Leaked Alienware M15 with AMD Ryzen CPU

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Good news for loyal users AMD came recently, AMD seems to have convinced more laptop OEMs to include the Ryzen processor option. Because it seems Alienware M15 Dell next will be launched with CPU AMD Ryzen 5000.

According to Rogame, who has leaked a benchmark list that includes a number of Alienware laptops via Twitter, which is currently Dell only sell options Alienware M15, R3 and R4 are powered CPU Intel 10th generation Core.

From these benchmarks, most likely Alienware M15 The R5 will give you a choice CPU Ryzen which is very different. One variant Alienware M15 edition Ryzen The R5 looks set to be powered by a processor AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card.

There is speculation that the RTX 3070 in question here is the Max-P version. Max-P and Max-Q do not use an Ampere card, so it is difficult to say how they will perform without knowing the TGP. Meanwhile the two main variants will be shipped with CPU AMD Ryzen 7 5800H and GPU RTX 3070 or RTX 3060.

According to the leak, all three models Alienware M15 The Ryzen Edition R5 will be equipped with the same 16GB RAM, NVMe SSD, and 15-inch FHD 144Hz display panel as the model. Alienware M15 now. Laptop Alienware M15 R4 supported Intel from Dell at this time, there may be a higher display option available, although there is no 17-inch mode.

The rumors, Dell aren’t the only gaming laptop makers looking to make an effort to offer CPU options AMD Ryzen. However, the current leak shows that the Razer Blade 14 which will be launched uses a processor AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card.

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In addition, there is news that the next generation Dell G15 and HP Omen 15 laptops will also be coming with CPU AMD Ryzen 5000 and Nvidia RTX 3000 graphics card.

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