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Hotfingers
09-19-2015, 07:51 PM
Hi all!
As per in the title I would like to know what is the stock, AKA the one that ASUS installed, brand/model of the SSD drive in the ASUS ROG G751JL laptop.
To be precise I'm looking for the 256GB version.
Thanks a lot for anyone who answer!

aeolisio
09-20-2015, 01:24 AM
Hi all!
As per in the title I would like to know what is the stock, AKA the one that ASUS installed, brand/model of the SSD drive in the ASUS ROG G751JL laptop.
To be precise I'm looking for the 256GB version.
Thanks a lot for anyone who answer!
Most retailers list the g751JL without an ssd just a 1tb HDD
http://www.amazon.com/G751JL-Laptop-Intel-NVIDIA-GTX965M/dp/B00T7EXKLG
It may be that version your looking at has been configured for a specific vendor and you would need to contact that vendor to find out. I know they sometimes use sandisk ssds.
If your talking about an internation models those SSDs are chosen differently per region or sometime per vendor so you need to speak with that vendor to find out wehat he has put in it. If you talking about a company that modifies the g751jl here in stateside the sdame applies talk to that vendor. The g75JYs that come with a ssd installed come with a pcie ssd its a samsung xp941 in 512 or 256.

Hotfingers
09-20-2015, 12:42 PM
Thanks for replying!
But you see, the point is: I'm actually in a dispute with an eBay vendor.
I bought this laptop and in the description it said:

Storage
1TB HDD 7200 RPM With 256 GB SSD

But it doesn't have it (also in the box it says only 1TB HDD, also one of 5400 RPM and not 7200).
With that said I started a dispute in Paypal to be refunded of the SSD sum.
And I need to know more or less how much is it worth, as a 256GB SSD price ranges from 80 euro to 500!

P.s.: I guess you know but mine is only sata, no pcie

NeoBeum
09-24-2015, 09:15 AM
My 751 came with a Sandisk 256GB SSD
The 1TB 7200 RPM drive was a Hitachi

I'm not sure what the 5400 RPM drives are that come with the 512GB SSD... I think they could be the 5400 RPM HGST from Hitachi