Saturday, February 28, 2009

ASUS W90 - impressive test gaming laptop Ultimate-level in dispersal

ASUS Released under the slogan shift in the design and manufacture of notebook PCs today, laptop ASUS W90, or rather, the concept implies not only an interesting exterior design, but the design itself is rather compact, but allows you to create an extremely powerful mobile PC.

This is, as expected, attracted enthusiasts: gamers, overclockers, gamers and overclockers.

The key components of the system, let's be Processor Intel Core2 Duo T9400 and the video card ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4870 X2, which allows you to refer to products, W90 class of high-end gaming laptops.

The forum XtremeSystems, obtain the laptop ASUS, decided to check - the maximum he has the speed or the system can do more? Because of the speed at rated speed, it was known at the time of announcement - in 3D Mark 2006, according to the manufacturer, the system dials the 15 000 points.

To this end, CPU T9400, it was decided to disperse (the manufacturer did not prohibit, but on the contrary - suggests using tools Turbo Gear, improves performance by 25%) to nearly 4 GHz, the frequency of Mobility 4870X2 at 600 MHz / 1800 MHz for the GPU and memory respectively.

In this mode of operation, without overheating, as the «test», referring to the cooling system notebook simply wonderful (GPU temperature remained in the range of +70-85 ยบ C), W90 gives far more points in that test - 20 284 points!

It reportedly took advantage of whether the utility itself tester or picked up all the required settings manually in order to disperse, but the approval to increase the productivity of the ASUS looks quite plausible, and because new players interested in secured-enthusiasts looking for something faster than mGPU GeForce 9800M GTX SLI.

The market in the U.S. notebook W90 appears already on 23 February, at the same time, likely to be held and the presentation of Mobility HD 4870 X2 and Mobility HD 4670. Graphic solution Mobility HD 4850 will appear later, after approximately one to two weeks.