The Ryzen 7 in the Schenker XMG Core 15 budget gamer brings the satisfying moments
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Gaming laptops are slowly becoming more affordable, and this is facilitated to some degree by AMD with its very powerful and still relatively affordable processors. It is quite amazing what powerful hardware can be found in an entry-level gaming laptop at a relatively good price at this point.
Less than a year ago, the Schenker XMG Core 15 was still equipped with a Core i5 and a Geforce GTX 1660 Ti, and now the manufacturer upgraded it to a Ryzen 7-4800H and an RTX 2060. At least the first upgrade was completely worthwhile, and the pure CPU performance is very convincing. But the performance increase due to the new RTX card, on the other hand, turned out less significant than expected.
Fortunately, the 15-inch XMG hardly shows any serious weaknesses despite its low price, even if by far not everything is perfect. But for this price range, there is hardly any real catch, so gamers on a tight budget can safely make the choice.
The extreme throttling of the graphics performance away from the outlet is a real bummer, so despite its compact case and relatively low weight, the Schenker is not really a particularly mobile gaming laptop. In addition, you have to make do without Thunderbolt 3, and the bottom of the thin case becomes quite warm in 3D operation. All the rest of the details are described in our extensive review of the Schenker XMG Core 15.