Asus ROG G55 & G75 in April with gtx 670m

Discussion in 'ASUS Gaming Notebook Forum' started by Riddhy916, Jan 12, 2012.

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  1. Ze3ph

    Ze3ph Notebook Enthusiast

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    totally agree :) and compared to the rest i would think the g75's style and beauty is more "future proof" xD Asus might have its premiums but abit more for craftsmanship is alright.
     
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    ReconFirefly Notebook Enthusiast

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    So my retailer said this would be to western Canada by May 4-9thish. Is this accurate? And will the G75 have the BSOD issues of the previous models?
     
  3. goldendice

    goldendice Notebook Enthusiast

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    No one can know about BSOD, until it's released. Although non of reviewers saw that. It's high end laptop, so I think there aren't any possibility of.getting BSOD, unless some parts firmware can be crapy.
     
  4. mifili64

    mifili64 Newbie

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    The 670M should be more than enough to play these games fluently on ultra.
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Lol asus do hate mxm don't they? They go out of their way not to use it.
     
  6. Karamazovmm

    Karamazovmm Overthinking? Always!

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    are you coming here for the lulz?:p

    I am:cool:
     
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    roxor_mcownage Notebook Enthusiast

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    mr mm, i want a notebook with 7970m, 17" 3d, good build. any recommendation
     
  8. Abula

    Abula Puro Chapin

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    If you want a 17'' with a 7970m you are limited to Alienware M17x Preliminary Ship Date: 5/24/2012, probably the Sager 9170 will also get that option around ends of may.
     
  9. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    guess it's possible with an external PSU and treat thunderbolt as PCIE using converter but it's limited to 10GB/s, hopefully it doesn't lag too much using eGPU via thunderbolt.
     
  10. Eclipse251

    Eclipse251 Notebook Guru

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    Samsung has a new laptop coming out soon,with that card.
     
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