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It's not too often that we see epic deals on gaming notebooks, but Best Buy is currently running a promotion on the Acer Nitro 5 that made us do a double take. The laptop comes with some pretty stout specs and will only set you to back $599 (plus tax, of course). That price will get you a 15.6-inch Full HD (1920x1080) IPS display with Acer ComfyView technology to reduce screen glare. The display is backed up by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU with 4GB of GDDR5 memory onboard.  Powering the system is an Intel 7th generation (Kaby Lake) Core i5-7300HQ quad-core processor with a base clock of 2.5GHz and the ability to boost up to 3.5GHz. It isn't HyperThreading-enabled, but... Read more...
Dell's popular XPS 15 notebook received a Coffee Lake infusion today, and it makes an already great laptop even more appealing. On the processor front, the XPS 15 is available with 8th generation processors covering the Core i5 and Core i7 (H-Series) product families. In addition, the range-topping Core i9-8950HK 6-core chips is also available as an option, if you need the absolute best Intel mobile processor that money can buy. The Core i9-8950HK is a hexa-core beast (12 threads) with a base clock of 2.9GHz. The processor, however, leverages Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology, which allows it to clock up to 4.8GHz on a single core. Core i5 models (i5-8300H) are available in quad-core/octa-thread... Read more...
ASUS is once again expanding its mobile family, with the latest entry being the all-new ZenBook Pro UX550. According to the company, this is "the thinnest, lightest, fastest and most elegant ZenBook Pro yet", and we have no reason to doubt those claims. The first thing that you will notice on the ZenBook Pro UX550, other than its svelte chassis, is its 15.6-inch NanoEdge touch display, which has a Full HD (1920x1080) resolution and wide 178-degree viewing angles. At the heart of the machine is a seventh generation Kaby Lake processor; in this case, a Core i7-7700HQ that teams up with 16GB of DDR4-2400 memory. For those that like to game on the side or dabble in 3D rendering, there's an NVIDIA... Read more...
It was not that long ago when the idea of buying a gaming laptop meant spending a heavy premium versus a desktop setup. That was always a tough pill to swallow, because for the most part, there was no way to upgrade critical components like a GPU, down the road a bit. What you got is what you would have to live with for the life of your laptop. That latter restriction remains today but now, more than ever with more powerful mobile platforms, gaming laptops can offer a reasonably good return on investment. That is certainly true of the EON15-S from Origin PC, the 15.6-inch frag-ready notebook we're looking at today.With a starting price of $999, the EON15-S is not an expensive gaming laptop... Read more...
After weeks of speculation, NVIDIA announced its entry-level Pascal-based GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards in mid-October. Not long after, HotHardware gave you reviews of both cards. While neither card is going to give you 4K gaming satisfaction, both are reasonably-priced desktop offerings that will handle your 1080p gaming needs with aplomb. NVIDIA has already treated notebook users to mobile SKUs of the GTX 1080, GTX 1070 and GTX 1060, so it should come as no surprise that there might soon be a version of the GTX 1050 Ti destined for mobile use. Given the lower power demands of the GTX 1050 Ti, we should expect to see Pascal-power in even thinner gaming notebooks going forward.... Read more...
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Ti The moment has finally arrived. After nearly two months of speculation, NVIDIA has finally pulled the wraps off its new entry-level GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards. NVIDIA is confident that these budget cards won't drain your wallet and will allow you to enjoy your favorite games at 1080p/60fps. Although NVIDIA isn’t ready to divulge all of the specifications for the new cards just yet, it did let us know that both GP107 GPUs feature a 135mm2 die size, 3.3 billion transistors and a 128-bit memory interface. The GTX 1050, as we’ve previously reported, comes with 640 CUDA cores and 2GB of 7Gbps GDDR5 memory. The GTX 1050 Ti ups CUDA cores to 768 and... Read more...
We're not the only ones who read the rumors, you can bet that hardware companies do as well. One of the rumors swirling right now is that NVIDIA's getting ready to release a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card, which will bring the awesome power of Pascal to gamers on a tighter budget. It appears AMD wants to steal some thunder from that launch by marking down its Radeon RX 470 graphics card.The Radeon RX 470 debuted at $179, a reasonable price for a reasonably fast graphics card. However, it's about to get cheaper—the folks at TweakTown believe they have it on good authority that AMD will cut $10 off the price of the Radeon RX 470, bringing the MSRP down to $169. While that isn't much of a price... Read more...
If you’re looking for a budget Pascal-based graphics card with plenty of overhead for overclocking, it looks as though NVIDIA could have a winner on its hands with the upcoming GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. Although we don’t expect 4K or even 1440p gaming prowess from the GTX 1050 Ti, it should provide plenty of performance for those that game at 1080p. When we last visited the GTX 1050 Ti, it was reported that the card would have 4GB RAM, 768 CUDA cores and feature base and boost clocks of 1290 MHz and 1382 MHz respectively. However, the custom GTX 1050 Ti that is now making the rounds has a base clock of 1354 MHz and a boost clock of 1468 MHz. While those are some pretty nice gains over the stock... Read more...
Over the past month, we’ve gotten a clearer look at what to expect from NVIDIA’s new entry-level GeForce GTX 1050 series of graphics cards. In our most recent report, we learned that NVIDIA is planning both 2GB GTX 1050 and a 4GB GTX 1050 Ti variants. Today, we’re receiving confirmation of both the GTX 1050 Ti branding and the fact that the card will use the Pascal GP107 GPU. Images of a Chinese-based card also confirm 4GB of GDDR5 memory onboard the card and show that the GP107 is quite a bit smaller than the GP106 found inside the GTX 1060. If you’ll also notice that the PCB features a 6-pin power connector, despite the fact that we’ve been hearing from multiple sources that the GTX 1050 series... Read more...
We’ve already heard rumblings about NVIDIA’s upcoming budget GeForce GTX 1050 GPU series, and today we’re learning even more info about the cards that are aimed at the ultimate penny pinching gamers. We’ve learned that there will reportedly be two versions available, both of which are based on the GP107 graphics core: the standard GeForce GTX 1050 with 2GB of RAM and the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB of RAM onboard. The GeForce GTX 1050 is said to come with 640 CUDA cores, which by far makes its the weakest member of the Pascal family. The base clock is dialed in at 1354 MHz, while the boost clock goes up to 1455 MHz. When all the numbers are tallied, the GeForce GTX 1050 will have FP32 compute... Read more...