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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 11:46 AM - Thread Starter
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[TH]Leak: AMD Ryzen 3000 Paired With Nvidia Turing in Upcoming Asus Laptops

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In what might seem like an odd combination, AMD's AMD's Picasso APUs (accelerated processing units) have been spotted with Nvidia's Turing-powered graphics cards in Asus' upcoming FX505DU, GU502DU and GU502DV gaming laptops.
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The Ryzen 3000-series APUs are reportedly hooking up with Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. This is an interesting combo, as the Ryzen APUs already come with integrated graphics and Asus is seemingly pairing them with a discrete graphics card. The Ryzen 3000-series duo are rated for 35W, which helps with lower power consumption and heat while prolonging battery life. Consumers can opt to use the integrated Vega graphics for everyday tasks and light gaming and switch to the GTX 1660 Ti for heavy gaming. According to TUM_APISAK, Asus also plans to offer the GU502DV laptop with the beefier GeForce RTX 2060.
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Hopefully the drivers switch gpu as seamlessly as my 7700hq/1050ti laptop. Nvidia control panel let's me choose igpu, dgpu, or auto, and the Intel igpu just takes what it is given.
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I had an OG Asus K53TA with the mobile crossfire setup and the drivers and screen banding were terrible at first. Things improved once enthusiast modded drivers started popping up.

Seems like an intelligent way to set up a gaming laptop. I will be keeping an eye on this as it develops - I only hope the drivers are sorted out from the get-go.

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Almost what I want to see in my next gaming laptop, but it's still a generation early.

Can anyone explain to me why MSI needs our laptops back on top of the wholesale price they're already more or less recouping from us with their GT72(s)/GT80(s) trade in program? MSI isn't a company you can trust!
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