The shift of gaming laptop design to the Nvidia Max-Q concept that is thinner seems to be increasingly showing the changing trend of consumer needs that more and more anticipated by a number of manufacturers lately. One of the producers who are so concerned about it, namely Gigabyte, rumored to have just revealed a new Aorus X9 gaming laptop that relies on a stretch of dual graphics GTX 1070 SLI and Intel Core i7 Kaby Lake that can dioverclock.
|Gigabyte Aorus X9|
This new laptop has an Intel Core i7-7820HK processor, with unlocked cores for mobile overclocking. As for the graphics support, available Dual GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card completes your choice which can be collaborated with IPS 17.3 “4K (3840 x 2160) IPS display panel with 100% Adobe RGB color accuracy or 120Hz 17.3” 3K (2560) display panel x 1440) with a response time of 5ms.
Support the memory, you can equip this Aorus X9 with DDR4-2400 memory options with capacity up to 64GB (4x16GB). As for the correct solution storage, Gigabyte seems to have known the needs of its users so offered a choice of storage media in the form of two SSD PCIe M2 512GB and hard drive capacity up to 2TB.
Gigabyte claims the latest Aorus X9 as the thinnest gaming laptop model in the world that has a “true” mechanical keyboard with dual GTX 1070 support in SLI. Especially for keyboard support, there is a mechanical brown switch (which Gigabyte seems to imply that Cherry as its manufacturer) is equipped with Aorus RGB Fusion backlighting. Not only that, the Gigabyte also looks to highlight the existence of quad-fan cooling design including RGB lightbar and chassis lighting, which gives Aorus X9 a combination of practicality and style.
Complete specifications (including USB and network connectivity) Gigabyte Aorus X9 gaming laptops are still unknown so far, but as soon as Gigabyte seems to have promised that there are at least two models (with different storage support) that will soon catch the US market before the end of October.
Gigabyte Aorus X9 with M2 PCIe 512GB SSD support for $ 3,649, while the exclusive Newegg Gigabyte Aorus X9 model with the support of two SSD M.2 512GB (RAID 0) priced $ 3,799.