Launch of a liquid-cooled Linux Laptop of tuxedo

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The Tuxedo Stellaris 15 Gen4 is a very powerful desktop replacement gaming laptop designed by Clevo. It comes packing up to Intel’s Intel Core i9-12900H processor mated with two DDR5 memory modules and two PCIe 4.0 x4 M.2 SSDs as well as Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics chip. The machine uses a 15.6-inch display with a 2560×1440 resolution and 240Hz refresh rate to maximize the gaming experience.

Laptops running Linux soon will have liquid cooling. Although Tuxedo may not be a familiar brand for many of us, it is one of the well-known German manufacturers of high-performance laptops using Linux as their operating system. The business unveiled its Stellaris 15 Gen4 notebook earlier this year with an optional external liquid-cooling system for those that require high performance. To many people’s great surprise, Tuxedo only sold the machine with Windows; but, this week, Phoronix reports that the business started selling it with Linux as well.

Highlights

  • Tuxedo initially only offered its Stellaris 15 Gen4 with Windows because of software issues. The machine was designed by Clevo with Windows in mind, so the base software only supported Microsoft’s operating systems. As a result, the company had to develop its own Tuxedo Control Center for Linux to allow users to adjust fan speed for the liquid cooling radiator as well as alter the addressable RGB LEDs.

  • Given the heat generated by Intel’s Core i9-12900H and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GPU, as well as performance constraints caused by overheating, we are not surprised that Tuxedo (or rather Clevo), decided to offer it with an optional Tuxedo Aquaris liquid cooling system. When used on the road, the Stellaris 15 Gen4 can work fully autonomously using its 93Wh battery and without any external liquid cooling. But once in desktop mode, you can plug in the liquid cooling to amplify cooling and therefore maximize performance.

Tuxedo’s Stellaris 15 Gen4 starts at €2599 (with a Core i7-12700H and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3060M), whereas you’ll have to buy the Aquaris liquid cooling block separately for €199. Anton Shilov is a Freelance News Writer at Tom’s Hardware US. Over the past couple of decades, he has covered everything from CPUs and GPUs to supercomputers and from modern process technologies and latest fab tools to high-tech industry trends.

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