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    Ok, my few cents.
    Mine results are here http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10474466 score 8499
    Although I have G751JY and in fact one of the cheapest JY versions (just GTX 980m 4GB, PC 8GB RAM and 1TB HDD drive - no any SSD)... and do not ask me why I am getting 137006 score (7.5 x better than you) at Ice Storm 1.2 as I do not know.
    P.S. I also have changed display panel refresh rate from 60Hz to 100Hz (I do not have G-Sync available) and NF tools 3.2 installed. However I did not tested what are the results without NF tools.

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    Now - I have uninstalled NF tools... and upgraded the drivers to 361.75 (the previous uninstalled with DDU). Set agan 100Hz... (did NOT install NF tools) - and the result is: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10506050 better at each category then the previous one... overall score 8647
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    I tested it out with actual day to day applications not 3d mark. But the results are not good . tested my G752 to see how much faster it would render video from sony vegas 13 compared to my 6 year old desktop. With the G752 specs it should be faster than a 6 year old Dell. But it's not really.


    DELL Studio XPS 8000 from 2010 (i7 2.8 GHz 8GB of RAM GeForce GTS 240)

    SUNP0023.mov rendered to Sony mp4 took 22 min for 6:40 file

    MainConcept mp4 10 min for 6:40 file

    1280x720 7:41 Mainconcept 16:25 Sony mp4

    720x480 [2:15 minute file] 1:30 Mainconcept 1:51 Sony mp4


    Ableton Benchmark.wav 1 second per % point - 100 seconds.


    ASUS - the new G752 with 64gb of RAM i7 6820HK (2.70 GHz) turbo'd up to 3.2 with GTX 980M with 8GB GDDR5 )

    SUNP0023.mov rendered to Sony mp4 9 min for 6:40 file

    MainConcept mp4 16:30 min for 6:40 file

    1280x720 9:41 Mainconcept 5:45 Sony mp4

    720x480 [2:15 minute file] 2:15 Mainconcept 1:41 Sony mp4


    Ableton Benchmark.wav 1 second per 4% point - 25 seconds.


    Other than audio processing in ableton, if these #s are correct than the ROG G752 is no more powerful than any $500 laptop out there today. Thoughts?

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    so frustrating. I can't figure out why this laptop performs no better than one a third its price. Seriously! All that CPU GPU and RAM power amounts to not much? That can't be.

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    You are comparing a laptop to a desktop. Even operating at the same clock speed mobile parts are much weaker than desktop parts. They are designed for low power and heat. Also, is the turbo boost even kicking in? It might be processing at 2.7. And, you may have chosen a benchmark that is not well optimized for your hardware. Not all benchmarks are created equal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    You are comparing a laptop to a desktop. Even operating at the same clock speed mobile parts are much weaker than desktop parts. They are designed for low power and heat. Also, is the turbo boost even kicking in? It might be processing at 2.7. And, you may have chosen a benchmark that is not well optimized for your hardware. Not all benchmarks are created equal.
    Hmmm good point. It's an old desktop though. Just wondering if I overspent $3500 for something a $700 laptop might be able to do. But definitely do let me know if that notion is crazy and I'm out of my mind!!

    P.S. can I force turbo boost to kick in when it's not (within its own settings/without using XTU)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uprisetv View Post
    Hmmm good point. It's an old desktop though. Just wondering if I overspent $3500 for something a $700 laptop might be able to do. But definitely do let me know if that notion is crazy and I'm out of my mind!!

    P.S. can I force turbo boost to kick in when it's not (within its own settings/without using XTU)?
    If you are using productivity applications that aren't GPU accelerated then a gaming laptop is going to be overkill. A lot of the cost in a gaming laptop is for the GPU and everything that supports that GPU (engineering, power, cooling, etc). There are business machines available with similar CPU performance so the up-sell is almost entirely graphics performance.

    If you do in fact use it for gaming as well then you won't find a huge price discrepancy between machines of similar gaming performance. I did manage to get a "scratch & dent" gaming laptop from another manufacturer for not much more than $700 but it was used and a generation old. If I wanted a similarly spec'd machine brand new it would have been much more expensive.

    Regarding turbo boost, it's an automatic intelligent function. The simple example is for single-threaded tasks where the rest of the CPU is unused the CPU can overclock since all of the cores together are using less power and generating less heat. If all of the cores are being used then it won't boost because their collective power and heat is close to the CPU's ceiling. Actual thresholds and boost amounts are based on power and TDP:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Turbo_Boost

    The easiest way to ensure that your CPU uses maximum boost is to limit background processes taking CPU cycles and to keep the CPU cool.
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    OK, just an update.
    This is from a new G752VY DH72.
    My first one got sent in on an exchange because the VBIOS had issues after farting around with it.

    Just finished getting everything installed, did not update BIOS, this is version 206. Also did not Update VBIOS with the newer version on the support page. Out of the box, lastest Nvidia drivers fro last week with slider to performance. Nothing else tweaked out. Havent gone though the services and processes yet. Last machine was in the 8300 range out of the box for firestrike and tanked the rest with icestorm being pretty horrendous. I figured it just wasn't getting the GPU out of idle. Big difference in the score, no OC or driver tweaks.

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10627274

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    Have you checked your settings? It looks like Sony Vegas 13 does support GPU acceleration, you may have to turn it on manually?

    http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/...n_vegas_pro_11

    EDIT: Also your scores are different by a large margin, showing the Asus is far superior:

    DELL: SUNP0023.mov rendered to Sony mp4 took 22 min for 6:40 file
    ASUS: SUNP0023.mov rendered to Sony mp4 9 min for 6:40 file

    DELL: 1280x720 7:41 Mainconcept 16:25 Sony mp4
    ASUS: 1280x720 9:41 Mainconcept 5:45 Sony mp4

    DELL: Ableton Benchmark.wav 1 second per % point - 100 seconds.
    ASUS: Ableton Benchmark.wav 1 second per 4% point - 25 seconds.

    The other two don't show any improvement, but I don't know how those are ran. I have never ran Sony Vegas before, but just from your own simple time benchmarks, I see a huge improvement from the Dell to the Asus. Some of those times are cut down by 75%. This is larger then I would expect when you are going from an i7 to an i7, even with a couple generations difference. I would say there is definitely a big difference. Something that took you 22mins before, now takes you 9mins, and something that used to take 16mins, now takes 5-6mins. If you were to render something larger, the difference would just be magnified that much more. I definitely see an improvement. A bigger one that I would expect anyway. That XPS is no slouch if it is also an i7.

    I would definitely make sure GPU acceleration is enabled. A 980m should be able to walk circles around a GTS 240.
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    Same issue but worse !! I I have G752VY Scores are so low !!

    Same issue but worse !! I I have G752VY bought it from pro-star. My laptop scores are so bad !
    NOTE* that my laptop has Gtx980m 4g and Intel core i7 6700HQ !!

    Firestrike 3d Benchmark : 7,567 !!

    Graphic score : 8.532

    and Physics score : 8.966

    That's so ridiculously low compare to other GTX980M laptops

    I honestly don't recommend this G752vy to anyone.

    I paid 2300$ For this. such a disappointment !! *</3*

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