Asus going for 12nm Ryzen 7 3750H chips

AMD makes a declaration with its 12nm Ryzen chips in CES, and ASUS is among the very first few brands to use the new processor. With a choice in between a 15.6-inch (FX505DY) or 17-inch (FX705DY) versions, both models are powered by either a Ryzen 7 3750H or Ryzen 5 3550H processor, and include Radeon RX 560X discrete GPU. Both versions feature FreeSync-enabled Complete HD displays, though you get a much better 120hz screen on the 15.6-inch version.


Both designs are developed to endure falls and “extreme environments” thanks to the mil-spec toughness and hexagonal bottom style. They both pack beefier-than-usual LED keyboards with complete number pads and 1.8 mm of key travel. Other functions consist of 7.1 channel virtual surround noise, onboard ethernet, a 512GB PCIe SSD or 1TB Fireuda SSHD, approximately 32GB of RAM, and three USB ports. These processors likewise support 4 screens, so depending upon the exact setup these laptop computers will be able to drive a number of external monitors. ASUS specifies it will have at least a HDMI 2.0 output, and the entire device will be ranked to MIL-STD-810, a typical market resilience metric but which requires extra preparation to accomplish.

While there is no main cost as of press writing, it is good to see ASUS use more budget friendly Ryzen chips for its low-end gaming laptop computer line. In addition, this is a positive advancement for AMD, as brands acknowledge that there are options to Intel’s processors.

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