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All the prerequisites are present for a gaming laptop in the form of a Ryzen 9, RTX 4070, and 240-Hz panel. Our test demonstrates that the hardware fulfills its claims as well. Nonetheless, some potential buyers may find the total bundle to be overly unbalanced.
The new AMD Ryzen 9 7945HX in particular, with its 16 cores, 64 MB L3 cache, and Zen4 architecture, quickly tops the charts across a number of categories. And although having a maximum power usage of 125 W, it still consumes a lot fewer resources than a number of competitors.
Around this CPU, Asus has positioned all the necessary gaming components. The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 and RTX 4050 are optionally offered in addition to the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 that we evaluated. The 17-inch display has a QHD resolution and remarkably accurate color reproduction, but it excels at 240 Hertz of refresh rate.
Little visual details or lighting effects are not lacking. In addition to being flexible in configuration, the RGB keyboard and flashy light bar below the keyboard frame can optionally also be changed to sensor readings, music, and display contents.
Overall, this produces a gaming laptop that is completely convincing in all key areas and can outperform modern Intel Processors or even an RTX 3080 Ti in many of our benchmarks.
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Whereas if the gaming performance remained unaffected, there was less of an investment. The equipment is not particularly outstanding, starting with the poor HD camera and continuing with the slow connectivity.
Although these flaws won’t interfere with your enjoyment of video games, they do place some restrictions on the system’s versatility. An in-depth review of the Asus ROG Strix G17 G713PI-LL005W can be checked out to learn more about what else worked or wasn’t incorporated very well.