CES 2019 Quick Byte: Ryzen 7 3750H inside the ASUS FX505DY TUF Gaming with 120 Hz Freesyncby Ian Cutress on January 6, 2019 12:10 PM EST
One of AMD's announcements today involved its new 35W 2nd Generation Ryzen Mobile processors, and part of that announcement showed one of the first notebooks that will incorporate these parts: the ASUS FX505DY TUF Gaming. This gaming notebook has the choice of the Ryzen 7 3750H or the Ryzen 5 3550H, which both have four cores, eight threads, and turbo up to 4.0 GHz and 3.7 GHz respectively. This will be paired with a discrete graphics card, the Radeon RX 560X, which has 4GB of GDDR5 RAM,
One of the key features will also be the display, with ASUS offering a 15.6-inch IPS 1080p display running at 120Hz with FreeSync enabled. Cheaper models will have a 60Hz 1080 display. Memory will be offered up to 32GB of DDR4-2400, and storage will be a combination of NVMe and SATA options. The battery will come in at 48 Wh, with a total system weight just over 4 lbs.
These processors also support four displays, so depending on the exact configuration these laptops will be able to drive a couple of external monitors. ASUS states it will have at least a HDMI 2.0 output, and the whole device will be rated to MIL-STD-810, a common industry durability metric but which requires extra planning to achieve,
We expect more details on the FX505DY this week, so stay tuned.
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hanselltc - Sunday, January 6, 2019 - linkA shame Vega Mobile isn't on this. I guess its Apple only :(
The_Assimilator - Monday, January 7, 2019 - linkWhat's the point of having a 1080p 120Hz display tied to a crappy GPU that isn't capable of rendering that many FPS?
Alexvrb - Monday, January 7, 2019 - linkThey have a couple of display options... maybe they'll add a second option for a higher powered GPU. Also it's a FreeSync display so it will look better in action than the standard 60hz model, regardless of framerate.