Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

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  1. Riddhy916

    Riddhy916 Notebook Deity

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    Asus: ?Ivy Bridge?-Notebooks mit Nvidias ?Kepler? ab April - 12.01.2012 - ComputerBase

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    perfectblue Notebook Enthusiast

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    Exciting news!!! Atlast ASUS are improving 1 grade ahead of G74 GPU.

    I wonder what the MSI will come up with! Maybe G680M 4GB GDDR5?? :D
     
  3. stege

    stege Notebook Consultant

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    Wow. This is good news. Although I was expecting a competition for that 580GTX equipped MSI. Guess 670M will have to do.
     
  4. Yiddo

    Yiddo Believe, Achieve, Receive

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    That is top news if that turns out to be the case I will believe it when I see it mind.

    If it does happen then I could be coming home in time for the 770M ;)
     
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    Cloudfire (Really odd person)

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    I love the design of the G75. It looks good :)
     
  6. JehutyZeroshift

    JehutyZeroshift Notebook Evangelist

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    Pretty much looks the same with the G74, though the specs are really exciting!
     
  7. stege

    stege Notebook Consultant

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    Guys, if we were to give credit to this than GTX 670M is the actualized GTX 560M :( (192bit) The "true" upgraded part would have been the GTX 675M (256bit).

    I love ROG notebooks, mine has been nothing but a delight to use. But I need something with more oomph as replacement. Perhaps MSI or Alienware? .....

    ASUS, please offer G75/G55 with GTX 670/675/680M !!!!!!!!
     
  8. Tyo

    Tyo Notebook Deity

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    Well, at this point, these are all rumors, but I really hope ASUS steps it up with the GPUs in their ROG notebooks. They haven't made a significant GPU upgrade since the Mobility 5870 in the G73JH released 2 years ago. As far as I know, the subsequent GTX 460M and 560M have only offered similar performance.

    Unless the new Kepler architecture turns out to be a significant improvement over Fermi, it's looking to me like the GTX 670m that's coming out in the G55/G75 is going to occupy the same spot in the nVidia hierarchy as the current GTX 560M, which is two steps down from the top-of-the-line.
     
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    Great, another 192-bit GPU.
     
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