ASUS has officially unveiled the gaming laptop ASUS ROG GX800 prototype which was first shown at Computex 2016. Novelty is equipped with two graphics cards GeForce GTX 1080, 18-inch display with a resolution of UHD / 4K and support for Nvidia G-Sync, and its main feature is a plug-in liquid cooling system.
ASUS ROG GX800 features a Quad-core Intel Core i7-6820HK with an operating frequency of 2.7 to 3.6 GHz in Turbo Boost mode, 64 GB of RAM DDR4-2800 and three SSDs format M. 2, RAID 0. For graphics processing meets a pair of graphics cards Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080, operating at a frequency of from 1556 until 1733 MHz dynamic overclocking.
When connecting an external liquid cooling system called Hydro Overclocking System mode is activated automatic overclocking, increasing the CPU frequency to 4.2 GHz with this graphics cards can be overclocked to 1961 MHz. According to the manufacturer, in overclocked condition ASUS ROG GX800is gaining more than 10 thousand parrots in 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra. At the same time, without connecting DLC all system components operate in the nominal mode and cooled by two built-in “turbine”.
Dimensions of ASUS ROG GX800 be 458х338х454 mm, and the outer DLC Hydro Overclocking System – 359х418х133 mm. weight of the laptop and the docking station is equal to 5.7 and 4.8 pounds respectively. The system is powered from two external power adapters 330 watts each. Among other features of the laptop, it is worth noting a mechanical keyboard MechTAG with stroke key 2.5 mm RGB led-backlit ASUS Aura.
Estimated cost and release date of ASUS ROG GX800 at the moment not been announced. More detailed specifications of portable “monster” available on the link.