what to choose.

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below are the "gaming " laptops I've narrowed it down to. It will be used for basic office , music and occasional gaming.
I like the lenovo looking at reviews it keeps cool , privacy shutter on camera, rtx gpu, and a decent keyboard among other things the only main downside I see is the lesser cpu compared to the HP which has a better cpu but lesser gpu and not as good keyboard but still ok.

So which to choose. better cpu lower gpu , or lower cpu better gpu

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/leno...-intel-i5-10300h-gaming-laptop-lt-00q-lv.html

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/hp-p...md-ryzen-7-4800h-gaming-laptop-lt-04y-hp.html
 
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Still trying to find out more info on specs such as colour range, brightness, etc etc and build quality , not the easiest to find
 
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I would say go for the 2060 model you unless you really need an eight core laptop cpu!

Even that said there’s on average an 8% difference between the gpu’s when I did my research over the weekend. I also learnt there is a bewildering array of laptop options and even with comparable components there can be so many other factors to consider.

For example the Gigabyte G5 has an excellent six core processor and a 3060, awesome. However it looks gash and is likely to be cheaply made at that price.

I ended up with a laptop with the Ryzen 7 4800HS and 1660ti but both are complete overkill for my laptop based needs but ‘came free’ with the type of laptop that I wanted (14 inch, doesn’t look like a gaming laptop, quality feel etc)
 
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