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    GL702VS - gl502vs comparison

    Hey
    i have a gl502vs atm, round 5 RMA. over heating..battery discharge..the whole fiesco.

    now, ive been offered by asus to exchange it to the gl702vs 7700hq model..

    was wondering, how is it?

    does it also have huge thermal issues?

    bad battery discharge?




    would appreciate any help! tnx
    Last edited by natig1; 07-11-2017 at 08:14 AM.

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    No1 got the gl702vs? :\

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    I've been pulling up reviews of the KabyLake GL702VS and reading all of them.

    According to the reviews:
    - No*report of the battery discharge during heavy usage on AC power.
    - There are reports of GPU throttling due to thermal constraints.

    Source:

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Asus-S....207150.0.html
    http://laptopmedia.com/review/asus-r...us-rog-g752vs/

    I'm still waiting for a reply from ASUS on how they are handling the GL502VS RMA/service issue. I'm not feeling confident on their communication so far, but we'll see. If I need to I'll sell my GL502VS privately and never touch another ASUS product again.
    Last edited by SeaSpray; 07-11-2017 at 12:18 PM.

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    I would like to know this too

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    gl702vs

    I have one and have owned it for around a month. I had to undervolt and if I manually turn the fans up to 100% in the ROG app, and turn on my laptop cooling pad I keep it under 90c. It gets hot, I think that is normal and to be expected from these laptops. But, I enjoy it and haven't had any issues with throttling. I believe Intel says it won't throttle under 100c, and the gpu stays a bit cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaSpray View Post
    I've been pulling up reviews of the KabyLake GL702VS and reading all of them.

    According to the reviews:
    - No*report of the battery discharge during heavy usage on AC power.
    - There are reports of GPU throttling due to thermal constraints.

    Source:

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Asus-S....207150.0.html
    http://laptopmedia.com/review/asus-r...us-rog-g752vs/

    I'm still waiting for a reply from ASUS on how they are handling the GL502VS RMA/service issue. I'm not feeling confident on their communication so far, but we'll see. If I need to I'll sell my GL502VS privately and never touch another ASUS product again.
    yeah i found them as well..problem is..not enough info on it. ive also found other reviews saying its fine, and that with turbo boost off, or cooling pad, temps stay low.. so i guess it can go either way

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEFFJWNZ View Post
    I have one and have owned it for around a month. I had to undervolt and if I manually turn the fans up to 100% in the ROG app, and turn on my laptop cooling pad I keep it under 90c. It gets hot, I think that is normal and to be expected from these laptops. But, I enjoy it and haven't had any issues with throttling. I believe Intel says it won't throttle under 100c, and the gpu stays a bit cooler.
    how is it without undervolting? temps get too high?

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