It’s a Big Problem: An Alienware Laptop Will Include an AMD CPU for the First Time

It's a Big Problem: An Alienware Laptop Will Include an AMD CPU for the First Time

If you want proof that AMD’s Ryzen 5000 laptop CPU has really pulled it off, look no further than the new Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 which, as the name implies, will feature an AMD CPU for the first time in the history.

The new Alienware m15 will include an 8-core Ryzen 7 5800H or an 8-core Ryzen 9 5900HX. Having covered Alienware gaming laptops from the start, we can tell you that AMD CPUs have never made it this far.

Sure, you can say that Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, and other gaming laptops would like to have a word, but in the world of “doing it,” getting an AMD Ryzen into such a high-profile brand as Alienware is an achievement. supreme for AMD Zen. 3 cores and its award-winning Ryzen 5000 chips.

Alienware, after all, is a brand endorsed by the megapc company Dell and one of the global brands synonymous with ‘gaming’ for the major audiences who have seen their computers in movie and TV show product placements throughout. of the years.

Those hoping for an AMD Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 won’t have their day today as the laptop will offer either a Nivida GeForce RTX 3060 laptop or a GeForce RTX 3070 laptop. Both GPUs have a TGP, or total graphics power, of 115 watts. With its support for Nvidia’s Dynamic Boost 2.0 technology, you can add another 10 watts to graphics power for those times when the CPU doesn’t need it. Both TGP ratings would place the laptop at the top of the scale rather than the bottom, which is as low as 80 watts for the RTX 3070 and 60 watts for the RTX 3060.

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Those who have complained bitterly that the Alienware uses soldered main memory in earlier versions will be happy to know that the company has heard it and the R5 will feature a pair of SO-DIMM slots that can be user upgraded with DDR4 / 3200 RAM.

Display options for the 15.6-inch R15 will range from a 165Hz 1080p panel with 3ms response, to a 1080p panel with 1ms response and Nvidia’s G-Sync and Advanced Optimus. The last option is a 16: 9 third panel at 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response, and G-Sync with Nvidia Advanced Optimus. Both 1080p panels are rated at 300 nits of brightness, while the 1440p panel is rated at 400 nits.

Advanced Optimus, if you don’t know, is a technology that allows you to seamlessly switch between using the power-saving MS hybrid graphics mode and Nvidia’s G-sync support for discrete graphics. Most gaming laptops chose battery life with MS Hybrid Graphics or G-Sync only mode. More recently, we’ve seen laptops that allow you to switch between them manually, requiring a reboot of the machine. With Advanced Optimus, you get the best of both worlds, automatically.

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