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HP OMEN 15", AMD Ryzen 5800H(8C/16T), Nvidia 3070 Max-Q 8GB, 1080P IPS, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD $2195.00 Delivered @HP Student Store

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If you have access to an edu email address, the HP OMEN 15 with the AMD Ryzen 5800H and the Nvidia 3070 Max-Q is currently 21% off at the HP Student Store. The usual retail price is $2799 but you can obtain it from the student store for $2195.00 delivered.

Delivery seems to be 1 to 3 days for most metro areas.

Specifications from HP Website:

System Features
Operating system Windows 10 Home 64
Processor AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800H (up to 4.4 GHz max boost clock, 16 MB L3 cache, 8 cores, 16 threads)
Processor footnote [6] Multi-core is designed to improve performance of certain software products. Not all customers or software applications will necessarily benefit from use of this technology. Performance and clock frequency will vary depending on application workload and your hardware and software configurations. AMD’s numbering is not a measurement of clock speed.
[7] Max Boost clock frequency performance varies depending on hardware, software and overall system configuration.
Processor family AMD Ryzen™ 7 processor
Chipset AMD Integrated SoC
Form factor Standard laptop
Memory
Memory 16 GB DDR4-3200 SDRAM (2 x 8 GB)
Memory Note Transfer rates up to 3200 MT/s.
Storage
Hard drive description 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ TLC M.2 SSD
Storage type SSD
Optical drive Optical drive not included
Display and graphics
Display 15.6" diagonal, FHD (1920 x 1080), IPS, micro-edge, anti-glare, 300 nits, 72% NTSC
Graphics NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3070 with Max-Q design (8 GB GDDR6 dedicated)
Graphic card footnote 2 [8] NVIDIA® Max-Q Design can help reduce system heat and noise in thinner form factor PC’s. Form factor design and thickness of the system will vary. Overall graphics performance may be lower than alternative graphics solutions that do not utilize Max-Q design.
Expansion features
Ports 1 SuperSpeed USB Type-C® 5Gbps signaling rate (DisplayPort™ 1.4, HP Sleep and Charge); 1 SuperSpeed USB Type-A 5Gbps signaling rate (HP Sleep and Charge); 2 SuperSpeed USB Type-A 5Gbps signaling rate; 1 Mini DisplayPort™; 1 HDMI 2.1; 1 RJ-45; 1 AC smart pin; 1 headphone/microphone combo
External I/O ports footnote [19] For best results with HP Sleep and Charge, use a USB charging protocol standard cable or cable adapter with an external device.
Expansion slots 1 multi-format SD media card reader
Media devices
Audio features Audio by Bang & Olufsen; DTS:X® Ultra; Dual speakers; HP Audio Boost
Webcam HP Wide Vision 720p HD camera with integrated dual array digital microphones
Sensors IR Thermal sensor
Input devices
Pointing device HP Imagepad with multi-touch gesture support; Precision Touchpad Support
Keyboard Full-size, 4-zone RGB backlit, mica silver keyboard and 26-Key Rollover Anti-Ghosting Key technology
Communications
Network interface Integrated 10/100/1000 GbE LAN
Wireless Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX200 (2x2) and Bluetooth® 5 combo (Supporting Gigabit file transfer speeds)
Wireless note MU-MIMO supported; Miracast compatible
Power and operating requirements
Power supply type 200 W Smart AC power adapter
Battery type 6-cell, 70.9 Wh Li-ion polymer
Battery life video playback Up to 9 hours
Battery weight 270 g
Energy Efficiency Compliance ENERGY STAR® certified; EPEAT® Silver registered
Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions without stand (W x D x H) 35.79 x 23.97 x 2.29 cm
Dimension note (metric) Dimensions vary by configuration
Package dimensions (W x D x H) 6.9 x 52 x 30.5 cm
Weight Starting at 2.37 kg
Weight note (metric) Weight varies by configuration
Package weight 3.65 kg
Design
Product color Mica silver
Software
Software - Productivity & finance footnote [24] Must activate within 180 days of Windows activation.
Warranty and Services
Warranty 1 year limited parts and labour

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closed Comments

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    Good deal

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    Nice specs

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    Waiting for the 17" /16" versions now available in US.
    Rumours seem to suggest they use full power 3070..

    JarrodsTech has a review on this.

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    Max-Q though, you can get Legion 5 Pro 3070 for $2500, probably better overall package.

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      Good point, nice to see a competition for L5P, seeming to have the market to itself for now…

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      The Legion Pro deal I posted in April, with 32GB of RAM for under $2500 was amazing. It just hasn't come back.

      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/617113

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        holy shit give me this plz

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        Legion 5i Pro with an Intel may be on its way, hopefully with another intro pricing?

        It might not be affected by the stock RAM like the AMD L5P

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      This is $300 cheaper.
      Other than the RAM, is the GPU similar wattage?

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        screen much better, qhd 500nits on legion, 100w max q vs 150w on the legion. So i think extra 300 is worth it.

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          150w is that for the 3070GPU?????

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            @michael9865: Well the desktop 3060 has a power draw of about 170w. You will notice that certain laptops GPUs are thermally limited. You may have same GPU in both laptops but due to thermal constraints one performs better then the other. Being a gaming laptop a less constrained GPU means better gaming performance at 150w.

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              @shellshocked: lenovo 3070 gpu laptops are limited to 140w so where are you getting 150w from.
              Also lenovo 3060 gpu is limited to 130w

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    No refresh rate in specs?

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      As far as I am aware it shares the same screen tech as the 5600H version, so the refresh rate is 144hz.

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        Might be worth squishing that into the title then.

        IMO, you'd probably want a 240Hz option for this configuration.

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          Unlikely at this price point. Considering they are mainly offering 165hz displays for about $300 more.

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            @shellshocked: They were selling 3060 models with 240Hz panels from Gigabyte for $1800 during the mid-year sales, possibly less.

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              @jasswolf: Sorry I thought you were referring to the top tier laptop brands. Unfortunately I'm not versed with Gigabyte other then installing some of their motherboards in DIY builds. However, I checked with a friend if they still had the Gigabyte Aero they bought a year ago and they said the cooling system was unreliable so they got rid of it. They also said Gigabyte support was a nightmare to deal with. So there could be trade-offs for a higher refresh rate screen.

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                @shellshocked: Gigabyte support can be a little fiddly, but they fixed their cooling issues on the latest line.