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Aorus X7 v6 review (GTX 1070, G-Sync, overclocking)

Aorus X7 v6 review (GTX 1070, G-Sync, overclocking)

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switching and a host of dials that monitor clock speeds and temperatures.

aorus23Full Specification Custom Admissions Essay Heading Memory: 16GB 2,400MHz DDR4
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GB
Sound: On-board
Screen size: 17.3in 2,560 x 1,440 Nvidia G-Sync IPS
Hard disk: 256GB Toshiba XG3 NVMe M.2 SSD, 1TB HDD
Weight: 3.2kg
Ports: 3 x USB 3, 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C, Gigabit Ethernet, 2 x audio, SD card slot, HDMI, Mini-DisplayPort
Dimensions: (W x D x H): 428 x 305 x 25mm
Extras: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, dual-band 802.11ac WiFi
Warranty: 1yr RTB


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If you want to game properly on this laptop then the noise will be intrusively loud unless you’ve got the speakers ramped up or if you’re wearing headphones. The Gigabyte and XMG also suffered from heat and noise issues, but the Aorus is a little worse than both.


Screen and Sound

This is the first time we’ve seen a notebook with a 120Hz G-Sync screen. It’s a tempting prospect that means framerates will be synchronised to the screen’s refresh rate at a maximum of 120fps – twice as high as almost all other G-Sync laptops. That gives more scope for synchronisation than any previous G-Sync notebook, which is a boon when this laptop’s GPU is so beefy.

The broad G-Sync remit is paired with a matte finish and a sensible 2,560 x 1,440 resolution. That figure is high enough to make games look crisp, but it also means there’s no need to use the Windows scaling settings. Laptops like the Gigabyte go one better with 4K screens, but we’re not convinced that’s an advantage – even notebooks with a GTX 1080 will struggle to run every game smoothly at 4K.

aorus11It’s all good so far, but the Aorus’ benchmarks see this screen falter. Its initial brightness level of 351cd/m2 is fantastic, but its black level of 0.55cd/m2 is too high. That means contrast is a poor 638:1, which means subtle colour differences are disappointing and dark tones are underwhelming. It’s easy to see that in games, too: our Witcher 3 benchmark is usually pretty vibrant, but on this notebook it looked a little pallid and washed-out.

Colours themselves aren’t too accurate. The average Delta E of 5.88 is poor and the temperature of 7,124K is a tad cool. The Aorus serves up 100% of the sRGB colour gamut, but none of those shades are spot-on.

Reducing the huge brightness level barely changed those benchmark results, and picking the X7’s various colour temperature modes made little difference. Uniformity was only average, too: the screen lost 14% of its brightness along its top edge and 17% along the bottom.

This screen is fine for gaming, especially because of G-Sync, but Gigabyte’s machine is a 4K panel with better-balance in almost every benchmark – and so, in our eyes, it’s a better option.

The speakers are much better. The two subwoofers provide deep and well-balanced bass, while two speakers serve up meaty treble sounds and a decent high-end. Volume is ample, and the Aorus Equalizer app serves up loads of usage modes – although some are better than others. The gaming and music options are largely similarly, while the movie options are generally poor.

Packaging, Bundle and Alternative Specs

Aorus always goes one step further with its packaging. The laptop arrives in a smart black box, it’s wrapped in slick black fabric, and the quick start guide is a high-quality black book rather than a tatty bit of paper. Aorus also includes a couple of feet to prop the Aorus up for a better gaming angle.

Two alternative options are available. The X7 v6-CF2 is a cheaper system that costs £2,200 and drops to a 1080p screen, while the £3,000 X7 DT v6-CF1 doubles the memory and deploys a GTX 1080.


This good-looking laptop serves up loads of innovations thanks to its overclocking options, G-Sync screen and good software, and it’s quick too – battering its way through our benchmarks no matter the game or application. It’s got good lighting, software and speakers, too.

However, the middling keyboard, underwhelming screen and disappointing thermal results are all cause for concern. It’s slick and fast, sure, but the Aorus just tried to do too much.

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