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    Things i need to know

    Hello fellow gamers!

    1)I have finally got my G55. Now i have been browsing through this forum, is there anything i need to do first before enjoying my self?

    2) Weird question here. How many years can i expect of this laptop to play the latest game before it become obsolete?

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    1. http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...untry=&status=

    2. Seriously? Dude, the way they bring out new games and their requirements.. probably 6 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adham_dehe View Post
    Hello fellow gamers!

    1)I have finally got my G55. Now i have been browsing through this forum, is there anything i need to do first before enjoying my self?

    2) Weird question here. How many years can i expect of this laptop to play the latest game before it become obsolete?
    I can answer your second question.

    So it all depends on what expectations you have.
    Speaking for myself, I hope to enjoy Dishonored, FarCry 3, Watch Dogs and the next World of Warcraft expansion
    So congrats with your G55 and I hope it will bring you alot of joy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adham_dehe View Post
    2) Weird question here. How many years can i expect of this laptop to play the latest game before it become obsolete?
    it all depends on what games your playing, fps games are always a heavy game to run.
    so mabye a year or 2 or 3 ( it all depends on the games you play of course )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woofyhugger View Post
    1. http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...untry=&status=

    2. Seriously? Dude, the way they bring out new games and their requirements.. probably 6 months.

    thanks for the link. Yeah that make me worried it become like handphone. Just one year, bam! new model wth

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyfulPo View Post
    I can answer your second question.

    So it all depends on what expectations you have.
    Speaking for myself, I hope to enjoy Dishonored, FarCry 3, Watch Dogs and the next World of Warcraft expansion
    So congrats with your G55 and I hope it will bring you alot of joy.
    i expect to be able to run l games with high setting but antialising turn off. Is that too high of expectation?
    Thanks

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    Seriously though, it depends on what games you like to play. Some games out now can make the 75/55 struggle on max/ultra settings. But if you are into wow, etc, you'll be fine for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woofyhugger View Post
    Seriously though, it depends on what games you like to play. Some games out now can make the 75/55 struggle on max/ultra settings. But if you are into wow, etc, you'll be fine for a while.
    I do play Battlefield 3 and Skyrim 3 on pretty much highest without struggle.
    Perhaps some features on Battlefield 3 I have on medium but things like Shadow Effects, SSOA or was it SSAO? Is full on.
    And of course, Ultra textures, etc. It's pretty awesome!

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