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    ROG Guru: Gold Belt Array Clintlgm PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)Asus G752VY DH72
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    ProcessorI7 4790K
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    yes Xtopic is thinking November 1, 2015 for the G752VY DH 72 models
    G752VY-DH72 Win 10 Pro
    512 GB M.2 Samsung 960 Pro
    1 TB Samsung 850 pro 2.5 format
    980m GTX 4 GB
    32GB DDR 4 Standard RAM

    Z97 PRO WiFi I7 4790K
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    The manual I read only showed what appeared to be a single M.2 slot, unless they are side-by-side in the vertical plane, in which case one would be hidden by the other.
    My Current Addiction: Asus G73SW i7

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    ^ I use this system as a mobile DAW, 3D graphic studio, and for other stuff.

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    I am specifically looking for the Asus G752VY-RH71 model with GTX 980M and 16GB with 128GB SSD. But if I have to pony up more cash for the Asus G752VY-DH72 I will

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    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array toronto699 PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)G752-VY-DH78K , G751-JYDH72X
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    Memory (part number)32GB
    Graphics Card #1Asus Gold20th GTX980Ti
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    Monitor3 Acer K272HL
    Storage #1118 GB/OS
    Storage #22.72 TB
    CPU CoolerIntegrated Liquid-Cooled CPU
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    Power SupplyAsus 700 Watt
    Keyboard Razer BlackWidow Ultimate
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    Clintlgm I talked with Xtopic today also to see what I could add to G752VY-DH78K. they do expect G752 on Nov 1st they told me.
    its a free chat with a tech @Xtopic if anyone is interested , just go to their web page
    http://www.xoticpc.com/
    hievolution has chat with a tech , that's where I bought my G751
    https://www.hidevolution.com/?main_p...stimonials_add
    Last edited by toronto699; 10-19-2015 at 10:10 PM.

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    NCIX got back to me. They will have stock just before November they claim. Hoping my local computer parts shop will have them within a week after that.

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    I have a G55 and loved ASUS, but the new 752 line is a real let down for me. Why on earth would anyone buy these when you can get the MSI for the same price with a desktop CPU and a GTX 980, the full version of this card! This isn't even on the same level anymore. The top of the line g752 compared to the titan is a joke. The titan has dual 980's in sli and once again that's not the mobile version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozeor View Post
    I have a G55 and loved ASUS, but the new 752 line is a real let down for me. Why on earth would anyone buy these when you can get the MSI for the same price with a desktop CPU and a GTX 980, the full version of this card! This isn't even on the same level anymore. The top of the line g752 compared to the titan is a joke. The titan has dual 980's in sli and once again that's not the mobile version.
    What model MSI are you considering?
    My Current Addiction: Asus G73SW i7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banshee View Post
    The G752 looks fabulous. I would get mine with at least 32 GB RAM, but have a question about the SSD.

    It's listed as "NVME SSD", which is confusing to me. Does this mean it is soldered to the motherboard PCI bus? Is it an actual SSD that could be removed and upgraded? Is 512 GB the biggest available? I can't seem to find a user manual yet, or else that would probably answer my questions.

    My current G73 has 3 hard drives inside, and I need even more space, so any SSD less than 1 TB would be too small; hence my reasoning for wanting to upgrade it.
    Hi Banshee,
    Good choice for the Upgrade.
    NVMe (
    Non-Volatile Memory Express) is new gen tech, NVMe controllers utilizes the PCIe interface.
    Here's a couple of sites about this new gen tech>>>> wikipedia.org/NVM_Express >>>
    nvmexpress.org

    Good luck, and good gaming!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banshee View Post
    What model MSI are you considering?
    So I studied the MSI Titan GT80. Don't misunderstand, it does not have a Titan GPU inside. But it appears to have two GTX 980s inside, running in SLI. For the things I do, two GTX 980s would be awesome, however I don't need SLI. In fact, for some rendering tasks, SLI would be slower than two separate Nvidia GPUs runing in "normal" mode. So to go MSI, I would have to be able to disable SLI.

    Also interesting is the use of RAID 0 in the GT80, with apparently up to 4 SSDs. Personally, I would not need RAID in a laptop, so I would possibly rather disable it so as to have 4 separate drives which I could then configure as I needed.

    This seems to be a very thick machine, which would be okay by me because it's power that I want. But the MSI site says it's still using a Generation 4 i7 processor. The G752, by comparison, will have the Generation 6 Skylake processor. If I'm spending more than $2500 on a laptop, I would want the Skylake processor. I suspect that MSI will release an updated version of the GT80 this year, so it may be worthwhile to wait and compare it to the Asus G752.

    My biggest concerns are heat, noise, and the number of units that fail within a few months. I saw more than a few feedback items on Newegg that give me concern about the failure rate.
    My Current Addiction: Asus G73SW i7

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    ^ I use this system as a mobile DAW, 3D graphic studio, and for other stuff.

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    The new MSI's all use skylake CPU, if the sli 980 is to much for you, then consider the GT72S 6QF Dragon Edition 29th Anniversary Edition which is a single 980 and smaller, thinner and better form factor. Make sure you are looking at the 29th anniversary ones, they are coming out in a few weeks and spec wise, blow anything ASUS out of the water. I hate to say it, because I'm currently typing from my G55, but specs don't lie.

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