GPD WIN Max 2021
Screen：8 inches，10 Points-touching CPU：Intel Core™ i7-1195G7，AMD Ryzen 7 4800U GPU：lntel® Iris® Xe Graphics 96，AMD Radeon Vega 8（4000） DDR：16GB LPDDR4x 4266 Storage：1TB M.2 NVMe SSD Thermal Design：Active Cooling Method, Dual Fan, Dual Heat Pipe TDP：15 W, 20W, 25W, Adjust in BIOS Wireless Network：5.0 Bluetooth：4.2 Thunderbolt 4：2，Support eGFX，1195G7 Only USB Type-C：2，USB 3.2 Gen2，4800U Only USB Type-A：2个，3.2 Gen1 microSDXC Slot ：1 HDMI：1，2.0b RJ45：1 Battery：57Wh, 11.4V==5000mAh×3 Series Length：207×145×26mm Net Weight：790g
Dual Thunderbolt 4 Ports, Doubled Bandwidth External eGFX, Frame Rate Increased By 300%
The transfer rate of Thunderbolt 4 is still 40Gbps, but the PCIe 4.0 bandwidth is doubled, and the maximum transfer rate supported by each connected device is increased to 32Gbps (4GB/s). The bus DMI 3.0×4 doubles to DMI 3.0×8, which can provide a total bandwidth of about 7.86 GB/s. Thus, when playing games with Thunderbolt 4 external eGFX (graphics card docking station), the performance of the external graphics card will be fully utilized because the bus bandwidth is doubled. The WIN Max 2021 4800U version won't support Thunderbolt 4.
Is It True That The Higher The Resolution, The Better? We Will Correct Your Misunderstanding Of High Resolution!
Clarity Surpasses The Laptop
Figure 1. At a physical resolution of 1280×800, the game screen is visible Figure 2. Reducing the 2560×1600 resolution to 1280×800, the image quality is rough and fuzzy, there are jagged lines on the screen, and the pixels are grainy
Do Not Be Fooled By High Resolution, High Resolution = Low FPS, Low Resolution = High FPS. Take Cyberpunk 2077 As An Example, The Frame Rate Performance Of The Game At Different Resolutions Is As Follows
Testing environment: It can be seen that the game frame rate of WIN Max 2021 based on the i7-1195G7 and R7 4800U processor is generally much higher, thanks to the Intel Iris Xe core display!
The ultra-durable dual 3D joysticks produced by Japan Alps, can be used as L3 / R3 buttons (support 360 ° rotation) after pressing down,the potentiometer and center stack of the joystick can be used for 2 million and 5 million spins respectively.
The ABXY buttons are still made with double layer silk-printing, with appropriate spacing between the buttons that facilitates comfortable pressing without errors.
The L1 / L2 R1 / R2 buttons all have highly-reliable Panasonic micro switches, with mechanical service life reaching 10 million times and electrical service life reaching 100,000 times, and operating temperature of -54 ~ 177 degrees Celsius.
Subsidence Design, Xinput Mode, Widely Acclaimed
High Displacement Side-blow Design, 9 Ventilation Holes For Fast Heat Dissipation
Built-in Backlit Keyboard, Mouse And Touchpad
Scissor feet structure membrane keyboard, can play in the dark environment,chocolate style, backlight design
Joystick replaces the mouse, one key switch to the mouse mode, L1/R1 switches to the left/right keys at the same time
Built-in touchpad, support key press, support three keys opration at most
Up To 8C/16T, Enjoy Yourself With The AAA Game Masterpieces
Equipped With AMD Zen 2 Architecture Ryzen 7 4800U, 8C/16T, And Intel's 11th Generation Tiger Lake-U Series Processors, Optional 1165G7 Processor, 4C/8T, 12MB Level 3 Cache, Powerful Performance
Under single-core performance test, i7-1195G7 / i7-1165G7 performs outstandingly, surpassing the desktop flagship i9-10900K. Under multi-core performance test, R7 4800U has obvious advantages, after all, of 8C/16T, full-core can reach 3.2GHz, multi-task parallel processing surpasses Intel Xeon processor E5-2630 V3.
For A Productivity Tool, The Higher The Score Of Multi-core Performance, The Better
From basic function tests to productivity and digital creation, the R7 4800U scores are far ahead, while the game score is pulled down. However, the overall score is still the highest.
About Core Display Comparison, The Intel Iris Xe Core Display Has Obvious Advantages, The Overall Performance Exceeds MX350
The picture above shows the benchmark test of the two-generation core displays and the 3DMark of the MX350. The Intel Iris Xe core display won with 768 shaders.
Single-core Runs Scores Make The Game More Fluently, Dual-core Runs Scores Make The Game More Productive
Intel Iris Xe core display's performance is the strongest; AMD Radeon Vega 8's half-precision and single-precision floating-point computing capabilities also surpass MX350.
Floating Point Operaton Capabilty Of Core Graphic Decides It's Performance
Due to the integrated PCIe 4.0 bus specification, the bus bandwidth is doubled. The WIN Max with a built-in Intel processor perfectly supports PCIe Gen 4 SSD and is backward compatible with PCIe Gen 3 SSD. The theoretical read and write peak is as high as 7.877GB/s. The system's virtual memory’s speed is doubled at the same time, and the game’s smoothness is greatly improved.
* Test software: AS SSD Benchmark; * Test environment: 1195G7 / 1165G7, LPDDR4x 4266, Samsung 980 PRO 500GB; * Different versions of the AS SSD benchmark test results are slightly different, and the heat dissipation will severe;y affect the read/write speed; * The standard configuration of the mass-produced machine is PCIe Gen3 SSD. If you need the speed of the SSD in the chart, please purchase and replace it with the PCIe Gen4 SSD by yourself. On the other hand, AMD's WIN Max 2021 is also designed to be compatible with PCIe Gen4 SSD. Although R7 4800U is the PCIe 3.0 bus specification, you can still buy PCIe Gen4 SSD and enjoy the peak speed of 3.938GB/s (due to the PCIe 3.0×4 interface bandwidth limit, theoretical throughput upper limit is 3.938GB/s).
Up to 1TB Capacity, Read Speed At 5000MB/s Via Testing, More Than Thunderbolt 4
WIN Max 2021 only supports M.2 NVMe 2280 SSD single-sided device layout, such as Samsung 980 PRO, while Lenovo NGFF SL700 cannot support it. Please note the distinction when replacing the SSD. Since the design is compatible with PCIe Gen4 SSD protocol, WIN Max 2021 will no longer support M.2 SATA3 2280 SSD of AHCI protocol.
Only Support M.2 Interface NMMe Protocol SSD No Longer Support M.2 Interface AHCI Protocol SSD