Description says what components you are getting. The problem with laptops is that you never know how those components play together. And in such thing as "gaming laptop" thermal throttling is, at least for me, the biggest concern. Who cares how fast your GPU or CPU can (theoretically) be, if it's clocked down all the time, right? That's why I decided to run couple tests before deciding to keep this laptop. You can see most of it on the screenshots.
I ran Unigine Heaven until GPU temp stabilized, in this case at around 70*C and then ran actual benchmark. In all tests laptop was sitting flat on the desk, in room with ambient at around 76*F. Same story with Cinebench - I run it 5 times and kept score only for the last test (last 4 tests had almost same score).
CPU is "rated" at 2.6GHz, but it will clock up to 4.2 GHz for short bursts. That can be seen especially in Cinebench test, where graph was pretty high at the beginning, but CPU stabilized at 3.2GHz and 70*C.
In practical gaming, GPU and CPU will sit at 70*C and laptop will be moderately loud. You can hear it, but if you wear headphones that play something you won't notice it. Top and keyboard also gets warm, so for longer sessions I would recommend getting separate keyboard.
Overall there's no unpleasant surprises and laptop should be able to handle all modern games without problems. Oh and if you never had experience with screen with above 60 Hz refresh rate, then you will be surprised how smooth everything feels. Same about G-sync and IPS panel - nothing wrong here. The only downside so far is that it shipped with "Home" version of Windows 10. Also don't expect much of battery life - I hope you know what you're getting - this class is more of a mobile PC than laptop. HP Support app confirmed that I have 1 year of warranty left.
|包装尺寸||59.44 x 34.54 x 6.86 cm; 2.92 公斤|
|电池||1 锂离子电池 电池(附带)|
|最大显示分辨率||1920 x 1080 像素|
|Hard Disk Rotational Speed||1 每分钟转数|
|显卡芯片||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070|
|光驱设备||No Optical Drive|
|操作系统||Windows 10 Home|