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dell g7 15 7500 (i7-10750h/16gb/1tb ssd/rtx 2070 max-q 8gb) win 10, 15.6" oled uhd (4k) 300 ghz

Hello. Please i need help. I found this laptop (dell g7 15 7500 (i7-10750h/16gb/1tb ssd/rtx 2070 max-q 8gb) win 10, 15.6" oled uhd (4k) 300 ghz) for 1.850 euros. Would you recommend buying it??

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It depends, what is your budget and what do you want to use it for? Have you looked at any other options or is this the first laptop you've looked at?

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Just now, AMD A10-9600P said:

It depends, what is your budget and what do you want to use it for? Have you looked at any other options or is this the first laptop you've looked at?

I am looking for weeks. I want a laptop that is around 1000-2000 and with a sale i hope for something around 1500. I want a laptop that can play latest games at ultra settings at 40-60 fps. 40-60 fps with 1440p or 1080 p because i know that it is impossible to do this with 4k

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Look up video reviews for the specific machine you want to buy, I find those most useful when shopping. With a mobile i7 and 2070 you'll get worse performance than on the desktop, but at least at 1440p you should get really good frame rates, I'm not sure of the exact numbers though.

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2 minutes ago, AMD A10-9600P said:

Look up video reviews for the specific machine you want to buy, I find those most useful when shopping. With a mobile i7 and 2070 you'll get worse performance than on the desktop, but at least at 1440p you should get really good frame rates, I'm not sure of the exact numbers though.

I saw 2 videos that only exist. They say thermals is a  bad but can be handled a bit with a cooling pad and that it has 60hz which is bad. I usually play singleplayer games so i don't mind 60 hz that much. I know max q is a bit problem but still very decent for a laptop nowadays. I have 1gb graphics card laptop and i want to upgrade so as to be able to play at 1440p 50 +fps at games like assasins creed valhala and far cry 6 that will come out soon . Now i dont mind setting  the settings to medium or high with 1440p as long as i can get around 50 fps. Now i see other options but for my budget this is the best. I would want something a bit better like 3070 laptop but is out of budget. I know with any laptop that has 2070 i will not be able to play at 4k ultra 60 fps. So should i buy it or do you have a better option to suggest. One last question. Should i buy an rtx 2070 or 2070maxq laptop with 8gb vram or a laptop with rtx 3060 and 6gb vram???

 

 

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I'd go high refresh over 4k. So. It'd be a pass for me.

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Just now, dizmo said:

I'd go high refresh over 4k. So. It'd be a pass for me.

Well it has 4k but it is 60hz. Should i go for it or get a 1080p 120-300hz with rtx3060? 

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Just now, ChrisK. said:

Well it has 4k but it is 60hz. Should i go for it or get a 1080p 120-300hz with rtx3060? 

I just said I wouldn't get it 😛

I'd go for a different system with a high refresh panel.

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Just now, dizmo said:

I just said I wouldn't get it 😛

I'd go for a different system with a high refresh panel.

Does a rtx 3060 laptop with i7 120hz or 240hz 16ram and 1tb space is better than this 4k laptop?

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Does a rtx 3060 laptop with i7 120hz or 240hz 16ram and 1tb space is better than this 4k laptop?

You'd have to check reviews. I don't really follow mobile GPU performance numbers.

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Just now, dizmo said:

You'd have to check reviews. I don't really follow mobile GPU performance numbers.

Well rtx 3060 gets some more fps but has only 6 gb vram. If s game that will be released need more than 6??? Rtx 2070 has8. However not that much fps. So 3060 or.2070 what would you say?

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Just now, dizmo said:

You'd have to check reviews. I don't really follow mobile GPU performance numbers.

Do you know somebody who can help me?

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Just now, ChrisK. said:

Well rtx 3060 gets some more fps but has only 6 gb vram. If s game that will be released need more than 6??? Rtx 2070 has8. However not that much fps. So 3060 or.2070 what would you say?

I don't think the lower VRAM is really going to affect you if you're aiming for high refresh at a lower resolution.

Just now, ChrisK. said:

Do you know somebody who can help me?

Nope.

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Just now, dizmo said:

I don't think the lower VRAM is really going to affect you if you're aiming for high refresh at a lower resolution.

Nope.

If you had to choose would you go 3060 or 2070?

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17 minutes ago, ChrisK. said:

I saw 2 videos that only exist. They say thermals is a  bad but can be handled a bit with a cooling pad and that it has 60hz which is bad. I usually play singleplayer games so i don't mind 60 hz that much. I know max q is a bit problem but still very decent for a laptop nowadays. I have 1gb graphics card laptop and i want to upgrade so as to be able to play at 1440p 50 +fps at games like assasins creed valhala and far cry 6 that will come out soon . Now i dont mind setting  the settings to medium or high with 1440p as long as i can get around 50 fps. Now i see other options but for my budget this is the best. I would want something a bit better like 3070 laptop but is out of budget. I know with any laptop that has 2070 i will not be able to play at 4k ultra 60 fps. So should i buy it or do you have a better option to suggest. One last question. Should i buy an rtx 2070 or 2070maxq laptop with 8gb vram or a laptop with rtx 3060 and 6gb vram???

 

 

Have a look at the Zephyrus G14, I've only ever heard positive things about it. It is a tad smaller, but has better thermals

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Just now, AMD A10-9600P said:

Have a look at the Zephyrus G14, I've only ever heard positive things about it. It is a tad smaller, but has better thermals

Yeah i know it but the 14inch prevents me. I want 15.6. And if it is 17 still better. Can you suggest a 15.6 or 17 that whould do my job??

 

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Just now, AMD A10-9600P said:

Have a look at the Zephyrus G14, I've only ever heard positive things about it. It is a tad smaller, but has better thermals

And with better thermals too?

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Just now, ChrisK. said:

Yeah i know it but the 14inch prevents me. I want 15.6. And if it is 17 still better. Can you suggest a 15.6 or 17 that whould do my job??

 

Unfortunately with laptops you usually have to find areas in which you will be happy to compromise. I don't know of any other gaming laptops that get as positive reviews as the Zephyrus. I think Dell do a 17 incher. But go for 1080p and high refresh. At 15.6" you won't really see a benefit with a 4K panel, and that panel will absolutely tank frame rates and battery life, plus it will only support 60Hz

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2 minutes ago, ChrisK. said:

And with better thermals too?

Yes the Zephyrus has better thermals. That's thanks to better design, but also due to the fact that it uses AMD rather than Intel

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Just now, AMD A10-9600P said:

Yes the Zephyrus has better thermals. That's thanks to better design, but also due to the fact that it uses AMD rather than Intel

So 1080 and high refresh rate is better than 4k?? But in some years 3 for example won't 1080p be old?? Like how 720p is for us now?

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Yes the Zephyrus has better thermals. That's thanks to better design, but also due to the fact that it uses AMD rather than Intel

What's the company who has better thermals at these price? And even better if you can tell me specific series such as zephyrus?

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2 minutes ago, ChrisK. said:

So 1080 and high refresh rate is better than 4k?? But in some years 3 for example won't 1080p be old?? Like how 720p is for us now?

Yes 1080p and high refresh is better. Well yeah, all technology gets outdated at some point, but for now 1080p is your best option. Realistically, on a 15 inch laptop you won't see a huge benefit with 4K, and it will also ruin the frame rates, especially when you start to play the absolute latest games.

 

2 minutes ago, ChrisK. said:

What's the company who has better thermals at these price? And even better if you can tell me specific series such as zephyrus?

Again, the Zephyrus has better thermals. The specific series is the ASUS ROG Zephyrus, I'm not entirely sure what you mean, sorry?

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2 minutes ago, ChrisK. said:

So 1080 and high refresh rate is better than 4k?? But in some years 3 for example won't 1080p be old?? Like how 720p is for us now?

Yes 1080p and high refresh is better. Well yeah, all technology gets outdated at some point, but for now 1080p is your best option. Realistically, on a 15 inch laptop you won't see a huge benefit with 4K, and it will also ruin the frame rates, especially when you start to play the absolute latest games.

 

2 minutes ago, ChrisK. said:

What's the company who has better thermals at these price? And even better if you can tell me specific series such as zephyrus?

Again, the Zephyrus has better thermals. The specific series is the ASUS ROG Zephyrus, I'm not entirely sure what you mean, sorry?

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Yes 1080p and high refresh is better. Well yeah, all technology gets outdated at some point, but for now 1080p is your best option. Realistically, on a 15 inch laptop you won't see a huge benefit with 4K, and it will also ruin the frame rates, especially when you start to play the absolute latest games.

 

Again, the Zephyrus has better thermals. The specific series is the ASUS ROG Zephyrus, I'm not entirely sure what you mean, sor

Yeah you answered me. So if it was to choose between 1080p 120hz and 4k 60hz you would choose 1080p? But will 1080p satisfy me for 5 years? Because i took a 720p laptop 3 years before and i have to say that i don't like it now. Well of course if it had better specs 720 p at ultra would be fine

 

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1 minute ago, ChrisK. said:

Yeah you answered me. So if it was to choose between 1080p 120hz and 4k 60hz you would choose 1080p? But will 1080p satisfy me for 5 years? Because i took a 720p laptop 3 years before and i have to say that i don't like it now. Well of course if it had better specs 720 p at ultra would be fine

 

Yep sorry for some reason it sent twice. Obviously it’s down to you, and you can get 4K and be ok with it, but for gaming it’s not really worth it. For gaming you want a higher refresh rate for higher frame rates and a decent resolution, but not the largest, so the 120Hz 1080p panel is the best for gaming.

 

I’ve just recently bought a 1080p laptop with the aim of it lasting me 4 or 5 years, and on a laptop 1080p is honestly just great. It means i get longer battery life, and (when I rarely play games) can play them on higher settings. 4K I can recommend more if all you’re doing is editing documents, browsing the web and watching content. 1080p is better suited to gaming, especially with the higher refresh rate.

 

I’ve also been using a 720p laptop for the past few months and it’s 7 years old, so make of that what you will. The screen still looks fine, but keep in mind that 1080p is a much higher resolution than 720, so it will look a hell of a lot better for longer. Sadly all tech eventually gets old, but I can’t imagine 1080p being completely abandoned within the next 5 years. Going from 720p to 1080p you will notice a massive, massive difference.

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Laptop - ASUS ZenBook 14 with ScreenPad, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU, 2x8GB 4200MHz, MX450 2GB, 512GB SSD

 

Old Laptop 1 - HP Pavilion 15, A10-9600P, R5 iGPU, 8GB, R8 M445DX, 2TB HDD

 

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