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New Asus ROG Ally Model Confirms AMD’s Z1 Is Much Slower Than Z1 Extreme

Asus has provided benchmark numbers for its new ROG Ally model featuring AMD’s hexa-core Ryzen Z1 handled gaming SoC. The benchmarks confirm that the wide spec differences between the Z1 and Z1 extreme impact real-world performance, with the Z1 Extreme variant of the ROG Ally performing substantially better than the Ally sporting the vanilla Ryzen Z1 chip.

Asus benchmarked both ROG Ally variants (featuring the Ryzen Z1 and Z1 Extreme) in several AAA titles, including Elden Ring, FIFA 23, Cuberypunk 2077, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Forza Horizon 5, and Diablo 4 at 1080P and 720P. At 1080P resolution, the ROG Ally with the Z1 Extreme was averaging 30% greater performance in all five titles, with frame rate margins as high as 35FPS in the case of Modern Warfare 2.

(Image credit: Asus)

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At 720P, Asus added Red Dead Redemption 2 into the testing pool, alongside the other six titles. On average, The Z1 Extreme-powered ROG Ally was 24% faster than the Ryzen Z1 variant, with frame rate gaps as high as 27FPS in Modern Warfare 2.

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