Gigabyte P35X V6

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Gigabyte P35X V6
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By avforums.com on 70

At £2,000, the P35X v6 is a whole lot of money to pay for a gaming laptop. The specification is top notch though with a glorious UHD 4K display, 8GB GTX1070 GPU, Skylake i7-6700HQ CPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a lightning fast Samsung SM951 M.2 SSD. No...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

Gigabyte P35X v6 – Battery Life This machine has a 76Wh battery, which instantly lifts it above the XMG P507 – it features only a 60Wh power pack. The bigger battery and similar specifications means that the Gigabyte handily beat its rival in our...

By TheStraitsTimes on 80

Those who prefer a more understated, less gaudy-looking laptop for work or play will find the P35X to their...

By XSReviews on 90

Gigabyte P35X v6 & P37X v6 review: two GTX 1070 laptops go head to headGigabyte P35X v6 & P37X v6 review: two GTX 1070 laptops go head to head2016-09-15William JuddHeralds of the GTX 1070 dawnDesign - 9Performance - 9.5Display - 10Keyboard & Trackpad -...

By HEXUS.net on

The favoured combination for today's best 15.6in gaming laptops appears to be an Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics. Add a dollop of DDR4 memory and a sprinkling of solid-state NVMe storage and you have the makings of an...

By HardwareHeaven on

This machine packs a 4K screen and Core i7 processor into a 21mm-thick frame, and it only costs £2,100 – a decent price considering the amount of hardware inside.The Pascal architecture is the first time that a mobile range of GPUs has been able to...

By HardwareHeaven on

The Gigabyte is an awkward laptop. In many areas it's superb: its games performance is top-tier, the rest of its specification is powerful, and the screen is impressive in both resolution and benchmarks.In other areas, though, it's more disappointing....