HP Pavilion DV6-7035TX [2012 Model] Review

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My very first review of:
hp dv6-7035TX 2012 (dv6-7000 series) non back-lit keyboard & Solid State Disk (SSD) model. No this is not a high-end laptop, it’s a medium-spec laptop, not the ivy-bridge model, it’s the Sandy bridge model.

Please don’t post any useless comments about the review. Since this is my very first video review, please post only relevant comments/questions thanks.
Just bought a brand new hp laptop last week ago (26/05/2012) for a discount price of $1079, plus with a added extra 4gb ram for $59.99. Grand total of $1138.99!! Laptop is a must by if your a gamer, business person or general user.

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– 2.5GHz 2nd Gen Intel Core i5-2450M Processor
– 8GB DDR3 Ram (4GB + 4GB)
– 500GB Hard Drive
– Nvidia GeForce GT 630M Graphics with 2GB GDDR5
– The HP TrueVision HD Webcam makes you look good in any light. Whether you are on an HD video call or filming an HD blog post, you will look your best.
– 15.6″ diagonal High Definition HP BrightView LED Display (1366×768)
– Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
– Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
– Beats Audio Quad Speakers + Sub-woofer

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  1. I'm getting this kind but not 1000 version I'm getting the 700 one but I put some custom parts so it better and I put a back lit too

  2. Can this backlit keyboard be installed on late 2011 pavilion DV6 model?
    Can you please confirm this?

  3. Thanks for the review, there aren't many on this laptop. Could you keep us updated and post more videos on FPS on games and general use, as wellasbenchmarks? Thanks.

  4. Oh and it does tend to heat up if your using programs such as photoshop or maybe when your gaming on it.

  5. just bought a dv6 i7 3rd gen 3610qm, bluray, 750gb 7200 hybrid hdd, backlit keyboard,650m nvidia, 8gb 1600mhz ram, 9cell battery for $900 with coupon pretty sweet

  6. I know I really wanted the Intel Core I5 Ivy bridge version but it's way too pricey here in NZ. Well what fact is that it's totally brand new and that's why it cost over $2000NZD. I rather spend at least $1000 on a laptop that has great specs and discrete performance as well.

    Oh by the way, tell me about your ivy bridge model once you've have it okay?

  7. Nice, only bought the Sandy bridge model, since the ivy bridge hp dv6-7030tx model cost way too much here in NZ for $2,200.

    Oh by the way, no overheating issue on this latest hp laptop. Been watching youtube videos, typing on forums, Facebook etc for 6 hours and no overheating/noisy fan issues what so ever.

  8. Plan to get the Ivy bridge version in a few months time 🙂 HP has a reputation with laptops overheating so i was just wondering if they've fixed that issue with this model

  9. Temperature was below 30° C, around 22° – 30°. It's definite a must buy if you want a high quality laptop like this from hp and it's way better looking than last years model (hp dv6-6000).

  10. Nope, not at all. Tested the battery length for 6+ hours, general use. Watched youtube videos all day and it doesn't consume that much cpu. No overheating as well since it utilises the updated HP-Coll Sense very wel and the air coming out of the ventilations feels very cool=coldl. Not much noise what so ever, although the fan noise can increase only if your using the laptop for gaming or leaving the laptop on for long, but no I left the laptop on for 6+ hours and no loud noise what so ever.

  11. Curious about the fan noise, is it noisy? and does the laptop heat up when playing games?

  12. I think it's a 2012 model though it may be a leftover from 2011. It seems as if HP has discontinued use of ATI cards, glad you're having a somewhat positive experience with yours.

  13. Is yours also the 2012 model too? Well I haven't tried playing any proper games, since I only use this for general use. Already mentioned that the Nvidia GT 630M graphics card is laggy on max setting during bench mark.

  14. I'm running a DV7 with a Sandy Bridge Quad Core @ 2.2 GHZ, Intel HD 3000 too and an ATI 6770m. I've had constant issues with the graphics.. lock ups and blue screens even though HP handicaps the speed. Any issues with the Nvidia?

  15. New Zealand dollars (NZD). Nvidia gefore GT 630M graphics card performed very well on the bench mark test but lagged when it can hold at least 4+ moving 3D objects on the screen, frame rate dropped down to 46fps, single object is around 60fps but yeah it can handle games well. Intel graphics chip was good enough to handle windows aero and other programs on the desktop screen ( intel HD 3000).

  16. Hey man, is that in US Dollars and how is your experience with the Nvidia 630m?