PC Specialist brings mobile PC performance to new levels with their Ryzen 9 3950X-powered Nova laptop
PCSpecialist's new 15.6-inch Nova is a desktop-grade performance powerhouse
Published: 2nd April 2020 | Source: PCSpecialist |
PCSpecialist brings mobile PC performance to new levels with their Ryzen 9 3950X-powered Nova laptop
That's right, sixteen Zen 2 cores on a laptop. That's the potential of PCSpecialist's new 15.6-inch Nova notebook, which supports AM4 processors from AMD's 6-core Ryzen 5 3600 to AMD's Ryzen 9 3950X. The only downside is that this notebook used the Ryzen 9 3950X's 65W Eco mode, optimising the system for both power draw and performance.
With AMD's Eco mode, processors like the Ryzen 9 3950X are said to see up to 44% decreases in power draw while maintaining up to 77% of the processor's full performance. That's a big deal for mobile users, allowing CPUs like the Ryzen 9 3950X to be fitted within a notebook form factor without any overheating concerns.
With this system, PCSpecialist also plans to deliver graphics cards like Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti, RTX 2060 and RTX 2070, packing a lot of graphical horsepower within this mobile system. Combine this with the Nova's 144Hz screen, and users should have a great time gaming on this notebook.
For £1,666, PCSpecialist is offering buyers a 15.6 Nova notebook with Ryzen 9 3950X processors, a 144Hz 1080p display, 16GB of 2666MHz memory, an Nvidia RTX 2060, 512GB of NVMe storage and a Sound Blaster Cinema soundcard. That's a lot of power for a 15.6-inch notebook.
PCSpecialist is expecting its new Ryzen-powered Nova notebooks to be in stock on April 10th, ushering a new era of desktop-class mobile performance.
Pre-orders for this notebook are already available, though stock for this laptop isn't expected to arrive before April 10th. You can learn more about this notebook on PCSpecialist's website.
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