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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin, and I have found

  • the world's most powerful laptop.

  • Yeah, the actual world's most powerful laptop.

  • ASUS was kind enough to sponsor our trip

  • out here to IFA in Berlin,

  • where they're showing off the StudioBook One.

  • Now, I would love to show you the StudioBook One.

  • However, I mean, that one's being used,

  • and that one's being used.

  • Right, I see one.

  • We have to go quickly.

  • This thing is loaded with tons of specs,

  • Core i9 processor, Quadro RTX 6000 graphics,

  • with a full 24 gigs of RAM for the GPU,

  • not counting the 32 gigs of RAM for the CPU.

  • And to top it all off, this guy has a 4K 120Hz display.

  • Oh, and did I mention that all of the components are

  • in the actual screen, so that is, of course,

  • hugely beneficial for cooling,

  • where this thing can cool a full 300 watts.

  • Now, what they've done here is by moving all of that

  • over here, they've freed up the bottom section

  • to actually be fairly thin,

  • so pretty much all you'll see here

  • is your keyboard, your TrackPad, as well as your battery,

  • which with some specs like this,

  • I'm curious to see how long it lasts.

  • Now, with the world's fastest laptop in front of me,

  • there's only really one thing I wanna do.

  • They won't mind, I'm sure.

  • (screen beeps)

  • So ASUS actually let us take the laptop,

  • at least for the night.

  • They literally need it in the booth tomorrow.

  • So we have the wonderful hotel setup.

  • It's 11 o'clock p.m.,

  • and we have to give the laptop back in six hours.

  • Let's have some fun, shall we?

  • So this goes with all of the standard caveats

  • that you would expect with a pre-production device.

  • So this won't be out until later this year.

  • The drivers are certainly not final.

  • In fact, if you open up the video control panel,

  • it just shows graphics device.

  • You know, that wonderful GPU known as the graphics device,

  • that probably costs more than most laptops

  • that you are watching this on right now.

  • The graphics are really what makes this thing shine.

  • So this is the world's first laptop

  • with the Quadro RTX 6000 series.

  • Now, if you're not super familiar with the Quadro series,

  • let's take the RTX 2080 Ti for comparison.

  • The 2080 Ti has a mere 4,352 CUDA Cores,

  • making it the undisputed king among gaming GPUs.

  • However this, this has 4,608 beautiful, sweet CUDA Cores.

  • And to top it all off, while the 2080 Ti has a

  • measly 11 gigabytes of VRAM, this has 24 gigabytes.

  • Yes, you heard me right,

  • 24 gigabytes of RAM for the graphics.

  • And in fact, if you look up this graphics card,

  • you can purchase it for the desktop right now

  • for a cool $4,000.

  • Now, could I take a guess to see what

  • exactly this would cost in a laptop?

  • Yes, I could.

  • Is the gist of it that it's gonna be incredibly expensive,

  • and really only for the very top echelon of people

  • who really need the absolute max performance?

  • Well yes, yes, that would be the case.

  • Now, the StudioBook One is undoubtedly

  • meant for incredibly demanding workloads.

  • We're talking 8K video editing,

  • which actually we're shooting on an 8K RED right now,

  • so we'll be able to test that in a minute.

  • However, when you put a Core i9 laptop

  • with the world's most powerful GPU inside a laptop

  • in front of me, well you know what time it is.

  • Yes, my friends, it's time for Fortnite.

  • - [Ken] Really?

  • - Actually, I should've had that answer.

  • - Really? - Great, yes, yes.

  • - [Ken] No.

  • - Technically, when ASUS let me borrow it,

  • they said don't benchmark it,

  • 'cause it's not done, and that's not fair.

  • But a little bit of Fortnite never hurt anyone, right?

  • - [Ken] This video.

  • - Whoa, dude, holy.

  • Dude, the air comes out the top of the case.

  • Whoa, I didn't realize that.

  • So one of the things about this

  • is that it has a very unique cooling system.

  • Because all the components are in the top,

  • what it's doing is it's pulling air in from the bottom,

  • it actually blows the air sort of,

  • not quite toward you, it kinda comes up.

  • But do you see that?

  • I didn't even notice that before.

  • This is literally the exhaust on the top, behind the screen.

  • Does no one in Germany play Fortnite?

  • - [Ken] I love this country.

  • - You know what?

  • This is the most powerful system

  • I've ever played Fortnite with.

  • Because on paper, now yes, the actual clocks

  • are probably not as high as a 2080 Ti,

  • but on paper, between the memory,

  • as well as the raw size and power of the GPU,

  • this is more powerful than

  • any other computer I've ever tried.

  • And it's in a laptop, which is gently blowing in the breeze.

  • Dude, so weird to feel the exhaust on top.

  • So we're getting 40 frames per second at 4K Ultra.

  • That's pretty good.

  • It would be better if I had drivers that were meant to game.

  • But I'm gonna play Fortnite regardless,

  • even though this is a completely ridiculous

  • and stupid way to test the world's most powerful laptop.

  • Oh look, chug juice.

  • Wait, no, shield juice.

  • Oh, look at that.

  • My 4K display can see him from here.

  • Wow. (screen beeps)

  • Why, hello there.

  • It's a few hours later, and I've got

  • all the footage that we shot last night

  • and imported it to the StudioBook.

  • So the first thing here is that obviously,

  • inside Resolve, 4K ProRes even with a LUT,

  • even with some color grading, completely butter smooth.

  • Not really a big surprise.

  • What's more impressive is when we start

  • to play back some 8K RAW footage.

  • Now yes, you might drop a frame or two

  • every once in a while, and a lotta that

  • I chalk up to the fact that

  • the drivers are definitely not done,

  • but this is full 8K RED RAW footage

  • playing back with color correction,

  • with a LUT, and it's running at pretty much full speed.

  • So yes, if you were curious, it can in fact edit 8K footage.

  • Now, if I was a real professional,

  • I would show you like AutoCAD or Maya or something,

  • but I don't know anything about those.

  • So let's go back to last night, before I tested the editing.

  • There's some serious engineering

  • that's gone into this laptop.

  • So, because there are so many components in the top,

  • it is a little bit screen heavy,

  • however, they've done a really good job

  • of not only weighing the hinge,

  • but also by making the mechanism very smooth.

  • So you can see when you open it up,

  • you do have that little bit of a gap,

  • which is where the air comes in

  • and is exhausted out the top.

  • When you close the laptop, it actually does

  • turn out to be a fairly lightweight, well, okay.

  • I don't wanna say lightweight,

  • 'cause it's actually fairly heavy.

  • But it is a fairly thin chassis.

  • I mean, considering that this is

  • the most powerful laptop in the world

  • at any price, at any kind of form factor,

  • the fact that it is actually fairly compact is a nice thing.

  • So there are a total of three

  • USB-C based Thunderbolt 3 ports,

  • as well as the charger, which I'll get into in a second.

  • However, there's no USB-A, there's no SD card reader,

  • and unless I'm missing something here,

  • there's not a headphone jack.

  • Which is a little bit unusual.

  • That might be something they should add back in.

  • Something kinda cool is the charger.

  • So this is a 300 watt charger,

  • which is actually really compact.

  • If you guys have seen some of our other videos,

  • on these big, beefy laptops,

  • a lotta times they use two big power adapters

  • that you have to lug around with you.

  • However, because they're using gallium nitride,

  • the charger is actually pretty much the same size

  • as pretty much any standard laptop,

  • except that it puts out like what?

  • Two, three times the same power.

  • The rest of the basics are definitely here.

  • Now while the keyboard does have

  • a little bit of a shallower stroke, to me it seems fine.

  • The TrackPad's solid.

  • Now you are losing some of the ASUS special features.

  • In fact, some of the ones that are actually on

  • some of its bigger brothers, including this guy,

  • the bigger brother to the StudioBook, the Pro X.

  • This has a larger display,

  • it does have the little screen pad,

  • which I personally find to be pretty cool,

  • and importantly, you'll find all the ports you need.

  • Really, even though this is a larger laptop,

  • it is a little bit of a downgrade in some specs.

  • It has a Quadro 5000 instead of a 6000,

  • it uses a Xeon processor instead of the Core i9,

  • but this is really for maximum performance,

  • and this is a little bit more of a a reasonable choice.

  • A choice that most people would probably make

  • when they're getting a workstation laptop.

  • Something else they announced is their brand new

  • ProArt PA32UCG display.

  • This is very much aimed at Apple's own Pro Display XDR,

  • and it matches it in a lot of specs.

  • Same size, same incredibly bright 1,000 nits of brightness,

  • as well as it does support HDR, it's got Thunderbolt.

  • Really the only downside to this display

  • it that it runs in a mere 4K,

  • as opposed to the 6K of the Apple panel.

  • However, the nice thing is

  • is that ASUS is almost definitely

  • going to include the stand.

  • And it probably will cost a whole lot less than $6,000.

  • However, it won't be out until next year.

  • But this is actually a display I'm super excited for.

  • The StudioBook One is a ridiculous machine,

  • and yet I kind of can't help but love it.

  • I mean sure, you've got the world's fastest thing

  • going for it, mostly thanks to

  • that ridiculous graphics card,

  • but because you got the interesting design,

  • you've got the raw power, and you've got something

  • which is legitimately different.

  • I mean, there's a lot to like here.

  • Except well, maybe making payments on it.

  • But it's okay.

  • The world's best doesn't usually come cheap.

  • And if it does, you should ask more questions.

  • Because that seems suspicious.

  • It's not cool.

  • You don't want the world's best cheap thing.

  • You want the world's best best thing.

- Hey guys, this is Austin, and I have found

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/06
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