One of the biggest announcements at CES 2021 seemed hard-won. The debut of Nvidia’s RTX 3000 series of graphics chips for notebook computers discourages you, you may miss hearing about more and more manufacturers At last Build a fast refreshing QHD screen in its portable game console.
A standalone QHD (1440p) monitor is a popular choice for keen gamers who use desktop computers for some reason. First, these displays are generally more affordable and feature richer than most 4K displays, and they look similar at the same time.Importantly, modern high-end graphics cards (such as AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT and Nvidia RTX 3080 (even some of the latest generation products) can also run games very much Good at QHD.
The frustrating and inexplicable thing is that if you want QHD built into a gaming laptop, you cannot choose QHD. You can choose 1
I still think 1080p looks fine For most use cases, I won’t argue that it’s not easy to clear the barriers for mid-range laptop hardware to display 1080p games with relatively smooth performance. On the other hand, playing the latest AAA games at 4K resolution and setting all graphics settings to max is impressive and medium, and the frame rate often falls into the non-playable area. The QHD screen in a powerful laptop can provide excellent visual fidelity, while the hardware should be kept up and running.
Razer’s Blade 15 is one of several laptops announced at CES 2021 that allows you to add a QHD screen to your order, and I’m glad to see that this will not add that much to the total. For only US$2,199 (US$200 more than the model with FHD 144Hz panel), you will get a machine with QHD IPS screen and 165Hz refresh rate, as well as a new Nvidia RTX 3070 and six-core 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor. This price is comparable to many current laptops equipped with the latest generation of parts and fast refreshing 1080p screens.
In fact, I won’t be surprised if this year’s QHD screen is below US$2K for gaming laptops. Acer’s 2021 Nitro 5 will also choose to have a QHD screen. I’m sure that many other OEMs will follow suit.
I can’t tell you what kind of performance Nvidia’s RTX 3000 series has on the new laptop. However, if you are used to playing games on a 1080p monitor, it might be instructive to see them all running on a QHD screen with higher pixel density.