This year has been the year of badassery: we got the GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080, and VR is starting to make huge strides in both the gaming and entertainment world with finalized headsets. Today, we are excited to announce the release of new mobile GPUs utilizing Pascal!  The Pascal architecture introduces a new era of notebook gaming with performance almost rivaling NVIDIA’s GTX 10-series desktop GPUs. These new GPUs will not have “M” designation at the end of their names: you will be able to get unprecedented and unrestricted performance in a portable chassis you can easily take with you, wherever you go.


Right now, ASUS is launching the G752VS: one of the first ROG gaming notebooks to feature Pascal graphics. It comes equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU with 8GB of GDDR5 memory, an overclocked Intel quad-core i7 processor, and 64GB of overclocked DDR4-2400 RAM. The notebook is equipped with its own separate coolers, a 3D vapor chamber and dust channel so you don’t experience overheating and decreased performance. To sweeten the pot, you’ll also have up to a 512GB NVMe SSD for quick loading times, and a 1TB HDD to fit all of your AAA titles on this beast.


The G752VS plays most games with maximum in-game details. This machine will not struggle with the maximum refresh rate of 75Hz, which, in turn, means that if you are in a competitive match in Overwatch or in CS:GO, you’ll be able to run it smoothly without any tearing, thanks to G-Sync. If you’re opting for a single-player experience, playing DOOM on this bad boy is incredible: you can have every single graphic setting on “Ultra” settings at the native resolution and still maintain 75FPS without it ever faltering while you’re glory-killing the Possessed. Below is a chart of our benchmark of DOOM with V-sync turned off and G-Sync enabled.


Another awesome thing about the G752VS with Pascal graphics is that it is one of the first notebooks that easily exceeds the necessary specs to run VR. The Oculus Rift, for example, requires a minimum of a GTX 970 with an Intel Core i5 processor and at least 8GB of RAM. With the G752VS, you easily meet those requirements and more. You’ll enjoy a seamless, realistic experience without being confined to your desktop at homeand bring the VR experience with you wherever you go. With games like Lucky’s Tale, you’ll stay at a constant 90 FPS during your quest to find your pig friend, and with Project Cars, you’ll have an immersive experience with clear, realistic detail while on the track.

The Oculus Rift headset is tested by attendees at the Eurogamer Expo at Earls Court in London.

The G752 can be your first step into joining the republic! Check out our G752 product page for more information! Also, if you want to grab more information regarding the G752VS or which mobile pascal notebook you should grab, take a look at EdgeUp’s “What Pascal Notebook should I buy” article and our hands-on experience with the G752VS OC edition here!