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Lenovo Legion 5 Ryzen 4800H GTX 1650ti 16GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD $1582.07 + $1 Mouse @ Lenovo

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GAMEON

So this the absolute best deal I've found on Ryzen 4k laptops. There are barely any, if any, offering high level gaming dGPUs with AMD so you get what's on offer

Here's how to use the deal: select the 4800H option which is initially priced at ~$1850, select $1 mouse here or in add ons page and add to cart. Then find the button that shows all warranty options and select the bare minimum 1yr standard warranty. Proceed to checkout (should be $1631) an automatically applied 3% will then lower the price and then GAMEON should be in the coupon text field already to click, otherwise type it for the final price above

AMD Ryzen 7 4800H (8C / 16T, 2.9 / 4.2GHz, 4MB L2 / 8MB L3)
Windows 10 Home 64
2x 8GB SO-DIMM DDR4-3200
15.6" FHD (1920x1080) WVA 300nits Anti-glare, 60Hz, 100% sRGB Gamut
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6
170W Slim Tip
1 Year Depot
None
720p
No Fingerprint Reader
4-Zone RGB LED backlight, Engliash
11ax, 2x2 + BT5.0
Integrated 60Wh
256GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe + 1TB HDD 5400rpm 2.5"

This is part of Father's Day deals for 2020.

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    Also, it is possible, however unlikely that this can work with the Cash rewards 20% deal on at 2-4pm today

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      Maybe if you don't use the GAMEON coupon code, then it will be eligible?

  • +18 votes

    Ryzen 4k laptops

    Sounds like it has a 4k display instead of a 4000 series cpu.

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      exactly, got excited to see first ryzen 4000 notebook w 4k display and than… :(

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      My bad. I is noob

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      I thought the same thing… Then I realised it had the usual FHD panel (At 60Hz too)

      Oh well, the deal doesn't suit me then

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    How well does this run most recent PC games?

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      40-45fps (fhd ultra settings)on Witch 3 though it's a 5 years old game. Same result on Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

    • +4 votes

      The CPU is great but the 1650ti is slightly lackluster for modern gaming. It could play any game out if you're happy with medium settings on some of the more demanding ones to keep around the 60fps mark though if you're not sensitive to frame rate then 40 is playable too. But if you're big on gaming probably want a 1660

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        lol 1650ti is not "lackluster" it's a bridge gpu between last gen and this gen, and a good budget price/performance option for a mobile gpu. Yeah you will have to dip some settings but that's just a reality of laptop gaming in general. You won't be able to pump out frames from a triple A game like a desktop PC.

        I rock a 1060 on my 2 year old laptop and it's more than capable of handling it's own for both multiplayer games and single player games.

        If anything, the heat dissipation/thermal solution of a laptop is arguably more important than what graphics card it has, as most of these things aren't built to be running 100% for hours and you will see thermal throttling before your get the most performance out of your gpu.

        Edit: You said "modern gaming" which lead me to believe you were speaking about gaming in general. In this specific instance with a 4k screen you'd be right in that the gpu is underpowered, but a 1660ti would not fare any better than the 50.
        If we are to assume the standard is still 1080p for laptops, a 1650ti gpu is more than enough. Just wanted to clarify.

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          Yeah I probably was way to vague and harsh on it. I personally use a 1060 too in my laptop with no complaints. Just don't want the impression of running 144FPS in demanding games etc.

          By "modern games" I meant the hard to run stuff like red dead redemption or assuming upcoming cyberpunk which even at just 1080p can't be ultra for 60FPs… Modern isn't the right word as release date doesn't imply hard to run.

          Really just want to state my position 90% of people would be fine with a 1650ti more than likely just don't expect top teir performance depending on the games you want to play

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      Look for a notebook with 1080p resolution if you want to game. 4k screens on laptops are not worth it. The graphics cards cannot power them well enough yet. This thing is pretty good as a productivity machine (audio/video/graphic editing etc), but for gaming it's pretty underpowered. Also the battery life sucks 60wh to power a 4k screen will have you tethered to a wall most of it's life. Look for at least 80wh battery if you want to be somewhat mobile.

    • +1 vote

      The 60hz screen already put cap on the performance.

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        Thanks to all who replied, yeah I thought that's all it would handle. I already have a beefy desktop, xbox one x and ps4 pro but wanted something for work and for the kids to play on from time to time.

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      I have a metabox laptop with a 1660ti and 144hz screen - I can play WoW on ultra with around 100-150fps depending, I ask play csgo with 150-200 frames on ultra also.

  • +3 votes

    If youre looking to do PC gaming, you will get a better bang for your buck by buying a gaming pc like techfast for example. More upgrade-ability options in future and better gaming components for your money compared to a laptop. For this price, you can get so much more from a techfast or self-built gaming pc. But if portability and productivity is your thing, then go for this.

  • +4 votes

    I personally want to hold out for at least the 1660Ti + a better screen, I am tempted but forcing myself to be patient.

  • +3 votes

    This is a pretty bad screen on a gaming laptop.

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    $1,318.23 after 20% cashback…

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      Don't think cashback works with the GAMEON code.

      • +1 vote

        Without applying the GAMEON code I believe

        Item Subtotal (inc. GST)$1,661.00
        Activate eCoupon GAMEON and get instant savings on select models
        Enter Cart eCoupon ?
        ShippingFREE
        Cart Promotion$49.83
        Estimated Total (inc. GST)$1,611.17

        GST is $146.47

        20% non-GST brings it to $1,171.76

        plus GST again is $1,318.23

        not sure if I'm miscalculating though?

        • +2 votes

          Max $250 cashback, but it's still fairly close to your calculations I'd say?

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            @saintza: Good pickup, that'd add $42 back onto the price to bring it to $1361.17

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              @frowny: Oh, looking closer and adding to cart the discount price is with GAMEON automatically added. Bummer.

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          Without applying the GAMEON code I believe

          Item Subtotal (inc. GST)$1,661.00

          You referring to the model with the Ryzen 5 4600H?

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            @ozhunter: This is what I've got in my cart, unsure if GAMEON was already applied?

            @saintza @ozhunter

            Your CartFree shipping on all orders Save Cart Delete Cart

            Legion 5, 15"
            Part Number: 82B5005AAU

            Ships in 2 business days*
            Save for Later
            1
            Web Price:$2,199.00Sale Price:$1,660.00
            System Specs: ( Edit )
            Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 4800H (8C / 16T, 2.9 / 4.2GHz, 4MB L2 / 8MB L3)
            Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64
            Display Type: 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) WVA 300nits Anti-glare, 60Hz, 100% sRGB Gamut
            Memory: 2x 8GB SO-DIMM DDR4-3200
            Hard Drive: 256GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe + 1TB HDD 5400rpm 2.5"
            Warranty: 1 Year Depot
            AC Adapter: 170W Slim Tip
            Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6
            Second Hard Drive: None
            Battery: Integrated 60Wh
            Camera: 720p
            Fingerprint Reader: No Fingerprint Reader
            Keyboard: 4-Zone RGB LED backlight, Engliash
            Wireless: 11ax, 2x2 + BT5.0
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        In the other thread TA said the automatic Lenovo codes will work.

        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/9127378/redir

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    Cant add the $1 mouse :(

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      same here, can not tick that tick box

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    I have 2 newish AMD laptops (lenovo & asus) and love em EXCEPT for the wifi cards they put in them. They tend to pair realtek wifi cards with them… and they are absolute rubbish. They constantly drop out when on battery. BT mouse and keyboard are jittery. very unstable. Have had to open them up and swap them for intel wifi cards.

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      Lenovo Legion 5 has Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 AX200, no sure what Asus has.

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      That's the unfortunate reality of laptop OEM's not really giving the ryzen 4000 series chips the respect they deserve (basically for the most part not building them to the same top tier build quality and specs of the intel counterpart). That's already changing now that the chips have blown 10th gen intel mobile chips completely off the radar in just about every metric (except single core performance).

      I'm sure we'll see plenty of good build quality AMD systems over the next year.

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      I purchased Lenovo T14 AMD and have no issues.
      The only thing I don't like is backlit light that needs to turn on every time you turn your computer on.

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    Placed an order, but not sure if cash reward 20% is rewarded? Last time 10% ebay didn't come through at all. Any ideas when they would release cash reward?

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    Anyone can recommaned a desktop with monitor for work on the levono website with the 20% cash back? I dont need to play gaming on it, just daily office stuff and watching movies etc

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      Even if it's not gaming probably still cheaper to build one with the AMD APUs… Or pick up the old dell Office machines with 4th gen i5s you see pop up here for ~$250 for basic office tasks

  • +1 vote

    Add the code LEGION-10 and the price drops to: Estimated Total (inc. GST)$1,494.00

    Gameon discount auto applied for me, I removed it then applied LEGION-10 and boom, happy days. Also remove the extra warranty, as others previously mentioned.

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      Great tip, tempted to buy even though I don;t need it.

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    This CPU figuratively blows the brains out of the 10875H.

  • +3 votes

    Hey guys, so the $1 mouse is back online and working now.

    Please don't forget to use the code "LEGION-10" for a further 10% discount.

    This works in combination with "GAMEON"

    Total cost of laptop and mouse is $1495.

    With the 20% cashrewards rebate it should make it $1245 including GST.

    Tightarse has mentioned with the Lenovo 20% rewards post that all lenovo online codes will work and I had a lenovo rep also confirm this with me over the phone.

    Probs will sell the mouse for $50 making it $1195 and then tax deduct the laptop on my business for the original $1495 so in the end will be getting a decent powerful laptop for just over 1k lol.

    Happy buying all!

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      where is that $1 mouse? can you link it?

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        when you are in the warranty section you have to go to accessories under the mouse

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      A noob question, If I want to tax deduct the laptop on my business, should I pay this laptop with my personal bank account or business bank account?

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      failed to apply legion-10. Now I'm $100 paid over and no mouse lol

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    OOS it seems like

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    Can someone write a step by step guide? not getting the 1587 price mark

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    No Stock for the Product 82B5005AAU

  • +1 vote

    Experiencing major website issues and now it looks like they have no stock left :(

  • +1 vote

    Darn out of stock? Can't add

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    Bought it without the $1 mouse

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    100% they will put the 1660ti and RTX2060 versions in soon.

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    Wow I can't belive Lenovo would pair such a combo with a poor screen 😢

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    Mine from the other deal with the RGB keyboard got delivered today. Customization settings for the RGB would not apply. Turns out you need the "Lenovo Vantage Service for Windows" and possibly "Lenovo Vantage Gaming Feature Driver" which were not installed by the setup procedure. You can google and download from Lenovo. After messing with it for a couple of hours, installing those drivers fixed it for me.

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      I am expecting mine tomorrow. Thanks for the heads up about the drivers

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        Yeah the default is freakin' christmas lights. Would not do for a school laptop!!! If I couldn't fix it I was seriously considering returning it.

        One more thing. Customization only works if you're online. That's the "Lenovo Vantage" app for you. Offline you can still switch between profiles but if you try to customize you end up with a different set of lighting options and nothing takes. Let me know if you find a way around that.