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  • 15. 6″ 3mm ultra-thin bezel | Samsung UHD 3840×2160 AMOLED display | 100%DCI-P3 Color Gamut, more colors than sRGB
  • Best Color Accuracy: Individually calibrated and certified with X-Rite Pantone
  • 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H 6 core processor w/ 2. 6GHz/4. 5GHz (base/max turbo)
  • Powerful Graphic Performance: NVIDIA GeForce GTX1660Ti GDDR6 6GB Supports NVIDIA Optimus technology to increase gaming experience
  • 16GB DDR4 2666MHz Samsung DRAM module | M. 2 NVMe PCIe 512GB Intel 760P SSD | Windows 10 Home
  • Microsoft Azure AI | All Intel Inside | Killer Ethernet E2600/ Killer Wi-Fi 6 AX1650 (powered by Intel)
  • Various I/O Ports: UHS-II Full-sized SD Card Reader | HDMI 2. 0 | mini-DP 1. 4 | Intel Thunderbolt 3

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AERO: Unbridled Performance, Endless Possibilities Ultra-light, super-fast, with a gorgeous OLED display, the AERO 15 OLED is the first laptop designed specifically with digital creators in mind. Perfect for photographers, graphic designers and entrepreneurs on the go, the AERO 15 OLED offers unparalleled performance, stability, and does it all without overheating. From the beginning, the AERO series raised the bar of what a high-performance laptop should be; ultra-light, ultra-fast, with no limitations. Cutting edge engineering enhanced the end user experience by tackling the finer details, optimizing performance through calibration. The all new AERO evolves again from the inside out with an upgraded cooling system, refined aesthetics with an unparalleled visual experience, giving users the power to realize endless creative possibilities. With the AERO series, users can have lightning fast video or 3D rendering, or embrace smooth as butter gameplay of AAA game titles.


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[2020] Gigabyte AERO 15 YB-7US1430SH Thin and Light Gaming Laptop, 15.6" Thin...

Last update was on: September 22, 2020 6:10 am

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An absolute infernal

Do not buy the 9980HK variant of the Aero 15 OLED. The thermals are bad out of the box. Gigabyte says they use Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut TIM and while not as good as Kryonaut, should be better than the stock TIM used by the majority of DTR/Gaming Laptops. Gigabyte also claims there is a 30% improvement in thermal capacity over the previous generation of Aero 15 laptops with their “Supra Cool 2” heatsink/fan system. This should mean, at the very least, the 9980HK should not thermal throttle at stock clocks with max fans. That is not the case. The cooling system (heatsink/fans/TG TIM) appears inadequate for the 9980HK. I am currently going through the process of several steps to see if thermals AT stock clocks WITH max fan speed can be improved. That means trying various voltages, different pastes (including but not limited to TG Kryonaut, IC Diamond and KPx TIM) and thermal pads. Build Quality: Thermals aside, this is a very nice looking laptop. The build quality is refined for the better, over the previous chassis. Two hang ups. The screen if lower than 45 degrees, will shut on its own. The keyboard layout takes a bit of getting use to but the bigger issues is the lack of function key lighting on the per key RGB keyboard. Screen: The OLED panel is simply amazing. It a beauty to behold. Extremely bright and X-rite color calibrated out of the factory. If you are a content creator, this is the panel for you! Features: The I/O is second to none in the 15 inch laptop segment and allows you to actually do work instead of just simply playing games. I LOVE LOVE the USH-II card reader. Finally a fingerprint reader…but why must it be in the touchpad?! Please Note: Before anyone comments that I shouldn’t expect the 9980HK not to throttle in such a slim chassis, know my expectations were low when purchasing this machine. I am not expecting it to clock as high as the 9900K as in my DT. I was expecting some thermal throttle, but nothing like the 2.8 to 3.2Ghz (all core) I am seeing when rendering video. That is lower than the 8750H/9750H or even most of the 9980H laptops. I will update this review with benchmarks and to hopefully show an improvement in thermals. If not this laptop is going back. Rageset (Team: PremaMOD – HWBot)

A “creator’s” review: Not what you’re hoping for

I’ll preface this review by saying that if you’re looking at this primarily for gaming, then take this with a grain of salt. The hardware meets expectations, however, the functional design does not. And that typically means more when you’re coming from the perspective of purchasing as a tool (i.e. “creator”) than it does as a toy (i.e. “gaming”). Not meant to be insulting – I game as well when I have the binge time. But this laptop has been purposely marketed for an additional audience that it doesn’t really suit, and that’s what my review is intended to highlight. Firstly, credit where credit is due. 90% of this laptop is incredibly well built. However, a few things I’m not sold on, to a bothersome degree. One is the touchpad, which I wont even be using much at all, but a mediocre touchpad with a fingerprint reader feels like a half-sell. Keeping in mind the “creator” appeal that Gigabyte seems to be after, this’ll be a choking point for those who have used a Macbook. Secondly, the keyboard was designed for your arthritic grandma, minus the epileptic LEDs. I anticipated an overall “gamer” design, but the keyboard goes the opposite way of creative/professional use. For a better idea of this, compare where your ‘G’ and ‘H’ keys are on your current device (even on mobile). Generally, these are more or less lined up with the middle of your screen. Now look at the Aero’s keyboard. Much more significant offset. If you type a lot for a living, good luck. It was an unfortunate cost of throwing in a gamer numpad on a 15.6” device…even though their 17” seems to have the exact same design. Thirdly, the screen hinges don’t instill any confidence. Take a look at the pics I uploaded – each hinge is only connected to the outer portion of its housing. Combined with a screen that opens up to ~120 degrees max, any additional tension beyond that point immediately starts feeling like it’s screaming its safe word. Especially noticeable given that the base feels beautifully solid. Bottom line is, it feels cheap and easily destroyed, and that doesn’t fit the theme here. Finally, I can’t tell who the i9/2070 version is meant for– creators or gamers..? I’m using this strictly for my job, so I wanted less GPU in favor of better CPU and battery. A $3200 machine with an i9, but 16GB RAM in an 8×2 config that consumes all DIMM slots? I understand appeasing the mythical dual channel gods, but out of all the models in this new line up, the i9/2070 probably justifies the “creator” tag the most. Even so, I bought a 16GB stick to throw in to make up for the 32GB this should’ve came with, assuming it intelligently came with one free slot, like my Dell did for half the cost. At this price point, as well as a slew of models, it doesn’t make sense to have hardware configs that meet half the expectations of each of their 2 types of customers. Just add another $100 to cover the increase so that one of the buzz phrases can apply. I was cool with 16GB until I saw the 8×2 DIMMs, and as your target audience nerd, it didn’t prevent me from still buying and addressing myself. But it makes even less sense when you cover the screws with warranty stickers. Again, who is this product for? I’ve historically really liked GB’s products…they’ve been my go-to motherboard brand for the past 10 years. And I think they are one of the closest, if not the closest, to perfecting this kind of laptop. Which is why it’s disappointing to see the shortcomings be what they are. Maybe v3 will be it. I didn’t own the previous model, so I cant compare in that regard. But, it still missed the mark. Regarding my uploads: the charger is fairly large (Surface charger and iPhone 10 for comparison). Reasonable given the hardware, just a “head’s up” point here. It also looks pretty slick…definitely out of Batman like another reviewer said. Random aside: If you’re planning to wipe the drive and do a fresh install of Win10, get an up-to-date image. For the first time, I couldn’t install either the WLAN or LAN drivers because they both require a more recent version of Win10. I got around it after the fact with a USB to ethernet adapter.

All I was hoping for except last 20% of battery

Was looking for a good gaming laptop to play during commute. Bought Aero since it has the largest battery to power GPU and CPU while on the go. Playing sessions are good, I switch to full HD to handle games while on battery. The problem is once the battery reaches 20% CPU goes to 0.7Ghz and no windows options change that. It is not heat related. Once you charge it to be 21% all goes back to normal and purely on 20% mark goes to a crawl again. Normally it wouldn’t be an issue, but my commute is exactly 60 mins and the last 5-10 mins I can’t use it to finish my play session. I hope there is a solution for this, but googling around didn’t yield much.


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