EVGA SC17 is Gaming Laptop with GTX 1080 and G-Sync Display: EVGA SC17 specifications

EVGA SC17 specifications

The manufacturer EVGA has announced the launch of its new Gaming laptop SC17 , the company’s new gaming laptop with GTX 1080 graphics card which boasts of being equipped with all the latest technologies and an Ultra resolution screen HD that features NVIDIA G-Sync technology. EVGA is a manufacturer that started as an NVIDIA graphics card assembler, but today it has a wide catalog that also includes motherboards, boxes, heat sinks, power supplies and even peripherals.

Taking advantage of this fact, EVGA breaks all molds with this SC17 because it is the first gaming laptop in the market that has the power supply integrated into the equipment itself, and that without greatly increasing the size or thickness of the laptop. Let’s summarize the EVGA SC17 specifications, beyond what we have already told and the fact that it incorporates the power supply inside the computer, eliminating the annoying external power supplies common in laptops.

Processor Intel Core i7-7820HK Kaby Lake-H.
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8 GB GDDR5X.
17.3-inch Ultra HD display with G-Sync.
Supports connection to external G-Sync monitors.
SSD M.2 PCIe NVMe 256 GB.
2.5 “disc from 1 TB to 7200 RPM.
32 GB of DDR4 RAM to 2666 Mhz (2 x 16GB SO-DIMM).
Windows 10 Home 64-bit.
Bluetooth, WiFi, Gigabit LAN.
Three USB 3.0 Type-A
Full HD Webcam.
Full keyboard with white backlight.
Dimensions 408 x 295,5 mm.
Weight: 4.05 Kg.

EVGA SC17 specs

As you can see, the team has some interesting features to run any modern game to maximum detail, but on the other hand is a rather heavy equipment. Something had to be bad as much power, with a screen of 17.3 inches and no need for external power supply, right? As we usually say, it’s a mobile gaming station more than a laptop. EVGA has not announced date of availability or price at the moment, but expect it to be expensive and it definitely won’t make it to list of best gaming laptop under 1000 dollars for sure.

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