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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    Well, the truth is front and center now:



    Straight up rebrands, no die shrinks or anything.

    Yay Nvidia?
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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    A rebrand?!? Oh well, at least its still a high end card.

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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Well, the truth is front and center now:



    Straight up rebrands, no die shrinks or anything.

    Yay Nvidia?
    What about the GTX680m, is that going to be real Kepler? or just an OC GTX580m
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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    So the and 670m and 675m are a rebrand of a rebrand. Great.
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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Well, the truth is front and center now:



    Straight up rebrands, no die shrinks or anything.

    Yay Nvidia?
    Before said graphics cards materialize, I would take anything being said/shown here with a grain of salt. But if this turns out to be true come April...

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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

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    Can say very disappointing but still better than a GTX 570M.
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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Well, the truth is front and center now:



    Straight up rebrands, no die shrinks or anything.

    Yay Nvidia?
    I was really surprised when people were saying new cards were coming soon. Thought we'd have heard about that by now.

    But still, it's a faster card than what the G74 has now, and....well, okay, it's 4% faster than the previous version, but still LOL

    Just hope it doesn't have Optimus. If it does, I won't be buying it, if it doesn't, I might buy one to replace my G74 (which is now Folding 24/7 on the CPU and GPU).

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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    Sigh.. After gaming exclusively on notebooks for the past 7 years.. This is the first time i'm having to contemplate shifting to a desktop...
    I really hope AMD does better (much better) with its high end GCN mobility lineup.. otherwise I might be saying goodbye to notebook gaming.. sniff

    I hate you nvidia and Ati for this!!

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    Default Re: Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

    Quote Originally Posted by @tilla View Post
    What he said


    Thats asus for you. Buy new notebooks every year ........ Asus is really starting to do business like motorola started doing a few year back. New models every month...... but what was inside was mostly the same as the last model. Yes some parts were a bit faster and better but still 2-5% was better you paid the same price for the same phone with a different design.
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