The newest ultrabook is always complicated task: the thinner they become, the less space for ventilation of heat-generating components; at the same time, the more powerful they become, the greater the need for high-quality thermobifida. ASUS tried to solve this age-old problem in its new product: ROG gaming ultrabook Zephyrus GX501 presented during Computex 2017. In the new device the company has tried to combine a top iron, an innovative cooling system and compact dimensions in the framework of Max-Q of NVIDIA.
To remove the heat in ROG Zephyrus GX501 use the following method: when folding the screen open the bottom cover of the laptop. In this position the device is under a slight slope, and the hot air goes out through the resulting gap. In addition, the processor and the graphics accelerator is equipped with a separate fan with thin blades (71 blade to the fan) of the liquid crystal polymer, radiators and areatoday tubes, as well as General cooling and air circulation.
The manufacturer calls my laptop the most compact and powerful solution in the field of gaming notebooks with GeForce GTX 1080 “under the hood”. And rightly so: the thickness of the ROG Zephyrus GX501 is just to 17.9 mm, and weight is 2.24 kg. with regard to technical characteristics, they can compete with top-end home systems: the laptop is equipped with a 15.5-inch display with a 1920×1080 resolution with support for NVIDIA G-Sync and the frequency to 120 Hz (provide a comfortable game at 120 FPS), Intel Core i7 7700HQ seventh generation (Kaby Lake), GeForce GTX 1080, 24 GB of RAM (DDR4-2400) and 1 TB ROM (NVMe SSD; speeds of up to 3 500 Mbit/s).
Ship the laptop will update to Windows 10 Creators Update that supports Windows Mode and Game streaming service Beam. Ultrabook is equipped with HDMI ports 2.0 USB Type-A 3.1 and Type-C.
The exact release date and recommended price of ASUS ROG Zephyrus GX501 are not reported.
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