Asus ROG GL503

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  1. fayth

    fayth Notebook Consultant

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    wow MR H know everything LOL :D, so what asus doing to keep that heat away from GL503VM GTX1060 ? i saw on GL503VD the thermal cooling was not so good.
     
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    @Mr. H Do you have any more information to share on the FX503/FX703 line up? You are the first time I see them referenced.
     
  3. fayth

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    asus FX503 :

    https://www.asus.com/Laptops/FX503/

    too bad no image that show the top lid cover. i want to see if the logo asus was still there like FX502VM..

    edit : i found this... :

    wow that was very elegant looking FX503VM

    [​IMG]
     
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    :O though price would be around 1600 !
    Thank you for all the info Mr.H

    Why is hero edition not even announced? though it would be announced with scar edition.... does this mean hero edition will have something different from Scar?
     
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    Mr. H Notebook Enthusiast

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    I assume the Hero will be more "limited" compares to the Scar (prob the artwork on the Hero) or Asus just gonna let Amazon, Bestbuy or Newegg sell it only. I am not so sure about that. But there is one thing I spotted from another country's website is that it shows the Hero uses the GTX 1060 3 GB instead of 6 GB. I am not sure if it is a regional thing or just a typo issue. But we shall see :)

    I hope Dave2D the big dawg will get an early review on it since I am eager to see how well that "12v" fans do.

    For the FX503, you can pre-order it now on ExcaliburPC if u want. It comes with GTX 1050 4gb ($999) or 1060 3gb ($1349), 60 Hz display. With that price, I would rather get the Hero with that sweet 120 Hz display, better design, ? better cooling too, I guess? Here's the link:

    https://www.excaliberpc.com/664741/asus-fx503vd-eh73-15.6-full-hd.html

    https://www.excaliberpc.com/664738/asus-fx503vm-eh73-15.6-full-hd.html

    https://www.excaliberpc.com/664885/asus-fx73ve-wh71-17.3-full-hd.html

    Btw @Nickk_87 , you are a baller, mate xD Are you getting the one with 1070 Max Q or 1080 Max Q?
     
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    @Mr. H Haha sorry mate xD. The prices in the Netherlands are way off of those in the states. Example is the GX501, it’s $2699 (1080 Max-Q), while over here it is an exclusive for alternate.nl and costs €3299. (But I can get a way better deal on that one). The 1070 version is not available here ?yet?.

    I’m getting the 1080 max-q or a full blown 1070 anyway! So it all comes down to heat/noise/weight/portability (I fly a lot around the world) and the biggest one, price difference! (Really curious which models and prices we can expect here!).

    Ps: that’s also why I think $1899 for the GL503VS is a nice price, because the latest 502VS the same specs with (without TB3 or SSHD etc) sells at €2099.;-)
     
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    dave lee is already reviewing the GL503VD(12v fans) right ?
     
  9. Mr. H

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    Indeed he did but that was the VD (1050) version. I really want to see if that long ass time Asus takes to redesign their heat pipes and power up the fans will pay off, or another waste of time waiting for a flaw
     
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