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    Hi Slick8791,

    From what I was told, the launch schedule is still to be decided.

    regards,

    Quote Originally Posted by Slick8791 View Post
    Is there any official information from ASUS on IF the XG Station 2 is going to be available in North America?

    According to this article, there are no current plans to sell it in the US: http://www.laptopmag.com/articles/as...2-graphics-amp

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUS-OP View Post
    Hi BoutTime01,

    Yes, the page was getting updated, and I just found the only page received the correction was the Taiwan site. I have passed on the request for correction for Thunderbolt 3 spec on the G752VY along side the correction for G752VT.

    regards,
    Thanks for that ASUS-OP. I'm sure you can appreciate there is a lot of confusion around this.

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    Here is the topic about both models 702 and 502: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...l=1#post636075

    I checked I have PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_15c0: https://vendev.org/pci/ven_8086&dev_15c0/

    Quote Originally Posted by ASUS-OP View Post
    Hi ImDez,

    Where did you see the GL702VM say it it using JHL6240? My last reply is purely on the controller spec. GL702VM should feature 40Gbit/s controller.

    regards,
    Last edited by ImDez; 05-16-2017 at 06:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImDez View Post
    Here is the topic about both models 702 and 502: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...l=1#post636075

    I checked I have PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_15c0: https://vendev.org/pci/ven_8086&dev_15c0/
    Gents is there a difference between the 702 and 502 maybe?

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    ASUS-OP,

    And what about the other models .... ?

    G752VL / VY ? Are these able to work at 40Gbit/s ?

    Global link for G752VL states 40Gbp/s
    https://www.asus.com/Laptops/ROG-G752VL/

    US link states 20Gbp/s
    https://www.asus.com/us/Laptops/ROG-G752VL/

    This is the same for the G752VY pages, both pages differ with the Thunderbolt 3 details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUS-OP View Post
    Hi Slick8791,

    From what I was told, the launch schedule is still to be decided.

    regards,
    Thanks! At least I don't have to worry about hammering my credit card right now...

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    Did ASUS-OP stop replying in this thread due to wrong declaration that

    Quote Originally Posted by ASUS-OP View Post
    GL702VM should feature 40Gbit/s controller.
    ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUS-OP View Post
    Hi ImDez,

    Where did you see the GL702VM say it it using JHL6240? My last reply is purely on the controller spec. GL702VM should feature 40Gbit/s controller.

    regards,
    I have a GL702VM and based on all the info I could find it is using the JHL6240 half speed controller. According to my searched 15BF is the LP controller. So not all GL702VM's are ising full speed controllers. Am I wrong??

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    Edit: Just noticed someone already pointed this out.
    Last edited by U2Desire; 05-29-2017 at 04:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by U2Desire View Post
    I have a GL702VM and based on all the info I could find it is using the JHL6240 half speed controller. According to my searched 15BF is the LP controller. So not all GL702VM's are ising full speed controllers. Am I wrong??

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    Edit: Just noticed someone already pointed this out.
    It would be a joke if only it was funny. I've received two different answers from two different Asus representatives and one of the has confirmed the official Asus websites contain the wrong information.
    Quite simply Asus should only update the Thunderbolt firmware for external GPU compatibility on machines that can run an external GPU at full 40gbit/s.
    That would be the one surefire way of informing people of what hardware they have.

    Download firmware and start the install. If it's compatible it will install, if it's not it will show a message stating that the Thunderbolt port/controller is only half speed and therefore not compatible.

    Come on Asus, it's not that hard is it?

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    Hi ImDez, U2Desire, and BoutTime01,

    Actually, I am not skipping your question. Rather, I prefer not to get involved with that topic as I am working for the ASUS open platform business unit (hence the ID asusop), it will be inappropriate to continue to answer for ASUS system products when I have no good knowledge of the variance out there, and may provide incorrect info like I did a few times back in previous threads about how the integrated Nvidia GPU connects to displays and external ports in various notebooks.

    With regards to Thunderbolt 3 interface, regardless the controller used, the Thunderbolt 3 connection is always 40Gbit/s, it is only when the Thunderbolt 3 controller communicates back to the CPU will the PCIe bandwidth comes into play. Thunderbolt is an interesting interface that allow direct communication between devices in the same daisychain, hence the PCIE link speed does not really cause noticeable impact unless it needs to constantly transfer large quantity of data with the CPU.

    With regards to the Thunderbolt 3 interface, the correction requests has been sent to our system team across the entire range of products discussed in this thread, that will be
    updated soon.

    regards,

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