The Aorus X7 Pro, not to be mistaken for the VR Ready Aorus X7 DT will probably be one of the most effective laptops available, having double NVIDIA video cards in SLI and a 17.3-inch 3840 x 2160 resolution at 120Hz with a 5ms reaction time. Aorus hasn’t authoritatively revealed video card specifications for the X7 Pro since they can’t yet name the “new-era NVIDIA GPU” that self control the portable laptop. Since NVIDIA hasn’t reported their new Pascal-based mobile GeForce GTX 1080M right now, we’re wagering the X7 Pro uses double GeForce GTX 1080M’s. This isn’t the first occasion on when we found out about Pascal mobile GPUs at Computex – MSI reps indicated to TweakTown that the new MSI G65 Vortex would use double GTX 1080M’s in SLI.

X7 00 With 4K 120Hz Display, AORUS X7 Pro Laptops Rocks Dual GTX 1080M In An SLI
via: aorus.com

Despite the fact that GPU specifications aren’t released, we realize that the Aorus X7 Pro will pack in a quad-core Intel Core i7 Skylake CPU, up to 64GB of DDR4-2133MHz RAM, M.2 PCIe SSD’s, USB Type-C support, and HDMI 2.0. Since the X7 Pro’s 4K show has a 5ms response time, we don’t think G-Sync will be bolstered. Like whatever remains of Aorus’ new X family, the X7 Pro will highlight the new full RGB Fusion console backdrop illumination, with improved shading customization examples and impacts. This is truly gigantic news considering desktops don’t have entry to 4K 120Hz shows at this time those are coming in the not so distant future.

x7pro sync With 4K 120Hz Display, AORUS X7 Pro Laptops Rocks Dual GTX 1080M In An SLI
via: notebookcheck.net

So far scope on the Aorus X7 Pro has been quiet, with the new Aorus X7 DT and X5 gaming portable laptops getting the most importance. This is entirely inquisitive given how inconceivable the X7 Pro’s specifications are, yet I’m speculating the absence of consideration is likely due to NVIDIA not having uncovered the mobile Pascal chips. We’ll make sure to redesign you while the afresh data becomes visible. The Aorus X7 Pro begins at $2699 with a release this late spring.

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