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  1. #1
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    G75VW or N76VZ (Please Help!!!)

    Guys I need a quick help.
    So, I need a new and RELIABLE notebook for multimedia (gaming is not priority).
    My choice is between:
    Asus G75VW:
    i7-3630QM
    Nvidea GTX 670M 3GB
    16GB Ram
    750GB 7200RPM
    Blu-Ray
    Windows 8
    Price: 1400 dollars

    And Asus N76VZ:
    i7-3630QM
    Nvidea GTX 650M 2GB
    12GB Ram
    1TB 7200RPM
    Blu-Ray
    Windows 8
    Price: 1480 dollars

    Of course Price/Specs wise Asus G75VW is better but what about reliablity? I heared that G75VW have several problems (Screen, sound etc.).
    Is it safe to buy G75VW or would it be better going with N76VZ?
    Please help me with this choice!!!

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    N76 for multimedia, G75 for gaming (and for that the screen itself, the speakers and so on make little difference, if any).

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    Thanks for quick reply. I like the look of G75 and Price/Specs wise its better and I would like to buy it, the only thing that still keep me away is the reliablity. I see that so many people have problems with speaker/subwoffer. Is it so serious that even driver update cant fix it?

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    Yes. From my point of view, it's just a design failure and no software can change that. Mine works with 10600 driver (on Windows 7) as good as possible. It is far far behind any decent laptop speakers (like Skull Candy or other that are not top notch compared to JBL for example). My Skull Candy were like hi-fi guru when compared to Asus SonicMaster. Why did they put these is beyond me. Why not B&O???

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    G serious is for gaming, N serious for Audio, so i think you should be knowing what do you need, but i think G serious more expensive than N serious.

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