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[Pre Order] Gigabyte G5 15.6" 240Hz i5 RTX3060 16GB/512GB Gaming Laptop $1799 + Free Gaming Mouse MM710 @ Wireless 1


Same as this popular deal (Thanks to Jase) & plus Free Gaming Mouse Cooler Master MasterMouse MM710

Enjoy :)

Gigabyte G5 KC-5AU2130SH 15.6in 240Hz i5-10500H RTX3060 16GB 512GB Gaming Laptop | 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-10500H | 1‎5.6" Thin Bezel FHD 240Hz | NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3060 Laptop GPU GDDR6 6GB | 16GB Ram (2*8GB 3200MHz) | 512GB PCIe SSD | RGB Backlit Keyboard | Intel AX200 802.11ax Wireless | Bluetooth 5.0 | Windows 10 Home | 2 Year Warranty

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  • I got an e-mail from affordablelaptops that their pre-order could be mid or late February

  • +1

    Looks good, just waiting on the individual benchmarks to come out due to the Nvidia laptop gpu kerfuffle.

    This one is on the potential buy list though, thanks BA :)

  • +2

    Make sure to watch this video from D2D before buying a laptop. Even though a laptop may have the latest RTX 3000 series, it depends on the Watts from the manufacturer they put into the machine.

    • +1

      This video from Bob of all trades shows the boost and base clocks in action on a MSI unit to give you a real world idea.


      It's a mess each unit will be different too due to the clock it can achieve at its stock wattage over the stock clock spec for the rtx 3000 part and what it can achieve at boost while managing thermals.

      Not all 80w parts will be the same if they achieve less GPU clock speed or manage thermals.

      The dynamic boost also has some variables as well such as boosting only when CPU wattage is low enough to do so ie the CPU isn't under load.

      • so safer to just buy a desktop version of 3060ti?

  • i5-10500H

    Did a benchmark test for AOE2 on my i7 series 10 and it said my cpu was moderate….would like to see what it thought of this cpu

  • With all these 3060/3070 laptops popping up at pretty affordable price, how are they compared to 3600 + 3060Ti desktop?

    • +2

      You have to find out the wattage of the gpu in your specific laptop, and read/watch reviews to determine its performance.

    • +3

      it depends on the wattage the manufacturer allows to go to the GPU. theres a lot of noise about how some 3070 laptops are performing worse than some 2070 super laptops.
      So it depends from laptop to laptop. Very annoying for us consumers

      • that is definitely not cool.

    • More a competotor to a 1660 super or 2060 on desktop

      • man that is quite significant gap. Do you have benchmarks to prove this?

    • More of a 2060 from desktop

  • +3
    • +1

      PLE have 1.1% cash back with shopback ($19.789)

  • 72% NTSC colour gamut according to https://www.gigabyte.com/Laptop/G5--RTX-30-Series#kf

    • Is that good or bad?

      • Good, it’s basically 99% sRGB, a minimum for monitors in my opinion

  • Anyone know how this would fare against a RTX 2070 Mobile?
    Considering selling my Asus ROG Strix G15 laptop (RTX 2070) and buying this instead.

    • I've seen some benchmark that shows the 2070 performing better than 3070 laptops. The key here is figure out how many watts are set in the 3070 laptop

  • -1


    What do people think abotu this one, should we get it?
    How is it for Video editing?

  • Also, why can't I find any reviews on this laptop?

    • Pre-order ?

  • +1

    This laptop's RTX 3060 has a maximum wattage of 105W for those who are considering to pre order.
    [Laptop specs] (https://www.gigabyte.com/Laptop/G5--RTX-30-Series/sp#sp)
    Not pushed to the limit of 115W but still decent enough.
    [Full RTX specs] (https://www.nvidia.com/en-au/geforce/gaming-laptops)

    • That's a good high limit.

      I bought one, and was pretty stoked to see the benches being better than a 2070 max P.

      Anyone received theirs yet?

  • Can get another $54 off buying it through their ebay page with code PLUS3P. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Pre-Order-Gigabyte-G5-KC-5AU2130...

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