Overview of the gaming laptop Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501 with NVIDIA Max-Q
In its ultrathin gaming laptop ROG Zephyrus GX501, Asus tried to solve the age-old problem of combining miniaturization and high-quality heat sink, taking as a basis compact dimensions in the framework of the Max-Q program from NVIDIA, top equipment and a completely new cooling technology.
Thin gaming laptop Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501 uses the design of Nvidia Max-Q and Asus developed cooling system, which was called Active Aerodynamic System (ASS). This makes it possible to use the integrated video card Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 with a minimum level of operating noise. At the same time, in terms of performance, the thinnest ROG Zephyrus on equal terms can compete with thicker gaming laptops.
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In the heart of this gaming notebook, in addition to the quad-core (4 x 8 GHz) Core i7-7700HQ processor, there is a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Max-Q graphics card. The system is supported by 24 GB of RAM, the game collection can be stored on an SSD-storage capacity of 1 TB. The available interfaces include 1 x HDMI, 4 x USB 0, 1 x Thunderbolt, 1 x Dual Audio Jack, and Bluetooth 1 and WLAN 801
In the complete set of delivery it is possible to find the adapter USB-on-LAN. Remarkable, we find the fact that a three-button mouse is attached to the device, which is not yet self-evident for gaming laptops. It is also interesting that in the box you will find even a screwdriver, with which you can unwind the case for maintenance.
In the game «Rise of the Tomb Raider», which is launched in Full HD resolution with graphics settings at the level of «Ultra» (DX12), Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501 reaches 1172 fps, and XMG – 112 fps. In the PCMark 8: Creative Accelerated benchmark, the laptop showed a score of 7752 points.
Judging by the results, we can state that Asus managed to pack a sufficient enough for High-End-gaming performance with an innovative cooling system and Max-Q design in a case with a thickness of 19 to 19 mm.