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G75vw & nvidia gtx 680m?

jtesq
Level 7
Anyone know if or when the G5 line might come with NVIDIA's new GTX 680M card?
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bignazpwns this is just YOUR opinion and way of looking at things.

What Dreamonic said above kind of make sense.. You always have some negative comment about things and always have to mention how awesome you are at modding, overclocking etc.
But I haven't personally seen ANY of you things.. No links, no screenshots.. No nothing.

I doubt anyone is going to buy the G55, G75 and the G75VX just to do a "test"
Next thing you say is probably that someone paid you to do them as well 🙂 ???

I call bull****.
The King of the north!

rewben
Level 13
i personally treat bignaz's posts as rooms for improvements for ASUS, product wise. i know they do not sound good; but i do think negative feedback can help drive product improvements at some points. it's whether ASUS can consider them positively, or not.

a good cooling system does mean a lot to a gaming laptop, but it doesn't mean everything.

sometimes i cannot help myself but to think ASUS put in a mid-range gpu to maintain the cooling results; what if they put high-end gpu's in? can the cooling system be as cool as it is now? can it still stand as a selling point compared to other brands?

i believe ASUS produces nice products. they have their own shares of innovation. i also believe they have what it takes to produce better products in future (well, as long as they are not defective out-of-box; where i'm from there is another long standing issue that fails to remedy this; but let's not getting there first). to strive for long-term success, at this rate, it's still a long way to go.

rewben wrote:
i personally treat bignaz's posts as rooms for improvements for ASUS, product wise. i know they do not sound good; but i do think negative feedback can help drive product improvements at some points. it's whether ASUS can consider them positively, or not.

a good cooling system does mean a lot to a gaming laptop, but it doesn't mean everything.

sometimes i cannot help myself but to think ASUS put in a mid-range gpu to maintain the cooling results; what if they put high-end gpu's in? can the cooling system be as cool as it is now? can it still stand as a selling point compared to other brands?

i believe ASUS produces nice products. they have their own shares of innovation. i also believe they have what it takes to produce better products in future (well, as long as they are not defective out-of-box; where i'm from there is another long standing issue that fails to remedy this; but let's not getting there first). to strive for long-term success, at this rate, it's still a long way to go.


I fully agree with you on this. That is exactly what I have been trying to say, without giving grief to ASUS rog products. ASUS should take the time to listen to us and consider the best GPU's for their top notebooks at the time of manufacture. Otherwise Asus will loose out on a lot of customers I imagine.

Vicodin
Level 10
I love my G55, don't get me wrong. It does everything I need it to and more. BUT... if I could go back, I would of bought a Clevo P151. It would of been the same specs for the same price. The difference is, the clevo uses a standard MXM slot for the graphics card. Therefor, I could easily swap it out for a 680m down the road.

ZeroBarrier
Level 10
My opinion? Put your money where your mouth is and vote with your wallet. No company is going to take any criticism from a handful of forum posters. Companies only listen when way too much bad press is involved or it hurts their bottom line; and 2-3 people on a forum aren't going to give them any meaningful bad press.

In other news, my G75VW has been top notch. No problems with stability or heat, and when it comes time to upgrade I'll just buy a whole new notebook, no biggie. Some of you are acting like not having a 680m is the end of the world, seriously.

ZeroBarrier wrote:
My opinion? Put your money where your mouth is and vote with your wallet. No company is going to take any criticism from a handful of forum posters. Companies only listen when way too much bad press is involved or it hurts their bottom line; and 2-3 people on a forum aren't going to give them any meaningful bad press.

In other news, my G75VW has been top notch. No problems with stability or heat, and when it comes time to upgrade I'll just buy a whole new notebook, no biggie. Some of you are acting like not having a 680m is the end of the world, seriously.


Stop being part of the problem and join the Revolution.

ThatsBS wrote:
Stop being part of the problem and join the Revolution.


You complain, complain, complain and keep giving the company you complain about your money, yet I'm part of the problem?

Like my original post said, put your money where your mouth is; shut up and vote with your wallet.

Nuff said.

ZeroBarrier wrote:
You complain, complain, complain and keep giving the company you complain about your money, yet I'm part of the problem?

Like my original post said, put your money where your mouth is; shut up and vote with your wallet.

Nuff said.



Nuff said? Hmm, what latest Asus product have I bought?? obviously you would know as u quoted? I don't think so.. Anyways anyone can put up their opinion to discuss improvement aspects to design. If there is enough people saying the same thing maybe Asus will listen and change the GPU to a MXM slotted GPU. So it can be upgraded in the future.

Your quote "when it comes time to upgrade I'll just buy a whole new notebook, no biggie". -That could be a whole lot of money for some poor student who needs all he can get for every cent.

So instead of getting a new laptop, (because the GPU can't run his programs to an acceptable level) he/she will still be able to spend a fraction of the cost of a new laptop and still have his/her awesome well made Asus laptop plus a high end GPU that's needed. Instead of buying a new laptop with the required GPU, which would not be an Asus one (as they don't make them atm).

ThatsBS wrote:
Nuff said? Hmm, what latest Asus product have I bought?? obviously you would know as u quoted? I don't think so.. Anyways anyone can put up their opinion to discuss improvement aspects to design. If there is enough people saying the same thing maybe Asus will listen and change the GPU to a MXM slotted GPU. So it can be upgraded in the future.

Your quote "when it comes time to upgrade I'll just buy a whole new notebook, no biggie". -That could be a whole lot of money for some poor student who needs all he can get for every cent.

So instead of getting a new laptop, (because the GPU can't run his programs to an acceptable level) he/she will still be able to spend a fraction of the cost of a new laptop and still have his/her awesome well made Asus laptop plus a high end GPU that's needed. Instead of buying a new laptop with the required GPU, which would not be an Asus one (as they don't make them atm).


Because we all know students NEED gaming laptops with enthusiast level hardware, right? :rolleyes:

Think I'm done with this thread, starting to go from silly to down right ridiculous.

bignazpwns
Level 11
First off i dont buy them.

Secondly i'm not here to hold hands with fan boys.

And last but not least. I don't see what the problem with the G75's are. Mine has a GTX 680m in it lmfao