ASUS GeForce 10 Series ROG GSYNC Notebooks

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    As Nvidia today releases their GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080 Mobile GPUs, ASUS is releasing their GeForce 10 Series Mobile ROG Notebooks. ASUS ROG announced that the 18-inch gaming laptop, GX800 along wit...

    ASUS GeForce 10 Series ROG GSYNC Notebooks
     
  2. jetbruceli

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    Wow, years ago (2008), I spent over 4 grand getting a core 2 quad 6600 with dual GT 9800m. A year later it was slow and demanding games made it seem like a waste of money.
    BUT now there is this!
     
  3. MainFrame Alpha

    MainFrame Alpha Member Guru

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    these are the ones Hilbert talked about A while ago, as always he new what he was talking about, the rest of us would just speculate :nerd:
    sadly i already got a GL552vw and my laptop cycle is 2 years:3eyes:
    but I WANNA!!!..even if knowing there pricing is nuts :bang:
     
  4. EngEd

    EngEd Member Guru

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    It probably is very expensive for just the single gtx 1080 laptop. But these laptops will last for many years 5+ for gaming. All due to great Pascal Graphics cards.

    The questions are do you really need it or just get a cheaper desktop? Can you afford?

    Not for everyone, but its cool that they are going to exist :)
     

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    "ROG GX800 is the world's first 18-inch real 4K UHD gaming laptop to feature the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 in 2-Way SLI"

    Powered by a quantum entangled event horizon reactor, no batteries required but if it crashes there's a small chance it pops out of space time and gets swallowed by a black hole. Worth the risk i'd say.
     

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