(PR) XMG APEX 15 MAX: Desktop Replacement Laptop gets update to AMD Ryzen 5000

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With the XMG APEX 15 (E20) introduced in March 2020, XMG attracted much attention for the world’s first laptop with AMD Ryzen desktop processors for Socket AM4. It is now succeeded by the XMG APEX 15 MAX (E22), which brings an update to CPUs up to the Ryzen 9 5900X and 5950X, a GeForce RTX 3070 and a motherboard with a B550 chipset. By focusing on desktop processors, the MAX version also differs from the XMG APEX 15 (M21) presented in 2021, which utilises conventional mobile CPUs. In line with the desktop replacement approach, the size and weight are somewhat higher in order to integrate a powerful cooling system.

The E22 version of the XMG APEX 15 MAX comes with a B550 chipset motherboard and several hardware updates compared to its B450 based predecessor, the XMG APEX 15 (E20). To begin with, the laptop makes the leap to Nvidia’s current GeForce RTX 3070 and RTX 3060. Both graphics cards operate at 115 watts TGP and are now connected via PCI Express 4.0, as is the primary M.2 SSD.


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