HP HP Days Sale: HP Victus 16" RTX 3050 Gaming Laptop $1150, HP 32" VA Monitor $280, HP Pavilion Gaming Keyboard $45 + More See the Best Deals from the HP Days Sale!

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Work, game or watch cat videos with new deals from HP, where their HP Days Sale continues with up to 55% off select desktops, laptops, monitors and accessories throughout the store.

We've listed a few featured configurations and coupon codes to give you an idea of what's available.

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  • HPDAYS75 – $75.00 off when you spend $350.00 or more

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The HP Days Sale is effective online for a limited time and HP offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • Very good deal if you missed the WalMart clearance on the Acer Swift 3. If you're upgrading RAM, make sure you buy a dual channel, lower latency kit as low latency is crucial for Zen 2 performance.

      Also, 45% NTSC coverage on the screen so average screen at best.

      Edit: Get two G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB DDR4-3200 CL18 so you can run it in dual channel mode at low latency. Assuming the 1st memory stick isn't soldered in.
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    • bilingual keyboard :(
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    • In general, is recommended to buy memory in kits vs single dimms (of the same brand\model) for dual channel use? I'm waiting for 2 Inspirons 15's with Ryzen 5 5500U to come in and was eyeing the G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB DDR4-3200 CL18 that @geokilla mentioned above. Of course there's a premium price but is it more just a "piece of mind" tax.
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    • Obviously not quite as hot as the Acer deal, but still pretty good...

      But a part of me thinks BF or BD will best this deal... thoughts?

      Thx OP for posting!
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    • Tyger wrote: In general, is recommended to buy memory in kits vs single dimms (of the same brand\model) for dual channel use? I'm waiting for 2 Inspirons 15's with Ryzen 5 5500U to come in and was eyeing the G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB DDR4-3200 CL18 that @geokilla mentioned above. Of course there's a premium price but is it more just a "piece of mind" tax.
      On custom desktops, you want two of the same RAM so they run at the same speeds and latency. On OEM prebuilts and most laptops, this isn't as important since you usually can't set the RAM speeds and timings in the BIOS. But for $40 for each stick as I linked, it doesn't hurt to get two try and get both at CL18. Again, make sure the laptop has two RAM slots and it's not soldered on.

      Let's say the RAM is soldered and runs at DDR-3200 CL30, while the other stick is a DDR-3200 at CL18. In this case, the CL18 stick will have no issues running at CL30 as you can always run RAM slower but it's hard to run it faster.
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    • a few questions:
      1. RAM upgradable? any soldered?
      2. SSD upgradable? 1 or 2 slots?
      3. one USBC port, can do PD and/or video out at 4k60? HDMI is 1.4 so no 4K60
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    • Chassis metal or plastic?
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    • wlee wrote: a few questions:
      1. RAM upgradable? any soldered?
      2. SSD upgradable? 1 or 2 slots?
      3. one USBC port, can do PD and/or video out at 4k60? HDMI is 1.4 so no 4K60
      Based solely on the youtube video of a similar HP laptop (same processor btw) I added to the original post it looks like there are 2 ram slots and only one SSD slot.
      Not sure about the usb c port.
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    • DogeMusk wrote: bilingual keyboard :(
      FYI - HP's bilingual keyboards are much "less bad" than others. I bought my mom the $250 HP from the recent Walmart deal, and was pleasantly surprised that I barely noticed it.

      I'd prefer English-only, but wouldn't rule out buying myself an HP bilingual in the future.
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    • polish_jr333 wrote: Chassis metal or plastic?
      Plastic by the looks of the video I added to the first post. Not really a surprise for the price.
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    • Can this be upgraded to Win11?
      Is this still a good deal even without upgrading the RAM (if it's even possible to upgrade)?

      Looks like it'll come to $600 even after tax and 8% back from Rakuten in Ontario. I believe HP comes with a 30 day warranty, but am looking to confirm. Not sure if I should wait for BF.
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    • how is this HP compare to the last HP Game Laptop? I miss that deal :-(
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    • d_source wrote: Can this be upgraded to Win11?
      Is this still a good deal even without upgrading the RAM (if it's even possible to upgrade)?

      Looks like it'll come to $600 even after tax and 8% back from Rakuten in Ontario. I believe HP comes with a 30 day warranty, but am looking to confirm. Not sure if I should wait for BF.
      Yes it will get Windows 11 upgrade.

      My total with tax to MB was $644.89. 8% rakuten on that amount would be $51.60 so about $593.30 net cost.

      Warranty is 1 year I believe. 30 day returns. Not sure about who would pay to ship it back if it wasn't defective.
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    • DogeMusk wrote: bilingual keyboard :(
      RubberCheese wrote: FYI - HP's bilingual keyboards are much "less bad" than others. I bought my mom the $250 HP from the recent Walmart deal, and was pleasantly surprised that I barely noticed it.

      I'd prefer English-only, but wouldn't rule out buying myself an HP bilingual in the future.

      Fyi, hp bilingual keyboards aren't typically bad...

      It says "Canada bilingual keyboard (supports English and French languages)", but most hp laptops i've had said the same thing and have the standard ANSI layout (horizontal enter and long shift key) instead of the iso layout (vertical enter, short left shift, etc). This should be the same and just have bilingual markings on the keyboard.

      Sharing this $0.02 just in case someone decides to turn an otherwise good deal down because they see "bilingual".
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    • How do you get the $75 coupon?
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    • advantage21 wrote: How do you get the $75 coupon?
      As per OP:

      Use Coupon code HPDAYS75 for $75 off and go through Rakuten for 8% cashback
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    • Hmm buy this or wait for BF?

      Bought the kid one last year and it got water damaged (not there fault), warranty expired just days prior to the water damage.
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    • JonSnow wrote: Hmm buy this or wait for BF?

      Bought the kid one last year and it got water damaged (not there fault), warranty expired just days prior to the water damage.

      Fyi, water damage is not covered by warranty.

      https://www.hp.com/us-en/privacy/limited_warranty.html

      This HP Limited Warranty does not apply to expendable or consumable parts, with the exception of HP printing supplies and certain rechargeable batteries as specified below, and does not extend to any HP Hardware Product from which the serial number has been removed or that has been damaged or rendered defective
      • as a result of accident, misuse, liquid spills, abuse, contamination, improper or inadequate maintenance or calibration, or other external causes;
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    • JonSnow wrote: Hmm buy this or wait for BF?

      Bought the kid one last year and it got water damaged (not there fault), warranty expired just days prior to the water damage.
      With the 8% cashback, I'd pull the trigger now if it were me. There isn't much <$600 with decent specs as this HP. Alls it needs is a $50 sodimm upgrade & you're good to go. You kid will love it.
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