ASUS announces their G701VI gaming laptop

ASUS announces their G701VI gaming laptop

ASUS announces their G701VI gaming laptop

ASUS announces their G701VI gaming laptop

 
ASUS has announced their G701VI gaming laptop, a new gaming laptop that contains a Skylake i7 CPU and an overclockable GTX 1080 GPU, making this compatible with both the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.  
 
This laptop also contains a G-Sync compatible 120Hz display, which runs at a resolution of 1080p, making this laptop suitable for high refresh rate gaming with minimal input lag and no visual tearing.   
 
The ASUS ROG G701VI can use either an i7 6700HQ or an i7 6820HK processor with the option to have up to 64GB of 2400MHz DDR4 memory. This laptop will also come with a 512GB PCIe SSD and support USB 3.1 and Thunderbolt 3.    

  

ASUS announces their G701VI gaming laptop

  

This laptop will cost £3099.99 and will be available soon at Scan and Overclockers UK.  

 

You can join the discussion on the ASUS G701VI gaming laptop on the OC3D Forums

 

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26-10-2016, 17:54:45

Kushiro
Why wont they at least go back to the all black stealth color scheme if they wont at least design it so that it doesnt look like a kids toy if you take it anywhere other than... wait...

Would have been nice if it was a 1440p screen instead as well. Perhaps even 4k since it has G-Sync.Quote

27-10-2016, 07:05:22

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Why wont they at least go back to the all black stealth color scheme if they wont at least design it so that it doesnt look like a kids toy if you take it anywhere other than... wait...

Would have been nice if it was a 1440p screen instead as well. Perhaps even 4k since it has G-Sync.
There is only one brand that will do it and you know who that is.

Seems like ASUS & MSI are in a race to see who can design the most stupidest looking notebooks Quote

27-10-2016, 11:44:03

RickPlaysWarr
Woah! I understand the want to have a portable gaming powerhouse. This is way to pricey to even consider. Personally I would look at building an extreme SFF case build first. for less than 2K you could build an awe inspiring system with a full GTX 1080. I just don't get it. Its big, ugly and heavy.

--Rick--Quote

27-10-2016, 20:14:31

Kushiro
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
There is only one brand that will do it and you know who that is.

Seems like ASUS & MSI are in a race to see who can design the most stupidest looking notebooks
My last notebooks have been from Clevo and Gigabyte.

The Gigabytes were OK, but QC left a lot to be desired. Cooling wasnt great, but hey I had a 980m and a i7 4720HQ stuffed into a VERY slim chassis. The GPU cooling was crazy good with 65c max. The only problem was the CPU running in the 95c range which was not very fun to look at.Quote
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