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ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a GTX 1070 GPU

ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a GTX 1070 GPU

ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a GTX 1070 GPU

ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a GTX 1070 GPU

 

ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a full desktop-grade GTX 1070 GPU and a Skylake i7 CPU, offering desktop grade performance in a laptop form factor. 

Previously this kind of gaming performance was impossible on a laptop with a single GPU, with the GTX 980 being the most powerful GPU on offer in this form factor. Now thanks to Nvidia's Pascal architecture ASUS have been able to deliver a laptop with a significant upgrade in GPU horsepower while drawing a similar amount of power and producing a similar amount of heat.  

 

  ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a GTX 1070 GPU  ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a GTX 1070 GPU

 

This laptop will have a 1080p IPS display with G-sync and can have up to 16GB of DDR4 DRAM, a blu-ray drive, and a high-speed PCIe M.2 SSD. 

At this time this laptop is rumored to have a price of around €2,000, though this has not been officially confirmed. 

  ASUS' upcoming ROG G752 Laptop will have a GTX 1070 GPU  

 

Right now ASUS has not officially revealed this GTX 1070 powered laptop, but it is expected to launch in mid-August. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' GTX 1070 powered ROG laptop on the OC3D Forums

 

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08-07-2016, 09:17:37

GiantKiwi
And it will have to be performance limited because of thermal reasons. Why bother?Quote

08-07-2016, 09:50:10

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by GiantKiwi View Post
And it will have to be performance limited because of thermal reasons. Why bother?
True. I have an older version of this and it gets really hot !Quote

08-07-2016, 11:21:13

Kushiro
16GB of ram.. almost thought it was serious.

I have no interest in any of these unless Clevo decides to go all flashing nonsense. Hated the fact that Asus thought red leds for the keyboard was a good idea. Just leave it white pls...Quote
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