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sickleb2002
06-28-2012, 11:44 AM
Hi,

Just wondering when the next Asus G76 laptop model is coming out?

Thanks

john_from_ohio
06-28-2012, 02:22 PM
Karnac the magnificent says "August 27 2013" ...

Holy
06-28-2012, 02:22 PM
that would probably 2nd quarter next year.

Myk SilentShadow
06-28-2012, 03:46 PM
Hi,

Just wondering when the next Asus G76 laptop model is coming out?

Thanks

LOL the G55/75 are only a few months old and you want one that is probably only in the barest of design stages by now? wow

chrsplmr
06-28-2012, 03:54 PM
I heard its going to finally be an AMD...or was that a dream ?

Myk SilentShadow
06-28-2012, 04:14 PM
I heard its going to finally be an AMD...or was that a dream ?

You had the same hw pr0n dream I had!!! :p :cool:

ForCeV
06-28-2012, 05:14 PM
Which graphics card would be included on G76?? I wonder if G76 has GTX680M or upper class card...I don't believe but if it has happend, it would be considered to buy for everyone.

Myk SilentShadow
06-28-2012, 05:18 PM
Which graphics card would be included on G76?? I wonder if G76 has GTX680M or upper class card...I don't believe but if it has happend, it would be considered to buy for everyone.


Far too early to tell, I doubt even MarshallR or even Raja would have any details yet.

Holy
06-28-2012, 05:31 PM
bleh im out if they go amd in these things.

kiba
06-28-2012, 07:26 PM
bleh im out if they go amd in these things.
^its been done, my g73 has a 5870.

sickleb2002
07-01-2012, 03:24 AM
LOL the G55/75 are only a few months old and you want one that is probably only in the barest of design stages by now? wow

And? Its only a question mate. I'm aware they're only a few months old.

sickleb2002
07-01-2012, 03:26 AM
Which graphics card would be included on G76?? I wonder if G76 has GTX680M or upper class card...I don't believe but if it has happend, it would be considered to buy for everyone.

Thats what I'm hoping. Maybe even a 700 series card.

XSerenity
07-04-2012, 06:19 AM
Speaking of future asus laptops, does anyone know if there will be an update to the g75 later this year and if so, when it will be released? I was really excited for the g75 but it seems to be having lots of problems so I think I will wait for an update if it's not too far off. There isn't one, I don't know what I will do - maybe buy the current g75 and pray it works or go with another less capable comp from another company.

Liquidus
07-04-2012, 07:25 AM
While we're at it I want information on the G79--no make that the G999999999999.2. I hear it has a i999 processor and a NVIDIA GTX 999 gpu.. Too bad the rumored price is $99999

JednaPiroga
07-04-2012, 09:53 AM
The only real problem I see is the Sound. But that is Driver issue.

And yes I had to RMA my computer because of the broken speaker, but when you get a working example the computer barley has any issues at all. It is a great computer.

Redking117
07-05-2012, 07:15 PM
The G76 is going to feature a 2560x1440 LCD Touch Screen with Windows 8 Home
24GB RAM
Geforce 690M on the standard model (695M on the premium model that is $400 more)
250GB SSD drive with 2TB Secondary drive (Dual 320GB SSD in Premium model)
Intel's "i8" 1.5Ghz Eight Core CPU
It will feature 4 extremely small speakers that don't emit much sound, but boasts Quad Speaker surround sound experience.
Blu-ray reader/DVD burner (Blu-ray burner on premium model)

Kamil
07-05-2012, 07:20 PM
The G76 is going to feature a 2560x1440 LCD Touch Screen with Windows 8 Home
24GB RAM
Geforce 690M on the standard model (695M on the premium model that is $400 more)
250GB SSD drive with 2TB Secondary drive (Dual 320GB SSD in Premium model)
Intel's "i8" 1.5Ghz Eight Core CPU
It will feature 4 extremely small speakers that don't emit much sound, but boats Quad Speaker surround sound experience.
Blu-ray reader/DVD burner (Blu-ray burner on premium model)

Can't tell if sarcastic or psychic.

john_from_ohio
07-05-2012, 07:59 PM
The G76 is going to feature a 2560x1440 LCD Touch Screen with

Why would they release something lower resolution than you can already buy from apple today in your hypothetical G76? ( Retina display macbook pro ).

Redking117
07-05-2012, 09:06 PM
Why would they release something lower resolution than you can already buy from apple today in your hypothetical G76? ( Retina display macbook pro ).

Let me reword that for you

Why would they release something lower resolution than you can already buy from apple today in the G75? ( Retina display macbook pro )

Zygomorphic
07-05-2012, 10:22 PM
Because ASUS will do the job right. We will have a graphics card that is capable of powering a display worth looking at without roasting the user or things he values. The new ***book apparently gets to ~90 C while simply browsing the web--sure sign that it cannot play games. ASUS will give it a power fan, and it will hit 65 C while hard-core gaming...and woll not throttle like virtually every mac in existence. Goes to show who makes pretty-lady computers, and who makes he-man comps. To all you ladies out there on the ROG forums, consider yourself to be special...we know who you are.

Holy
07-06-2012, 01:49 AM
^its been done, my g73 has a 5870.

i know its been done but i personaly dislike amd's gpu's.

Redking117
07-06-2012, 04:29 PM
i know its been done but i personaly dislike amd's gpu's.

Meh if/when they are the best bang for the buck I buy them.

My first asus laptop had a 3650. It rocked :D

Holy
07-06-2012, 04:33 PM
im not saying there not good im saying i dislike them.

kiba
07-06-2012, 08:31 PM
ati gets a bad rap but honestly ive had more trouble with nvidia gpu's


Because ASUS will do the job right. We will have a graphics card that is capable of powering a display worth looking at without roasting the user or things he values. The new ***book apparently gets to ~90 C while simply browsing the web--sure sign that it cannot play games. ASUS will give it a power fan, and it will hit 65 C while hard-core gaming...and woll not throttle like virtually every mac in existence. Goes to show who makes pretty-lady computers, and who makes he-man comps. To all you ladies out there on the ROG forums, consider yourself to be special...we know who you are.

yes, it is awful.... http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?17892-The-best-notebook-RoG-has-to-offer-for-Game-Devs&p=122173&viewfull=1#post122173

theres more in that link ^ i tried to remember as much as i could because the original review went down (crapple does a good job covering up their flaws/shortcomings) but the original review called it "the least repairable/upgradeable laptop ever made". everything, including the battery, is glued in there, memory soldered to mobo, it has no intake, it just sucks air in through the usb/sd card ports (lmfao), and vents that you could barely slip a peice of paper through (which are covered by the bottom of the screen when it is open), and yes, it does get up to 90 degrees C while watching youtube. its a toaster, and most machines are designed to shut off at that temp. which means crapple EXPECTS them to run that hot. derpaderp apple.

what a rediculous peice of garbage... the more i hear about it the more i kick myself for ever coming so close to buying one. the only good thing about it IS the screen, as far as i'm concerned, thats the only selling point, and probably the only thing that works properly because its the farthest away from all that heat... lolz.

kiba
07-06-2012, 08:37 PM
spy photo of the new G76, apparently they decided to ditch the stealth design and go with a more "old school" look.

9844

i bet the vents on the back are huge τΏτ

Redking117
07-06-2012, 10:04 PM
spy photo of the new G76, apparently they decided to ditch the stealth design and go with a more "old school" look.

9844

i bet the vents on the back are huge τΏτ

Well of coures, a 2560x1440 resolution is going to look amazing on that small screen and there will be a ton of room for cooling, full size video card, storage...

ItsDanK
01-24-2013, 04:31 AM
I was actually google searching the G76 so that should tell you how much I know about it :)

DirtyCodingHabitz
01-24-2013, 05:56 AM
I was actually google searching the G76 so that should tell you how much I know about it :)

Dan, please make a review of the G76 asap when it hits the news. Also do benchmarks as well when you're allowed :)

Zygomorphic
01-24-2013, 11:22 AM
I was actually google searching the G76 so that should tell you how much I know about it :)

LOL. :p Now we know how secretive ASUS is...:D

ItsDanK
01-25-2013, 12:38 AM
Dan, please make a review of the G76 asap when it hits the news. Also do benchmarks as well when you're allowed :)

If it surfaces I'll be on it and probably lining up to buy one too :)

kayne
03-16-2013, 05:26 AM
Which graphics card would be included on G76?? I wonder if G76 has GTX680M or upper class card...I don't believe but if it has happend, it would be considered to buy for everyone.
I hope the new laptop gaming rog will use gtx680sli mode...because the other laptop gaming alrdy use this graphic card.

mitvasya
03-18-2013, 08:29 AM
We on Experience ASUS ROG @ will see PAX East 2013 from March 22-24, 2013 a new line of Asus G76?

RobinPichu
03-19-2013, 08:25 AM
I'm deciding to whether wait for G76 or get G75VX... by releasing G75VX are they thinking about delaying G76 back even though it's not announced? Hopefully it will be announce during the PAX East 2013... ^0^

DeltaActual
04-01-2013, 11:36 AM
nothing new yet?

pathfindercod
04-01-2013, 12:06 PM
I'm sure they will wait till gpu updates... Otherwise throw new system board with has well in an keep current gpu line and model..

RobinPichu
04-02-2013, 10:47 PM
nothing new yet?

no nothing new yet... I been searching but personally I don't think there will be anything new until 4th gen core i7 releases.
if there is any news by May or June, then I assume it might be AMD graphic, if not, then maybe GTX 7 series. <- personal guess assuming that GTX 7 series comes out around June - August... O.o

EckoInLasVegas
04-07-2013, 06:05 PM
Based on the fact the new7 series gpus will be out soon, i will take a stab and say the g76 will have:

-i7 38xx
-nVidia 740 or 750 wih 2gb to 3gb
-16GB memory
-dual HDDs as before, hopefully if they are HDDs they will have 7200rpms and toss out the 5400 crap


My guess is August release

Sagi
04-07-2013, 11:18 PM
Based on the fact the new7 series gpus will be out soon, i will take a stab and say the g76 will have:

-i7 38xx
-nVidia 740 or 750 wih 2gb to 3gb
-16GB memory
-dual HDDs as before, hopefully if they are HDDs they will have 7200rpms and toss out the 5400 crap


My guess is August release


Most of the G-serie laptops in the EU already have the Hybrid 7200 RPM as standard.
Give it 1½-2months and you will see the new models in the stores :)

RobinPichu
04-15-2013, 08:52 AM
Based on the fact the new7 series gpus will be out soon, i will take a stab and say the g76 will have:

-i7 38xx
-nVidia 740 or 750 wih 2gb to 3gb
-16GB memory
-dual HDDs as before, hopefully if they are HDDs they will have 7200rpms and toss out the 5400 crap


My guess is August release

I'm sorry but I don't quite agree with you on this, I know it's a guess, but I don't see a reason for them to use 740 or 750 in anyway.
I don't see a reason why they won't wait for the GTX 760,770 and 780 to come out then release since they been using the higher end one.
wouldn't the CPU be i7 4XXX? since it's 4th gen haswel, and it's already set as that?
but I might be wrong, I do agree with your August tho, that's the time I would go with too.

TokoDude
04-15-2013, 01:17 PM
As long it is not an AMD processor it's okay grapich card i really want from AMD it's cheaper price maybe lower for the pc then

HellzHavoc
04-15-2013, 01:28 PM
There are some rumours of a G750JX/G750JW right now with Haswell cpus and GTX 760M/770M. They are just rumours though.

UnAimed
04-15-2013, 02:15 PM
After Haswell Mobile CPU's are available to manufacturers and also the 700m series from Nvidia then I think we can start to expect a next model

HellzHavoc
04-15-2013, 02:33 PM
After Haswell Mobile CPU's are available to manufacturers and also the 700m series from Nvidia then I think we can start to expect a next model

Lenovo Y500s are available with Nvidia's new GT 750M at the moment.

UnAimed
04-15-2013, 08:07 PM
Lenovo Y500s are available with Nvidia's new GT 750M at the moment.

But those are just re-banded 600M series cards based on the Kepler architecture. There have been no real next generation 700m series cards announced.

willy
04-15-2013, 11:59 PM
That's how nvidia and amd do it. They bring out a new architecture and than the next year a revision. So the 700m will be Kepler in fact some of the low end are still Fermi. They also only announced up to the 750m with the 760m-780m coming at a later date.

Zygomorphic
04-16-2013, 12:08 AM
After Haswell Mobile CPU's are available to manufacturers and also the 700m series from Nvidia then I think we can start to expect a next model

I'd believe that. It would seem logical for ASUS to ship a "truly" new model when there are actually different parts available. Upgrading the current model lines seems more likely in the interim. As you said, the parts aren't really new, they're just rebadged. nVidia, I hate that. :mad:

Taebekk
04-16-2013, 01:54 PM
There are some rumours of a G750JX/G750JW right now with Haswell cpus and GTX 760M/770M. They are just rumours though.

Hi there!

Well i think its no rumor anymore: http://support.asus.de/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=de-de

It`s the german ASUS support page -> first dropdown menu choose Notebook -> in the second dropdown
menu scroll down and you`ll find "G75 series" AND "G750 series".

Greets!

gokica
04-16-2013, 02:01 PM
A re-badged GPU with little bit more efficient CPU is not something to hold your breath for.

Looking forward to the news but still this information should not hold off any potential buyers from getting the G75VX at this point.

RobinPichu
04-17-2013, 08:28 PM
Hi there!

Well i think its no rumor anymore: http://support.asus.de/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=de-de

It`s the german ASUS support page -> first dropdown menu choose Notebook -> in the second dropdown
menu scroll down and you`ll find "G75 series" AND "G750 series".

Greets!

I guess if that is the case, then it might be just an upgrade of G75, instead of G76. O.o I can't find any reason why they would go for 750 instead of 76 beside that reason tho. O.o

Zygomorphic
04-18-2013, 10:24 AM
The two models have the same two-character codes as existing models, so it is likely a slight upgrade and/or a typo on their part. I wouldn't hold my breath over this one.

Mr Flibble
04-18-2013, 11:17 AM
google search return this:

http://www.overclockerscave.com/index.php/98-performance-laptops-overview/279-asus-rog-g750jw-and-g750jx-gaming-laptops

http://dhanti.com/asus-g750-review/

http://www.notik.ru/news/topic/3090

from the first article:


Internal organs aren't less exciting than outer shell. Super sharp 17.3 inch FHD screen guarantees vivid colors and fast response times. The heart of the G750 will be the Core i7-4700HQ four core processor, naturally with Hyper Threading enabled. We don't know much about its frequency but we know for sure that Intel HD 4600 will be responsible for graphics tasks. TDP will not exceed 50W.
There will be two editions of this dream machine. Fist one – ASUS G750JW – Equipped with 12GB DDR3, Nvidia GeForce GTX760M 2GB, 750GB HDD and Blue Ray drive for best FHD experience. The strongest one GT750JX will be packed with massive 16GB of DDR3 memory, hybrid storage based on 120GB SSD and 750GB HDD combined with Blue Ray drive. Both will get USB 3.0 Thunderbolt along with the latest Wi-Fi 802.11.ac. Price tag, ASUS RoG G750JW €1500, ASUS RoG G750JX €1800.

_
04-22-2013, 05:48 AM
Without further comment, the pictures leaked are of the G46. Please wait for the official launch of our new NB to see full, proper spec rather than what someone might have pulled from an early sales kit. ;)

And for the website who labelled their 'rumor' page "asus-g750-review", you're a complete SEO fraud. Shame on you. I would never normally comment on this but it's an utter dis-service to all those looking for genuine information. How can it be labelled a review since it's never been seen and we've never even confirmed the real spec. This is basic journalism fail. Please be mindful of this when searching people: unscrupulous websites will do anything for clicks. Please trust wisely.

noctiswwy
04-22-2013, 11:07 AM
I'm really looking forward to hearing "G56" with GTX770m !!!

Mr Flibble
04-22-2013, 01:28 PM
Some new info, of course not confirmed or official :)

http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus-gaming-notebook-forum/714877-new-asus-g750jx-coming-gtx-770m-haswell.html

copy & paste:



Many shops on the internet have listed an upcoming 17.3" notebook from the G-series. It is called G750JX.
No picture of it yet, but rumors claim it will resemble the looks of the G46. Price in shops vary but a swedish shop is listing it for 2000 Euro.
G750JX - 17.3", FHD - Intel I7 4700HQ - NV GTX 770M 3GB GDDR5 VRAM - 16GB Mycom.se

Specs are the following:
Haswell i7 4700HQ
Nvidia GTX 770M 3GB GDDR5 VRAM
17.3", FHD
16GB (4GBx4) DDR3 1600
750G 7200R + 128G SSD
DVD SM DL
802.11ac -
HD cam -
BT4.0
USB 3.0
Thunderbolt
8 cell battery (5900mAh)
Windows 8 64Bit


direct link to shop:

http://www.mycom.se/product_info.php?products_id=99774

mitvasya
04-23-2013, 02:42 PM
MarshallR@ASUS When to wait for the announcement?

KylePmore
04-24-2013, 03:41 AM
What should we expect from a Haswell CPU for the G76?

Quad Core @ 2.7ghz each?

Shawnnepc
04-24-2013, 02:33 PM
You won't get an official response from ASUS about any potential products until they have released a press release.

http://www.asus.com/News/

Anything other than that is hearsay and shouldn't be relied on.

adamsyes
05-06-2013, 06:59 AM
I don't think it will be 2.7ghz lol probably 2.5Ghz or 2.4Ghz. haswell has the same performance than ivy bridge. just with extra tweaks. if not close performances anyways

Zygomorphic
05-06-2013, 10:17 AM
2.7 GHz would definitely be an option from some of the customizing resellers, I'll bet. However, I know nothing about ASUS deals with resellers, so I'm just gazing into the fictional crystal ball next to my computer. ;)

Haswell is supposed to be a good bit faster, since it is a core change, rather than just a die shrink (Sandy->Ivy was a die shrink).

Shawnnepc
05-07-2013, 01:43 AM
2.7 GHz would definitely be an option from some of the customizing resellers, I'll bet. However, I know nothing about ASUS deals with resellers, so I'm just gazing into the fictional crystal ball next to my computer. ;)

Haswell is supposed to be a good bit faster, since it is a core change, rather than just a die shrink (Sandy->Ivy was a die shrink).

If we change the processor out we become responsible for the systems warranty, the same goes for any parts outside the user serviceable area.

That's why if you purchase a customized unit from a reseller, you should contact them BEFORE contacting ASUS since they are technically no longer responsible.

Zygomorphic
05-07-2013, 10:18 AM
If we change the processor out we become responsible for the systems warranty, the same goes for any parts outside the user serviceable area.

That's why if you purchase a customized unit from a reseller, you should contact them BEFORE contacting ASUS since they are technically no longer responsible.

Thanks for the heads-up! I'll keep that in mind when I am trying to help people with RMA issues.