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  • The issue you might find there is with the SDD, Windows these days needs a quite large drive just to install and manage itself, I'm surprised they still sell them with 512GB.

    From a FG perspective it'd certainly run it, you'd probably need to turn quite a bit of the features down (as you would with any laptop) but with orthos and bits like that it'd keep it looking alright.

    Interesting it says here that the 7535H chip is purely Chinese domestic market only:

  • Thanks for that - how about this an alternative:

    PC-Gaming - EPICAL-Q Zorg, 

    AMD Ryzen 5 5600, 

    16 GB RAM, 

    1 TB SSD, 

    GeForce RTX™ 3050, 

    Windows 11 Home (64 Bit)

    3.5 GHz

    470 mm x 210 mm x 380 mm

    699,90 €

  • I've got this one,, and I run FG on max settings except trees (I have them on medium or low) and pylons/roads (cause of storage). I do HDR frequently and have good performance. The performance drops in urban areas with dense building coverage and detailed aircraft with many systems or high poly counts, as with any system. I also run photoscenery.

    With all that said I get a solid 30 fps (which I have capped) when flying in Alaska, the Rockies, rural Britain or even Seattle with the Beaver, Huey or similar GA aircraft. This weeks flightnight was good for me FPS-wise, I got around 20, which is good considering there were a bunch of mp aircraft, when we got to Brussels, or around there, the fps dropped because of the aforementioned buildings. Also, bear in mind that I was running HDR the whole time.

    It's also worth noting that I can get 45-60 fps when I don't have 'em capped under the conditions I mentioned before.

    So good performance on a laptop is not unrealistic and is actually achievable with the right purchase, I do recommend going with Asus ROG if one is looking for a portable powerhouse (note that some fan noise will be present under heavy load, as it is expected with any laptop that isn't a mac), the TUF lineup is the second, and cheaper option, but the quality is a bit less with the TUFs (they use cheaper materials like plastic for the chassis and some other details aren't as refined as with ROG, the visual appeal is also higher with ROGs, they're generally more sleek and elegant).

    That's just my two cents, thanks for reading, if you lasted through to the end lol.

  • Cheers Cyber - and I did get to the end :0).

    I've decided against a laptop as it would come with a Spanish keyboard. I had one may years ago and I really didn't like it. Old dog etc. My guess (and I haven't used a Windows machine for about 20 years) is that the AMD Ryzen 5 5600 / GeForce RTX™ 3050 combo should suffice.

  • edited June 24

    Well, that last one I looked at was massive. This is more the size I could do with:

    Mini Gaming PC

    Intel Core I9 10885H

    Nvidia RTX 2060 6G

    Windows 11, up to 5.3Ghz 32GB DDR4 1TB NVMe

    Hopefully, it will slot in here:

  • I think I am almost settled now on this:

    AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, 32 GB RAM

    GeForce RTX™ 4060, 

    480 GB SSD + 1TB HDD ,  

    Windows 11 Pro (64 Bit)

  • That is the right one uncle Warty.

    A computer must be blinky blinky. The innards and the airflow are also looking fancy good..... I looove it.

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