Gigabyte P34G Review: Everything You Should Know About This

Gigabyte P34G Review, Gigabyte P34G is a Gaming Laptop, Let’s be honest, P34G v7 looks a bit like a 1990s IBM Thinkpad. It’s encased in thick black, with a thin grey bar to mark where the lid opens. The Gigabyte logo is inset in tasteful silver right in the center of a reassuringly solid black (of course) aluminium lid. OK so the base is plastic, but on the plus side there are a number of Phillips screws there to easily upgrade the RAM up to 32GB.

Gigabyte P34G

About Gigabyte P34G 

Let’s be realistic, P34G v7 looks somewhat like a 1990s IBM Thinkpad. It’s encased in thick dark, with a thin dim bar to check where the cover opens. The Gigabyte logo is inset in elegant silver ideal in the focal point of a reassuringly strong dark (obviously) aluminum cover. Alright so the base is plastic, however on the in addition to side there are various Phillips screws there to effortlessly update the RAM up to 32GB.

It additionally avoids any risk with the ports: a conventional round DC control port on the privilege alongside a HDMI and a few USB 3.0s and a SD card opening.

On the left there’s another USB 3.0 (fortunately no USB 2.0s here by any stretch of the imagination), in addition to a USB C, organize, joined earphone/mic and a VGA show port for all your old school gaming prerequisites. It’s nothing strange, however that is the thing that you need from ports.

Directing out of the back of the machine are two huge fans, and they’re a piece of Gigabyte’s select Super-cool innovation. One is situated over the Esc and F3 keys on the left side and the other under the F11 and Del on the privilege.

Twin warmth funnels consolidate them in the middle and they both draw warm from both the CPU and GPU. They’re shockingly peaceful, notwithstanding when pushed and set to gaming mode inside Gigabyte’s provided Smart Manager programming. The cooling framework likewise keeps the thickness of the machine down as well, as indicated by Gigabyte. And keeping in mind that it isn’t the slimmest of gaming portable PCs, the Razer Blade’s 0.7 inches (17.9mm) is difficult to beat, 0.87 inches (22.2mm) is flawlessly serviceable at the specs and cost.

In any case, it means that in down to earth terms that in case you’re utilizing it just on your knees, you will get very hot, so keep it on a work area. It’s likewise astute (as with any elite portable PC) to hold the back address from issues as that is the main ventilation point.

Gigabyte P34G Specifications sheet

  • CPU: 2.4GHz Intel Core i7-4700HQ (quad-core, 6MB cache, up to 3.4GHz with Turbo Boost)
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 760M (2GB GDDR5 VRAM), Intel HD Graphics 4600
  • RAM: 16GB DDR3L
  • Screen: 14-inch 1920 x 1080 LCD with Advanced-Hyper Viewing Angle
  • Storage: 128GB mSATA SSD with 1TB, 5400 rpm HDD
  • Ports: 2 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, HDMI, D-sub, RJ45 Ethernet, SD card reader, headphone/mic jack, security lock slot
  • Connectivity: Intel dual-band 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
  • Webcam: 1.3MP
  • Weight: 3.9 pounds
  • Size: 13.4 x 9.4 x 0.83 inches (W x D x H)

5 Comments on this Post

  1. Chelsey

    Love the breakdown. I’ve been in the market for awhile looking to upgrade my alienate, but haven’t had the time to give all the new models a full rundown. Thanks for the time saver! Great review ?

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  2. Bryce Rae

    Sounds like you know your stuff & well done for your research.

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  3. Andrew Kevin Alpin

    very helpful for people like us wanting to upgraxde our hardware, thanks

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  4. Manisha Bhadana

    Very nice and detailed information

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  5. Heather

    This is a very good detailed review! It is great for even those that don’t know a lot about computers.

    Reply

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