Asus launched G73 ROG gaming laptop

Asus launches the Republic of Gamers ( ROG) G73, a laptop computer to the player who accumulates the most recent refinements in mobile computing. If this new model avoids the aesthetic "tape-catching feature of computers reserved for the game, starting with its predecessor, it still draws a U.S. stealth bomber and sports a blue light, whose discretion is the key word.

Asus G73 ROG


It therefore contains an Intel Core i7-720QM, graphics card ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 backed by 1 GB of GDDR5 memory and not less than 8 GB of RAM DDR3 1066 MHz. Storage is entrusted to two hard drives of 500 GB RAID and drive Blu-ray. Computer finally built around a Full HD screen of 17.3 inches.

The processor, a quad-heart with 6 MB cache posting a base frequency of 1.60 GHz, a frequency of 2.80 GHz Turbo and a thermal envelope (TDP) of 45W, is nothing less than the third bullet Mobile's most powerful founder of Santa Clara. The graphics card is for its flagship domain, it is clocked at 700 MHz and contains 800 units of calculation for a TDP of 50 W. It is thus roughly equivalent to an honorable Radeon HD 5770 for desktop, it would also have resumed the name, instead of playing chameleon.

 
The weight (accidentally omitted) and bulk (about 6 cm thick at the back) result of the machine make it transportable. The statement also choosy about the battery supplied and the autonomy it confers.

The Asus G73 ROG 7 runs on Windows Home Premium 64-bit.

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