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Asus G750 Officially Announced

Discussion in 'ASUS Gaming Notebook Forum' started by Hellzhavoc, May 16, 2013.

  1. Hellzhavoc

    Hellzhavoc Notebook Enthusiast

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    It sports the G46 design and will be equipped with Haswell and also up to the Nvidia GTX 780M.

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  2. Colpolite

    Colpolite Notebook Deity

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    Weird naming of the model and the video and the narrator sounded a lil corny. Should have named it G76 instead of adding 0 after G75.

    Only good news about it if it is true is the use of gtx 780m.
     
  3. Inty

    Inty Notebook Geek

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    The video is already made private, but was supposedly uploaded by the Australian ROG department. I have been waiting for the next generation G7x series for a while now (why choose G750, btw?), because my G71 is definitely in need of a replacement. I really hope, that they offer the 780m, that would be great, I would have no problem with shelling out a bit more, to get that kind of performance! So, how much do you guys think that version is going to cost?

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  4. Thermometer

    Thermometer Notebook Guru

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    Same here. I'm very interested to know how soon these will be sold (in Europe). I am looking for a replacement of my G73JH and was looking at the G75 as a nice successor. But if this doesn't take long to get in store, I would consider waiting a couple of months with my purchase.
     
  5. tijo

    tijo Sacred Blame Super Moderator

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    Yeah, it would mean that Asus finally decided to get back in the game of top end GPUs, not that I'm going to get another G series since I've been hooked to mobile workstations, but if the pricing is right, it would make for a great alternative to Clevos and Alienwares. Hopefully, Asus will miraculously decide to use a reference MXM board design for their GPUs too.
     
  6. Cloudfire

    Cloudfire (Really odd person)

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    The video is private but I extracted some frames from the video by doing some sneaky tricks to the youtube server...

    Its real. Asus is finally ready to step in to the top league. GTX 780M coming to Asus. This is so awesome. GTX 780M completely crush everything thats out there :D :hi2:
    For 780M benchmarks, see this thread: http://forum.notebookreview.com/gaming-software-graphics-cards/718021-i-m-upgrading-you-gtx-780m-review-inside.htmlæ

    BTW, GTX 670MX which Asus feature previously got NOTHING on GTX 780M. Its day and night difference. Everyone should upgrade.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. JehutyZeroshift

    JehutyZeroshift Notebook Evangelist

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    Fingers crossed! Fingers crossed!

    fingers-crossed.jpg
     
  8. sl0519

    sl0519 Notebook Consultant

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    Finally. Good news for Asus and for us, too!
     
  9. Karamazovmm

    Karamazovmm Overthinking? Always!

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    Blasphemy! in the words of the Ancient Siamese cat manual, thou shall feed thy cat with golden bowl and asus shall not have high end gpus nor it shall posses or use a standard. Tis written, Tis true
     
  10. be77solo

    be77solo pc's and planes

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    Well, didn't get to see the video, but will be watching this closely... I LOVE the design of my G46... will be curious how this develops, especially if the 780m is an affordable option and properly cooled.
     
  11. edryr

    edryr Notebook Consultant

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    properly cooled = no doubt
    affordable = keep dreaming with asus ^^
     
  12. Quagmire LXIX

    Quagmire LXIX Have Laptop, Will Travel!

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    Ahhhh, welcome back to top end gpu's Asus, we've missed you since the 5870m launch :)
     
  13. Benchmade 42

    Benchmade 42 Titanium

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    Let's hope they put a great sound system on these up and coming g series machines.
     
  14. Cloudfire

    Cloudfire (Really odd person)

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    There was tons of people who complained about Asus stupid choice to include GTX 670MX instead of 675MX, plus voiced our opinions about why Asus can`t include the top end GPUs and proudly boast the "republic of gamers" they cherish so much. I had a few discussions with Asus engineers at the Asus forums, but they couldn`t give me a straight answer to their strategy.

    So I guess they might have listened to their fans this time around :)
     
  15. GenTechPC

    GenTechPC Notebook Prophet

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    G750 with have GTX765M GTX770M and GTX780M, but GTX765M and 770M will be release first.
     
  16. eyung25

    eyung25 Notebook Consultant

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    Any word on a price? :p
     
  17. Inty

    Inty Notebook Geek

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    And any idea on how long we will have to wait for the one with the 780m? If they improve the sound quality (they own the xonar sound cards line for crying out loud), this may well be my dream machine. I love the brushed aluminium on the palmrest, it adds so much to the laptop!

    Here are some pics, that I have found, great design!



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  18. JehutyZeroshift

    JehutyZeroshift Notebook Evangelist

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    Aren't those pictures the G46? :err:
     
  19. Inty

    Inty Notebook Geek

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    They went with the design of the G46 which is in my opinion superior. Notice the keypad, that the 14" notebook has no room for.

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  20. be77solo

    be77solo pc's and planes

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    Yep, that's what I'm excited to see about the G750... it looks just like a big G46, which I absolutely LOVE! It's an improvement across the board from the G73-75, and I liked those designs too. G46 is super solid and feels great... hoping the G750 follows suit.

    Now it just comes down to price ha... we shall see.
     
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