New Asus ROG Ryzen Laptops On The Way!

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  1. Tanner@XoticPC

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    I meant with their lower end products being BGA and their higher end ones being LGA/MXM.
     
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    It looks quite promising. Massive cooling but no wonder if during gaming it pull 225W from the socket. Temps going way up to 95C under prime95 but cpu maintain all the time 3.3GHz. As a tinkering gay I see already possibilities to improve cooling and try to crank up cpu and gpu little bit. They say that neither cpu or gpu can be overclocked but I'm pretty sure someone will manage to change that quickly.
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    Neither CPU or GPU can be overclocked? DOA to enthusiasts.
     
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    This can be overcome eventually, but the soldered GPU can't be.
     
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    Also I wouldn't describe those little anorexic fans as "massive cooling".
     
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    Well, the pipes look like a subway map, that must count for something....

    You think the fan should be bigger? How bigger? I don't recall any laptop with bigger fans. Only more of them on with more heat exits.

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    Well, at least they're not a ridiculous tripod design.
     
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    Is the GPU actually soldered?
    Namely, was this confirmed?
     
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    Even if it's pulling 225W from the socket, the cooling SHOULD be able to keep the temperatures down by 15-20 degrees C at least (so, 75 to 80 degrees C in total under load) and Ryzen able to sustain it's turbo boost to 3.6 GhZ.

    Nvidia+Intel laptops with 7700hq and 1060 (or 1070) likely pull same if not more from the socket under load, yet their cooling can keep them operating at stock boost clocks without throttling.

    It's an engineering sample for now, so I'm hoping Asus will have these kinks ironed out before they ship these out.
    I want the Ryzen 1700 version with 8 cores and 16 threads.
    Plus, it should be possible to undervolt both the GPU and CPU.

    Ryzen is susceptible to an undervolt - so Asus could easily play around with it and optimize the voltages for each laptop.
     
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