Asus ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage Edition introduced. however, the Asus ROG Strix G15, which comes with the RX 6800M, performs lower than expected.
AMD has teamed up with partners for computers with RX 6000 graphics cards. One of the first models released in this context was the Asus ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage Edition. However, the G15 that comes with the RX 6800M performs less than expected.
The RX 6800M with 12 GB of VRAM is a competitor to the RTX 3080 on the NVIDIA side.
ASUS ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage Edition is on the low performance agenda
Jarrod’s Tech, known for its detailed reviews on YouTube, has done a lot of game testing with the new Asus ROG Strix G15. However, Jarrod stated that the laptop that came with the RX 6800M is underperforming than expected. So much so that the G15 with Ryzen 9 5900HX and 115-150W graphics outperformed the MSI GS76 Stealth, which comes with the i7-11800H and 80-95W RTX 3060 duo.
As ASUS ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage Edition does not come with a MUX switch, it is not possible to disable the internal graphics unit. For this reason, the computer was expected to show poor performance. By connecting an external monitor to the computer, Jarrod disabled the internal graphics unit. For example, the G15 experienced a huge performance improvement.
In addition, the memory that comes with the G15 also causes poor performance. Make changes to the memory in the Asus ROG Strix G15Jarrod experienced a 19 FPS increase without the monitor. When testing the same game with an external monitor after the memory was changed, the channel saw a performance increase of 33 FPS in total.
The same issue recently appeared on the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro model. Jarrod, who changed the memories again, noted a tremendous performance boost. Memory performance is very important in AMD processors. However, it is not known why companies use low-performance memory.
Check out what the RX 6800M could have offered in the Strix G15 Advantage Edition if ASUS could have gotten better RAM+ so we could disable the iGPU 😱 pic.twitter.com/Lgb8LuNLyb
— Jarrod’sTech (@JarrodsTech) June 4, 2021
There is no official statement from ASUS and Lenovo yet. However, since these computers are expensive, we think users don’t want to deal with replacing RAM.