ROG’s new Gunmetal 7 Plus ultra-competitive version now debuts Intel’s 13th generation Core mobile processor flagship model i9-13980HX.
The i9-13980HX can be seen as a mobile port of the i9-13900K desktop processor, with specifications of up to 8 large cores + 16 small cores and a core frequency of 5.6GHz.
ROG official data shows that the new Gunmetal 7 Plus can achieve 135W sustained performance release in enhanced mode through ROG performance optimization design. In terms of cooling, the Gunmetal 7 Plus is built with a combination of three fans + seven heat pipes, and the CPU and GPU are both made of second-generation Violent Bear liquid metal.
At present, the first batch of gaming notebooks on the market are basically equipped with HX series processors transplanted from the desktop end, generally using the i9-13900HX, which is also 8 large cores + 16 small cores, with a core frequency of 5.4GHz, 0.2GHz lower than the ROG model equipped with the i9-13980HX.
The ROG Gunstar 7 / 7 Plus Ultra Gaming Edition is now available for reservation and will be officially launched on February 8.
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