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HP Pavilion 15.6" Gaming Laptop Intel Core i5+8300H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 4GB GPU, 8GB RAM, 16 GB Intel Optane + 1TB HDD Storage, Windows 10, 15-cx0058wm

Model: 15-cx0058wm
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Creation. Gaming. Bring it on. This narrow bezel 15.6-inch Full HD laptop with the latest 8th Gen Intel® Core i5+ 8300H processor (Core i5 and Intel® Optane? memory)*,** and NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Graphics gives you the power you need to make digital art, and conquer new worlds. Every detail pops with this FHD display, and gaming becomes more lifelike than ever before.

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Creation. Gaming. Bring it on. This narrow bezel 15.6-inch Full HD laptop with the latest 8th Gen Intel® Core i5+ 8300H processor (Core i5 and Intel® Optane? memory)*,** and NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Graphics gives you the power you need to make digital art, and conquer new worlds. Every detail pops with this FHD display, and gaming becomes more lifelike than ever before.Key Features and Benefits Windows 10 Home8th Gen Intel Core i5+ 8300H processor (Core i5 and Intel Optane memory)*,**15.6-inch diagonal Full HD IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit display(1920 x 1080) with narrow bezel design8GB DDR4 SDRAM16GB Intel Optane memory*1TB 7200 RPM Serial ATA hard driveNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (4GB GDDR5 dedicated) GraphicsB&O PLAY with dual speakers2x2 802.11ac WLAN and BluetoothFront-facing HP Wide Vision HD Webcam with integrated dual array digital microphonesFull-size island-style backlit keyboard with numeric keypad Walmart Protection Plans [sold separately] for laptops covers accidental damage like cracked screens and liquid damage, as well as battery, mechanical and electrical failure from normal use.

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Most helpful positive review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Excellent, Excellent Machine.
This is the first Windows laptop I've used, coming from a 2009 Macbook, in fact, and I have to say that I am very impressed. The GPU is a proper gaming GPU (meaning they aren't just using the word “gaming” as click bait). I was afraid that having such a powerful GPU would cause it to have a short battery life. That said...I was pleasantly surprised to find that it does, in fact, have TWO GPUs (the Nvidia GTX 1050 and the embedded Intel GPU that comes with the CPU). The computer is smart enough to use the much lower power draw Intel GPU when you're doing basic computing and only fires up the Nvidia when you open a program that demands it. Speaking of programs using the GPU, while it is sold with the idea of gaming, anyone using Adobe's Creative Cloud will most certainly find the beefy GPU nice as well. Programs like Photoshop and Premiere can also make use of the GTX 1050 to speed their operations. This, in my opinion, is kind of a missed selling point that HP should really be exploiting as there are plenty of programs other than just games that a good GPU can make quick work of in performing tasks (especially when they can make use of the CUDA Processors on the GTX). The computer also has an HDMI port with full audio support which is REALLY nice if you want to easily connect it to an HDTV (whether to play a game or just to use it as a media center). I didn't see much discussion on the webpage, but it also has Thunderbolt 3 which allows in general super-fast 40GBps external connections, plus opens the door to being able to attach external, faster GPUs at a later time (total transparency: I haven't checked with HP if external GPUs are supported, just throwing that out there). The keys are backlit in green for an easy-on-the-eyes experience. Super laptop!
Most helpful negative review
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
major issue
bought two of these machine one for me and another for my son. with in the first week i got the blue screen of death and had to do a full recovery. got it up and going and made my recovery jumpdrive incase it was just a odd thing. after about two weeks it would not let him or me open any program and would not update windows correctly. so i had to do a total factory reset with the jumpdrive which after a who afternoon of getting up and going it was faster then when i first bought it. Had him wait on installing to many thing to see how stable it will be. After 4 weeks i was going to put on one more game add on and didnt even install it yet on the game and the next day the system shut down and restarted again and again till i had to do another factory reset. After all this i asked around to more people that bought this same laptop and they are having the same issues. So far mine *knock on wood* has not had any problems yet. And this laptop has two f3 buttons. So do not i repeat do not by this model.
Most helpful positive review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Excellent, Excellent Machine.
This is the first Windows laptop I've used, coming from a 2009 Macbook, in fact, and I have to say that I am very impressed. The GPU is a proper gaming GPU (meaning they aren't just using the word “gaming” as click bait). I was afraid that having such a powerful GPU would cause it to have a short battery life. That said...I was pleasantly surprised to find that it does, in fact, have TWO GPUs (the Nvidia GTX 1050 and the embedded Intel GPU that comes with the CPU). The computer is smart enough to use the much lower power draw Intel GPU when you're doing basic computing and only fires up the Nvidia when you open a program that demands it. Speaking of programs using the GPU, while it is sold with the idea of gaming, anyone using Adobe's Creative Cloud will most certainly find the beefy GPU nice as well. Programs like Photoshop and Premiere can also make use of the GTX 1050 to speed their operations. This, in my opinion, is kind of a missed selling point that HP should really be exploiting as there are plenty of programs other than just games that a good GPU can make quick work of in performing tasks (especially when they can make use of the CUDA Processors on the GTX). The computer also has an HDMI port with full audio support which is REALLY nice if you want to easily connect it to an HDTV (whether to play a game or just to use it as a media center). I didn't see much discussion on the webpage, but it also has Thunderbolt 3 which allows in general super-fast 40GBps external connections, plus opens the door to being able to attach external, faster GPUs at a later time (total transparency: I haven't checked with HP if external GPUs are supported, just throwing that out there). The keys are backlit in green for an easy-on-the-eyes experience. Super laptop!
Most helpful negative review
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
major issue
bought two of these machine one for me and another for my son. with in the first week i got the blue screen of death and had to do a full recovery. got it up and going and made my recovery jumpdrive incase it was just a odd thing. after about two weeks it would not let him or me open any program and would not update windows correctly. so i had to do a total factory reset with the jumpdrive which after a who afternoon of getting up and going it was faster then when i first bought it. Had him wait on installing to many thing to see how stable it will be. After 4 weeks i was going to put on one more game add on and didnt even install it yet on the game and the next day the system shut down and restarted again and again till i had to do another factory reset. After all this i asked around to more people that bought this same laptop and they are having the same issues. So far mine *knock on wood* has not had any problems yet. And this laptop has two f3 buttons. So do not i repeat do not by this model.
This is the first Windows laptop I've used, coming from a 2009 Macbook, in fact, and I have to say that I am very impressed. The GPU is a proper gaming GPU (meaning they aren't just using the word “gaming” as click bait). I was afraid that having such a powerful GPU would cause it to have a short battery life. That said...I was pleasantly surprised to find that it does, in fact, have TWO GPUs (the Nvidia GTX 1050 and the embedded Intel GPU that comes with the CPU). The computer is smart enough to use the much lower power draw Intel GPU when you're doing basic computing and only fires up the Nvidia when you open a program that demands it. Speaking of programs using the GPU, while it is sold with the idea of gaming, anyone using Adobe's Creative Cloud will most certainly find the beefy GPU nice as well. Programs like Photoshop and Premiere can also make use of the GTX 1050 to speed their operations. This, in my opinion, is kind of a missed selling point that HP should really be exploiting as there are plenty of programs other than just games that a good GPU can make quick work of in performing tasks (especially when they can make use of the CUDA Processors on the GTX). The computer also has an HDMI port with full audio support which is REALLY nice if you want to easily connect it to an HDTV (whether to play a game or just to use it as a media center). I didn't see much discussion on the webpage, but it also has Thunderbolt 3 which allows in general super-fast 40GBps external connections, plus opens the door to being able to attach external, faster GPUs at a later time (total transparency: I haven't checked with HP if external GPUs are supported, just throwing that out there). The keys are backlit in green for an easy-on-the-eyes experience. Super laptop!
bought two of these machine one for me and another for my son. with in the first week i got the blue screen of death and had to do a full recovery. got it up and going and made my recovery jumpdrive incase it was just a odd thing. after about two weeks it would not let him or me open any program and would not update windows correctly. so i had to do a total factory reset with the jumpdrive which after a who afternoon of getting up and going it was faster then when i first bought it. Had him wait on installing to many thing to see how stable it will be. After 4 weeks i was going to put on one more game add on and didnt even install it yet on the game and the next day the system shut down and restarted again and again till i had to do another factory reset. After all this i asked around to more people that bought this same laptop and they are having the same issues. So far mine *knock on wood* has not had any problems yet. And this laptop has two f3 buttons. So do not i repeat do not by this model.

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1-10 of 27 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Excellent, Excellent Machine.

This is the first Windows laptop I've used, coming from a 2009 Macbook, in fact, and I have to say that I am very impressed. The GPU is a proper gaming GPU (meaning they aren't just using the word “gaming” as click bait). I was afraid that having such a powerful GPU would cause it to have a short battery life. That said...I was pleasantly surprised to find that it does, in fact, have TWO GPUs (the Nvidia GTX 1050 and the embedded Intel GPU that comes with the CPU). The computer is smart enough to use the much lower power draw Intel GPU when you're doing basic computing and only fires up the Nvidia when you open a program that demands it.

Speaking of programs using the GPU, while it is sold with the idea of gaming, anyone using Adobe's Creative Cloud will most certainly find the beefy GPU nice as well. Programs like Photoshop and Premiere can also make use of the GTX 1050 to speed their operations.

This, in my opinion, is kind of a missed selling point that HP should really be exploiting as there are plenty of programs other than just games that a good GPU can make quick work of in performing tasks (especially when they can make use of the CUDA Processors on the GTX).

The computer also has an HDMI port with full audio support which is REALLY nice if you want to easily connect it to an HDTV (whether to play a game or just to use it as a media center). I didn't see much discussion on the webpage, but it also has Thunderbolt 3 which allows in general super-fast 40GBps external connections, plus opens the door to being able to attach external, faster GPUs at a later time (total transparency: I haven't checked with HP if external GPUs are supported, just throwing that out there). The keys are backlit in green for an easy-on-the-eyes experience.

Super laptop!

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Nice Laptop

Great laptop has plenty of ram and a big hard drive. Cones with power cord and charger and a .free trial version of office that I like very much I will purchase the full program. I love gaming and it is very fast with no lag of you are a gamer you will live this laptop. When browsing it is very fast. The 15.6 inch screen is just the right size. I bought a case for it and that makes it very easy to take with you it isn't heavy and it is a pleasure to take with you anywhere you go. I recommend this to anyone who needs a laptop you won't be disappointed I would give it 10 stars if I could if you are looking quit shopping and buy this one.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

It is faster! Could it be the fastest?

All the major components were as stated. It took about 15 minutes to set up. I deleted the pre-installed McAfee and installed my usual Norton Security. After that, I checked the speed for both. And the results are impressive. This HP has Ping 13 ms, Download Speed 71.47 Mbps, and an Upload Speed of 5.90 Mbps. The one that I am using currently is ACER which is also using Intel i5. And the results were Ping 13 ms, Download Speed 61.45 Mbps, and an Upload Speed of 4.08 Mbps. So, this HP has the same Ping, but 16% faster Download speed, and 45% faster Upload speed. My current internet speed is max Download 75 Mbps and max Upload of 5 Mbps. Obviously, this HP is much faster and provides the closest to the internet speed settings.

This computer was then being tested out by my son. And he was playing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Neir: Automata. He was fond of the speed, keyboard key responses and the graphics. Great improvement. No lag. He was using a wired gaming mouse.

Obviously, this computer will likely be used more often for home and office purposes, besides gaming. And it has all the hardwares it needs.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

I'm giving it 5 Stars even though I cannot use it yet received today which was for 5 days earlier than estimated cannot turn on battery is dead it is a beautiful laptop. it stated that the battery would be full when I received it. did not have to sign for it was left outside my front door.and it's like 95° outside I have no idea how long it was there. once I can turn it on and check it out I may change this review.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

I totally love this laptop.

Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars

major issue

bought two of these machine one for me and another for my son. with in the first week i got the blue screen of death and had to do a full recovery. got it up and going and made my recovery jumpdrive incase it was just a odd thing. after about two weeks it would not let him or me open any program and would not update windows correctly. so i had to do a total factory reset with the jumpdrive which after a who afternoon of getting up and going it was faster then when i first bought it. Had him wait on installing to many thing to see how stable it will be. After 4 weeks i was going to put on one more game add on and didnt even install it yet on the game and the next day the system shut down and restarted again and again till i had to do another factory reset. After all this i asked around to more people that bought this same laptop and they are having the same issues. So far mine *knock on wood* has not had any problems yet. And this laptop has two f3 buttons. So do not i repeat do not by this model.

Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars

Black screen and frozen start up

When it was working it ran good but then the black screen and once restarted it wouldn't go passed start up screen no matter what I tried but even bothering with it just returning what a waste of time. Sat on the screen pictured below for hours finally gave up sending the bad laptop back

Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars

HP support is terrible and the keyboard flakes off

I purchased this laptop about 2 months ago. The first one I got, kept blue screen erroring out. I spent 3 days going back and forth with tech support, repeating the same steps, and eventually returned it. The one I have now, runs pretty fantastic, BUT the keyboard is back over green backlighting and the black is already wearing off of the keys and it's $379.99 for them to replace them. Unless they are popping off, it's not their fault. I am NOT paying that much, after 2 months of having it, and paying $1000 the first time, I'm not spending that every couple months just to read my keyboard. I'll get an external one for HALF that that works 3 times as well. The HP support team was 0 help both times I had issues.

Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

HP 15-cx0058wm went up in smoke, dead at 18 months

My hp 15-cx0058wm Pavilion laptop, 18 months old and purchased from Walmart, just literally blew up. I had the power cord plugged in (yes, the original OEM HP power supply), and was starting up the laptop. It was under the heavy-load boot-up portion where it's loading up the Windows apps and the desktop, then suddenly an audible "pop", the whole laptop shut off with display, and also 2 puffs of smoke rose from near the power input. I opened the laptop and took out the motherboard expecting to see obvious signs of burning and I do not see anything obvious. A replacement motherboard is expensive, which doesn't seem worth it for this laptop. I may as well put that money toward a new system. I have had nothing but trouble with HP laptops, especially with overheating and noisy fans. To have an expensive gaming laptop die in 18 months is ridiculous.

Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

Computer Useless After One Month

I received this computer on December 28th as a replacement for my old one that had broken. Within 3 days I had issues concerning NVIDIA graphics and Intel graphics conflicting so the NVIDIA didn't work at all, and my Store app would not run no matter what I did, and I looked through many solutions on the Microsoft website. Then came the crashing. Once I finally got the NVIDIA and Intel graphics working together, I started having issues where the computer would freeze up and I would have to do recovery or reset Windows. This happened at least six times in one month. I lost everything on the computer once, and lost all my apps twice. At one point the wifi files got corrupted and I had to copy new ones from another Windows 10 computer. This has been hours upon hours of troubleshooting and wasting my time. Also, not a great gaming laptop, doesn't run like it should and gets very hot very quickly running games. Now I'm still having issues with freezing, yesterday night I had an issue where the computer froze and I had to do a hard shut off, then the computer refused to boot even after doing startup repair and recovery points, so now I'm pretty sure this is a hardware issue. I finally had to reset Windows, and managed to keep my files, but this computer has just been a nightmare of anxiety. Last week I started the filing a claim process for the warranty protection I bought from Walmart which is supposed to cover 3 years. At SquareTrade I was directed to HP, as they said HP takes care of the first year. When I got to the HP warranty, it started my warranty expired 7 months BEFORE i bought the laptop. I also discovered the computer was made in mid 2018 - not really new then, is it? I'm now going through the headache of calling Walmart, contacting the seller, dealing with HP, and all three of them are leading me in circles. So SquareTrade directed me to HP, I went back to SquareTrade again and they directed me to Walmart, Walmart directed me to contact the seller, the seller told me they can't accept a return as the window expired at the beginning of the month, and HP is telling me that the dispute about the warranty will take 24-48 hours to process not including weekends, even though I put the dispute in Thursday, and they are telling me to wait until Monday. Meanwhile I'm backing up all my files and trying not to think too much about the money I'm losing on my last two weeks of the game I'm subscribed to that this computer can no longer be trusted to run because I'm trying to get my files off of it before it crashes again, and I'm not reinstalling apps. I want this computer returned and my money back! I bought the warranty for a reason and I shouldn't have to go through this much hassle to get things resolved. This was a big expense for me and I needed the computer to last for years, but here it is fritzing after less than a month. I realize I should have called in about the return as soon as this started happening, but I thought I could fix it.


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by ShawzyNovember 7, 2018


1. Yes, this model has an integrated webcam!
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2. Yes, this laptop comes with a camera and built in mic.
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by AnotherShopperSeptember 19, 2018


1. I just received and mine has TI
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2. My specs sheet only calls out that it is the 1050 and does not mention it being the ti.
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Last answer: November 26, 2018

by AndrewFebruary 27, 2020


1. Yes, there's an SD card slot on the left side of the laptop.
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Last answer: February 27, 2020

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