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- Very good build quality. Great feeling metal finish all around. Very polished and professional look. Doesn't look out of place in an office. The lid had a subdued matte + brushed finish which looks excellent.
- Surprisingly compact. I had an MSI gaming laptop before this one and I was shocked at the size difference between them. This thing is really compact for a 17" device.
- The screen is gorgeous. It's really the star of the show here. 4K + HDR. And yes, you can tell the difference between a 1080p screen, even on a laptop. Outstanding color vibrancy + accuracy. I do graphics design regularly for work and it's been a dream to work on. And it gets brighter than I reasonably need it to get. Small bezels are nice too. The hinge is very well built and smooth. The screen can't open up all the way flat, so be aware that it's limited in motion (but hasn't been a bother for me).
- The internal "Intel UHD Graphics 630" internal GPU has a hard time pumping pixels out to the 4K screen sometimes. Games running on the dedicated GPU (GTX 1660ti in my case) perform surprisingly well, but sometimes just moving stuff around in Windows on the integrated GPU feels sluggish, or sometimes 4K videos will stutter. In general it's fine, but little hiccups do happen. 4K gaming is doable at less-than-ultra specs. Gears 5 and Forza Horizon 4, for example, are very playable at 4K and look awesome.
- The gigabyte control center software is absolute garbage. Out of the $2k I paid for this thing, I'd guess that $20 went to an intern at Gigabyte and they had him rush it in at the very end of production. I can't believe how bad it is for how premium of a computer this otherwise is.
- The app doesn't open sometimes. Especially on battery.
- It's very "gamery", which is weird because the laptop doesn't have that same design aesthetic.
- It's slow to use (i.e. buttons don't respond quickly when clicked), even though it's whole job is just setting fan curves, keyboard colors, and some power profiles. It's sluggish and doesn't even do that much.
- There's shortcuts for Calculator and other built-in Windows apps... who asked for that??? It's just fluff. Get rid of it.
- It takes up too much system resources for what it does. CPU usage and memory go up too much when in foreground.
- The custom fan curve config tool is unusable (oh lord how I tried though). You can't just type in "40%" at "40 degrees" or whatever. You click and drag 14 dots around (no more, no less) on a chart and just kind of eyeball the temp and percent along the chart lines. Also, it doesn't let you set 0% fan speed I think (which "quiet mode" uses). It also doesn't like certain values for some reason and doesn't tell you why it won't accept them.
- The keyboard RGB config tool is laughably bad. You click a key and then set its color. For. Each. Key. No bulk-select options for per-key RGB (which was a selling point for this laptop, mind you). I could go on.
- They need to just make the API layer (or whatever) open-source and let people make their own tools that work and are lightweight. I actually don't care for any of the software they pre-load. The Azure AI thing seems real gimmicky. I reinstalled windows recently and haven't bothered with control center or the Azure software and honestly I've been less frustrated overall since then. I used to have this problem where it would take a full minute to wake up from sleep mode. Like I got to the windows login screen and could click my name, but couldn't scan my fingerprint or type my PIN for a solid minute until something finished loading in the background and let me continue. This stopped once I reinstalled Windows.
- The keyboard is solid. It's clicky and the per-key RGB aspect is really nice. Keys are spaced a little far apart, but that's fine.
- It would be cool if caps lock/num lock lit up a different color when they're on, because there's no indication.
- Speakers are decent. It gets as loud as I reasonably need it to get and they sound very clear overall. Stereo effect is noticeable and nice.
- Fans do a decent job at cooling, but it still gets hot. Like too hot to hold form the bottom while gaming, but gaming on a desk is fine. The fans are comically loud when at full speed (which only happens when you force it to full speed mode). But they push a ton of air out the back + sides. The top grille actually intakes cold air from the keyboard deck, which surprised me. The grille isn't just for looks.
- Coil whine is obnoxious. It's very noticeable in a silent room and can be very annoying at times. If any ambient sound is going on around you (even the fans), then it's fine, but in a quiet room it's very apparent and can be distracting. Unplugging from the AC adapter makes the problem basically go away entirely though.
- Be prepared for the fans to be on pretty much all the time. Both fans are tied together. So, even if the dedicated GPU isn't in use, the fan on the GPU side will spin up when the CPU side does... which is weird (my last laptop didn't do that). It has a "quiet" fan curve mode that makes the laptop dead silent... for a few seconds until the fans spin up a little, then go off, then repeat. It's periodically silent. I don't mind the fans too much, but it's something to be aware of.
- Trackpad is decent. Smooth. Good feeling overall. The fingerprint sensor is in the top left and blocks out that area of the trackpad, which isn't ideal. I wish they put it somewhere else.
- The fingerprint sensor is hard to find without looking. There's barely any edge around it and it blends in with the trackpad. Finding it in the dark is not intuitive. It works though.
- The marketing touts "All Intel" as a selling point, which I don't get. That basically means it has an intel CPU and SSD. Intel makes Wifi+bluetooth cards but they went with Killer, which I'd say is worse. I've had bluetooth go completely missing from device manager about 3 times now, which didn't happen with my last laptop that had an Intel wifi chip.
- Specs were on the lower side for the price. Mine came with 8GB ram and 256GB SSD, which are embarrassingly low specs for a $2k computer, especially in 2019. The value wasn't great in that regard. I bought the "cheaper" model and put in a $200 2TB Intel 660p SSD, then later also replaced the Intel 760p SSD with a faster Samsung EVO 960. I also swapped in a (free) 16GB ram stick in place of the 8GB Samsung one.
- Battery is excellent. Probably not as good as other laptops out there, but it can go 5 hours easy. I travel often and have taken it on 3 hour flights, then kept using it afterwards with no problem. I haven't seen a low battery warning since I bought it now that I think about it.
- The power brick it big, bulky, heavy, and takes a lot of juice. This comes with the territory of having a powerful laptop, so you shouldn't be surprised. Mine is rated at 230 watts. My gf's car's built-in power inverter can't run it while gaming on car trips. I've plugged into an airplane seat's AC outlet and it couldn't power it (even while not gaming). Most planes are fine though. Just be forewarned. It's hungry. Be ready to feed it.