At CES this year, Asus did announce an ultra-portable gaming laptop powered by Intel’s Tiger Lake-H processors, and it makes sense as it’s a go-to gaming laptop up to 16.6 hours of video playback. A thin and lightweight as it is, it packs a Core i7-11375H, and GeForce RTX 3070 laptop GPU should give a handsome gaming experience.
Thanks to Intel’s single-core improvement, though stuck with 4 cores, the cores have high clock speeds of 3.3 GHz base and up to a whopping 5.0 GHz. The best part is that due to the new 10nm SuperFin transistors, the processor draws only 35 W of power, helping Asus make the laptop light.
But does it affect the performance? Well, we have a first Geekbench score of this upcoming laptop; thanks to @TUM_APISAK, the new ASUS TUF Dash F15 with Core i7-11375H puts up some healthy number although it’s limited to 4 cores only.
The Core i7-11375H puts up a single-core score of 1577 points and is pretty good, whereas, in multi-core, the CPU manages to score a respectable 5159 points. Well, for a thin and light gaming laptop, the score is good enough; what really matters to get more FPS is the GPU.
So, the TUF Gaming Dash F15 gaming laptop could be a lucrative option for a lot of gamers who give more importance to overall gaming performance along with portability.