View Full Version : Asus G75 airflow design

09-28-2013, 09:32 AM
Hello guys!
I was wondering how does the airflow architecture work on G75 models. I've opened the laptop and by the look of it, it seems that it takes air from the lower part of the rear rad and exhausts air from the upper part of the same rad.
Other than that the dust accumulates on the filters which means that it sucks air from there. Because there are no holes on the back cover the only place where it can take air seems from the rear rads - is that true ?

09-28-2013, 03:27 PM
You can always smoke it and see for yourself exactly where the intakes are? I think they are in the grill below the screen

09-28-2013, 04:37 PM
There is a grill but I don't see any vent holes through which the air can be taken in. Even if it takes air from under the monitor how can you explain the dust accumulated on the outer side of the fan filter ?

09-28-2013, 06:27 PM
Well I've had mine a little over a year now, I suspect that the whole inside is full of dust although I haven't seen any build up anywhere on the outside, I've blown out the fan and heat sinks a couple of times. I quit smoking so I guess I'll have to find some canned smoke and sort it out that way.

09-30-2013, 12:20 AM

Back-venting dual exhausts.
Heat and noise pushed away for more comfortable and quieter environments.
Dual rear-venting exhausts vanquish heat with ease, funneling it out the back of the G75 so those high temps never bother your. By pushing heat out the back, the notebook's gamer-facing side stays extra cool, increasing your comfort. Additionally, while the fans are eminently quiet in any case, their position towards the back of the G75 means you can barely hear them at all, as noise is also directed away from you. Cool and quiet: but deadly!