GIGABYTE Launches G5/G7 Gaming Laptops with 12th Gen Intel Core Mobile Processor

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GIGABYTE has introduced new gaming laptops for Intel users who don’t want to wait for Raptor Lake.

Launching today, GIGABYTE’s G5 and G7 gaming laptops feature a 12th Gen Intel Core “Alder Lake” processor in the form of an i5-12500H, a CPU that counts 12 cores, 16 threads, and a maximum clock rate of 4.5 GHz among its specifications. Three configurations are available for each model, all of which are equipped with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series laptop GPUs.

These include the GeForce RTX 3060, GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, and GeForce RTX 3050, as detailed in spec sheets shared by GIGABYTE and a press release that goes into NVIDIA’s Max-Q technologies and the manufacturer’s WINDFORCE cooling system.

By adopting the award-winning NVIDIA Ampere Architecture, the breakthrough in graphic performance can support the drawing technique via ray tracing, as well as advanced artificial intelligence, for displaying more vivid light and shadow effects. This can certainly allow you to play AAA masterpiece games. RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs also feature the brand-new 3rd generation Max-Q technologies for optimal power and performance, the overall computing speed and gaming experience will be remarkably enhanced. Equipped with the unique WINDFORCE Cooling System, the highly efficient 59-blade dual fans, 5 exclusive heat pipes, and 4 exhaust vents, the laptops can dissipate the heat generated after the high-speed operation of the CPU and GPU, exert their 100% performance stably, and completely.

Other selling points of GIGABYTE’s new G5 and G7 gaming laptops include a lighter design (“the size of the laptops has been reduced by 22% compared to the laptops of previous generations”), 144 Hz displays, Thunderbolt 4, and PCIe Gen 4 SSDs.

The product page for the G5 gaming laptop can be found here, while the product page for the G7 can be found here.


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