Gigabyte Aorus X5 MD, Gaming Laptop 15.6 Inch Ultra Slim With Newest Design Approach Nvidia Max-Q.
Gigabyte Aorus is known for its super-slim gaming notebook, but with the Nvidia Max-Q design approach, it has managed to streamline its newest thinner notebook Aorus X5 MD, which was able to show off at the annual Computex 2017 exhibition in Taipei.
Although it has a thickness of only 0.9 inches, still armed with a number of powerful features in it, including Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU (8GB), Intel Core i7-7820HK which can be overclocked, and RAM DDR4-2400 up to 64GB.
As for the apparent storage solution has been relying on M2 PCIe Gen3 x4 SSD (2,000 MBps), and Thunderbolt 3 port support.
The screen looks more beautiful when we see it directly. This is more because Aorus partnered with Pantone X-Rite to calibrate the existing IPS 15.6-inch IPS display.
In addition, existing display panels have supported G-Sync to prevent screens from tearing or cracking during game play.
For the display screen, the keyboard used looks super colored. Thanks to a RGB backlit keyboard that can be customized based on key-by-key with Aorus’ Fusion software.
As with the Nvidia Max-Q design standards that always prioritize the thin chassis and are designed for cooling and power efficiency ensure it remains calm (noisy) while playing the game. In addition to the large vent support behind the chasing, Aorus reportedly also promised 10-stage fan control.
Although Gigabyte has not announced the price for the laptop so far, but the subject for its own availability is reportedly scheduled for release in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2017 as well.
As for other Max-Q laptops, especially Asus ROG Zephyrus, reportedly will start to market $ 2300.