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Author Topic: Max savings on mini laptops: 17% off the GPD P2 Max Mini ultrabook or 20% off the GPD WIN 2 gaming laptop  (Read 387 times)

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GPD is currently offering some great discounts on its range of well-regarded handheld computers and consoles. The sale is part of a 10th anniversary celebration being held by AliExpress. Currently, it’s possible to pick up a GPD WIN 2 for US$620 or a P2 Max mini laptop for US$732.06. Further discounts are available for new customers and through coupons.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Max-savings-on-mini-laptops-17-off-the-GPD-P2-Max-Mini-ultrabook-or-20-off-the-GPD-WIN-2-gaming-laptop.459179.0.html

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You must be utterly, utterly joking with how much you're inflating the Win2's capabilities. Notebookcheck's own benchmarks (including ones linked to in the article!) have listings for the HD 615 iGPU you get with both of those units - and they show it barely approaching 20fps on GTAV 1024 x 768, or a whopping TEN frames on Fallout 4 brought down to 720p[/url, both on minimum settings.

I'm as much a fan of eking out performance from integrated chips as you can get, but making those claims for UHD 615 is ridiculous, especially when both the (dual-core!) CPU and iGPU have to squeeze into that 5w TDP.

You can't honestly be calling either of those figures "playable frame rates", especially when both are already at bare minimum settings (and you're dropping GTAV to a 4:3 resolution last seen in Core 2 Duo laptops in 2006!).

 

 
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