The folks over at System76 have been quite busy. A few months ago the Oryx Pro got Alder Lake processors and RTX 30-series Ti GPUs. And just last week they released the new version of the Thelio desktop with swappable accents. Now they’ve upgraded the Oryx Pro once more, both in terms of the screen and the RAM. The RAM has been upgraded from DDR4 to DDR5. According to the press documentation, this newer class of RAM boasts “50 percent faster transfer speeds” over the previous generation while drawing less power.
The Oryx Pro is a laptop from System76 that features an Alder Lake processor and a powerful RTX 30-series GPU. Per my conversation with Adam Balla, media relations manager at System76, all of System76’s laptops are named after African fauna. In this particular case, the Oryx Pro is named after the antelope, which, according to the African Wildlife Foundation, “are a true desert animal, with a thick, horse-like neck; a short mane; and a compact, muscular body.
Got some exciting news for you power users out there: the Oryx Pro laptop by System76, while it was already pretty powerful, now has upgraded hardware. It now features an Alder Lake processor – the i7-12700H – with 14 cores, 20 threads, and has a frequency of 1.7-4.7 GHz. The Ti editions of the RTX 3070 or 3080 can also be selected when choosing the specs for the laptop. Full tech specs are as follows: