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  • All right, guys, today we're gonna talk about a laptop.

  • Haven't done much laptop coverage this year.

  • I got a few things were recovering.

  • We I think we covered the 15 inch a Seuss razor.

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  • To learn more about the Sennheiser PC, 37 x from drop, click the link in the description below, I think the only laptop we've actually taken a look at this year was the 15 inch razor blade.

  • We also have a 17 inch razor blade pro coming Well, we've had it.

  • I've been testing it.

  • But today we're talking about something else because you know it's funny when it comes to laptops most friends are like We want to send you our flagship model the best of the best.

  • Like we've been talking with HP about taking a look at one of the omens, like the dual screen omens.

  • And it's like not everyone's looking to spend 34 $5000 on the laptop.

  • So today we will be taking a look at the ace.

  • Use G.

  • You 502 g.

  • This is a mid tier laptop that gives most of performance that you would want for a mobile solution here.

  • That's not on Lee powerful for gaming, but also has a clean aesthetic that you wouldn't be embarrassed to use this in the boardroom.

  • And it is configurable.

  • So of course your mileage is gonna very depending on the way you Spectators out.

  • But the reason why this is the G very it is.

  • It has a G sick panel built in its 144 hurts I PS Geesink panels.

  • That's already awesome.

  • I love the panel technology advancing like it has over the last several years to where we can get 144 Hertz Geesink I.

  • P s panel in a laptop but of course you need 444 hurts to even matter.

  • We need a powerful enough GPU.

  • So this is using an R t x 2060.

  • The rest of the specs, though Nothing brand new.

  • It's an intel ninth, Jen 97 50 h, 16 gigabytes of DDR 42.11 a c a one terabyte p c i e n v M e s s d in there.

  • So they already could be teaching razor a thing or two about actually putting in decent size.

  • SNC is cause even the razor blade pro maxes out of 512 gigabytes of SSD storage, which is ridiculous on something at that price point.

  • So kudos Stacy's for including a one terabyte.

  • I'm curious as to what the serviceability of this is like based on kind of what I just went through with showing you how to tear apart the Del system for my nieces laptop.

  • Not very easy to use your service, but I think a Seuss knows Ah lot of end Users of this tear laptop are probably gonna wanna upgrade things like memory in the future or a bigger SSD.

  • I'm curious if there's even room for expansion to put another drive in there.

  • But I think the only thing we're really going to get in here, besides this box of I kind of seems like a waste of a box.

  • To be honest, Couldn't they have just?

  • It may not look like a like a complete brand new unboxing, cause it's kind of not a sis.

  • This comes from their review inventory, so it's probably been reviewed once or twice, but not by me.

  • So it's still a new to me laptop.

  • It's got a nice, very plasticky, but I like that.

  • This is this kind of a matte finish instead of like the metal, because I'm telling you right now, this thing is a finger magnet.

  • As with any brushed aluminum or metal chassis that's black finger oils and stuff get everywhere.

  • This is a lot more resilient when it comes to not showing fingerprints and stuff.

  • The keys are all flat.

  • They're not domed or con cave.

  • They're very short throw, so it might take some used getting used to type on it.

  • But of course you're that's gonna depend on you and how quickly you just a keyboard or whether or not.

  • You've typed on a laptop for a long time.

  • I kind of suck at typing on laptops.

  • They tend to feel a little bit more squished.

  • But that's besides the point.

  • You can see we've got a very thin vessel, not edge to edge, but still large enough to.

  • Or even though this is a 15 inch laptops, it's not being made bigger because we have a fat bustle on there.

  • But in terms of the construction in the flex and the rigidity of this is, you could see that's a pretty strong hinge right there.

  • You see that that's that's staying in place.

  • But the true test is whether or not I can open it without it folding back.

  • That's the thing.

  • I always like to test Ruli that so a hinge is too tight, will pick up the whole laptop with it, and a hinge.

  • It's too loose won't keep its position.

  • So I think they've done a good job at keeping this just the right amount of tension.

  • There's a little bit of flex.

  • I know what you would expect otherwise.

  • It is a metal panel with a regular screen in there, but the hinges on the very edges, so there's gonna be a little bit flex, but no creaking, and it doesn't feel abnormal.

  • It's not anything that would concern me in terms of rigidity, though it isn't magnesium body, so it's not aluminium or aluminum.

  • It is magnesium, which is the same stuff.

  • I believe the Corvette frame was made for the longest time, which is why they caught fire.

  • They were a spark show.

  • Corvettes caught fire and they were fun to watch.

  • Well, if you want to see all kinds of neat colors and melting share, but as I mentioned, the panels of 144 hurts three milliseconds.

  • So we check in for things like ghosting.

  • I don't think.

  • Well, I don't think a Seuss would stoop Thio using a crappy enough penalty where we would be having ghosting at a high refresh rate.

  • The problem high refresh rate is if the pixel reefer, our response time can't keep up with the refresh rate.

  • Then you get ghosting where you'll have that trail.

  • I kind of a smudged image of it.

  • And the faster things move, the more ridiculous.

  • It looks absolutely the worst case scenario for a gamer and might be, especially if you're doing like shooters.

  • If we look at the bottom here, you can see we've got a decent amount of air flows.

  • We've got various intake fans.

  • It's that they might even be some down fire speakers right there.

  • Um, yeah.

  • So it's open it up and it see, But the insides look like I'm really curious as to what serviceability on this would be like.

  • Speaking of serviceability, it's gonna be made easy with my eye fixit kit, the one that my wife bought me for Father's Day about two years ago.

  • Fun fact, Um, I know communication.

  • I fix it.

  • They finally acknowledged me.

  • I feel more successful than when I got two million subs.

  • But that's beside.

  • So we're just using a Phillips here.

  • Looks like their Phillips all the way around.

  • This is not have a removable battery.

  • Unlike that Delery click, a button on the battery comes out.

  • So while I've got the laptop upside down, my eyes will point out that not only does aces have thick rubber feet at the front and even thicker feet of the back to Michael Gorman Air gap for the airflow right there they have a foot in the middle, which is kind of nice.

  • So as you're typing a second film reflex in the center of the laptop kind of moving and bowing down, So that's just sort of a still there, I guess.

  • It's so when your rage and slender hands keep, please don't slam her hands on the keyboard in a laptop.

  • That's something I could say I've not done.

  • That's like a positive point for this has good airflow during raging.

  • So just get in there and just sort of private little bit.

  • There we go.

  • All right, so the battery here is a 76 watt hour has a one terabyte.

  • Envy me.

  • SST.

  • We can add another one right here, which is kind of cool in terms of cooling.

  • Here, you can see we do have copper heat pipes.

  • This is probably some sort of a ceramic coat on here on the black.

  • This is probably just to make it aesthetically pleasing, cause it is visible through here, all blacks out.

  • Otherwise you would just see copper tubes to the bottom.

  • But we have a heat pipe here for our CPU on this side.

  • This is CPU.

  • This is GPU.

  • It's obvious because we have the GPU memory right there, so each one has its own dedicated pipe right here, as you can see.

  • But then both of them have a larger pipe, shared by also a smaller plate.

  • So in terms of temperature testing, we've had have been running now for probably 15 minutes or so, and we're seeing temperatures reach 71 72.

  • It clocked initially from about 14 40 down to 13 65.

  • I think, even though it's a full blown GPU, a lot of people are expecting to see the same clocks you'd get out of a desktop.

  • Keep you.

  • That's not the case because it doesn't have the cooling.

  • I mean, as you can see, it's just got these tiny fans one and then shared pipe from the other fan.

  • So with that scales, the performance.

  • So what were you kind of tested right here is what the kind of a worst case scenario would be you could see.

  • Now we're at 99% will drop to 35 back in 99 71 C, and the CPU is actually sitting pretty toasted to about 85 82 Now you might be wondering, J this is an RDX card.

  • So why are you running heaven?

  • That's an old test.

  • Well, D x 11 still pushes all those crude Accor's for everything that they're worth when it comes to gaming.

  • And I would never recommend turning on architects features with 2060 I'm sure in video gets salty every time I say that.

  • But given the fact that you have to turn the Arctic's features down so low Thio to keep the 2060 from taking a performance it and then turning on things like Deal SS, which is also known as D.

  • L s super smudgy for all out gaming performance, I highly recommend just leaving things with Artie.

  • X r d X are features turned off.

  • So that said, you can see we're having right around 71.

  • See, So I've got the little rubber pads.

  • I'm just curious because the way that we contest you know whether or not a geep you or CPU is getting enough airflow is that you can just sort of prop up the laptop, and what we found is when we did this, we dropped a couple of degrees, but not enough to make me feel like this is not adequate for cooling.

  • So if I pop that up right now, we let it run for a couple of minutes.

  • You can see we've already dropped a couple of degrees, and I feel like because those fan blades air so small and they're so close together, it's not a terrible tone.

  • So even though we're pretty toasty, like the bottom side in the back, with a lot of warmth coming out of there, I mean, this thing is under full load right now for the GPU.

  • And normally, if you're trying to game a situation like this, the Palm rest can get really hot and the keyboard can get really hot because some air does ventilate through the keyboard.

  • It's not uncomfortable.

  • I can actually feel a little bit airflow, a little bit of heat right above.

  • We're both the GP and CPU because they're right around here.

  • I could gain like this.

  • The pads air cool, so I think a Seuss has done a really good job at reflecting the heat.

  • Using thermal, Um, that's sort of a metal layer or something to kind of bounce the heat and make sure it doesn't come through the top, making it uncomfortable, and this is always my recommendation.

  • When it comes to mobile gaming like this, get yourself a laptop cooling pad.

  • That's what they're designed for.

  • They're designed to give fresh, cool air to the bottom of the laptop, is you?

  • They're just gonna look like a pad with a big fan on it that plugs into a USB, and it's powered by your computer.

  • You're not gonna want this sitting on your lap, especially if you want to have kids someday.

  • You don't have kids anymore.

  • You want to pay for a vasectomy.

  • Just play with gaming laptop in your lap for a while.

  • You'll be sterile, I promise.

  • So I'm gonna go in here now and kind of play around some of that fan curve.

  • So that's got a piece of software installed called Armory Crate.

  • So this is sort of where we're set right now on an overall kind of balanced.

  • Okay, so you can set it between windows silent or balanced, so it's gonna switch between windows controlling the fans.