ASUS ROG G751JY GSync Laptop – Live Gaming Demo

Correction, the pannel is FHD IPS not TN. The off viewing angles still arent as great which threw me off.

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ASUS has built a beastly gaming laptop with a Geforce GTX 980M that nears desktop-level performance.

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40 comments

  1. DeadSilent Gaming

    Hi i would like some personal advice on this machine because im thinking of purchasing one of these for Christmas soon.
    iv noticed there are different variants to this model (for specs).. the one im going to purchase has the following:

    Name: ASUS ROG G751JY 17.3" FHD Gaming Laptop G751JY-T7280H
    Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-4870HQ Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.70 GHz)
    Memory: 16GB RAM
    Storage: 256GB SSD
    Hard Drive Storage: 1TB HDD
    Graphics Card:NVIDIA GeForce GTX980M with 4GB GDDR5
    Operating System: Windows 8.1 64-bit
    Screen:17.3" 16:9 IPS FHD (1920×1080) anti-glare Display
    Audio: Built-in Speakers And Digital Array Microphone Built-in subwoofer MaxxAudio support
    Connectivity: Integrated 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Built-in Bluetooth™ V4.0 10/100/1000/Gigabits Base T
    Built-In Devices: 1 x Microphone-in jack 2 x Headphone-out jack (SPDIF) 1 x VGA port/Mini D-sub 15-pin for external monitor 
    4 x USB 3.0 port(s) 1 x RJ45 LAN Jack for LAN insert 1 x HDMI 1 x Thunderbolt port 1 x SD card reader 1X AC adapter plug
    Webcam: HD Web Camera
    Optical Drive:Blu-Ray Writer
    Weight:4.8 kg (with 8 cell battery)
    Dimensions: 416 x 318 x 20 ~53 mm (WxDxH) (w/ 8cell battery)
    Warranty: 2 Years

    Would there be any difference if i compared my machine to yours?
    and is it possible for me to upgrade the ram and HD space if i wanted to? 
    instead of 1TB i purchase a 1.5 or 2TB hard disk? I noticed you said it can be upgraded but where would i go to get it upgraded? im unsure if my computer store does this sort of thing. Can i upgrade the parts myself and replace them myself?

  2. TheYYellowmamba

    Jay, do you know about that G752 series that is coming out in like 5 days? With the limited tech knowledge I have I feel like the 6th gen cpu's they have on them are totally bottlenecked by the 970/980m gpus on them. What do you think?

  3. RRooooooNNNN

    i used to use fraps, but siince Steam has the FPS option built in started using it instead of fraps :)

  4. aabeeroy

    Hey Jayz, You mentioned in your review that you would be doing a render on this machine and then posting your comments or would make a video on it. Did you post that video? I could not find one. Can you post or make a video about using this machine for rendering.
    Thanks
    aabee

  5. Space Man

    Seems like a good laptop, however I don't see this hardware being to last more then 4-5 years.

  6. BoredThatsWhy

    78 – 101 degrees just from 15 minutes of gaming? Was he kidding around? lol that seems a bit crazy..

  7. Jonathan Pontel

    after owning dell for a while xps m1710, m1730 and the alien ware m11x I can honestly say this will probably be my next gaming laptop. the current alienware laptops are nice but cheesy. if you go to any frys and check then out (they're all in display there with the rog) it's no comparison for what you pay for. the m13x, m15x are so cheesy and just feels so cheap compared to asus. gj asus for the gaming laptops you guys have made so far.

  8. ardschuna88

    Since summer 2015 I own a MSI GT72 with these specs: i7-4980HQ, GTX 980m with 8 GB, 32 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD and 1 TB HDD. Even with it's 17" display I am using it as a desktop replacement combined with a 27" curved monitor by Samsung. I prefer a netbook over PC since I can transfer it with me on visits and trips. I know for less money there would be decent PCs, which are better upgradeable, too. But for me a mobile unit is the best fun, my rig is always available, no matter where I am :)

  9. RoyalDream

    Acer Predator G9-791 17,3" vs ASUS ROG G751JY 17.3" Which one is the best? More ram or more ssd.. The acer has 256gb ssd. but 32 gig ram. And the asus has 16 gb ram but 512 gb ssd. Theres not really anymore difference between them.. Which one should i buy?

  10. Ivica Pavić

    1. does anyone know the refresh rate on this monitor? is it 60Hz or more? at least 75Hz would be nice, 120Hz would be perfect? also, does the G751JT model (with the GTX 970M GPU) have the same RR?
    2. what was the refresh rate on the TN panel of the G750JZ model?
    I read that TN panels usually have higher refresh rates (but suffer in color quality), which can be important for someone playing hardcore FPS games, such as myself. Is that true?

  11. Pabi7 Gaming

    I want it but the only thing making me think twice is the non removable or replaceable battery.

  12. Clarence John Alfonso

    I would buy this if that bulky looking thing on back weren't there,and not putting the monitor on the very end just like notebooks

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