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Alienware M15 and Dell G15 Gaming Laptops to use AMD Ryzen CPUs

Woohoo! Let’s all celebrate … Finally, Alienware M15 and Dell G15 Gaming Laptops will be using Ryzen 5000 series processors!

Taken from Engadget … AMD chips are finally headed back to Dell’s gaming laptops. Today, the company announced Ryzen 5000 editions of its G15 notebook and Alienware’s slim M15, giving gamers a solid alternative to Intel’s CPUs. The timing makes sense: AMD’s hardware made a strong showing in notebooks like ASUS’s Zephyrus G14 last year, and its latest batch of chips seem incredibly compelling. (How does potentially 20 hours of battery life sound?) The news is also another knock against Intel, which hasn’t announced 11th-gen chips for beefy gaming laptops yet (the current H-series CPUs top out at 4 cores). Consequently, Alienware’s latest M15 Intel models only feature 10th-gen processors.

The Ryzen M15 features a sleek black design with a “silky-smooth high-endurance paint formula,” which Dell says makes it more stain resistant and feel more “premium” (that sounds like a strange knock against the Intel models, to be honest). It’ll also be able to darken its interior a bit with a feature called “Dark Core,” which will supposedly help you focus more on your gameplay. The G15 (below) sports a new paint job and case that looks a bit more classy than the previous models

Just like the Intel version of the Alienware M15, the Ryzen version will also have an optional Cherry MX mechanical keyboard. There are several screen choices too, including up to a quad-HD (1440p) 240Hz panel or a 360Hz 1080p screen. Dell says it’s also the first Alienware notebook to feature user-upgradeable DDR4 3,200MHz, which could be helpful as memory prices fall over the next few years. The G15, due to its budget nature, only has 120Hz and 165Hz 1080p screen options.

Source: Engadget


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