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ASUS ROG G750 Series G750JX-DB71 Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7 4700HQ (2.40GHz) 16GB Memory 1TB HDD 256GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770M 3GB GDDR5 17.3" Windows 8 64-Bit

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770M 3GB GDDR5
  • 4th Generation Intel Core i7 4700HQ (2.40 GHz)
  • 16 GB Memory 1 TB HDD 256 GB SSD
  • 17.3" 1920 x 1080
  • DVD±R/RW

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G750JW-NH71 Stealth Fighter - Back In The Game

Inspired by the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter jet, the flowing lines and surfaces adopted on the G750 are combined with an iconic thermal design to create a dynamic and powerful stance inherited from its predecessor. This time, with a slimmer front-end body design plus aluminum solid palm rest on an ergonomic gamer-friendly inclined surface, the G750 delivers greater portability, comfort and thermal efficiency when the fighting heats up.

The Key to Gaming is Optimized Input

The G750 uses a one-piece backlit keyboard tailored to PC gaming in addition to a complete numeric keypad and isolated directional keys. Its construction assures strength and durability. allowing the keyboard to handle intensive gameplay while remaining absolutely responsive even at night with the keyboard backlighting.

G750JW-NH71 New 4th Gen Intel®
Core™ I7 Processors a Heart

Armed with the latest 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor, the G750 sets its marvels on all-new benchmarks of powerful performance that will never slow you down.

Blistering-Fast Data Transfer with Intel® Thunderbolt™

With Intel® Thunderbolt™ technology, combining PCI Express and DisplayPort in one consolidated connection and cable, the G750 delivers data and graphics at up to 10Gbps, which is roughly double the bandwidth of USB 3.0.

G750JW-NH71 Max Out Game Settings with Up to NVIDIA® GEFORCE® GTX 780M Graphics

Featuring up to NVIDIA® GEFORCE® GTX 780M graphics, the G750 delivers DirectX® 11.1 compatibility so all the latest games have the horsepower and functions that they require to perform. With 50% - 75% faster than the graphics offered by previous generation GPUs, the new components support enhanced antialiasing to sharpen textures, and are paired with massive video memory.

Wide-View Full Hd Matte Screen

Wide viewing angles of up to 140 degrees mean more directions from which to behold the spectacular visuals the G750 delivers. The screen also features an anti-glare coating to eliminate annoying reflections which helps to reduce eye strain and increase the comfort for gamers.

G750JW-NH71 Enhanced Audio with ASUS Sonicmaster and Onboard Headphone Amplifier

With the G750, your games will not only look their best, they will also sound their best. Featuring exclusive ASUS SonicMaster technology and a built-in subwoofer, every sound effect and note comes out with increased power, range, and clarity, The G750 comes with an onboard headphone amplifier which channels extra power to the headphone out so that personal sound doesn't come across flat, tinny, and uninspiring.

G750JW-NH71 Intelligent And Powerful Cooling

The G750 benefits from a legacy of ROG G Series thermal innovation, featuring dual rear-venting fans that quickly remove heat from core components and further drives the heat out from the back of the notebook. This unique thermal design not only helps to lower system temperatures, but also keeps hot air away from the user and reduces ambient noise for prolonged gaming.

G750JW-NH71 Instant On and Long Standby Time

ASUS Super Hybrid Engine II power management technology delivers two-second instant on resume from sleep mode that gets you back into the games delay-free. Enjoy up to 14 days of standby time with auto data backup should the battery drop to 5% charge. So even if you're away on vacation, your G750 will be faithfully waiting and ready to go as if you've never left.

High Speed Networking

With a Gigabit Ethernet controller, Bluetooth 4.0 support, and both Killer™ Wireless-N and 802.11ac new generation wireless options available, the G750 series is ready for the highest speed connections to ensure a smooth gaming experience.

G750JW-NH71 ASUS Webstorage - Grab it From the Cloud

The G750 Series comes with free 32GB of ASUS WebStorage cloud space for three years (valued at $49.99). With cloud-based WebStorage, easily access and share documents, photos, music and videos from any device you are on, wherever you are.

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  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Anonymous
  • 1/23/2016 4:30:26 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsSo so... Good for first 18 months

Pros: Fast and shiny, everything youd want in 2013 to play.

Cons: ASUS used really cheap CPU/GPU paste so overheating even doing lightweight rendering is now an issue. Yes the case design isn't too bad, but the crummy paste will be dry after a year. Too bad I'm too much of a brute to think I could repaste without breaking something. Doubt I'll buy ASUS laptop again... and least not without an extended plan.

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  • Mackenzie G.
  • 2/19/2015 8:42:33 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsAvoid it like the plague

Pros: Good Specs on paper. Runs notepad pretty well.

Cons: Mine had many problems out of the box: Faulty sound hardware, terrible backlight bleeding on all sides of the monitor, cd drive made a loud grinding sound, and the hard drive made clicking sounds. I sent it to Asus for repairs and when I got it back, all they had done is replace the monitor (which was in worse condition than before). I sent it back to Asus and again, only the monitor was swapped (Although it wasn't worse this time). I then sent it back a third time and they decided to send me a replacement REFURB model. So after buying this laptop brand new and dealing with incompetent support, I got a refurb model. This refurb model has a nice screen, but the drives were not in a RAID configuration and the sound hardware was still faulty (I ended up buying a USB dac to solve it). Now that I'm finally up and running I ran some benchmarks and played some games on it and I was shocked that I had gone through all this work and payed $2k for a laptop that was unable to play Dota 2 at medium settings. Most games are completely unplayable at any settings and the actual feel of the laptop inside of windows is slow to the point of being unusable. I ran it side by side with my windows 98 laptop and the windows 98 laptop would load the file structure faster and I wrote some quick programs (primarily just random number generation. Nothing so complex as to give the 98's pipeline the advantage) to stress the systems and the windows 98 laptop kept up with or beat this new, $2k laptop.

Other Thoughts: I've personally used Asus a lot in the past, My current monitor, tablet, and GPU are from Asus (I suppose my laptop is as well). I have to say, that I tried to give Asus a chance to make right on the product they sold me, and at the end of the day, I was $2k shorter and this laptop just sits under my bed now as I had to buy a different laptop (A $300 tablet that runs faster than this Asus laptop). I have since avoided Asus like the plague it is. Before getting the refurb, I tried talking to them about a refund and they told me that would not be an option. I work as a software engineer and I am in charge of all the hardware my company buys and my boss noticed that MSI's hardware is becoming predominantly what we use. I would love to give Asus a second chance, but they really goofed and don't care about the consumer enough to make it right and so I do not seeing myself purchasing from Asus again.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,
I apologize if you are experiencing slow system performance and stability issue with the laptop. In order to improve system stability and performance, please install all recommended WINDOWS Updates before using the system. We recommend using a LAN connection to speed up the update process. Also, please verify if the unit is running with the most current BIOS version and most current chipset and VGA driver. If you are accessing web applications, please verify if the laptop is within range to an established wireless router and internet service is working properly. If you need further assistance, please email me at and write down service# N150366027 on the subject line.

Thank you for choosing an ASUS product.


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  • Justin G.
  • 10/13/2014 1:01:45 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsA very nice upgrade from my old ASUS

Pros: -Fast
-Abundant storage
-Lightweight compared to my old ASUS gaming laptop
-It has been able to play all games in my Steam & Origin libraries on high-ultra settings with no problems.

Cons: -Touchpad - Not the most precise nor responsive
-Windows 8/8.1 - Not a viable choice for my gaming needs. The Metro UI is made for touch input. That was easily fixed by installing Windows 7
-Optical drive (DVD) tray feels like it is very flimsy when ejected
-The status lights on the front are extremely bright at night
-The USB ports on the right side interfere with right-handed mouse operations
-The DC jack could have been relocated to the left side and the right-side USB ports relocated to where the DC jack is currently
-No RGB backlight control for keyboard

Other Thoughts: I bought this used from a friend for $1100. Initially, I thought that was a decent deal but after doing some research, it turns out it was an amazing deal. I also formatted both drives (SSD & HDD) and installed Win 7 (I had to disable secure boot beforehand). After hours of searching, I finally got all drivers installed. I previously owned a refurbished ASUS G72GX with a 1GB GTX 260m video card that I bought in 2009. It couldn't play BF4 even on the lowest settings/resolution and my friend just so happened to be selling his G750 so it worked out well in my favor.

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  • Boulat C.
  • 9/13/2014 7:29:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsSolid performance, few design flaws

Pros: - Good graphics (for the time)
- Good HD and solid state drive
- Good RAM
- Large and bright monitor
- Backlit keys

Cons: - Heavily used keys on the keyboard fail within a year. If you're a FPS or MMORPG player, some of your WASD keys will fail and need to be replaced.
- Very bulky
- Power cord plugs in on the right side. Not very convenient for right handed people. The power cord sits right next to where I put the mouse on the table

Other Thoughts: Overall not too bade. Very good graphic, processor, and memory performance. I didn't realize the keys fail that soon - a major fault in my opinion. Even when I put graphics on high in Battlefield 4 or SWTOR, the fans don't kick on and the laptop doesn't get too hot. Overall I didn't expect a laptop of this class, caliber, and price to have such rookie flaws.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

It's great to know that you like the solid performance of the laptop besides your dissatisfaction of some of its features. Should you need further assistance, please email me at and write down service# N140935326 on the subject line.

Thank you for choosing an ASUS product.


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  • Jason E.
  • 7/24/2014 10:05:32 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsRefurb G750JX


This is the best computer for the price point, end of story. Wolfenstien New Order, max settings, no problem. With 16 GB ram and Windows 8.1 it multitasks without sweating...

Windows 8 is a great operating system, its faster than 7 and if you add a start button with Classic shell you'll never know the difference. Learn what it can do and love it!

Cons: Touchpad... This has an Elan touchpad, if the computer wasn't so great i would tell everyone to run from it for that reason. I'm a technical report writer, the TP options are pathetic from ASUS.

Spent hours on a fix for that.

I've posted a how to discussion on the ASUS ROG forum... If you have any issues, go there and it will explain how to change reg settings without having them reset 25 seconds later... Very annoying.

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  • Jake E.
  • 6/5/2014 1:26:33 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsI like it

Pros: Nice screen size. Nice resolution. great specs. Got it at a good price ($1500). I can't stress enough how great the specs are.

Cons: Battery life is a bit short (Like 2 and half hours or 3 hours) but I feel that that is to be expected of a laptop that consumes this much power. Still, it seems like they could've made the battery bigger.

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  • Alexis M.
  • 5/8/2014 1:43:00 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsBad

Pros: Awesome big screen
Came with windows 8 but also with a windows 8.1 upgrade for free
Awesome graphics card Nvidia 770M, almost the highest one they have, intel i7 processor
Handled all of my VM's
Handles the different things I have for perl,bash,ruby, and python

Cons: Freezes during boot or if I put the machine to sleep
Rarely ever saves my networks so i constantly have to tell it to re-connect to a SSID
Lags horrible when is booted
Lags when playing games which was the purpose of the machine for me
Sometimes when booting it pixilates the screen and it end up looking like a rainbow splattered on the screen and got stuck until I forcibly reboot the machine

Other Thoughts: It got me through this semester of school where I am a 4th year Computing Security student at Rochester Institute of Technology but I will be contacting newegg to request for a refund or at least credit so I can purchase a different machine because I no longer trust my education or gaming with this machine.

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  • Matthew H.
  • 4/7/2014 8:39:05 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSolid Laptop - Strange Screen Issue

Pros: - Lots of Hardware for the Price
- Boots and Runs Fast
- Excellent Graphic Performance
- Keyboard and Touchpad Worked Well
- Audio Sounded Good

Cons: - Strange Faint Grid Visible on Display
- No Windows 7 Driver Support
- Very little Windows 8.1 Driver Support
- Standard Preinstalled Bloatware
- Finish Gathers Fingerprints

Other Thoughts: More Info:

The ASUS G750JX-DB71 was one of my first stops when attempting to find the ideal gaming laptop. I liked the value as I was able to get a 770m, 16 GB of RAM, and 256 GB SSD all for less than $2000.

I ended up being disappointed by a minor issue with a faint grid being visible on the screen (it is most notable on green, purple, and gray tiles on the Start Screen).

ASUS's support was readily available and extremely helpful. They helped me send the unit back to them to attempt to fix the screen issue and sent it back to me all at no cost to me.

Unfortunately, even after sending the unit it for repair the issue persisted. Later my local Best Buy started carrying the G750 series and even the unit in their store had the same issue.

It's worth mentioning that if you're not looking for it, you might not even notice it. It definitely never interfered with any gaming, but it bothered me while doing productivity work.

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  • Carl C.
  • 3/6/2014 7:57:24 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsDecent gamming laptop.

Pros: -Awesome design
-Easy to grip due to rubber coating
-Super quiet
-4 USB 3.0 ports
-Back-lit keyboard(one of the main reason I bought it)
-17in screen
-Low heat
-Its an Asus
-Surprisingly long battery(despite the con listed below)
-Nice compact battery. Can pack extras if I need to without it taking up to much space.
-Full length keyboard. I missed the number pad on my other laptop.
-Boots up under 10sec. 6sec without the BIOS and encryption password enabled.
-Good size SSD drive

Cons: Sometimes lags while playing Thief. Have not tried any other games yet.
-5400 rpm HDD(you would think that paying $1800 would get you a faster hard drive)
-For some reason Asus decided to not only partition the 2nd 1TB HDD into 2 500GB(460 and some change after formatting) but also partitioned the primary 256 SSD. Not a big deal just had to delete the partitions and extend the two main volumes with a little set aside for backups.
-Batter does not fully charge. For some reason it dose not charge over 86%. This is not much of an issue because it lasts around 4-6 hours depending on what Im doing.(gaming vs checking emails and surfing the web)
-Windows 8. I much rather stick to Windows 7 but decided to stick it out with Win 8. Who knows it might grow on me.
-No driver/Windows 8 disk. So if something were to happen (like a drive failure) and you dont have a backup(shame on you) you would have to load Win 7.
-Its not as speedy as would have thought. Maybe this is due to me having the OS on the SSD and everything else on the HDD. Will have to test this out when I replace the HDD with a SSD or at least 7200 rpm drive.
-The CD drive arm feels really cheap when open.

Other Thoughts: I am an Asus fanboy and wanted a gaming laptop so I went strait for the G750 series. I weighed the pros and cons for the JX and the JH and decided that an additional $500 for 8GB of ram, 1GB of video ram and two raided 128GB SSD was not worth it. I rated this 3 stars do to the lag of the game play. Some might think that this is a harsh rating but this should not be an issue for a gaming machine that I spent $1800 on. Overall I am vary happy with this machine, I would buy it again and would defiantly recommend to a friend despite the cons.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Bryan,

Thank you for the positive review you have provided with the laptop. I do understand your concern regarding WINDOWS 8 and an availability of the recovery disc in the event the hardrive crashed and WINDOWS needs to be re-install from scratch. Please try to install all recommended WINDOW Update and upgrade to WINDOWS 8.1 in order to improve system stability and performance. In regards to the recovery disc, you can create your own backup copy or image of the system using the DVD drive. If you need further assistance, please email me at and write down service# 3564560 on the subject line.


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  • Brian O.
  • 3/1/2014 6:16:26 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: -Fast boot: less than a couple seconds from power to log in.

-RAM configuring in a 4x4 set up: I've rarely seen laptops offering more than 2 DIMM sockets.

-Incredible graphics quality: there has yet to be a game that I've installed that isn't smooth. No micro-stutters, no fps loss.

-Expansion slot: can add another SSD/HDD. A mirrored SSD would be ridiculous.

-Thunderbolt: This pretty much speaks for itself, it's kind of a sexy port to have.

Cons: -Partitions: Out of box, the SSD has partitions of 20/95/120, and the HDD with 465.5/465.6. I can maybe understand the necessity behind the HDD being broken up like that, but I'm just not able to wrap my head around the 95 (OS)/120 (storage). I could understand if there was a second OS, but this still baffles me a bit.

-Size/Weight: This one seems to be everyone's gripe. She's heavy. She's big. Really big. So much so that I can't fit her in my old pack, a Swiss Gear, unless I abstain from padded slot and use the space between where it's wider and more susceptible to damage. It's almost comically big, but it's got nice lines. Also, I want to point out, this is a desktop replacement/work go-between; my job necessitated mobility, but I wanted something that I could still game on without loss. So the size really isn't worth the loss of an egg.

-Mouse Pad: Seemed a little sluggish when first being used. Noticed a stutter as I was dragging it across the screen. After upgrading to 8.1, it seemed to stabilize for a while, but then decided it wanted to do what it wanted. Quick driver update fixes this.

Other Thoughts: -McAfee: Prefacing this one, I laughed a bit, but I'm still in a state of confusion. So, out of the box, it comes with a McAfee trial; every laptop comes with an AV trial, either Norton or McAfee or something. This isn't unusual, I figure I'd kill it as I was downloading whatever and use my preferred security.

I update to 8.1, however, and McAfee is gone. Doesn't boot with the OS, doesn't show up on the Programs and Features list, and it isn't listed under installed Apps. Nada. The only thing I get that even mentions a whiff of it, a day or two after upgrading to 8.1, I get a mention across the Start screen about McAfee being unable to start and "go to the Windows Store to search for something else."

-Windows 8: Okay, I know what you're thinking I'm going to say, but it's not the case. A lot of people have complained about 8, but none of those complaints actually have any wind behind them. The problem is it's that new, it's different, and people hate change.

It's faster than 7, uses less resources than 7, and by upgrading to 8.1, fixes a ton of issues that the OS has had since launch. Does it still have some problems, sure it does. However, so has every other OS; none of them were perfect, especially any Windows OS, because they're Windows!

This is the current industry standard; either adapt or live in a dream world where you can fish XP and 7 activation keys out of the cold ocean waters.

All in all, this is a great machine. The cons, in my opinion, are nominal to minor at best. Anyone with any competence in tech can handle them/fix them with little trouble. I definitely recommend this deck.

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