HP Victus 16-d0057ng
Reviews for the HP Victus 16-d0057ng
In my HP Victus 16 review, the laptop performed admirably in terms of performance and graphics, but it falls short in terms of build quality and battery life. I didn’t care for the laptop’s keyboard, and the fans frequently muffled the speakers. This was not a well-rounded laptop, in my opinion. The fact that the Victus is a beast under the hood remains unaffected. The primary use-case for a gaming laptop is ‘gaming,’ and the Victus excels in this regard. It’s, without a doubt, one of the most capable mid-range laptops I’ve seen this year. The fact that you can immediately undervolt the CPU from the software makes everything even better. There are a few things about the Victus that I’d change, but performance isn’t one of them. The Victus 16 isn’t inexpensive, but it makes few compromises in terms of performance, earning it a strong recommendation. You can’t go wrong with the Victus 16 if you’re looking for a mid-range powerhouse and are willing to make a few concessions.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/02/2022
Source: Matthew Moniz
Review of the HP Victus 16 and comparing it to the HP Omen 15. The Victus is a nice gaming laptop that performs very well for the price but it's not perfect. Hopefully this will help you make the decision between the Omen 15 or Victus 16.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/02/2021
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