The desire to cram EVGA graphics card Nvidia Geforce 1080 GTX gaming laptop to the superior SC17, finally accomplished as well as what will be shown by one of the new models of SC17 1080.
Most have similarities with its predecessor models 1070 SC17, SC17 EVGA 1080 looks still empowers the latest Intel Core processors i7-7820HK Kaby Lake to overclock, 32GB DDR4-2666 memory (2x16GB), 256GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD, hard drive 7200 1TB RPM and 17.3-inch IPS display panel that supports 3840 × 2160 pixel resolution with onboard Nvidia G-Sync.
In order to accommodate 4K game play that have not owned predecessor, EVGA has equipped the 1080 SC17 latest models with support for Nvidia graphics card Geforce 1080 GTX is able to bring framerate comfortable with amazing screen resolution. As for dealing with a variety of game play VR, SC17 in 1080 is also equipped with a USB 3.1 (Gen1) Type-C, three USB 3.0 ports, two mini DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0, and Mic-In / Headphone-Out Combo Jack.
EVGA itself seems to have to sacrifice some of its predecessor model profile to accommodate its new GPU, so that initially its thickness is only 1.07 inches now to 1.3 inches at the thickest part. Comes with aluminum unibody design, the new SC17 1080 weighs about 4.05kg (8.93lbs), which is lighter than its predecessor model (SC17 1070) that weighs 4.1kg (9.04lbs).
Not only can the backlight of the keyboard LEDs be controlled using the company’s branded software, both CPU and GPU can also be overclocked using EVC Precision XOC Mobile software or hotkey preset (SC mode or downclock with EOC hotkey).
Available on the official EVGA website now, this latest SC17 1080 gaming laptop is marketed for $ 2,999.99