ASUS unveil The new ROG GX700 gaming notebook, you might ask what’s new, another overbuild powerful gaming laptop, but new is, it’s freaking water-cooled and has a an unreleased GeForce GPU inside.
The ASUS ROG GX700 features a 17-inch screen with a full 4K resolution with new Intel K-series Skylake processor, and an unreleased NVIDIA GeForce GPU. The Core i7-6820HK, which runs at 2.7GHz base and Turbo boost to 3.6GHz, complemented by 64GB of DDR4 RAM inside, and the GPU, it’s an unreleased GeForce chip which has 2048 CUDA cores with 1190MHz GPU clock, 128 TMUs, 64 ROPs, and 160GB/sec of memory bandwidth. The new GPU is quite an update, for reference current GTX 980M has only 1536 CUDA cores.
For water-cooling ASUS includes an extranet docking base, which hold its water-cooling function. The GX700 has Asus traditional air cooling system which is make the ROG GX700 portable but, it runs in low frequency to be cooled. But when water-cooling base is docked, it can increase performance by as much as 80% according to ASUS. This makes The ASUS ROG GX700 have best of both world, portable when on the move and full blown water-cooled gaming system when its home.
ASUS ROG GX700 gaming notebook should available later this year but no pricing set.
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