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Acer Nitro 5 specs

Price: $2,
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 HX CPU
GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX
RAM: 16GB
Storage: 1TB SSD
Display: inch, p, Hz
Battery:
Size: x 10 x inches
Weight: pounds 

The Acer Nitro 5 (reviewed at $2,), jam-packed with an AMD Ryzen 9 HX CPU and an Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU, is like store-bought pizza. After you pop it into the oven and chow down on it, does it taste good? Sure! However, once you compare it to the cheesy, delectable slices from your local mom and pop’s pizzeria, you start questioning your new box of DiGiorno. They have the same ingredients and a similar price, but the fresh-out-of-the-brick-oven pizzas have an edge.

In the same way, the Nitro 5, on paper, is an excellent gaming laptop, but it loses its razzle and dazzle after comparing it to other heavy hitters with similar internals. It’s a decent option and you wouldn’t mind spending money on it, but there are better competitors out there that offer more pizzazz — heh-heh — for the same price.

The Nitro 5 series typically targets budget-conscious gamers, but Acer kicked it up a notch by offering some beefy internals and catering to a crowd with money to blow. Though my pizza analogy may come across as a critique of the Nitro 5, it holds up surprisingly well in the premium space. There are plenty of aspects of this Acer gaming rig that I adore and I wouldn’t rule it out as one of the best gaming laptops, but after running our in-house tests on the Nitro 5, I can’t help but feel as if the grass is greener on the other side. 

Acer Nitro 5 price and configuration options

My review unit costs $2,; it’s jam-packed with an octa-core, GHz AMD Ryzen 9 HX CPU, an Nvidia GeForce RTX with 8GB of VRAM, 16GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD and a inch, x pixel IPS display with a Hz refresh rate.

If that configuration is too expensive for your tastes, there’s another AMD model at almost half the price. For $1,, you can snag a Nitro 5 with an octa-core, GHz AMD Ryzen 7 H processor, an Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU with 8GB of VRAM, 16GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD and a inch, x pixel display.

Acer Nitro 5 design

I always enjoy the designs that Acer creates for the Nitro 5 series. It’s as if an Acer employee snuck up behind Optimus Prime, ripped a few components out of his robotic build, and sprinted back to the factory before the Autobot rips them into shreds. 

The onyx-coated lid features an Acer logo and two squiggly black lines that appear to be striking the hinge like dual lightning bolts. Speaking of the hinge, you’ll spot the word “Nitro” in bold red letters on it. Keep your microfiber cloth handy because the chassis — particularly the lid — attracts fingerprints like a moth to a flame. You may notice that the chassis feels a little plasticky, and well, that’s because it is, indeed, made out of plastic. This doesn’t faze me too much. After all, plastic is less susceptible to overheating while gaming.

The side bezels are slim, but the chin and top bezel are thick. The panel’s corners have an eye-catching, beveled-edge design. Moving on to the deck, it features a keyboard with a black-and-white motif. Some keys stand out more than others because they’re defined with a thick, white outline. Unfortunately, I’m not a fan of the layout (I’ll dive into its hiccups in the keyboard section below).

Flip the Nitro 5 upside down and you’ll spot four rubber feet on each corner, making room for a large, edge-to-edge ventilation grill that takes up almost half of the underside.

At pounds and x 10 x inches, the Acer Nitro 5 is heavier than the Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 ( x x inches, pounds) and the Razer Blade 15 Advanced (14 x x inches, pounds), but lighter than the hefty Alienware m17 R4 ( x x inches, inches) 

Acer Nitro 5 ports

The Acer Nitro 5 has a decent stock of ports.

On the left side, you’ll find an RJ45 Ethernet port, a USB Type-A port, a headset jack and a Kensington lock slot. On the right side, you’ll discover an HDMI port, another USB Type-A port and a USB Type-C port. And no, the latter is not of the Thunderbolt variety, which is a limitation of AMD-equipped laptops. 

Acer Nitro 5 display

The Nitro 5’s inch, x pixel display, offering a screen-to-body ratio of 80%, was a sight to behold while I watched The Suicide Squad trailer. 

Margot Robbie, while shooting enemies with two guns in her hands, spun around in maniacal glee in a dazzling, eye-catching scarlet dress, showing off panel’s color reproduction prowess. I spotted the specks of lint that populated John Kinnaman’s backpack straps — a testament to the display’s ability to render sharp imagery. I even saw the intricate details of the tattoo on his arm, which featured the side profile of a woman.

When I played Dishonored 2 on the Nitro 5’s Hz display, I was hypnotized by the royal chambers inside a storied medieval castle. The rich cobalt blue sheets, adorned with a floral and diamond design, caught my attention as its golden trim tickled the worn-out, wooden floor. Sun rays poured into the bedroom, exposing glittering dust particles that were once invisible to the naked eye. I even took some time to marvel at a giant, creepy painting in the room that features a ghostly ship filled with pale specters and phantoms. I saw tiny crinkles in the painting and other signs that the artwork is an ancient, deteriorating masterpiece.

Unfortunately, the Acer gaming rig is a little bit on the dim side. It emanates only nits of brightness, which is dimmer than the average premium gaming laptop ( nits), the ROG Zephyrus G15 ( nits) and the m17 R4 ( nits), but is brighter than the Blade 15 Advanced ( nits).

The Nitro 5 covers 82% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, but it’s up against some stiff competition. The Acer (finally) outperformed the m17 R4 (81%) and the ROG Zephyrus G15 (77%), but it’s less colorful than the average premium gaming laptop (86%) and the Blade 15 Advanced (88%).

With a Delta-E color accuracy score of (closer to 0 is better), the Nitro 5 beat the average premium gaming laptop (), the Blade 15 Advanced () and the ROG Zephyrus G15 (). The Acer and the m17 R4 share the same score.

Acer Nitro 5 keyboard and touchpad

Typing on the Nitro 5 keyboard is like moving to a foreign country and needing to get accustomed to the food, culture and way of life. OK, maybe I’m being dramatic, but the point is that you’ll need to get acclimated with Nitro 5 before you can be truly comfortable. The shortened Shift key drove me up a wall. This, by the way, is an issue I addressed in laptop trends that must die

Capitalizing words was a pain in the rear. Instead of landing on the Shift key, my finger often landed on the up arrow, which made my cursor fly into another paragraph. And next thing you know, I found myself accidentally typing between previously written sentences. Boo! It’d also be nice if the keys were springier and bouncier.

On the 10FastFingers.com test, my words-per-minute average dropped to 75, a huge drop from my typical 85 to wpm average. This isn’t to say that typing on the Nitro 5 keyboard is awful — you just need to get used to the atypical layout. 

On the plus side, the most oft-used keys in PC gaming (i.e. the W, A, S, D and arrow keys) are outlined with a thick, white trim to help them stand out. There’s also an “N” key located within the top-left corner of the full-sized numpad, which quick-launches the NitroSense app for fan management. The previous Nitro 5 I reviewed outlined these keys with red trim; I prefer the white by miles because white-on-black has better contrast.

If you have a preference for crimson-and-onyx color schemes, you can get this motif by turning on the red backlighting, which has four levels of brightness. Unfortunately, if you prefer customizable, per-key RGB lighting, you’ll be disappointed because you’re stuck with white-backlit keys and no fun animations. Call me a bore, but I don’t mind this; I prefer gaming without the fanfare of distracting light shows.

The x inch touchpad matches the width of the spacebar. Its surface has the right amount of resistance and smoothness to make cursor navigation seamless. It’s also responsive to Windows 10 gestures such as two-finger scrolling and three-finger tabbing. 

Acer Nitro 5 audio

The Nitro 5’s speakers don’t get loud enough. I found myself straining to hear riveting tales of former criminals recounting heart-stopping stories of pulling off record-setting robberies on Netflix’s Heist. I adjusted the volume to the highest setting on the Netflix app, but the amplification bump was imperceptible. I navigated to my Windows taskbar to turn up the volume, but imagine my surprise when I saw that the volume was already at its max setting.

I moved on to testing the Nitro 5’s dual DTS: X Ultra speakers on Spotify and listened to Lil Nas X’s “Industry Baby.” The amplification on Spotify was slightly better, and it did fill my medium-sized testing room, but for those who prefer loud-and-proud sound, the Nitro 5’s bottom-firing speakers may be too quiet. Lil Nas X’s voice sounded a little nasally and hollow and the speakers lacked that full, well-rounded sound that sends chills down your spine.

I fired up the DTX:Ultra tuning app, which has seven presets: Auto, Music, Voice, Movies, Strategy, RPG and Shooter. None of them benefitted the audio quality.

Acer claims that the speakers feature 3D spatial soundscape, so I tested this out on one of my favorite games: Hitman 3. I knew I was going to have a bad time when the title screen loaded and the orchestral main-menu theme, which typically gets so loud that it causes jump scares, sounded too low. Lucas Grey, an ally of my character (Agent 47), tried to give me remote guidance on a plan he had to take down our enemies, but I had trouble hearing him over the Nitro 5’s steady hum.

On the plus side, the 3D spatial soundscape feature worked well. If an NPC was having a conversation off screen, I always had a good idea of where they’re located even though I couldn’t see them. You can always opt for a gaming headset, too 

Acer Nitro 5 gaming, graphics and VR

The Nitro 5 is powered by an Nvidia GeForce GTX GPU and 8GB of VRAM, a beastly chip that can handle graphics-intensive tasks like a champ.

In Dishonored 2, I cranked up all graphics settings to the max, but I low-key regretted it because Dishonored 2 takes place during a calamitous rat plague, and the mangy rats appeared to be more pronounced and detailed. Yuck! I can say the same for “bloodflies,” bloodthirsty, fictional insects that are more savage than mosquitos. Their nests, which look like giant, ruby-red honeycombs, triggered my trypophobia more than usual — likely because they appeared to be well-delineated and more defined. I also noticed that the pools of blood populating the Dishonored 2 world had a strangely beautiful glistening effect.

Combat felt more visceral as I sliced off enemies’ arms and heads with my sword. The details of severed heads looked a little bit too real.

Dishonored 2 takes place in a coastal city, so I was blown away by how realistic the bay looked as it ebbed and flowed near the docks. An eerie fog blanketed the area and added to the game’s spooky atmosphere. Even with all of these striking details, Dishonored 2 managed to hover around and frames per second during gameplay. Nice!

On the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey benchmark (Highest, p), the Nitro 5 reached 64 fps, which matches the average premium gaming laptop. The Acer's trio of rivals have the same GPU, but two out of three managed to beat it. The ROG Zephyrus G15 and the m17 R4 beat the Nitro 5 by achieving 67 and 78 fps, respectively. The Blade 15 Advanced fell in fourth and last place, only reaching 58 fps.

The Nitro 5 averaged fps on the Grand Theft Auto V benchmark (Very High, p), which crushed the fps category average. It also beat the ROG Zephyrus G15 by a hair (98 fps). However, the Nitro 5 couldn’t catch up with the Blade 15 Advanced and the powerful m17 R4, which output averages of and fps, respectively.

On the Far Cry New Dawn benchmark (Ultra, p), the Nitro 5 climbed to 94 fps, beating the fps category average as well as the Blade 15 Advanced and the ROG Zephyrus G15, which achieved the same score (87 fps). Of course, the m17 R4 stole the show again with a killer fps average of  

When we ran 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra test, the Nitro 5 (6,) smashed the category average of 5,, but it failed to surpass the Blade 15 Advanced (6,), the ROG Zephyrus G15 (6,) and the m17 R4 (7,).

Wondering whether the Nitro 5 can handle VR? You’ll be happy to know that the Acer gaming rig knocked it out of the park on the VRMark Orange Room benchmark with a score of 10,, sailing past the average premium gaming laptop (8,). The Nitro 5 also defeated the Blade 15 Advanced (8,), but not the ROG Zephyrus G15 (9,) nor the show-stopping m17 R4 (11,).

Acer Nitro 5 performance 

The Nitro 5 sports an AMD Ryzen 9 HX CPU and 16GB of RAM. To write this review, I already had Google Chrome flooded with 35 tabs. To really put it to the test, I added four more tabs: three Twitch streams and Netflix. The Acer laptop juggled my tabs like a talented court jester — I didn’t experience any lag nor slowdowns.

On the Geekbench benchmark, the Nitro 5 served up a score of 8,, which beats the category average (6,), the Blade 15 Advanced’s Intel Core iH CPU (6,) and the m17 R4’s Intel Core iHK CPU (8,), but not the ROG Zephyrus G15’s AMD Ryzen 9 HS processor, which output a spectacular score of 8,

The Nitro 5 took only 6 minutes and 17 seconds to transcode a 4K video to p on our HandBrake benchmark, flying past the average premium gaming laptop (). The ROG Zephyrus G15 shared the same time as the Nitro 5, but the Blade 15 Advanced () and m17 R4 () were slower than the Acer laptop.

When we ran the file transfer test, the Nitro 5’s 1TB SSD duplicated 25GB of multimedia files in 36 seconds at a transfer rate of megabytes per second. This is slower than the category average ( MBps) and the Blade 15 Advanced’s 1TB SSD ( MBps), but speedier than the dual 1TB SSDs inside the m17 R4 ( MBps) and the 1TB SSD packed in the ROG Zephyrus G 

Acer Nitro 5 battery life 

Gaming laptops are typically stuffed with power-hungry internals, so I didn’t expect a lot of battery endurance from the Nitro 5 — and my assessment was correct.

The Acer gaming rig lasted 4 hours and 33 minutes on the Laptop Mag battery test (continuous surfing over Wi-Fi at nits of brightness), which outlasted the average premium gaming laptop by seven minutes (). The Nitro 5 also has more endurance than the m17 R4 (), but less than the Blade 15 Advanced () and the ROG Zephyrus G15 ().

Acer Nitro 5 camera

The p camera found on the Nitro 5’s top bezel is nothing to write home about. Just like most laptops on the market, this one has plenty of visual noise and lacks definition. One positive is that it reproduces color well, perfectly capturing the bold and gold letters on my graphic tee and the peach-painted wall behind me. 

However, don’t expect to become a successful Twitch streamer with this camera. Although the beads in my braids have a striking design, the webcam didn’t capture it; you won’t get sharpness, clarity nor detail. Check out our best webcams page to get a camera with better video quality.  

Acer Nitro 5 heat

After testing out a few games on the Nitro 5, I noticed that the chassis got a little too toasty. Sometimes, OEMs find a way to engineer gaming rigs so heat generation concentrates in untouched locations, but unfortunately, I found that the middle of the keyboard got pretty hot. That being said, I was curious to see the temperature results from our thermal tests.

On our gaming heat test, the Nitro 5’s center-keyboard region climbed to degrees Fahrenheit, which is five degrees hotter than our degree comfort threshold. The touchpad hit 77 degrees and the underside was the hottest location, reaching a sizzling degrees.

After playing a minute, p YouTube video, the Nitro 5 remained relatively cool. The Acer laptop’s center (88 degrees), touchpad (79 degrees) and underside (94 degrees) all hovered below the degree comfort threshold. Again, the hottest location was the underside. 

Acer Nitro 5 software and warranty  

The Nitro 5 has a cornucopia of pre-installed Acer-branded apps, including Acer Product Registration and Care Center, a platform that runs system diagnostics, updates and tuneups. The NitroSense app is particularly useful for monitoring CPU and GPU temperatures; you can also adjust the speed of the fans and manage your power-plan settings.

Bloatware is surprisingly light on the Nitro 5. You’ll find Facebook Messenger and Skype, but no silly games like Candy Crush Saga and Microsoft Solitaire Collection.

Content creators may take interest in Cyberlink’s PhotoDirector and PowerDirector apps; the former is a photo-editing app and the latter is a video-editing program.

The Nitro 5 comes with a one-year limited warranty. See how Acer performed on our Tech Support Showdown and Best and Worst Laptop Brands

Bottom line 

The Acer Nitro 5 has got a lot going for it: a rival-crushing AMD Ryzen 9 HX CPU, an impressive Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU and a color-accurate, visually satisfying display. Plus, it nailed our video-transcoding and Geekbench tests.

The Nitro 5 is an excellent laptop, but its competitors put up a very good fight, especially the Asus ROG Zephyrus G15. It’s only $ more than the Nitro 5 ($2,) and packs a Ryzen series CPU and an RTX GPU, too. The Asus gaming rig lasts more than 8 hours on a charge (longer than the Acer’s 4-hour runtime), it defeated the Nitro 5 on most gaming benchmarks, and the speakers aren’t as quiet. As such, I’d recommend the ROG Zephyrus G15 over the Nitro 5.

However, if you’re a professional video or photo editor, I’d lean toward the Nitro 5. Its video-transcoding speed is lightning fast, and we all know that time is money. Also, the display is also more color accurate than those on competitors. To sum it all up, the Nitro 5 is a decent laptop, but it struggles to stand out as one of the best in a sea of premium greats.

Acer Nitro 5 Specs

BluetoothBluetooth
BrandAcer
CPUIntel Core i5 H
Card SlotsSD memory reader
Company Websitewww.acer.com
Display Size
Graphics CardNVIDIA GeForce GTX Ti
Hard Drive SizeGB
Hard Drive Speedn/a
Hard Drive TypePCIe SSD
Highest Available Resolution x
Native Resolutionx
Operating SystemWindows 10 Home
Optical DriveNone
Optical Drive Speedn/a
Ports (excluding USB)HDMI, Headphone/Mic, Kensington Lock, USB with Type-C, SD card slot, USB , USB , Gigabit Ethernet
RAM8GB
RAM Upgradable to32GB
Size x x inches
Touchpad Size x inches
USB Ports4
Video Memory4GB
Warranty/Support1-year limited warranty
Weight pounds
Wi-Fiac
Wi-Fi ModelIntel Wireless-AC 2x2 ac

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Kimberly Gedeon, holding a Master's degree in International Journalism, launched her career as a journalist for MadameNoire's business beat in She loved translating stuffy stories about the economy, personal finance and investing into digestible, easy-to-understand, entertaining stories for young women of color. During her time on the business beat, she discovered her passion for tech as she dove into articles about tech entrepreneurship, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the latest tablets. After eight years of freelancing, dabbling in a myriad of beats, she's finally found a home at Laptop Mag that accepts her as the crypto-addicted, virtual reality-loving, investing-focused, tech-fascinated nerd she is. Woot!

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Acer Nitro 5 - " - Intel Core iH - GeForce RTX - 16 GB DDR4 - GB SSD - Gaming Laptop (AND)

Pros: -dual channel 16 gb ram (dual channel ram should always be standard on gaming laptops. no matter the default capacity 2x4 or 2x8) -bought this laptop for even at it's still a great value. -rtx , a great entry level for raytracing and dlss. in case you need something for cyberpunk ;) most newer games today run at p fps. including emulation (cemu,rpcs3) hz display gb ssd plus two extra slots for hdd (including cable) and nvme m.2 | the bottom is easy to open for upgradability. (keep in mind is not really enough and only are usable) if you have spare hdd/ssd move it to this laptop. - decent quadcore 9th gen cpu (coffee lake) -build quality is solid. can even open lid with one finger without lifting the bottom. -key presses can get frustrating at first when typing (missed presses). you'll get used to it. oddly enough i don't feel it when it while gaming. all around it's okay. i recommend a cover by leze. just protect it from dust.

Cons: - thermals: don't get me wrong the cooling solution gets the job done. undervolting doesn't do much so i'd recommend you buy a good thermal paste and replace it. perhaps, even use elevation or a cooling pad. gaming laptops usually get hot so it's pretty standard. and expect more in hotter/humid rooms. depending on your playing session. more than 2 hours is overkill. give your laptop and ac adapter time to cool down. undervolting got my laptop from 92 to ish (cpu) and that's two hours of use. gpu goes on idle (on startup or regular usage 40+ celcius) . it sits around max reached with cooling pad i've maintained cpu gpu at with external monitor/tv it (hdcp) the gpu usage gets , i recommend you use an external keyboard since the keyboard area can get hot. update: should be noted for undervolting. that xtu doesn't make a huge impact on the H series cpus. I recommend throttlestop. after a playing session with titanfall 2 & codmw (regular mp modes) i had max 81c , mostly on cpu with fans on max and cooling pad. so i recommend undervolting the cpu since it helps cooldown both chips due to fan design.

Overall Review: Well, i watched videos on this laptop. most gave it decent praise. but once i received my own it's more than I expected. love the rubbery matte texture nice glitter that you might not notice at first. the red led keyboard - if that a turn off for you. that's silly. the right shift button is small but you'll get used to it. as for the arrow keys. you'll most likely use it to increase/decrease brightness and volume. there is obviously some bloatware. just uninstall the majority. keep nitrosense and anything essential to this laptops experience. the power adapter plugs in from the right side. but it's angled. there's a cable rubber clip on it. i use it for my mouse as a diy bungee. it's no helios but comparing that most ti helios go for + atm this is a no brainer. great laptop.

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Intel® technologies’ features and benefits depend on system configuration and may require enabled hardware, software or service activation. Performance varies depending on system configuration. No product or component can be absolutely secure.

1. Specifications may vary depending on model and/or region. All models subject to availability.
2. Non-native response time. Achieved via LCD Overdrive.
3. Includes the effect of Intel® Thermal Velocity Boost (Intel® TVB), a feature that opportunistically and automatically increases clock frequency above single-core and multi-core Intel® Turbo Boost Technology frequencies based on how much the processor is operating below its maximum temperature and whether turbo power budget is available. The frequency gain and duration is dependent on the workload, capabilities of the processor and the processor cooling solution.
4 This product is not designed for cryptocurrency mining uses. Damages to your product arising from cryptocurrency mining or related activities are excluded from your product’s warranty.Explore and enjoy a new level of gaming with the powerful Nitro 5Intel® technologies’ features and benefits depend on system configuration and may require enabled hardware, software or service activation. Performance varies depending on system configuration. No product or component can be absolutely secure.

1. Specifications may vary depending on model and/or region. All models subject to availability.
2. Non-native response time. Achieved via LCD Overdrive.
3. Includes the effect of Intel® Thermal Velocity Boost (Intel® TVB), a feature that opportunistically and automatically increases clock frequency above single-core and multi-core Intel® Turbo Boost Technology frequencies based on how much the processor is operating below its maximum temperature and whether turbo power budget is available. The frequency gain and duration is dependent on the workload, capabilities of the processor and the processor cooling solution.
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Prices and Specifications are subject to change without notice.
 

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Acer Nitro 5 AN - 73G3 | iH | GTXTi 6GB | Hz

The Best Visual Gaming from Various Angles

Acer Nitro 5 memiliki layar seluas Inch dengan aspek rasio Resolusi layar Full HD x piksel membuat film dan Game terlihat lebih dramatis, teks lebih jelas, dan detail paling kecil terlihat dengan baik. Teknologi panel layar IPS memungkinkan gambar dan warnanya tetap terlihat baik walau dilihat dari samping, hingga sudut derajat.

Processor Quad-Core Intel® Core™ i7 Generasi Ke

Laptop Gaming Acer Nitro 5 dipersenjatai Processor Intel® Core™ i7 generasi ke sehingga membuatnya menjadi senjata Gaming yang sempurna. Processor i7 generasi 8 dengan arsitektur Cofee Lake ini menggenapi kemampuan Laptop dalam mengelola permainan berbasis VR (Virtual Reality). Processor i7 Coffee Lake seri H di dalam Acer Nitro 5 membawa efisiensi daya, teknologi pemrosesan yang makin canggih, dan maksimalisasi kemampuan silikon Processor untuk Clock Speed lebih tinggi dari seri pendahulunya.

NVIDIA Pascal: Arsitektur GPU Paling Canggih di Dunia

NVIDIA GeForce GTX membuat setiap orang bisa bermain Game dengan pengalaman visual 3D yang spektakuler. GPU ini dibuat dengan arsitektur Pascal™ terbaru dan paling canggih yang pernah dibuat di dunia. GTX dibekali langsung dengan teknologi NVIDIA Game Ready yang memungkinkan setiap Gamer dapat memainkan setiap judul Game terbaru. GeForce GTX dibuat dengan teknologi generasi terbaru yang dapat hadirkan visual berdefinisi ultra tinggi, kompabilitas dengan kebutuhan ekspansi multi-monitor, dan Game dengan fitur VR. Teknologi NVIDIA GameWorks™ menghadirkan kualitas visual Gaming yang ekstra mulus dan berkualitas sinematik. Untuk mendukung VR, ada teknologi NVIDIA Ansel™ yang memungkinkan Anda bisa melihat visual Game hingga derajat pada perangkat VR.

 

Sistem Pendingin Acer CoolBoost

Saat kinerja PC meningkat dan waktu permainan semakin panjang, Acer CoolBoost membuat Anda bisa mengontrol suhu perangkat keras laptop. Teknologi ini memungkinkan Anda mengatur proses pendinginan perangkat keras laptop secara manual. CoolBoost yang terintegrasi dengan 2 kipas pendingin dapat mengurangi suhu CPU dan GPU hingga 11%.

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Nvidia acer nitro 5

Acer has refreshed its Nitro 5 lineup of entry-level gaming laptops for the second half of , and its new inch model launching in mid-October seems particularly impressive given its $1, price. Its p display has a Hz refresh rate, and it comes equipped with an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia’s RTX Ti graphics chip. (Acer hasn’t specified the CPU model or what the maximum graphics power of the GPU will be.) Other specs include 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a 1TB SSD. That sounds like a solid gaming laptop to me, so long as you’re not expecting too much out of it.

If you want something smaller, Acer also has a inch version coming in mid-October for $ It also has a Hz refresh rate screen, but as you might have guessed with the $ price difference, there’s more than just size that gets a reduction here. It has an 11th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a GB SSD, and on the graphics side of things, it features the Nvidia GTX This should still be able to do some light gaming, but it’ll likely be a more compromised experience than what the inch can do.

Both models have an ethernet port and a Thunderbolt 4 port, in addition to three USB-A ports, HDMI out, a mm jack, and a Kensington slot.

Image: Acer

Acer gave the latest Nitro 5 just a couple of minor design adjustments that make it stand out a bit compared to the early model. It still has a red and black colorway with edges that taper off, along with a full-size keyboard. The barrel plug charger now plugs in along the right side of the laptop instead of its back, and parts of its lid and chassis appear to have a grippier texture.

If you just got the Nitro 5 or a similar gaming laptop earlier this year, these upgrades don’t seem like must-haves. But if you’re in the market for a inch machine, Acer’s latest seems like a fantastic value.

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Gaming Maksimal, Dingin Optimal - Acer Nitro 5 GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti

Can you get an 8-core gaming laptop with a GeForce RTX inside without completely breaking the bank? Yes.

That’s the pitch for Acer’s latest Nitro 5 iteration, at least, which packs an 8-core Ryzen 7 H processor, a GeForce RTX Laptop 8GB GPU, and an ultra-fast inch Hz panel for $2, on Amazon. Sure, there’s no optical mechanical keyboard, per key RGB lighting, or fancy magnesium or carbon here (it’s mostly plastic) but for gamers, having a fast CPU and a fast GPU might be all that matters, especially paired with such a speedy screen. Most RTX laptops cost hundreds more.

We recently got to unbox the Acer Nitro 5 and run a few benchmarks before shipping it off for a proper review. You can watch our unboxing video on Youtube or embedded below.

Although this isn’t our proper review, we had a chance to run a few tests, which we’ll tease below. First up is the unsurprisingly awesome performance of the 8-core Ryzen 7 H using Maxon’s Cinebench R The results are dead even with the smaller Acer Nitro 5 we reviewed previously. 

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The performance of the Ryzen series is well-established though. We were more interested in seeing where the GeForce RTX Laptop fell since we haven’t tested one with 8GB instead of 16GB of onboard VRAM yet. More importantly, the GPU is rated at 95 watts of total graphics power (TGP), versus units with far larger thermal budgets.

Using the synthetic 3DMark Time Spy test, we can easily ignore the impact of the CPU to concentrate on how the GPU alone handles. Overall, we’d say the 8GB GeForce RTX did fairly well, with performance comparable to laptops with pricier 16GB versions that are limited to a watt TGP, and even one at a watt TGP.

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For one last glimpse of the 8GB RTX ’s prowess we also ran Chaos Group’s V-Ray 5 test, which lets you render a 3D model on either the CPU, the GPU (supposedly using CUDA), or using the dedicated ray tracing cores of Nvidia’s RTX cards. Performance is again comparable to the 16GB version of the GPU at a watt TGP. So unless you need that 16GB of RAM for something specific, spending more for a 16GB version of the RTX probably isn’t worth it for most people—especially when paired with p panel.

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We’ll have our full review of the laptop up soon, so stay tuned.

Sours: https://www.pcworld.com/article//acer-nitrohands-on-this-rtxlaptop-might-be-a-screaming-value.html

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