The OMEN X utilizes a diamond-shaped tower that rests on one edge – almost as if it were levitating in mid-air – so that all six sides are exposed, maximizing the ventilation and promoting airflow.
That diamond design allowed the engineers to create an internal “tri-chamber” approach that separates components into three areas: the motherboard, CPU and GPU (general processing unit) in one area, the hard drives in another and the power supply in the third.
To that end, we've employed a revised set of extensively multithreaded benchmarks and new methods for testing energy efficiency.
What we've found is excellence on several fronts from both camps, in a market that is more tightly contested than ever. This article grew out of several different sets of plans, and fortunately, those things have at last converged in a pleasant manner.
HP understands that and has worked hard to give them what they want.Still, we can expect the AIB partners to include an additional 6-pin power connector on their own design for better overall performance, and the GTX 1050 Ti G1 Gaming we have here are one of them.We ran a few graphically demanding games and synthetic benchmarks in our possession on a selected settings at 1080p, which is considered as high for much of our test as usual.The final result of each benchmark is presented in the form of the graph below: We ran the same graphically demanding games and synthetic benchmark on 1080p with the highest achievable clock speed for both its memory and GPU that is stable enough to be able to complete each benchmark with the following values: Apparently, the GTX 1050 Ti G1 Gaming has an effective boost clock of 1987MHz by default and with a little extra push to both GPU clock and memory clock, we're able to achieve 2151MHz on the GPU clock and 8008MHz on the memory clock during our benchmark session as the highest clock that is stable enough to complete all the tests without any issue.to achieve a satisfying effective GPU boost clock to 2151MHz and 8008MHz on the memory clock before we hit the botteneck of NVIDIA's long going voltage limit (aka Green Light program).
DRAM Ratio on P67 regardless whether or not it is a K series processor.