HP OMEN 17.3" Intel i7 GTX1050TI Laptop

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HP OMEN 17.3" Intel i7 GTX1050TI Laptop
Price: $799.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Monday, Oct 16 to Thursday, Oct 19) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned


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This has the bad boy I7 in it. The I7-7700HQ with a passmark of 8942, as compared to the wimpy low-powered i7-7500u processors with the passmark of 5219. This has a solid videocard in the 1050ti that should be pretty ideal for gaming. It’s really a decent set-up for the money. 4K display and a bigger SSD would have been nice, but in all reality, the 1080P display for this graphics card is a better match if someone buys this for gaming. 12GB DDR is a little strange too, if you’re going to increase from 8GB you should just go to 16GB because the 12GB uses 1 x 4 GB, 1 x 8 GB. I would assume this would limit the full potential of using dual channels in the memory. In real world performance this would have a negligible effect, but at this model level when you have a great CPU and GPU, evening out the memory would make sense. Overall I give this a 4.5/5 for what woot is charging. Nice job woot!

Are the batteries in these replaced when reconditioned or are they the ones they originally shipped with?

anyone know how hard it would be to upgrade the ram? and upgrade the SSD?

Doesn’t look too complicated:


Anyone with any insight into the VR-ability of this given it’s the 1050ti version?

I think it can. Here’s a youtube video review with a laptiop of similar specs doing VR

Likely the same battery unless there was a specific problem. Good thing is they aren’t going to be that old. I got a similar model with a 6th gen I7 just a few months ago and the build date was October of last year. This is a newer model.

You should also be able to purchase an extended warranty through HP. Don’t get it right away though. Wait until they offer a promotion. I got 40% off through a coupon and a promotion and they also have a rebate on the three year warranty where if you don’t use it then you get all your money back at the end.