Instead of attaching ye plain olde 1080p fixed refresh rate display to the X5 V7-KL3K3D gaming laptop, Gigabyte chose a 2880×1620 G-SYNC display which is capable of up to a 75Hz refresh rate. As the laptop is powered by a GTX 1070, you will be able to play most games at full resolution, with G-SYNC ensuring a smooth experience. Along with the Kaby Lake i7-7820HK is a Samsung SM961 SSD, so non-graphical tasks also fly. The high end panel does boost the price, the model TechPowerUp reviewed will set you back $2400. If the features are worth it to you, check it out here.
"The AORUS X5 V7-KL3K3D is a stellar offering in terms of specifications, providing impressive performance due to an Intel Quad-Core i7-7820HK CPU, which Gigabyte paired with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070. This relatively thin and light gaming notebook also comes with a 3K IPS display that supports G-Sync."
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Dat bezel. Why do gaming
Dat bezel. Why do gaming laptops have huge ass bezels? Such a turn off. Actually a no buy ever for me.