700x at the time, but there would have barely been any IPC improvement over the 2600k I was upgrading from. Im very happy with my machine, but yep, if I was building today I would probably go for a 2700x instead or wait for the next gen.


super fast vast storage,32 gig of ram, I suspect a ryzen 2700x would have made a better base platform,unless you really needed intel graphics adapter. I expect ryzen 3 will kick intel so badly many will wish they never bought an already dead end 8 series board.


32GB memory, 1TB and 500GB nvme drives and buying the 8700k at launch probably didn't help too much!


Not sure how you managed that, I did one for under £1900 including 8700K, 1080 Ti, Intel Optane + 10TB HDD


Get an ancient pc that still works and strip it down totally. Take a couple of photo's of the case button connections first (you may not be able to get a manual with diagrams ) Take everything out the case. Re assemble it all, re pasting the cpu and cleaning the heat sink. Watch a couple of vids on it. When you fire it up again and it works you will feel that a new one from scratch will likely just give you a few head scratches about setting up discs and windows/whatever, but you will find out its not rocket science and unlikely you will actually BREAK anything. Even the power cables dont go in the wrong holes,generally. Trouble shooting a new build that wont start is a logical process to find a bad component and its rare, Personally I would use an asus or asrock mainboard(as a first timer), but again, it fairly rare to have non working equipment delivered, just avoid brand new platforms. (Like intel '9' series for e.g. ) until they have been shipping a few months. Alternatively, you could buy a used Haswell box (4 series intel) for about £130 and soup it up with used parts, this will cost much les and you start with a working example. This is a good way to learn and how many people get into it. And now is not the time to buy a new g.card unless you absolutely have nothing. You will probably kick yourself later.

Dell Inspiron 15-7000, Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD & 128GB SSD, 15.6 inch IPS FHD gaming laptop £779.99 with code @ Very
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
just ordered this for my lad for uni, what do you think? can always send it back if I can get better for the price

Is 1050ti good for gaming, decent fps at high settings? Been away from PC gaming for a while, got a few old games to get back in to. Wouldn't say I'll be playing the latest games really, tend to wait till they come down in price


Good deal 🔥


You get 12 months as standard warranty


The check out option is No service guaranteed 3 yr at £129 4yrs at £149 I want to ask if i select no service guaranteed does it include a year or totally nothing? What happens if something happen within a month?


I have this in your link and think its a better deal. You can design out the crappy TN by replacement or plugging in an external display. With the 1050Ti in the dell, your stuck with it. i5/1060>i7/1050Ti in my book.

ASUS FX503 15.6" Gaming Laptop (Core i7 8GB 128GB SSD + 1TB, GTX1060 6GB Graphics) + FREE ASUS Gaming Backpack £899.97 Delivered @ Box
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
This has come down in price a fair bit, and seems to be a decent all round gaming laptop with a 6GB 1060 included. 1080p screen, but that should be more than adequate for its size.… Read more
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Too expensive for the risk of the TN screen. This is a £750 machine for me.


This laptop has gone up in price twice just recently. It was a good deal at the lower prices, and it's an 'ok' deal now. The headline specs are great (i7+1060+SSD), however dig a little deeper and there are some compromises to keep the price down. The display is below average (this laptop actually comes from the factory with three different panels, a fair quality one, a not very good one, and a rubbish one), I believe this is the latter because the specs do not mention the IPS or higher refresh rates of the upper displays. Also the storage is slow, the hdd is 5400rpm and the SSD benchmarks oddly slow (found from online reviews). There are a few other hotukdeal posts on different variants of this laptop with further info.


Seems is was briefly £110 cheaper yesterday,




Cold from me.

Dell Inspiron 15 5000 15.6-inch FHD Laptop - (Intel Core i7-8550U Processor, 8 GB RAM + 256 GB SSD, 4 GB AMD Radeon 530 Graphics Card, Windows 10) - Platinum Silver £689.97 Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Would like to get opinions on this. Seems like a great deal to me. Not seen an i7 8th gen for this price anywhere else. Also has a graphics card, agreed not the best graphics card … Read more

UPDATE: Just checked now and it's now up for £649.97


Cheers mate. Helped a lot. I'll be sure to do plenty of research. And I'm currently and engineering student and have to run a lot of high end CAD software. And the one I have rn doesn't seem to be able to cope well with it. I am looking to invest in a good laptop for the long run.




Cheap but it's still a general purpose laptop, what you would use this for could be done with something a lot cheaper, like an older generation laptop. However I bought my first and only Inspiron in 2010 and used it the first 2 years for gaming (Counter Strike Source) and then just general use for the other 6 years as it couldn't keep up with new games until last month when I got rid of it. I replaced the keyboard twice and battery once. It was an excellent laptop.


You can get the i5 version on ebay for £471 inc postage. ( Refurbished but as new with 1yr warranty, seems a decent deal tho if you are wanting an i7 8th gen, but what are you using it for. I Have this laptop and it is worth noting the RAM is single 8GB stick so easily upgraded to 16GB and the SSD is M.2 so empty drive bay inside for expansion.

Intel BX80684I78700K 8th Gen Core i7-8700K Processor - £296 - Sold and fulfilled by CPU-WORLD-UK LTD via Amazon
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
CPU Intel Core i7 8700K s1151 3.70 GHz. Product information i7-8700K , Processor Brand Intel Product Dimensions 10.2 x 5.1 x 11.7 cm Item model number BX80684I78700K Processo… Read more

Not true that games use only 4 cores. BF1 will use both >4 cores and hyper threading, especially in multiplayer. Then you recommend a 6 core CPU as the sweet spot......


Someone might want to move quickly on this...


For now, but with they Ryzen bring mulit core to the masses, this is a good future proof little chip.


Content creation yes Just for gaming is overkill (no game uses hyper threading and more than 4 cores) The sweet spot just for gaming is the i5-8600k


excellent CPU for content creation and excels at gaming

Xiaomi Notebook Air 13.3 Fingerprint Sensor Intel Core i7-7500U 8GB + 256GB - SILVER - £562.49 @ GearBest
Refreshed 28th MayRefreshed 28th May
Basic Information Brand: Xiaomi Caching: 4MB Core: 2.7GHz,Dual Core CPU: Intel i7 7500U CPU Brand: Intel Graphics Capacity: 2G Graphics Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce MX150 Graphi… Read more
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They drop it off a plane in a parachute.. saves time and fuel for landing and takeoff etc.


Do you think you will get a 17" again or go to 15.6",my son wants a new laptop and have wondered about 17" units


I've ordered a few things from Gearbest. The last was a Jumper EZBook 3 pro. The main problem is the stock level shown on the site is entirely useless, so you think all they'll do is take an in-stock items, slap a delivery label on it and you'll get it soon after. My last purchase sat in "despatched" for 12 days, without actually being with any courier, then went quickly from in transit to delivered! The big question is post-sales warranties. Whilst modern electronics tend to be quite reliable, if you get unlucky and the device breaks, chances are it will be very (too?) expensive to send it back for repair. I don't think many laptops on Gearbest or their rivals offer anything other than a US keyboard, you might not care about that. You might be able to remap the keys or put sticky labels on if you must have a UK keyboard. Oh, and finally, don't forget topcashback or quidco on these sites. Also do an incognito mode search for discount/promo codes - don't do in your main browser as you'll have you cookies stuff with random crap.


I think its the fact that if it has a problem you're screwed buying it as an import from China. Gear best will do their best to screw you over.


Good stuff

Intel I7 8700K £286 Dispatched from and sold by CPU-WORLD-UK LTD - Amazon
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Seems like CPU price is dropping because people are not upgrading due to RAM price hike £280 at amazon spain if using no fee payment

Been that price for a long time on Amazon. Aria price matched amazon on the website as I ordered a few things from there (now £294 + del.). Great customer service from them btw :)


It's now back down to the price it was a few weeks ago, when I was considering buying one. In the end, I opted for the Ryzen 2700X and got it from this seller, CPU-World. I'd recommend them. It was a decent price and the DPD shipping was good. I was told the arrival date and on that due date I got a text message telling me it was arriving within a one hour window starting from 30 minutes after the text was sent. And sure enough, that's when it arrived. (y)

Medion Erazer P7647, GTX 950M 4GB, Core i7-7500U, 17.3 FHD IPS, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD, DVD RW, Windows 10 Home - £849.97 @ Tesco sold by Box
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Processor : Intel Core i7-7500U Dual Core (2.7GHz, 4MB Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Up To 3.5GHz) Screen : 17.3" (1920x1080 Full HD Resolution, IPS Anti-Glare, 120Hz) Operating System … Read more
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Weird combo of features. That screen is a rare and desirable feature. The GPU means you're setting yourself up for a replacement far sooner than you need to be.


Not really my job, I know there are better offer's out there but I'm not in the market for a new gaming laptop since I just bought a Razer Blade 14. But seriously, look elsewhere and i'm sure you'll find what you specified above, even if not... add a 2TB HDD but just know that you won't get every feature for this price, you'll have to sacrifice something and it'll likely be the 120Hz display.


Find me a laptop with better CPU and GPU for this price with 256SSD+2TB HHD then


"gaming laptop", good for storing games maybe...


It's a gaming laptop... you stated what makes it hot EXCEPT the key things for a gaming laptop... the CPU and GPU! Yes 8GB ram is good (not best), the HDD and SSD are fine, the screen is great (120hz is great at this price) but you cannot say this is a hot gaming laptop since the 950M is a huge let down along with the i7 7500U, cold from me unforunatly.

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