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This RTX 4060-powered HP laptop is wonderfully cheap, today only

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My jaw dropped when I first laid eyes on this laptop deal. HP’s selling the RTX-loaded HP Victus gaming laptop for $999.99, which is a massive savings of $400 — a deal so good, it ends at midnight.

This rig comes with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 GPU as well as an AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS CPU, which is a powerful combination for the price. You should be able to play most games on the High or Ultra graphics preset, depending on the intensity of said game and whether it supports Nvidia’s vaunted DLSS technology. HP’s laptop should also be able to blaze right through day-to-day productivity tasks.

The HP Victus is rocking an AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS CPU, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of PCIe NVMe SSD storage. According to the manufacturer, this laptop lasts up to eight hours and 45 minutes on a single charge. That said, gaming laptops aren’t known for having good battery life, so the end result may be a lot shorter — especially when you’re playing game. The display is rather spacious at 16.1 inches and has a resolution of 1920×1080 as well as a maximum brightness of 300 nits.

This is a killer deal, especially with that powerful CPU/GPU combination. The flash sale that made it so cheap ends at midnight tonight, so don’t delay!

Get the HP Victus gaming laptop for $999.99 at HP

Ashley is a professional writer and editor with a strong background in tech and pop culture. She has written for high traffic websites such as Polygon, Kotaku,, and Nerdist. In her off time, she enjoys playing video games, reading science fiction novels, and hanging out with her rescue greyhound.

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