ASUS ROG Ally gaming handheld specifications appear at inspection body

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The ASUS ROG Ally has appeared at an inspection body. It shows that the handheld will get an AMD Ryzen 7 7840U APU. Earlier it was announced that the handheld would get an AMD processor, but the concrete model was not yet known.

The ASUS ROG Ally recently appeared at an Indonesian inspection body, noted tech website VideoCardz. Information from that authority shows that the handheld PC will receive a Ryzen 7 7840U APU from AMD. This chip has eight Zen 4 cores and an integrated Radeon 780M GPU. This igpu is based on the RDNA 3 architecture and has twelve compute units for a total of 768 stream processors. The listing also mentions that the handheld will get 16GB of memory.

There are also two different models mentioned by, among others, the American FCC, with the product codes RC71L and RC71X. It is not clear what the differences are between the two variants. These may be models with different memory and storage configurations, although this has not yet been officially confirmed.

ASUS announced its ROG Ally handheld at the beginning of this month. The handheld will have a 7″ screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, a refresh rate of 120Hz and a brightness of 500cd/m². The system will also receive support for external GPUs via ASUS’ ROG XG Mobile system. an RTX 4090 variant from out for $2000. ASUS has not yet shared a release date or suggested retail price. recently said on Twitter that the handheld will soon be released worldwide.

Source: VideoCardz

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