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Which laptop for 1080p60 AAA Gaming?

Which would be better?


Acer Nitro 5 AN515-44: AMD Ryzen 4600H, 1650Ti 4GB VRAM, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 144hz 15" Screen - £770


Asus Zephyrus G GA502DU - AMD 3750H, 1660Ti Max-Q 6GB VRAM, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 120Hz 15" Screen - £732


I'm leaning to the Zephyrus for it's better GPU and slimmer design, but the Nitro 5 does have a significantly better CPU and a 2.5" Bay for an SSD upgrade (although the Asus has a 2nd NVMe).


I've whittled down to these two based on current offers and sales in my area, anyone have either or have advice on which is better? Thanks!

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erm neither? if i have to choose, Nitro 5

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Ryzen 4600H is alot better, but that won't help you, if the GPU is the Bottleneck during Gaming here.


Unless it's a hard-CPU-bottlenecked Game  (ashes of the singularity etc), the Zephyrus will have more fps - simply because the GPU is stronger.

CPU difference is not big enough to make a difference on the long run, since you won't be able to upgrade your GPU anyway.

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