MAINGEAR Vector Pro (2021) 17.3 inch RTX 3080 Gaming Laptop, AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX Processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 16GB GPU, 17.3 inch 165Hz QHD Display, 64GB DDR4 RAM, 2TB NVMe SSD, Windows 10 Pro

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  • AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX Processor 3.3GHz, 8-Core CPU with Turbo Boost Speed up to 4.6GHz, ultimate laptop computer for gaming, content creation, and streaming
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 16GB GDDR6 GPU graphic card and 64GB DDR4-3200MHz SODIMM RAM (2x32GB) Memory for immersive gameplay domination
  • 17.3 inches Quad HD (2560x1440) LCD Narrow Bezel Display, support 165Hz refresh rate, effectively smooth out gameplay and leads to less stuttering issues
  • Windows 10 Pro + 2xTB NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive, make this gaming notebook load fast for gaming work home and study, and no overheat with built in dual cooler fan. 4-zone RGB Keyboard
  • Thin and light aluminum magnesium chassis, 7900mAH efficient battery, Intel WiFi 6 AX201 (2.4/5 GHz), RJ45 Ethernet LAN and Bluetooth 5.0 allow you to gaming every where for hours upon hours. USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port+DisplayPort delivers high-speed data transfer, outputs a video signal


MAINGEAR Vector Pro (2021) 17.3 inch RTX 3080 Gaming Laptop, AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX Processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 16GB GPU, 17.3 inch 165Hz QHD Display, 64GB DDR4 RAM, 2TB NVMe SSD, Windows 10 Pro Ready For The Modern Gamer and Creative Professional The MAINGEAR VECTOR PRO is optimized to provide the best possible gaming experience for years to come, from the hottest professionally competitive games to the latest technology, including PC streaming via Open Broadcaster Software (OBS). Take your creative projects to a new level with GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs, delivering AI-acceleration in top creative apps. OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 10 Pro PROCESSOR: AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX 8-Core 16Thread 16MB cache @3.30GHz (Turbo Boost up to 4.60GHz) MEMORY: 64GB (2x32GB) DDR4-3200MHz SODIMM RAM SOLID STATE DRIVE: PCIe Gen3 NVMe M.2 2TB (2x1TB) SSD DISPLAY: 17.3” (diagonal) Quad HD (2560x1440) 165Hz LED- backlit LCD panel CAMERA: Front HD Infrared Webcam VIDEO CARD GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 16GB GDDR6, VR Ready AUDIO: Smart AMP; 2xSpeakers; 2x Built- in Microphone COMMUNICATIONS WLAN: Intel Wireless-AX 201 Wireless Technology 802.11b 802.11g 802.11a WiFi 5 (802.11ac) WiFi 4 (802.11n) WiFi 6 (802.11ax) PORTS & CONNECTORS 2 x USB 3.1 (Gen 1 Type-A) 1 x USB 3.1 (Gen 1 Type-C) supports DisplayPort 1 x USB 3.1 (Gen 2 Type-A) HDMI x 1 LAN RJ-45 x 1 Audio x 2 microSD Card reader SECURITY, KEYBOARD, BATTERY Kensington Lock Slot 4-Zone RGB Backlit Keyboard 230 Watt AC Adapter Power Supply 6-Cell Lithium-Polymer Battery (7900 mAh - 91.24Wh) DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT Laptop dimensions: 15.5” x 10.2” x 0.79” , 5.00 lb

Standing screen display size: ‎17.3 Inches

Max Screen Resolution: ‎2560x1440 Pixels

Processor: ‎3.2 GHz


Memory Speed: ‎1.71 GHz

Hard Drive: ‎2 TB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor: ‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 16GB GDDR6

Chipset Brand: ‎NVIDIA

Card Description: ‎Dedicated

Graphics Card Ram Size: ‎16.00

Wireless Type: ‎Bluetooth


Series: ‎Vector pro

Item model number: ‎MG-VCP17A-3080

Hardware Platform: ‎PC

Operating System: ‎Windows 10

Item Weight: ‎5 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎15.5 x 10.2 x 0.79 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎15.5 x 10.2 x 0.79 inches

Color: ‎Vector Pro 17.3"/ AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX/ RTX3080 16GB/ 64GB DDR4/ 2TB SSD

Processor Brand: ‎AMD

Processor Count: ‎1

Computer Memory Type: ‎SODIMM

Hard Drive Interface: ‎PCIE x 8

Power Source: ‎AC & Battery

Batteries: ‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Date First Available: August 13, 2021

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5.0 out of 5 stars | So good, So hot
Color: Vector Pro: 17.3"/ Intel Core i7-11800H/ RTX3080 16GB/ 32GB DDR4/ 1TB SSD
I have almost no complaints about this laptop, unfortunately there's really no reviews or specs about this laptop online, but I'm happy to say its a great buy. My two biggest complaints, or quirks about the laptop are first and foremost the speakers, they are terrible. The speakers are down firing, no range, they do not get loud, they are about the quality of speakers I would have expected from 10-15 years ago, invest in some portable ones (stand alones), or a pair of headphones. secondly is the heat, its a latest gen i7 and a 165w 3080, it gets hot. Its not that the laptop is crippled by it, the heatsinks do well enough, fans kick in and control it, its a compromise you make getting performance hardware. HOWEVER when the fans kick up and you start gaming, you will NOT hear the game, the fans are much louder than the speakers, so I go back to my previous statement, buy headphones to use this laptop. Let me get on to the good stuff, the ergonomics are good, trackpad is good, keyboard is better than I was expecting. Hardware is good, you can control the MUX switch in the bios (one thing I was worried about and couldn't find an answer online). Its really lightweight, especially compared to something like the X17 (although a lot of the weight in the Alienware is for the much better quality heatsinks). The screen is something Alienware could take some advice on, it hits a great midpoint of high res and high refresh rate, 2560x1440 at 165hz (Alienware only offers a 1080 at 360hz, a waste if you want a 3080 in the chassis, OR a 4k at 120hz which is a good res and refresh, but a lot of games are going to be really hard to push that native resolution so the refresh rate is useless). I am on day one with this laptop, I slapped in another 1tb NVME, and will be traveling the country with it and will keep this review updated in the future as I use the laptop more.
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2021 by John Knox

1.0 out of 5 stars | Dead item
Color: Vector Pro: 17.3"/ Intel Core i7-11800H/ RTX3070 8GB/ 32GB DDR4/ 1TB SSD
I received this item dead and useless. Will not power on at all. 3 different working outlets and still no power. The Amazon troubleshooting process is a joke. Tried the call option and it did not work. Tried the chat option and got the run around. 2 different “agents” and then a supervisor and neither tried to even troubleshoot. Just questions about contacting the manufacturer. I had to look up the troubleshooting online which did not work. I’m sitting here with a very expensive paperweight and I cannot get any intelligent carcass to assist from Amazon.
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2021 by master young

5.0 out of 5 stars | Arguably the best 17.3" rtx3080 laptop available
Color: Vector Pro: 17.3"/ Intel Core i7-11800H/ RTX3080 16GB/ 32GB DDR4/ 1TB SSD
Maingear Vector Pro 17.3 is a tongfang rebrand using the Intel Reference Schematics. It's thin, well built, and currently offers one of the most affordable rtx3080 16gb variants on the market. The qhd screen is flawless and has no dead pixels. The speakers are mediocre, as affirmed by other buyers. I also find them to be on the quiet side. The system does get very hot. Undervolting the CPU is highly recommended for more experienced users. Overall, I am satisfied with my purchase and would recommend the Intel variant (which has thunderbolt 4) to anyone looking to purchase a very capable gaming machine.
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2021 by Techno Guru 2014

1.0 out of 5 stars | Busted Hardware
Color: Vector Pro: 17.3"/ Intel Core i7-11800H/ RTX3080 16GB/ 32GB DDR4/ 1TB SSD
I've had this laptop for about a month and I regret my purchase. Despite usually running well, it crashes regularly during basic video editing tasks my five-year-old laptop was handling perfectly just a few weeks ago. I then discovered that the built-in microphone, something I am hardly picky about, is unacceptably poor. Today, several keys have spontaneously stopped working, including the Ctrl key, which makes common editing tasks either impossible or extremely inconvenient. I now either have to replace the keyboard or get an entirely new laptop, just as I was getting settled into this one. When it works I like this laptop a lot, but that hardly matters if this is the cost of it not working.
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2021 by Long_Schlong_Silver

4.0 out of 5 stars | Serious power with portability. This review will be updated.
Color: Vector Pro: 17.3"/ Intel Core i7-11800H/ RTX3080 16GB/ 32GB DDR4/ 1TB SSD
I mainly keep laptops at home as desktop replacements. Occasionally, I travel long enough for me to want to bring a laptop. OPERATING SYSTEM: This is my first time with a professional version of Windows. I'm not sure what to do with it besides remote connecting to other computers, but I can see myself doing that with my older computer after I upgrade it to Windows 10 Pro. There will be updates to this review, and I plan on that being part of a future update. SCREEN: Since my laptops usually stay at home, I was already prepared with a Samsung G5 34" curved ultrawide monitor. The screen on this laptop had some backlight bleed on a corner as soon as I turned it on the first time, but it's only noticeable when the screen is dark, such as during startup or nighttime operations in Arma 3. Granted, that screen stays off since I had little intention of using it in the first place. When I travel and have to use the screen this comes with, I'll do something that doesn't make me notice, like playing Starcraft 2 or daytime operations in Arma 3. If this was my main screen, I would have returned this for a replacement. The screen is why I'm giving the whole product 4 out of 5 stars. KEYBOARD: I like it, but I usually use a Logitech G915 since my laptop stays behind my ultrawide monitor. TRACKPAD: The first thing I do when I get a laptop is turn off the track pad. I mainly use a Logitech G903. AUDIO: I think anyone that says anything positive about laptop speakers is a loser lol. I hate all laptop speakers and I wish "gaming" laptops would stop coming with speakers at all so companies can use that space for something else. Sound Blaster Cinema 6+ comes with this, so I plug in my headphones like most other gamers would do and get almost whatever I want out of my audio. Most wired gaming headsets nowadays have the cable coming out of the left side, so having the audio input/output jacks on the left side of the laptop keeps things neater, especially if I travel with this. GAMING: As expected, this handles every current game THAT I PLAY that my previous laptop couldn't handle, such as Flight Simulator 2020 and Beam NG, at or near the highest graphics settings with 60 fps or more. Games that are a few years old that my previous laptop could support, such as Squad, I can now play with maxed out graphics settings and higher frame rates at the same time. I usually get about 70 fps in Squad. I have also been able to support a photorealism mod for GTA V at maximum settings, but this was NOT without my laptop being near an open window, freezing outdoor temperatures, and some Coolermaster cooling pad with a large single fan. My frame rate was around 50-55 fps. Of course, I didn't notice how loud the internal fans were until after I took off my headphones. Yeah..... they were hella noisy. I can honestly say that Arma 3's performance has improved, but that still depends on a lot of factors. Without combat, I can fly a fixed wing aircraft with a maximum view distance of 12 km and exceed 100 fps. Like with any computer while playing Arma 3, you can add enough AI and cause enough destruction to bring your frame rate down so far that you crash to desktop. BATTERY LIFE: Since I use laptops as desktop replacements, a laptop battery is just an excessive amount of backup power to save whatever work I'm doing and shut down. Like laptop speakers, I wish gaming laptops had just enough battery power to save and shut down so the space left over could be used for something else. INPUTS/OUTPUTS: It's obvious that there was actual thought put into what connections there should be and where they should be. USB's on the right and left, audio on the left, and Ethernet, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI, and power are all in the back. ALL of the rear ports on this should be in the back of any laptop. That's what most users connect and disconnect least often, so I like that these ports are out of the way. It doesn't matter to me where the micro-SD slot is. I'm just glad that there is a micro-SD slot at all. I don't understand why any tech reviewer has said "I wish there was a standard SD slot here, not micro-SD." I don't have a device that accepts standard SD cards except other laptops. My GoPro cameras use micro-SD cards, and now I finally don't need any adapters to plug them into a computer. If you need more connections, get a Thunderbolt docking station. That's what the Thunderbolt port is for. I will update this review after I have used the Thunderbolt 4 port. I need more USB ports myself and I want to use a DisplayPort cable. I'll also plug the ethernet cable into a docking station since I currently use that instead of Wi-fi. More on all of that in my next update.
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2021 by Neal

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