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    Well then is this a good laptop. is there anything wrong in this laptop. Is it good for playing games. I heard some says worst laptop. Do you guys suggest to buy this laptop?

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    Seems the same price as a G750JX, $1,600 - 1,700 kind of. I would rather the JX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darnassus View Post
    Seems the same price as a G750JX, $1,600 - 1,700 kind of. I would rather the JX.
    All depends on your portability requirements. If you need portability more than absolute top performance, but still want something with power, it's not a bad choice. All things considered, I would have preferred a more ROG line. Turn this notebook into the n56jr, and take the ROG branding off it, if it is like some people say. However, if it does hold up to ROG thermal specs, then it's a win, because lighter is always better.
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    when will it be released in US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by croupts View Post
    when will it be released in US?
    Probably Q2-Q3 of this year, but since I am not with ASUS, I cannot say for sure. I am sure it will come to the US, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manigandan View Post
    May I know why this laptop is not good. and what else problem with this laptop
    There probably isn't a "real" problem with it. I'm guessing most people (and me) were expecting a lot more, such as a refreshed G46. Considering the potential a refresh of that model would have with a GTX 860m in it, its worth anticipating. Then this rebadge showed up.

    I could be wrong and Asus does have a refresh on their plans seeing as how this model above is not a U.S. release. Hopefully this is the case...

    As sattelitekid said above, it seems to get the job done well.

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    Hello guys, I see someone wanted GPU-Z screen, here's from mine G56

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    Looks like some pretty decent performance, if you ask me. Thanks for posting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manigandan View Post
    May I know why this laptop is not good. and what else problem with this laptop
    Quote Originally Posted by BIOHAZARD9519 View Post
    There probably isn't a "real" problem with it.[...]
    Let me introduce the MSI GS60 2PC Ghost:
    - 15.6” FHD or WQHD+ (2880 x 1620)
    - dual fan thermal cooling (it seems they are starting to understand...)
    - GeForce GTX 860M
    - Super RAID (over 900MB/s)
    - 802.11ac
    - 1.96 kg with battery

    and now the "amazing" G56JR:
    - 15.6" HD (1366 x 768) or FHD
    - GeForce GTX 760M
    - 802.11 b/g/n
    - 2.7 kg with battery

    Next question ?
    Last edited by Joystick; 04-05-2014 at 02:28 PM.

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    I can also post some 3Dmark score and other benchamrks

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