Excerpt: this is the 3rd asus computer i buy in the last 5 years, I had the g73 i currently have a g74 and the one that I bought was for my dad's flight simulator saitek advance pro panel, the asus g750 Iloved the more expensive ssid hard drives, the computer turned on in just seconds, and the flight simulator runned maxed out at 35 fps, awesome.
Excerpt: I have bought DELL for many years and now that I have this ASUS, I wonder why I ever bought DELL. This ASUS is superbly designed using high quality and attractive external hardware. Excellent hardware inside as well.
Excerpt: I always buy Asus gamer grade laptops, my previous laptop was the G75VW and before that the G51JX. This laptop is powerful, has an free slot to boost your ram to 32Gigs and burns through games at high frame rates. So far I have gotten 60+ fps in Arma 3 and 70+ in The Secret World. The sound is also amazing. With volumes @ 15% it's still pretty loud through my headphones, a huge markup from the other laptops.
Summary: Build Quality: It has that quality feeling one comes to expect with equipment from the premium tier. It doesn't feel cheap at all. Outstanding. Technical: Impressive for a gaming desktop, otherworldly for a gaming laptop. Sure, there might be desktops that surpass what gaming laptops are capable of but; 1) They aren't portable 2) You'll have to assemble them yourself (which it's something some people aren't very found of) This desktop replacement, in my opinion has the...
Summary: This is an awesome machine. It looks like a stealth bomber and the hardware flies. The cooling system is one of the reasons I went with Asus over an Alienware, and it really is top notch, whisper quiet, and very efficient. The only reason I didn't rate it 5 stars is sheer volume of bloatware that Asus loaded it up with.
Summary: This is the only GTX 780 graphics card laptop with a thunderbolt port under $3000 so it is a great configuaration for what I need to do with it which is high end graphics with output to thunderbolt devices. The software is Windows 8 64 (standard not pro) so no easy downgrade option to Windows 7 which is a much more user friendly operating system.