Asus is back with another monster to baffle you with the kind of world-class gaming experience it gives. Scratch “world-class”, it is “galaxy-class”. Or maybe “universe-class”. Okay, somebody needs to stop me from jumping or this article is going to be one big mess.
The Republic of Gamers maintains its consistency by giving this model the same monstrous build with a matte, rubber-coated plastic casing and an extensively vibrant 17.3 inch full HD screen. And for all the heavy gaming comes a rather heavy laptop (weighing almost 9 lbs), but that doesn’t make you NOT want it when you look at other features. Trust me, you might just forget the weight thing as you move further. Unless you decide to read this thing again.
Connectivity & Communication
There hasn’t been any significant alteration in terms of the number of ports, but the DVD drive has been replaced by a Blu-Ray drive. A Thunderbolt port has been installed making it possible for the G750JS to accommodate external graphic cards if the future makes it possible.
Also, a major change is the “Bigfoot Networks Killer Wireless 1202” Wi-Fi adapter. Though it doesn’t offer a very high transmission rate (300 Mbit/s) as compared to the former model, it has this excellent feature called “Advanced Stream Detection”, which implies that the driver has been specifically designed for gaming and streaming purposes. So. Much. Gaming. Is it just me or are all of you puking rainbows?
Power, Performance & Processor
The G750JS sports an Intel Core i7-4700HQ with a clock speed of 2.4 GHz, and this can vary between 3.2 GHz in Turbo Boost mode and 800 MHz in energy-saving mode in quad-core operation. The system has an integrated Intel HD 4600 graphics card that is active to make it possible to switch between the dedicated and the internal graphics cards. Displaying a perfect blend of SSD hard drive, a high-end graphics card and CPU, G750JS swiftly succeeds in impressing anyone who glances at these features.
G750JS has two hard drives, as already mentioned. The SSD has been partitioned into two – a 100 GB drive for the system and a 120 GB data drive. The other is the 1.5 TB HDD with an access time of something over 16 ms.
Since you are reading the article on the BEST gaming laptop, the graphics card has to be an undoubtedly majestic work of art. The Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 870M is a high-end, premium graphics card. Based on Nvidia’s Kepler architecture, having a 3 GB of dedicated memory and with the core clock overclocked to 981-1000 MHz, Asus stands tall with the title rightly given to its G750JS model. The Republic of Gamers sure as hell knows how to keep its citizens happy.
If you are still reading this and if at all I’ve not bored you already, you definitely are a hard-core gamer. Or maybe, you just love me. Anyway, you must be well aware of the desperate need for a good temperature controlling system when you are a gamer. And hey, hey, here we are dealing with the best gaming laptop, aren’t we? Asus has been providing one of the best waste heat circulation and dissipation with its dual system fans. The laptop fails to cross even 30 degree Celsius when idle, and a temperature over 40 degree Celsius was recorded not more than twice. Though it can reach a temperature of about 52 degree Celsius when connected to the power supply, and hence shouldn’t be kept covered.
One can expect that the battery is going to drain almost exponentially with time for such a high-end machine but, spoiler alert, G750JS has an idle runtime of 10 big, fat hours! But then, who wants a good runtime for an idle laptop. It is idle, anyway. Tell me about the Wi-Fi test. Yay, we passed that too! Asus offers a good 5.5 hours in the Wi-Fi test as well. Here comes the savior of the gaming world. Batman does exist.
So, if this feels like the closest thing to heaven for all you hard-core worshippers of the gaming world, go buy this ASAP. Because it’s soon going to be illegalized for the kind of awesome sauce it is!