• Andy MerskinAndy Merskin, over 1 year ago

    13-inch: Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640 / 655

    15-inch: Radeon Pro 555X / 560X (4GB) w/ dynamic switching to Intel UHD Graphics 630

    2 points
    • Account deleted over 1 year ago

      Cool - thanks :)

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    • John Williams, over 1 year ago

      Looks like a Radeon Pro 560x is equivalent to a 1050ti. Not very good for a premium 2018 laptop.

      http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1050-Ti-vs-AMD-RX-560/3649vs3926

      2 points
      • Jose FarrugiaJose Farrugia, over 1 year ago

        Which laptop do you recommend which has superior graphics?

        0 points
        • John Williams, over 1 year ago

          For windows you can configure anything. If you're wanting to get into VR, I'd recommend a 1060 or above. They better the GPU, the higher the FPS which reduces sickness.

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      • Darren Treat, over 1 year ago

        ...not very good? This thing is meant for professional use and that card is honestly pretty hard core for pro use. It's just under the performance(10%) of the more expensive Surface Book 2. Meanwhile it can be paired with a six core, Core i9 CPU with a damn-near 5ghz turbo boost, raid 0 pci-e SSDs out of the box, DDR4 Ram..It's pretty nutty and don't forget that a Mac running Metal gets faster performance per watt than Nvidia cards on Windows.

        1 point
        • John Williams, over 1 year ago

          I mean, it depends on what you're doing. Video editing, I'm sure it's fine. For VR development, you need a 1060 or above. The fact that Apple doesn't have it as an option for their $5k-$6k Macbooks is ridiculous. A $1k, windows laptop will get you a 1060.

          2 points