EVGA debuts the SC17 GTX 1070 notebook

EVGA debuts the SC17 GTX 1070 notebook

EVGA has announced its first Pascal-based gaming notebook – the SC17 GTX 1070. The notebook is ready for 4K fun and has been built from the ground up for hardcore gamers, enthusiasts and even overclockers.

The SC17 GTX 1070 is based on an Intel Core i7-6820K processor that comes unlocked. EVGA says that the chip can be overclocked to 3800 MHz and up. To ease users with this the SC17 GTX 1070 features a special full GUI BIOS with mouse control and even a Clear CMOS button in the notebook chassis. This makes the EVGA SC17 GTX 1070 a true overclocking notebook and EVGA even claims that this is the first such notebook in the world. In addition as the name of the notebook suggests the SC17 GTX 1070 comes with a mobile GeForce GTX 1070 GPU that can rip through the latest games with ease.

The SC17 GTX 1070 also boasts an aluminum unibody chassis that is just 1.07 inches thick and a sleek 17.3-inch 4K display. It hides 32 GB of DDR4-2666 memory, a 256 GB SSD plus a 1 TB hard drive for storage, Intel Snowfield Peak AC-8260 Wi-Fi, Realtek ALC255 audio, Intel 219-V Ethernet, a Full HD web camera and much more.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: EVGA

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