Alienware announced a new laptop powered by the AMD Ryzen Mobile 5000 series, and Dell has also added a new AMD gaming system to its own product matrix. As far as Alienware is concerned, this is the company’s first AMD-driven product since 2007.
When AMD’s Ryzen Mobile 4000 failed to gain widespread market adoption last year, people worried that the company was the victim of a conspiracy between Intel and Nvidia to prevent it from gaining market share. Although there are some historical reasons that make people worry about AMD-related issues, the company has publicly published its own explanation: Ryzen Mobile 4000 is a platform that shows that OEMs are serious about mobile competition and have the ability to provide high-end designs. power.
We will see more Ryzen 5000 systems launched this year because Ryzen Mobile 4000 is confident that various OEMs can power high-end systems. Even if the system uses Ryzen Mobile 3000 CPU instead of 7nm Zen 2 core, winning the Surface Laptop 3 will help establish AMD’s credibility.
These two Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 and Dell G15 Ryzen Edition Nvidia GeForce RTX 3000 series GPU will be provided. The new Alienware system will provide a 240Hz (1440p) or 360Hz (1080p) refresh rate display, “to provide a smooth gaming experience.” This is a bit like saying that RTX 3090 “provides smooth 720p performance.” The problem with this statement is not that it itself is wrong.This is a hint demand The first is RTX 3090 for smooth 720p performance.
Refresh the screen with a refresh rate of 60Hz every 16.6 milliseconds. Under 120Hz frequency, redraw once every 8.3ms. At 240Hz, every 4.15ms. At 360Hz, every 2.7ms. Higher and higher Hz numbers obscure the fact that the longer the reduced delay time, the smaller the delay you will get. Compared with changing from 60Hz to 360Hz, moving from 30Hz (33.3ms refresh rate) to 60Hz (16.6ms refresh rate) has a greater improvement. Keep in mind that the degree of difference you see in any given title depends largely on how fast the game engine can run in the first place. Unless the detail settings are deliberately destroyed to maximize the frame rate, many titles will not run at 240-360fps at 1080p or 1440p.
Alienware is not wrong to sell its system to e-sports fanatics chasing the last frame, but “enable a smooth gaming experience” does not require a 240-360Hz refresh rate.
Alienware also claims that this is “the first 3200MHz DDR4 memory that users on Alienware 15-inch laptops can upgrade.” This is absurdly untrue.I fix it Already many Disassemble with manual Instructions on how to upgrade RAM in various 15-inch Alienware systems manufactured in the past ten years. Alienware moved to soldered DRAM a few years ago, and it tried to reverse this reversal by adding new features rather than restoring the expected baseline functionality.
Thankfully, the actual system design looks better than marketing. Alienware m15 offers Ryzen 7 5800H or Ryzen 9 4900HS paired with RTX 3060 or RTX 3070, starting at US$1,794. The Dell G15 Ryzen Edition will use Ryzen 5 5600H or Ryzen 7 5800H and the highest RTX 3060, which is said to start at $900. G15 will also offer 120Hz or 165Hz panels, and 360Hz panel options will be available later this spring.
Anyone buying a laptop with a high refresh rate display should be aware that these panels will definitely pierce your battery. Most games allow you to set the refresh rate in the game, but some games lock the refresh rate to the Windows desktop refresh rate. I’m not sure if Windows provides a way to automatically reduce the refresh rate when using the battery, so anyone using> 60Hz on AC power may want to double check their panel settings before switching to the battery.
If you are looking at a laptop, you may plan to buy an OEM system anyway, but in terms of reasonable prices, the surprisingly high price of retail channel GPUs has made OEM systems the only game in town. In this case, I feel irritable about marketing, but I have tested Dell and Alienware gaming PCs before and am satisfied with the final result.
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