Gigabyte have hit the Laptop market hard with a slim 22mm thick notebook that packs a GTX 1070 (called the Max Q Design), this whole package gets great gaming performance whilst only using about 130watts in power even with the 1080p MVA screen turned on. Overall a really incredible laptop, though it does command a premium.
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Is this an 8th gen or does something like this not expected to come out like that? I like the battery and larger storage while maintaining portability. Thank you. I appreciated the thoroughness of your video and subbed.
Great review! I have the Gigabyte Aero 15X (15X-BK4) and I did NOT get the power adapter with a USB plug. So, I am just wondering if you would be so kind and reply with the Model# of your power adapter Gigabyte provided you. Just so I can look into purchasing it if need be down the line. Thanks! Please Note: My model#: ADP-200FB D (Manufacturer - Delta Electronics)
Where the hell can anyone buy this laptop? Ive been tracking it for months on newegg, amazon and the sites that they have linked on the official gigabyte site and they have all been out of stock for months!
It is really nice but that price tag is wow !! Also it seemed really loud when you held the mic over it during load in pubg but all in all the size and what you get and how well it runs it is worth it.
Great review man. My only gripe with this laptop and what has kept me from purchasing it is the 60Hz IPS screen. As a “gaming” laptop the screen is almost as important as the GPU and CPU, maybe more important. I’ve owned at least a dozen different gaming laptops and until only recently this was my biggest issue. Most IPS laptop screens have terrible 25-30ms response times and while they look great for desktop use, gaming with that response time and 60Hz refresh rate is ughhhh.
This laptop needs an option for a 120hz 5ms TN panel that is available on a lot of current gaming laptops. I am using the exact AUO 5ms 120hz TN panel on my 1070/6700K laptop and it’s a dream. It looks and feels just like my desktop 144hz. It’s also extremely bright for a laptop at 400nit. Most laptops are in the 200-300nit range. Brightness also seems to be a complaint I see a lot and at 400nit you have very little room to complain.
Kadablo it's just a way of expressing laughter. Also I don't know much at all about the differences between Xeon models, I was just saying no one knows how demanding future games will be. But if it's as powerful as a Ryzen CPU then it should be fine for quite a while.
Aero 15 is amazing honestly, even the last year's version. But too pricey for me, so I went with an Asus ROG 15 Inch. Other than the one-of-a-kind battery life on the Gigabyte, the Asus has it all albeit at a bit beefier size. 16 GB DDR4 Ram, i7 7700hq, full fat GTX 1070, 256 GB NVMe Drive + 1 TB HDD, and a GORGEOUS 120 Hz GSYNC IPS Panel. + Amazing price/performance which I never hoped to see on an Asus ROG device lol. The model I use is the asus rog gl502vs.
Daffa Akbar I'd take the Asus over the MSI because the MSIs are extremely loud under load and throttle because of overheating. One cannot fool physics, the heat has to go somewhere and there isn't enough room for cooling in the tiny MSI chassis.
Sana Banana somehow I didn't get notification of your comment :/ The fans are very quiet and the temperatures are good considering the hardware. You can also tune the fan profile manually. 3D mark shows desktop 1070 performance, so far very happy with gaming on it :)
Sure it is. But if you want what it offers, the 7577 is simply no replacement for it. The Dell is far bigger, the battery is about half, and the screen is seriously sluggish. This is actually a portable, the Dell is simply not.
Egg McMuffin ive checked many benchmarks, the gtx 1070 max q perfomes similarly with a desktop gtx 1060. A non max q laptop gtx 1060 loses about 10 - 15 percent of performance from the desktop variant and has uncomfortable thermals with continous thermal throttling. So consider those.
As for the touchpad, usually notebooks have a key combination to disable the touchpad, doesn't this one include such? (like fn+F3 in my shit old lg e500 notebook), tho i prefer the touch to keep itself active and disabling it by hand if I feel like doing so.
Gday I found that gaming laptops are often 3 times the price for 1/3rd the performance and often you are just better off buying an laptop for USD$250-450 and gaming PC for USD$600-1300 instead of an USD$2000 laptop
Gaming laptops could be worth it for people who travel a lot. If you're out of your home for 3 or more months a year, it's probably worth it to get a mid range gaming laptop. But prices increase by a lot once you go above a GTX 1060.
Yeah its 1060 level performance but its the way it reaches that performance that's different than the old M series, instead of just having a cut-down GPU with less cores, it instead has the same or more cores but runs it at a lower power profile; I think that's why they like to distinguish between Max-Q and M series, because it enables that level of performance but with lower thermals and noise compared to M series GPUs of the past.