Hi, everyone, here is Dave2D. This is a comparison of the gaming notebooks produced in mid-2017 at a price of $1,000. Choosing one of the notebooks is not that simple. You have to make some compromises in some areas. You can’t just buy a knife for 800 knives. Ultra-thin, endurance 12 hours, performance against the notebook This is impossible You have to think clearly, what is most important to you And what aspects are you not so concerned about Then make a decision In no particular order, let’s introduce ASUS GL 553 first. This is a rare orange-black color notebook. It is equipped with an RGB keyboard and a metal surface This is the Dell Inspiron 7567 This computer was redesigned in 2017 The color scheme is red and gray, which makes it feel very strong and very compact. Next is the 2017 HP Omen I have not done this new related video yet. It is very similar to the 2016 model Also very similar to the 2017 HP Pavillion The next one is MSI GE62 This is the first notebook to use Pascal architecture in the market. It is also a metal top cover with an MSI dragon The next one is Acer VX-15 This one looks closer to the traditional game book.
Although I don’t like its color scheme But I really like its design language. Next is GIGABYTE’s SABRE 15 This is their cheapest game book. Moreover, there is no red color At the same time, it is also a game book based on the Clevo (blue sky) barebone system. Finally, let us introduce Lenovo Y520 Red color is not much Looks like it’s all black A little low-key, but the interior is still equipped with some red If you haven’t seen my video before, I’m doing a comparison video. Will compare from all aspects Then select one winner from each of these notebooks in each aspect. ( ́・ω・`) Let’s get started. First, let’s take a look at the workmanship of the notebook. Of course, this price is not to buy top-level workmanship. In comparison, I will choose a good plastic panel Rather than rough metal My first choice is Dell 7567.
This product is very solid The panel is very hard to touch To be honest, it’s strange that this price can have this feel. ASUS GL 553 is my second choice Aluminum panel, plastic backing, but workmanship is great Lenovo Y520 and ACER VX15 are also good choices Both also have good workmanship Next we talk about the screen quality. First, let’s take a look at the screen of this computer, Dell 7567 The TN panel was used at the beginning. To be honest, it’s very bad. Later, Dell found himself making a big mistake. And has been replaced with an IPS panel Although it can’t be said to be top But at least it’s much better than before.
The best screen quality is MSI GE62 Followed by GL 553 Both notebooks are more expensive So it’s equivalent to spending more money on you and getting a better screen. But if you want to get a brighter screen in the range of 1000 $, more accurate color These two are my first choice The difference between the remaining products is not great. Dell leads slightly in color reproduction because of the new IPS panel But compared to GE62 GL553 is still behind some HP Omen and Dell 7567 Can choose 4K screen Omen with 4K panels looks good too It is a PenTile arranged screen And Dell in the 4K panel is even better. Of course, if you want, you can upgrade all the panels. Not only these products on the desktop, but also products outside the screen.
You can also remove these panels yourself. Then buy some new ones on eBay and replace them yourself. Although this process is a bit difficult, it can be done. So if you get stuck in the screen because of the quality You can pick a panel on eBay that matches your expectations and then install the upgrade yourself. This table mainly shows the interface information and driver information provided on the product. At this price, these products do not support the Thunderbolt 3 interface. They can all upgrade, such as open the panel, add memory or hard drive The upgrade process is the simplest Is Dell 7567 Open the panel only need to remove one screw Pick it up and feel like it was designed for the user to disassemble Saber 15, or Clevo, has the most interfaces But some interfaces are designed at the bottom right.
This makes people feel a little inconvenient Asus and MSI are equipped with an extra optical drive if you need it. In general, the interfaces of these products are rich and practical. But if you must choose the strongest one I will choose MSI GE62 On the keyboard side, the keyboard feels good for all products. No obvious shortcomings The best thing for me is the MSI keyboard. The keyboard is sturdy and comes with an area RGB backlight The second place is the Lenovo Y520 Of course, the touchpad is said separately.
The keyboards of these two computers are good, but the touchpad is not good. The best touchpad I think is Dell 7567 Plastic panel, high-precision touch, button feel is not bad I really like this one. To be honest, I don’t think other products can compare with the 7567. Although the accuracy of the Saber 15 is not bad. But the feeling of clicking, I still prefer the fixed button of Dell instead of Saber. Ok, then performance is usually determined by two parts. The first is configuration The better the configuration, the stronger the natural performance The second one is that the heat dissipation ability is good or bad. If you can’t effectively dissipate heat Your configuration will not be able to perform at its best. You need to achieve some balance between the two To get the so-called “best performance” Then, as far as the configuration of these products is concerned Um…most of them have two configurations, i5 and i7. If you just want to play games, i5 is enough But if you want to do video processing, I will definitely choose to upgrade to i7.
These products in my hands use the KabyLake i7 processor. The best performer is Dell 7567. In order to achieve peak performance, I spent a lot of time Its heat dissipation effect is really good. I gave them a ranking from the best to the worst. The ranking is based on the temperature of the CPU during 3DMark stress testing. Then there are some scores from Fire Strike. But be careful, this is just the temperature at which the test was run. General game play or video processing will not have such a strong system load This is just a reference for us. Since I have said this, I will naturally mention the fan noise problem. These products are all based on the Kaby Lake architecture processor. Many parts work very efficiently The fan will stop when the computer is idle This is the data I tested, and I can see that their results are very similar. I feel that it is hard to say that Dell and HP Omen are better. Speaking of speakers, I think the top two should be Lenovo and Dell.
Dell’s speakers sound better Thanks to its low frequency unit You get a better low-frequency listening when you watch a movie or play a game. Although not the kind of subwoofer, you can feel different Lenovo’s speaker position is more dominant It is located above the front panel, on both sides So the three-dimensional feeling is very strong If you want to hear the direction of the sound source in the game But it’s useful if you don’t want it, or if it’s not convenient to wear headphones. ASUS speakers are also very good Ok, let’s talk about battery life. This table shows that Dell leads the way. It has a large capacity battery, which is obviously larger than the rest of the model. When testing, all use 1080p display If using a 4k panel Life time will be shortened accordingly If you are curious, how do I test it? I set the brightness of the display to 250 nits. Although the notebook brightness can completely exceed 250 nits I set it to 250 and then use the script to let it loop through the page, text input Then the last one is the price I think this link, only considering the price, Lenovo Y520 wins With 850 $ you can buy 1050 Ti This powerful game chip Also get 2 years of Lenovo warranty and after-sales service Dell and Acer are also good But I have to say that each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
So you can choose any one of them If you want to know about these products, my choice I will tell you, Dell 7567, of course, everyone’s choices are different. My choice will focus on battery life and production process It can be said that it just meets my needs. It is also the only product that uses the new IPS panel. If it is not because of this, I might choose Acer VX-15 Of course, if you buy a TN panel This is not a problem Although not as good as the IPS panel But you can still go to eBay to buy a piece (IPS panel) Then, as I said before, do it yourself.
After all, the price is not very expensive, and it will not be difficult to operate on this model. You only need about 100$ I can buy a very nice panel. Oh, there is another point I want to say. There are three styles, I don’t recommend it. The first one, Samsung Odyssey, Although I did the introduction video, I will not introduce it. Priced at $1,500, far exceeding the actual value of this product I think it is overpriced I personally feel that the price is 1000 $ is good, not 1500 $ Another, look here, here is MSI GE62 It has a similar product called GL 62 In contrast, you might want to buy GL Because the price will be cheaper However, the fan noise is particularly large and the screen quality is not high.
If you want to buy MSI, I suggest to buy GE62 Also try not to buy a notebook with GTX 960M Unless it is a big discount Because of the performance comparison, 1050, 1050Ti and 960 The gap is very large You definitely don’t want to buy 960M in order to save money. If you choose 1050, you will get a longer life He can, how to say, can provide a longer game career So if you have the chance, choose 1050 or 1050 Ti I hope you like this video. If you like, welcome to like and collect our next show.