A $400 discount here brings this one down into the (almost) mid-range price bracket, although, as you'd imagine, this is definitely a machine for those who value performance above all else.
Alongside that powerful GPU, you'll also get an Intel Core i7-11800H processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD - well-rounded specs with no weak spot or cheaped-out components. We'd also highlight the 240Hz screen as a real bonus here. It's not every day you see a display with such a high refresh rate on a laptop, and it's a perfect pairing with a GPU that's capable of eye-watering frame rates, such as the RTX 3080.
The only downside? Well, to get your full saving with this gaming laptop deal at Newegg, you'll need to apply for a mail-in rebate - bummer. It is, however, fully worth following the steps to get your full $400 off here as it's a fantastic price to pay for a machine that will easily demolish most modern triple-A titles at full settings.
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RTX 3080 gaming laptop deals at Newegg
MSI GP Series 15.6-inch gaming laptop:
$1,899 $1,799 at Newegg
Save $400 and pick up one of the cheapest RTX 3080 gaming laptop deals we've ever seen this week at Newegg. With a super-powerful GPU, Intel Core i7-11800h processor, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB SSD, there are not many laptops out there as beefy as this MSI GP series. Having a 240Hz display will allow you to get the best out of that RTX 3080.
Need something not quite so eye-wateringly expensive? We got you. Head on over to our main cheap gaming laptop deals page to see a ton of excellent alternatives for well under $1,000.
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