Asus ROG Chimera G703

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  1. Miguel Pereira

    Miguel Pereira Notebook Consultant

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    What could be the panel they use? A new version? I've seen someone saying that the panel is the 120hz aoc TN with oc to 144hz...

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    INTRODUCING THE ROG CHIMERA GAMING LAPTOP AND ITS ULTRA-FAST 144HZ DISPLAY
    Tuned for a true 144-FPS gaming experience
    "Gamers and esports players are increasingly flocking to high-refresh monitors for fluid visuals and improved responsiveness. The Chimera's 144Hz display is capable of keeping up with frame rates as high as 144 FPS, which translates to silky smooth graphics and gameplay that are especially apparent in fast-paced titles. We didn’t have to sacrifice picture quality, either. The 17.3” IPS-type panel has rich colors and wide viewing angles that ensure games look their best whether you’re playing solo or sharing the screen for multiplayer.

    IPS-type laptop displays typically have slow response times that produce visible ghosting behind fast-moving objects. Their individual pixels usually take around 25 milliseconds to switch between shades of gray, but we worked closely with our panel partner to cut that time to just 7 ms, which neatly matches the 6.9-ms delay between the screen’s refresh cycles. When a new frame is ready to be drawn, the remnants of the old one should be all but gone. Quicker pixel transitions make rapid motion and action look much sharper, especially when the display is refreshing at full speed."
    https://rog.asus.com/articles/g-ser...ing-laptop-and-its-ultra-fast-144hz-display/#
     
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  3. icic2017

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    Here is the official Link: https://www.asus.com/Laptops/ROG-G703/

    But:
    17.3" (16:9) LED backlit FHD (1920x1080) 144Hz Anti-Glare Panel with 72% NTSC with 178˚ wide-viewing angle Display
    17.3" (16:9) LED backlit UHD (3840x2160) 60Hz Anti-Glare Panel with 100% NTSC with 178˚ wide-viewing angle Display

    So the FHD ist $3,499 and the UHD may be $3,xxx
     
  5. IKAS V

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    It’s a lot chunkier than I thought it would be but given the hardware inside.....but man that price!
    I’m not a cheap bastard or anything and always willing to pay premium prices for high quality things but it’s still too much in my opinion.
     
  6. PredatoR_TR

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    Has anyone got it yet?
     
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    That EXcaliberPC bundle looks pretty good, adding a bunch of goodies for the same price, $3499:

    EXcaliberPC
    ASUS ROG G703VI-XH74K (i7-7820HK, 32GB RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD + 1TB SSHD, NVIDIA GTX 1080 8GB, 17.3" Full HD 144Hz G-Sync, Windows 10 Pro) VR Ready Gaming Notebook
    https://www.amazon.com/G703VI-XH74K-i7-7820HK-NVIDIA-Windows-Notebook/dp/B076Q59S5Q
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  9. ThePerfectStorm

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    Waiting for reviews. If the cooling is up to the mark (either before or after repasting), it is an expensive but very interesting alternative to the GT73VR.

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    Also we need to compared it with MSI GT75 Titan i7-7820HK GTX 1080 which one is worth to buy? Good luck 4 all.
     
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