If you’re eagerly waiting for the release date of PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, another tech beauty can do better for you when it comes to gaming. Of course, consoles are cool, but a laptop can do pretty much anything a console can, and more. The XMG APEX 15 laptop is the perfect example.
The laptop is packed with features that can make any gamer eager to use the device.
With a Full HD IPS display of 144 Hz, a maximum amount of 64 GB of RAM accepted (2 x SO-DIMM DDR4 | 2666 MHz), 8 GB for the GeForce RTX 2070 video card, and AMD Ryzen 9 3950X processor, the little beast is capable of running pretty much any game at maximum graphical settings.
Efficiency Test Made by XMG for the Procesor
XMG has conducted single-core, multi-core, and efficiency tests on the Ryzen 9 3950X processor of the XMG APEX 15 laptop. Previously, XMG conducted tests for Ryzen 7 3700X, Ryzen 9 3900, Ryzen 5 3600, and two Intel Core models: i7-9700K and the i9-9900K desktop.
For the 105W configuration, the Ryzen 9 3950X processor scored 3939 points in the multicore test, and 215 points with a single core. As for the 65W profile, the same chip hits 195 points in the single-core testing and 3301 points for the multicore testing.
The 65W configuration in ECO mode provides an impressive performance boost of 34% per watt. 65W AMD Ryzen 9 3950X provides 3.1x and 2.3x better power efficiency than the Core i9-9900K and Core i7-9700K 95W (PL1) and 210W (PL2) processors.
Possible Configurations for the XMG APEX 15
Buying yourself a super laptop for gaming isn’t at all a bad idea, even if it has more than the necessary specs to run most high-end games from the market. Who knows how highly demanding games will appear in the next 5 years or so, and having the right gadget capable of running all of them cannot be any bad choice.
The XMG APEX 15 laptop will become available in the next several weeks with the following configuration: the Ryzen 9 3950X processor, RTX 2070 graphics card, 32 GB of RAM, and 1 TB memory.
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