Something like this will be your friend, trust me...
Just some general tips for a new gaming laptop, nothing super specific to Razer:
It was actually this model.
MSI GT75 Titan 4K-247 17.3" Gaming Laptop, 4K G-Sync Display, Intel Core i9-9980HK, NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080, 64GB, 1TB NVMe SSD + 1TB HDD, Thunderbolt 3 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Q42ZLMM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_XpnxDb3YM1RYW
Only difference was that this one had the 4K panel.
MSI GT75 TITAN-249 17.3" Gaming Laptop, 144Hz G-Sync Display, Intel Core i7-9750H, NVIDIA GeForce RTX2070, 32GB, 512GB NVMe SSD + 1TB HDD, Thunderbolt 3 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Q34X8XL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_XYmxDbA4V0AMK
I found one similar, not the same though.
That has to be an error on that website. As far as I know, no Helios 300 exists at that price point with those specs. The one that they link to at the bottom of the page (for $1200) has 16GB of RAM and has an RTX 1660 Ti.
The closest model I could find on Amazon is $1,700 and it is the Triton 500. According to Acer's website, they do offer those specs as options for the Helios 300 but I couldn't find anything on Amazon (though to be honest, I didn't look all that hard) and I would imagine it would be more than $1200 and closer to $1700 (though I would love to be proven wrong because $1200 is my current budget!)
Do NOT get a cooling pad. It will help in the short-term. Over time, it will end up blowing more dust in to your internals causing your fans to ramp up harder.
Instead, get a quality stand like the one I'm using.
I hate to say it,
but what you've done is you've got a worse laptop than the nitro, the TUF series is absolute garbage, even worse than the Nitro
I don't know what price you got that laptop at, but I do know you're in India, and if this is in your budget, get it, that has a 10870h, which basically means you'll get equal, if not better gaming performance, and it has 8 cores, so you're definitely not lacking in the multitasking department, and it has a 3060, which is substantially better than any 1660ti, so if that's in your budget, return your TUF, and get the Helios.
Most free antivirus is going to be fine. If you're actively engaging in risky behavior, software torrenting for example, then having some redundancy and applying good practices is required.
e.g. Run something like Avast + Malwarebytes together. Don't pick bobstorrentserver.cn and shit too.
Realistically you're biggest issue will be getting caught by your ISP.
Windows 10's integrated virus scanner usually scores equal to or better than a lot of free stuff out there.
You can see reviews at this site: https://www.av-test.org/en/.
MS is currently middle/low of the pack but has been upper levels in other months. Just depends on the threats and updates going on.
I bought the same laptop 2 weeks ago purely for vr gaming and I replaced the ram with 2x16gb of these:
HyperX Impact DDR4 HX432S20IBK2/32 Memory 3200 MHz CL20 SODIMM 32 GB Kit (2x16 GB), black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BGLKD4M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_Z9K6FMGVFFPTKNT2T3CQ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Runs great, it’s definitely the best option for these laptops as most people will say. A bit pricey but worth it, if you’re looking to only upgrade to 16gb then just get 2x8gb of these (from what I’ve heard the stock 8gb ram in these laptops are trash and it won’t keep up with just adding 1 hyperx to it, so get a kit of 2 so it’s matched). These are the IBK2 which is the dual rank model: (HX432S20IBK2), don’t get the newer ones which are IB2K2 (HX432S20IB2K2) as those are only single rank and are also a bit more expensive.
There are cheaper options out there, but these are the best from what I’ve heard, I’m brand new to pc gaming but these have made a massive difference and run at full speed with no messing around, just install them and that’s it.
I bought this kit for my L5P. Base timings match the stock sticks, but the tRFC values are much lower, which should fix the performance problems.
If you are willing and can wait a month. New 3000 series laptops are coming out. If you need it sooner some options:
Yeah that's not good. You're probably experiencing some thermal throttling due to the high temperatures, which lowers performance.
I'd recommend installing MSI Afterburner so you can keep an eye on your temps. It's nice because it has an on screen display, I have mine set to show CPU temp, GPU temp, and framerate in the top left corner.
As far as cooling your laptop goes, definitely make sure the fans are not obstructed by anything. But, in my experience, laptop cooling pads to next to nothing to lower temperatures. I'd recommend following this guide on undervolting your CPU. It should drastically help lower your CPU temp and help your PC last longer
Not sure if links are allowed but I got the stand from amazon : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08PYZC64Z/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Before you buy it if you do, I would concern myself with the weight of your laptop because mine slides a bit if i move it too much. I got it for 9 dollars though so im pretty happy with it
I think CPU temp is not that much high. It won't throttle for long hours of gaming, but if you still want to reduce its temps, replace thermal paste with better one and buy a laptop stand or vacuum type laptop cooler stand like this one:
I prefer using MSI Afterburner for monitoring hardware info while gaming. Download the last version of it which is a beta version, it is compatible with Ryzen 5000 mobile processors.
Ah my bad mate, should read more thoroughly 😂 Here you go! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Adjustable-Portable-Aluminum-Foldable-Ventilated/dp/B08CSQ3VSW/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=laptop+stand&qid=1609605145&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzRVE5R0tSVExCUkFJJmVuY...
Everything I've heard on reddit and other forums says to avoid AMD products in laptops. The 2019 Helios 300 is just under $1200 right now, though that laptop is only 15". I know that line has 17" models but not sure on prices.
That being said, if this is what your heart is set on, obviously no one can give you a 100% answer. Amazon Prime Day was just last week and a lot of other businesses ran similar sales to try to snipe away some of Amazon's business. We are now getting into the back to school sales but there is no guarantee that what you want will go on sale (or if that sale would be worth the wait) so you could be waiting for nothing. Most brick and mortar stores (i.e. not Amazon) will refund you for any price changes if the price drops during your refund/exchange period (Best Buy will, for sure.)
Black Friday would probably be your best bet, but once again, no one can say for sure. I do want to reiterate that I think the 2019 Helios 300 is your best bet. I was a little miffed about the 15" screen but I eventually decided that investing in a nice (and bigger) external monitor would be better for gaming at home and that 15" would be good enough when out of town.
No, the Nitro already struggles to cope with a 5800H and 3060, this would probably explode in your face the moment you try to stress test it.
I'd suggest getting this instead, it's a 3060+10870h Helios, or wait for a Legion (3060+5800H+165hz panel) to come back in stock, and get that instead.
Mate you're tired of your GTX laptop... I have a pentium 1.1Ghz and GeForce MX110 as a laptop and it runs a block game at under 60fps thanks to my VERY poor CPU, also, I've had this laptop for over 2 years and still can't afford a PC ... try it yourself, you'll get like 200fps - Https://krunker.io You're tired of your laptop meanwhile I'm sitting here, wishing I could even afford half your laptop's specs
Its similar, but a restore point would be on the computer. Say if the hard drive crashes, you would lose all that. If you make a system image and save it on an external drive, you can just replace the hard drive and restore. Also say if you get a nasty virus, it might affect the restore points. There is more pros and cons out there.
This is one of the best and free software to make a system image: https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree
PC with 1 ultrawide + 2 vertical monitors at home.
For on the go, this laptop or zenbook duo, with dual portable screens like this
Something cheap like this does the trick,
But you might as well browse for something that fills your liking, cheers!
SOUNDANCE Laptop Cooling Pad with Low-Noise Fan and 3.0 USB Hubs, Ventilated Laptop Cooler Prevent Overheating, Ergonomic Laptop Stand Support Up to 17” Gaming Notebook Computer, Aluminum https://www.amazon.com/dp/B089YB9192/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_MDPZSSNYDWM9G5E22C09?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
It’s this one, gone through loads of laptop trays/desks in the past but this is my favourite by far. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08B7ZVVTY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_GKWSEY8CSSPS74B949DY?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
If you really want something different than windows defender I would recommend ESET INTERNET SECURITY. you can get it cheaper on amazon. I've been using it for last 10 years. Never had a problem. It's very lite on your system. False detection is very very very little to none. Of course you will have to combine it with your common sense. For VPN ExpressVPN is really good. Torrenting is allowed. It might seem expensive. But IMO totally worth it.
I'm a big fan of this one, had it a few months, it's been great!
Lenovo Legion 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop 144Hz AMD Ryzen 7-4800H 16GB RAM 512GB SSD RTX 2060 6GB Phantom Black - AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Octa-core - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB - (IPS) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08Q7BL7N1/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_glt_fabc_TRB7GV268XBREX0DJF1V?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
OMG I hate when you have to click through...
a landing page
then a retailer
Just go to NewEgg or Amazon already!
The laptop is 15.6 inches. This is the cooling pad
This is what ive been using for my zephyrus m15, it works extremely well.
That’s a pretty small price point, but I found this laptop if you can scrape up another 50 bucks or so, to get a good legit general gaming pc I think this might be your best option based on your budget.
Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop, 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9300H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650, 15.6" Full HD IPS Display, 8GB DDR4, 256GB NVMe SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Backlit Keyboard, Alexa Built-in, AN515-54-5812 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086KJBKDW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_.Pv3FbM4RG2R2
No laptop is better than this at $1000. Best thermals, Best screen. Best CPU, decent GPU. Has a mux switch for a bit more fps.
OMEN by HP 2018 15-inch Gaming Laptop with 144hz GSync Display, Intel i7-8750H Processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB, 32 GB RAM DDR4 2666Mhz, 512 GB SSD PCIE NVMe SSD, Windows 10 (15-dc0045nr). OMEN by HP 2018 15-inch Gaming Laptop with 144hz GSync Display, Intel i7-8750H Processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB, 32 GB RAM DDR4 2666Mhz, 512 GB SSD PCIE NVMe SSD, Windows 10 (15-dc0045nr) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07H9XPF1S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_LcokCbR9RZGGW
Amazon has this currently for 1600. The real question is battery life under what conditions. You can get up to 5 hours with this, but not while it's running full gaming mode. I haven't properly tested battery life in full throttle mode though, but it seems like 2 hours or so.
My only gripe so far is that the keyboard backlight is only red.
That is amazing for the price. The performance will probably be close to where my gaming desktop was a year or two ago, so you should be able to handle GTA5, Fallout4, and a good assortment of triple-As at fairly good settings at 1080p. I will recommend a 16gb upgrade kit.
Use CPU-Z to find out if you have one or two sticks. If you have only 1 8gig stick right now you can upgrade it to 16 for like $31 or just get 2 of them if you have 2x4gb sticks right now
Edited to make fancy and provide more info
Sabrent Rocket I've read online they are one of the bests drives for the money. Currently sittings with one in my cart, 1TB for just under $120 USD. 3200 Mb per second DTR and PCI Express x4.
it's got close to the same stats as the Samsung 970 EVO Plus but $60.00 USD cheaper.
Keep an eye on your temps is the first thing to do really. Make sure it isn't floating at 95c or thermal throttling under load. If it isn't doing that then you're good.
https://www.hwinfo.com/download/ is a good place to start. GPUz might be worth grabbing also.
https://www.flipkart.com/acer-predator-helios-300-core-i7-11th-gen-16-gb-1-tb-hdd-512-gb-ssd-windows-10-home-6-graphics-nvidia-geforce-rtx-3060-165-hz-ph315-54-gaming-laptop/p/itm8174f86902eaa?pid=COMG5ZEZ8W9XJVRN&marketplace=FLIPKART. I didn't watched videos about it but it seems a good deal in India (I don't live in India). There is an Indian subreddit for all gaming and tech deals (Indiangaming).
It keeps your GPU drivers up to date, I will say I haven't tried it for W11 though
Kryptex is good enough. But mining on a laptop is not a good idea. If you do - make sure not to overheat it. Anyway - I saw people mining on legion with 1050ti. https://www.kryptex.org/en/overclocking/lenovo-legion-nvidia-gtx-1050-ti-mobilnaia
As for mem size it does not affect mining. Only GPU memory matters.
Redragon Draconic k530 bro. It's now 59.99 $ in Amazon .
I just ordered this ram. It has the best CL I've found that should be supported by this laptop. It arrives tomorrow so I can let you know once I get it installed https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08M3TSWMQ/ref=cm_sw_r_sm_apa_glt_fabc_9F7AT59HYMYNMNKFVAYA
That's not the same laptop. It's the standard Legion 5, which has a different chassis with all-plastic construction and lower specs. The screen is garbage on that model - very poor response times and color accuracy. If you're looking to spend under $1k before tax this one has a better screen.
Amazon.com: Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS Screen, AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Processor, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti, Windows 10, 82B1000AUS, Phantom Black: Computers & Accessories used like new ones can save a lot of money
Amazon.com: Lenovo Legion 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop 144Hz AMD Ryzen 7-4800H 16GB RAM 512GB SSD RTX 2060 6GB Phantom Black - AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Octa-core - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB - (IPS): Computers & Accessories
You can go usb-c to HDMI no problem. They're not too expensive either.
This should be able to run those games, but it i were you I’d save up and not cheap out or you’ll have to upgrade In a few years if you want to play more extensive games
Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop, 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9300H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650, 15.6" Full HD IPS Display, 8GB DDR4, 256GB NVMe SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Backlit Keyboard, Alexa Built-in, AN515-54-5812 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086KJBKDW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_UPNbGbR4HRCEX
Great option, and for a bit more you can get RTX 2060: https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-Legion-Gaming-7-4800H-Phantom/dp/B08Q7BL7N1/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Rtx+2060+legion+5+144hz&qid=1609269273&s=electronics&sr=1-3
I would suggest that item to reduce the heat and avoid potential future problems with something becoming too hot when playing. https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Aluminum-Foldable-Laptop-Laptops/dp/B07GFF82DP
It is never good to put a laptop flat like this, I know people do it , but it is a bad example to follow.It will improve the life of your overall computer.Basically do not put something directly underneath the computer.
Sorry I don't remember the exact brand, a lot of brands sell it with the same design, the closest one I could find was https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Desk%EF%BC%8CLaptop-Adjustable-Ergonomic-Compatible/dp/B08H1WTMBJ
The ASUS range is best value for money. I would have purchased this one from amazon if Australia didn’t impose an import tax on it that offset the value. If you can wait for it to go on special, it’s an excellent buy.
Otherwise the latest gen ASUS Predator with a 1060 is a bargain buy now.
I would say now is an okay time if you could use a new one now. There isn't anything too revolutionary around the corner. I would argue that the 'revolutions' (AMD Ryzen 4000 series, Nvidia Turing technology, and NVMe solid state drives which are like 7 times faster than already blazing fast SSDs) just happened and now is a good time to get in.
This is currently perhaps the most popular deal right now for $1000 if you live in the USA.
I purchased it locally for about $2200 but you can find it on amazon with less storage https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-Display-i7-10750H-Keyboard-G712LW-ES74/dp/B0865QQBFL/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=g17&qid=1601490163&sr=8-2
Just found this one too on amazon. And no problem.
MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 15.6" FHD 144Hz 3ms Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-10750H RTX2070 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD Win 10 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_gvg2EbXMTQ12A
Really nice setup.
Check out these for the stand if you’re always gonna have it on a flat surface. Can’t go wrong for the price and they’re well made. I guarantee they’ll get the air flowing better than a stand with less air flow that costs like 3 times the price.
If you want something more solid, but still portable, look for the aluminum x-stand on amazon. It’s like $25.
The Acer Predator Helios 300 is going to be the best laptop you can purchase in this price range. The only downside is you will need to add another hard drive for more storage. Thankfully that upgrade is pretty cheap.
edit - https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Predator-Overclockable-Aeroblade-PH315-51-78NP/dp/B07CTHLX8C/
Buy this instead. More reliable RAM and significantly cheaper. It's what I am running in my system.
Same legion as you linked but with a more reasonable amount of ram.
I'd go it or the second Scar.
Checkout Ninite https://ninite.com/
It's a program that allows you to one click install a bunch of free commonly used software that you'd want to install on a new system, like Chrome, 7 zip, Spotify.
Here this one was it, 4800h was going for cheaper but it didn't specify 144hz even tho it should have been , eitherways went for 5600h cuz didn't want to deal with returning it back
the build quality is super nice, it is a bit heavy but which gaming laptop isn't, give me ur discord and I'll send u the thermals in game
Here's the link- https://www.flipkart.com/lenovo-ideapad-gaming-core-i7-10th-gen-8-gb-512-gb-ssd-windows-10-home-4-graphics-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-120-hz-3-15imh05-laptop/p/itmca298edf4bb2e?pid=COMG3HHRMGSUZATZ&lid=LSTCOMG3HHRMGSUZATZHSVRV1&marketplace=FL...
Re: x8 or x16 - Install HWINFO and check "number of bank groups" [Screenshot]
When launching HWiNFO, ensure "Summary only" is checked when prompted.
Would you mind producing the screen model number?
If you don't know how to retrieve it you can just go to:
Device Manager > Double click on "Monitors" > Double click on the Lenovo Display underneath > Go to "Details" tab > Change Property to "Hardware Ids".
If that doesn't work HWiNFO can also provide it.
It’s a 240hz VA panel .5ms response off of Amazon. Pretty good monitor for the money even though it isn’t IPS
Limited-time deal: AOC C27G2Z 27" Curved Frameless Ultra-Fast Gaming Monitor, FHD 1080p, 0.5ms 240Hz, FreeSync, HDMI/DP/VGA, Height Adjustable, 3-Year Zero Dead Pixel Guarantee, Black, 27" FHD Curved https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088LG2BSW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_dl_GWSKAMMJXR54ANF1NM07?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
https://www.flipkart.com/msi-gf65-thin-hexa-core-i5-10th-gen-16-gb-512-gb-ssd-windows-10-home-6-graphics-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1660-ti-144-hz-10sdr-1283in-gaming-laptop/p/itmea725df13b5ce?pid=COMG2HCTK94YJZXG&lid=LSTCOMG2HCTK94YJZXGQ2ZSTI&marketplace=FLIPKART&q=gaming+laptop&store=6bo%2Fb5g&srno=s_1_1&otracker=AS_QueryStore_OrganicAutoSuggest_3_13_na_na_na&otracker1=AS_QueryStore_OrganicAutoSuggest_3_13_na_na_na&fm=SEARCH&iid=5da07a56-b8b2-415d-a3b1-b14ad2b2f292.COMG2HCTK94YJZXG.SEARCH&ppt=sp&ppn=sp&ssid=2bl4c1poz40000001631693207417&qH=da5ee6f53d84b3c2 this one is good
The best I could find. It was in stock like yesterday, but now its not.
hey if you can afford up to 1L and wait for stock id recommend the asus zephyrus m15.
(i dont have hands on experience but it offers a lot more than laptops at that price range)
Rtx 3060 model expected price: 1.45Lakh. It will be overpriced and we never know when they will be launching it.
If u ask me, I'll suggest you to get this bad boy: https://www.flipkart.com/asus-rog-strix-g15-ryzen-7-octa-core-5800h-16-gb-1-tb-ssd-windows-10-home-6-gb-graphics-nvidia-geforce-rtx-3060-g513qm-hn319ts-gaming-laptop/p/itm91b2fcd78aee6?pid=COMGFVWM2NHPFKVR&otracker=wishlist&lid=LSTCOMGFVWM...
get a normal laptop and play on PS5, if gaming isnt that important.
laptop i'd recommend.
if battery life is not a concern this is better in every way (for gaming). faster screen, better colours, faster cpu in gaming, better thermals...
helios has a superior display, quality control, and 3060 90w is like 40% faster than 1660ti
The other laptop is HP OMEN Please help me decide between the both
The range for a gtx 1650 laptop is too much in India (goes for 50ishK to like 75) and the 1650ti is not really a good upgrade to it
So I'd suggest trying going a bit out of your budget to get this
Or try for some 1650 and not waste the extra 25k on a more expensive 1650/1650ti in my opinion
I use CPUID Hardware monitor (https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html)
And about the warranty, yes, my unit comes with one year of Legion Ultimate Support and 3 months of Accidental Damage Protection, but you can upgrade if you want
There's a 60fps mod for Pokemon Sword/Shield on the official yuzu site. Check this out. My Omen 15 unit(R7+2060) is going to be delivered tomorrow. This is the first game I will play XD
it's new one here
Can you install HWMonitor? it is a handy little app that gives you a lot of information in real time of temps and other interesting stuff. Stress load you PC in playing a demanding game and check the temps of the CPU.
If you can do it, thanks in advance for the feedback.
oh lol. just saw it.
what you need to do when it arrives. install HWMonitor https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html and search for the GPU inside.
that's the only thing i can suggest
https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskmark/ Run this and see what your read and write speeds are. If they are around 4,000+, this is much faster than NVME Gen 3.
To attempt to answer all your questions:
I hope this helps, man. Let me know if you have any other questions.
for your budget you're only really going to find a GTX 1650, you have the option between HP Pavillion Gaming 15 and the Lenovo idea gaming 3
they both have the gtx 1650 but the hp has an i5 while the lenova has an ryzen 5 cpu. from what I gathered the i5 out performs the r5 because they have a clock speed of up to 4.4GHz, compared to the 4.6GHz on the i5.
go with the HP and upgrade the ram to 16gb, possibly the ssd to 1tb or more later
If you get any razer you want to get a Razer Blade Pro 17", like this for instance: https://www.amazon.com/Razer-Blade-Gaming-Laptop-2021/dp/B0996XWDQY/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=razer%2Bblade%2Bpro%2B17&qid=1628095287&s=electronics&sr=1-3&th=1
The 17" usually has a higher wattage GPU, and you want to get an 11th gen intel for TB4, paying similar prices for last gen hardware is just weird.
Though, if I were you, I would get a Legion 5 Pro 3070 140W, a legion 7 intel, or a razer blade pro 17" 11th gen intel QHD either 165HZ or 240HZ.
Maybe it didn't provide good air flow? I'm using one similar to this one with my g17 and I have no heating problems.
Also be sure your laptop is not in silent mode in Armoury crate because that reduce fan speed.
Thank you sir! Would you happen to know if this is the good stuff?
TEAMGROUP Elite DDR4 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB) 3200MHz PC4-25600 CL22 Unbuffered Non-ECC 1.2V SODIMM 260-Pin Laptop Notebook PC Computer Memory Module Ram Upgrade - TED432G3200C22DC-S01-32GB https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08T17RQ87/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_PW2RCMNCM15604XFR7HN
This is a nice laptop has a 3050ti ryzen 7 5th gen and it’s legion 5 which was one of the best in 2020
if it the 4 vram 3050 version? i prefer you get a laptop with 6gb vram like the HP Pavilion 16. Better performance.
Wanted to go with the Hyper X kit, but I decided to give this TeamGroup Kit a shot. It seems that it does indeed perform better than stock, while also being Dual Rank.
Alienware is better yet but it's good to have options.
>are you able to link me what ram you used mate? as stated below in another comment, here are my temps from the bench mark:
Those temps are pretty high actually, but TimeSpy CPU test does hit the CPU hard and causes my CPU temps to also climb very high. But I'm also using a thin and light GS66.
Were those temps at auto or max fans? If at auto, please use max fans and try again.
Also looks like you need to undervolt. -70mV should work without issue on most 11800H.
This ram is not SPD to 3200Mhz so instead it will default to lower 2666Mhz out of box. But it's XMP profile is very fast ram at 3000Mhz CL16 at just 1.2v through use of XMP or custom profile in the MSI BIOS. I use XMP profile run 3200Mhz CL16 18 34 1T at just 1.2v. I then lower the TRFC and up the TREFI.
Here are the 2 I was looking at
Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS Screen, AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Processor, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti, Windows 10, 82B1000AUS, Phantom Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BB9RWXD/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_glt_i_JYTAZQAMGQPCBM5A2NYD
Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop, 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060, 15.6" Full HD IPS 144Hz Display, 16GB DDR4, 256GB NVMe SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Waves MaxxAudio, Backlit Keyboard, AN515-54-728C https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08777BH1B/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_glt_i_563CK0V4XSZGE43G23NK
a stand something like this and the modem gone & you'd have plenty of room. it looks good and wish I could get mine that cleaned up, i think my plans just changed... 'grats on the lappy, btw!