out of stock [eBay Plus] ASUS ROG Strix Scar II GL504GS-ES062T 15.6'' 144hz i7-8750H GTX1070 Laptop $1784.15 Delivered @ Wireless 1 eBay

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Full Specifications
GL504GS-ES062TModel
NewCondition
Intel® Core™ i7-8750HProcessor
Windows 10Operating System
15.6-inch Full HD IPS-level panel, 144Hz, 3msScreen
16GB DDR4 2666MHz RAMMemory
256GB SSD+1T HDDHard Drive
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 VRAMGraphics
NOOptical Drive
YESCamera
802.11ac 2*2

Bluetooth 5.0 (*BT version may change with OS upgrades.)

Networking
YesBluetooth
YESCard Reader
1x USB 3.1 Gen 2(Type-C)

2x USB3.1 Gen 1

1x USB 3.1 Gen 2

1x mDP 1.2

1x HDMI 2.0b

1x RJ-45 Jack

1x SD card reader

1x 3.5mm headphone and microphone combo jack

1x Kensington lock

Ports
66Whrs 4-cell Li-ionBattery
BlackColor
36.1(W) x 26.2(D) x 2.61 ~ 2.61(H) cmDimensions
2.4kgDisplay Weight
1 Year Warranty

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Comments

  • -3 votes

    I would get this
    Acer Predator Helios 300 15.6in FHD i7-9750H GTX 1660Ti 16GB 512GB Laptop
    For about ~$100 more.

    • +2 votes

      yeah but the 144hz screen on the ROG is nice though

    • +4 votes

      since when was 1660TI better than GTX1070?

      • +1 vote

        The mobile version are neck to neck but Acer has the i7-9750.

        Also the 2019 version has really good cooling.

        • +1 vote

          Nothing wrong with the 2018, SCAR II version. I have my 8750h undervolted to -110mv and RTX 2060 overclocked +150mhz, max temps i've ever noticed in-game is around about 82C on the CPU and 75C on the GPU. This is with the stock thermal paste too.

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    It's only ips level screen not real IPS, right?

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    Hey not a bad deal!

    But im broke AF

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    Also $1799 at wireless1 website with the code 300OFF

  • +2 votes

    I own the SCAR II variant with the 8750h and RTX2060. By default mine came with a single channel 16gb RAM stick, just like this model will have. If buying this, i would strongly recommend a dual channel RAM upgrade as my FPS in games are noticeably improved. I got my 8GB 2666MHZ DDR4 SODIMM for $50 a couple of months ago so it's a no-brainer upgrade for not much more expense.

    • -5 votes

      If buying this, i would strongly recommend a dual channel RAM upgrade

      So that does about nothing for desktops. I doubt it's any different for mobile hardware.

      • +5 votes

        It actually makes a huge difference on this machine and most similar laptops.

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        No, i haven't properly benchmarked the difference in performance but i could easily notice a decent 12(ish) fps gain on average in Forza Horizon 4. Some games fare better with dual channel RAM, others not so.

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        This is wrong on many levels. As long as the motherboard supports dual channel, you effectively gain double the bandwidth on the ram channels. Running 1x16gb at 2666mhz on one channel compared to 2x8gb at 2666mhz across 2 channels is a no brainer

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            @Samowol: Explain what in particular? You've linked to a video 15 mins long? I see many comments on the video recommending to purchase separate dimms?If it's that this model does not have dual channel RAM then yes, it makes no difference if they're running off the one channel.

            I'm responding to the general statement that Diji1 made that it makes no difference for desktop or laptop hardware. That couldn't be further from the truth. Run 1 dimm at 2666mhz compared to running 2 dimms on separate channels, both capable of giving you 2666mhz and doubling the bandwidth is a non-argument. It may not make much difference in specific use cases, but in a general case, utilising both channels is recommended.

            Hence why we often see RAM kits with 2 separate dimms.

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        This might have been true a decade ago. Today though your ram configuration can make a huge difference, expect to get trash 1% low performance and bottlenecking if you put slow ram in a gaming pc

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    For around +$100 I got and Legion Y540 with:

    9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H (6C / 12T, 2.6 / 4.5GHz, 12MB)
    2x 8GB DDR4-2666 up to 32GB
    512GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe
    15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 250nits Anti-glare, 60Hz
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6
    11ac, 2x2 + BT4.2
    2y on-site

    All the other gaming laptops are a pain in the a** to upgrade memory, NVMe, bad cooling system, bad performance with games.
    Before buying it, check reviews, upgrade, cooling system, etc.
    The Legion with undervolt, is running games in ultra, under 80c. Some users around 77c, and fps way above 60. Some games start with 80, 100, 150fps.