Gaming laptops with 4K displays were for a long time beautiful yet frustrating machines. High-resolution video, websites and icons may have looked razor-sharp on the desktop, but try to fire up a triple-A title and you’d be met with frame rates sludgier than a snail caught in a trail of treacle.
Thankfully, gaming laptops like the Gigabyte P37X came along to solve that. Powered by Nvidia’s new GTX 10-Series of graphics cards, they’re capable of desktop-like performance and make it possible to game at higher resolutions without titles running like slideshows.
Compared to newer entrants like the that sport 4K displays and are running on Nvidia’s older Maxwell-based GPUs like the GTX 980, the P37X makes much more sense.
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