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ASUS' Zephyrus G15, an AMD Ryzen 7 4800HS-powered notebook, has appeared online

AMD's entering the world of high-end gaming notebooks

ASUS' Zephyrus G15, an AMD Ryzen 7 4800S-powered notebook, has appeared online

ASUS' Zephyrus G15, an AMD Ryzen 7 4800HS-powered notebook, has appeared online

At CES 2020, AMD's due to reveal its Ryzen 4000 series of Mobile CPUs, bringing Zen 2 and 7nm to the notebook market, redefining what an AMD-powered laptop can offer. 

Today, Videocardz have leaked AMD's first Ryzen 7 4800HS-powered notebook, ASUS's Zephyrus G15, a 15.6-inch laptop with options which include FreeSync compliant 1080p IPS 144Hz/240Hz screens and Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti and RTX 2060 6GB graphics cards. 

When it comes to other hardware specifications, memory configurations of up to 32GB of 3200MHz DDR4 memory are available alongside 512GB/1TB M.2 NVMe storage drives, and WiFi6 support. The notebook is also said to offer up to a 76-Wh 4-cell battery option and a 180W power supply. 

Sadly, the specifications of AMD's Ryzen 7 4800HS are not listed, though these are expected to be revealed by AMD during their CES 2020 press conference tomorrow.   

The Ryzen 7 4800HS' pairing with Nvidia's RTX series graphics cards implies that AMD's mobile processors have received a significant uplift in performance over their predecessors, enabling AMD to potentially take market share from Intel in the gaming notebook market. This is great news for AMD moving into 2020, but not unexpected given AMD's existing success with its 7nm Zen 2 products. 

ASUS' Zephyrus G15, an AMD Ryzen 7 4800S-powered notebook, has appeared online

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05-01-2020, 20:27:13

NeverBackDown
More interested in cheaper Zen 2 APUs personally. Though its about time they started catching up in Mobile and take it more seriously.Quote

08-01-2020, 18:36:30

Fomdoo
oof AMD cpu, but Nvidia gpu.Quote

08-01-2020, 19:32:02

Thanos
There's also an MSI Bravo 15 from a couple of days ago with RX5500M for about USD900. Still don't know what the 'S' designates though for the 4800H.

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