Gigabyte's Aorus brand brings us an impressive, updated high-end gaming notebook which uses NVIDIA's Max-Q tech to cram a GTX 1080 into a surprisingly slim chassis.
NVIDIA's Max-Q technology, unveiled at Computex 2017 in Taipei this week, has opened the floodgates for a new class of more portable high-end gaming notebooks. And the new Gigabyte Aorus X5 MD — an updated version of the GTX 1070-toting X5 V7 — is among the first to boast Max-Q status.
The company was demonstrating the X5 MD at its Computex booth this week, with a design almost identical to that of its predecessor, only with significantly improved performance — a measure of what Max-Q can achieve compared to the technology of just six months ago.
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