ASUS unveils the ROG GX800 laptop with two NVIDIA GPUs for maximum performance

ASUS announced the Republic of Gamers GX800 laptop at Computex in Taipai. Billed as the most powerful gaming laptop and the sequel to the GX700, the company has gone all out on components with two NVIDIA graphics cards installed in SLI configuration alongside the latest Intel K-SKU processor.

The processor is clocked at 4.4GHz, while the GPU runs at 1428MHz with its memory at 3.8GHz, so the laptop should be able to comfortably load up and render the latest titles with solid performance. Plugging the laptop in, the unit will have the capabilities to consume 660 watts of power. That's all achieved thanks to the Hydro Overclocking System and accompanied docking station.


Did we also mention it features a mechanical keyboard? Well, it does, alongside RGB lighting effects. We'll hopefully have more details on the GX800 shortly.

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