The power to dominate Souped-up, sleek, and spec’d to the max, the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) G752 is ready to become your unfair advantage. It’s a sight to behold with a design inspired by the clean, sharp lines of stealth fighter jets, and finished in an armor titanium and plasma copper color scheme. Under the hood it’s powered by the sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processor and combines 16GB of memory with a 128GB SSD and 1TB HDD for excellent speed and storage. There’s also a dust-release thermal fan and backlit anti-ghosting keyboard with 5 programmable macro keys and 30-key rollover for smooth control in every battle.Click to See Price
ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71 Specs
- 17.3-inch Full HD display
- Intel Core i7-6700HQ
- 16GB memory/128GB SSD + 1TB HDD
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M graphics
ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71 Features
XSplit Gamecaster account
This PC comes with a lifetime XSplit Gamecaster account for recording or streaming games. It’s simple, easy to use, and perfect for sharing your action with the world.
Blistering NVIDIA graphics
Enjoy your games at their highest settings, or play and broadcast live stream with the smooth, stutter-free performance of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M graphics.
Clean and cool
With dedicated cooling modules and a unique thermal design, the ROG G752 always stays cool and prevents internal dust build-up by directing it into an anti-dust tunnel.
Powerful Intel Core i7 processor
Faster than ever, the sixth-generation Intel Core i7 delivers striking visuals, extended battery life, and higher data transfer rates.
Anti-ghosting keys ensure your commands are instantaneously and correctly interpreted—even if you mash up to 30 keys at once.
Superior audio experience
Sonic Studio provides high-quality gaming audio, as well as improved streaming and recording for perfect voice pickup and noise reduction.
Intel Thunderbolt 3
Thunderbolt technology delivers single-cable data and signal transmission rates of up to 20Gbits/s—twice the bandwidth of USB 3.1.
The best Windows yet
Windows 10 delivers faster start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done across multiple devices.
The Microsoft difference