Gigabyte Aorus 15p with RTX 3070 and i7-11800H

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NotebookGigabyte Aorus 15p
operating systemWindows 10 (upgrade to Windows 11 possible)
CPUIntel Core i7-11800H (8 Kerne, 2,3 GHz-4,6 GHz)
GPUNvidia Geforce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU (115 W TGP + 15 W Dynamic Boost)
RAM16 GB DDR4-3200 (2 Slots)
SSD2x M.2 SSD Slots (Type 2280, unterstützt 1x NVMe PCIe Gen3 & SATA/ 1x NVMe PCIe Gen4)
DisplayFull HD, IPS, 300 Hz
connections3x USB 3.2 Gen1 (Typ-A)
 1x Thunderbolt™ 4 (Typ-C)
 1x HDMI 2.1
 1x mini DP 1.4
 1x 3.5mm combo connector
 1x UHS-II SD card reader
 1x Ladeanschluss
 1x RJ-45
Audo2x 2 watt speakers, microphone
LANRTL8125-BG REALTEK (2.5G) Ethernet
WLANIntel AX200 Wireless (802.11ax, a/b/g/n/ac/ax kompatibel), Bluetooth 5.2
WebcamHD, 720p resolution
safetyTPM 2.0 (Intel PTT)
power adapter230 Watt
weight2,24 kg
Dimensions357(W) x 244(D) x 23,6 ~ 27,4 mm(H)
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The Gigabyte Aorus 15P is equipped quite powerfully with an Nvidia Geforce RTX 3070 and an Intel eight-core i7-11800H. This does not only apply to the powerful package of these two computing chips, but also to the rest of the equipment of the 15-inch notebook. The full HD display, for example, offers a refresh rate of 300 Hz, so it is ideal for shooters or fans of high fps in general. Inside there is also an NVME SSD with one terabyte and 16 GB of DDR4 RAM. The connections hardly miss anything either: With HDMI 2.1 and Mini-Displayport 1.4, there are two current video outputs. Also available: three USB 3.0s, a 2.5 Gigabit LAN socket, and even the all-rounder Thunderbolt 4 is included.

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The 300 Hz display is ideal for shooter players because it not only makes the moving image smooth but also reduces the input lag with a faster refresh rate. The Full HD resolution makes sense here, because on the diagonal over 15.6 inches the pixel density is still pleasantly high. In addition, a higher resolution would only require more graphics performance, which results in lower Fps values.

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