TONGFANG GK5CN5Z and TONGFANG GK5CN6Z

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  1. Phoenix1221

    Phoenix1221 Notebook Consultant

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    Thank you, I will send it back one of these days but I use my laptop too much, so I'm waiting for the perfect opportunity really. When it comes to the PSU, my PC works with the 150W one, so not sure how the 180W would change anything. If they replaced it for free I'd take it but otherwise I don't think I'll see a huge improvement otherwise.
     
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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    squallmx Notebook Enthusiast

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    Now even lower prices: 599/999/1299
     
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    Tory Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi! They replaced my screen because of the light leak, clean work and it's working fine now.

    Regarding the PSU I asked for a 180W before sending the computer, they first told me it was ok but when they had it they told me my chassis (15" with 1060) isn't compatible with the 180W PSU...
    I'm not so much into gaming or heavy things now so I just use the 150W one.
     
  5. Antoine van Daalen

    Antoine van Daalen Notebook Guru

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    Weird.. Laptop Plus replaced my 150W PSU for a 180W PSU because it need more power.


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  6. Phoenix1221

    Phoenix1221 Notebook Consultant

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    Yeah this "not compatible" thing is just an excuse imo. Other than the light leak issue, is the new screen better looking? Or just basically the same with no leak?
     
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    Installed64 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Not sure if you can beat $999 for the 8750H + GTX1060 with a 144hz panel. The 17.3” model is excellent at that price too, if you can justify 32GB of RAM... or even if you can’t!
     
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    I'm really tempted to jump on this as I have been seriously looking at the eluktronics mech g2 recently. The only thing holding me back is the OP brand. It should be the exact same machine, right? Anyone have experience with Walmart's return policy if it is needed? Any restocking fees or anything?
     
  9. Installed64

    Installed64 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Walmart gives you 15 days to return computers, should be more than enough time to take it for a test drive. https://help.walmart.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3228/~/returns,-replacements-and-refunds#R4

    Here's some insight on the sale from Bob Of All Trades:
     
  10. domoMK4

    domoMK4 Notebook Enthusiast

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    The return window is extended during Christmas time, I believe it is January 10th (could be off a couple days) that it must be returned by. Plenty of time to give a proper test drive! Also, there is no restocking fee.
     
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