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Author Topic: GTX 1650 and GTX 1650 Ti confirmed for the Surface Book 3 following SIRIM and MIIT certifications; launching today  (Read 426 times)

Redaktion

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Due to be unveiled later today, the Surface Book 3 has been confirmed to be arriving with a choice of at least three GPUs. The Surface Book 3 will be an all Intel and NVIDIA affair though, with no AMD APUs or GPUs making their way into Microsoft's premier Surface hardware.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/GTX-1650-and-GTX-1650-Ti-confirmed-for-the-Surface-Book-3-following-SIRIM-and-MIIT-certifications-launching-today.464165.0.html

Lum Dërmaku

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configuring them with an i7 10710U would make so much more sense instead of the 4 core Ice Lake one. Maybe they did it because it is a 10nm vs 14nm chip which might improve a bit on power consumption? Or maybe because those who will use it in tablet mode and do gpu-bound work on it will see an improvement with the iris plus g7 vs the uhd 630?

ariliquin

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Considering the compromises they have made here with the CPU for power management over performance they would be better off with AMD. So disappointing. 

Rick

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I'm looking for a 13"-14" ultrabook with Ryzen 7 15W and the 35W GTX1650.
And OEMs just deliver products with crappy old tech Intel!

Dan6

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Quadro graphics with U-cpu in 15", such a waste.. Let's hope for Dell XPS 17

 

 
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