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ASUS announced a new laptop with a refresh rate of up to 300Hz. Known as the ASUS ROG Zephyrus S GX701, it is the first product to achieve such a high refresh rate with matching specifications. The
Zephyrus S GX701 has a GTX 2080 overclocked to 1230 MHz in Turbo mode and a CPU with an i9 H series chip. No news about the other components, but imagine that the memory matches in terms of number and clock frequency. The specs are nothing to laugh at and are a prerequisite for making full use of 300Hz.
Asustek said that this jump represents a 25% increase in the current standard of maximum refresh rate of 240Hz, which is equivalent to five times more frames than standard displays. Outcome? Smoother gameplay, better mobile fluency, and improved player responsiveness. By reducing the delay between refresh cycles to only 3.3 milliseconds, the display can process the frames generated by the GPU faster, thereby reducing stuttering.
Asustek stated that it has not sacrificed image quality for better refresh rates. It has obtained Pantone verification through factory calibration and the use of VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification, resulting in more than 1 billion true colors and deep contrast.
It is conceivable that these are all effective methods to generate a lot of heat, but ROG has proposed an ingenious solution: an active aerodynamic system. When the laptop is turned on, a hidden vent will be exposed, allowing much-needed cold air to flow through, cooling the entire machine, albeit with a thinner profile. The
Zephyrus S GX701 is scheduled to launch in Q3 2019 so it will be soon, but ASUS has yet to announce pricing details, but common sense suggests it won't be cheap. Once we know more, we will definitely update your information so that you can do it yourself.