where online can i purchase the plastic clips for which are under every key on the asus g75vw eu model.. eu model because the enter key is a " 7 shaped enter key " but regardless i believe the clips under each key are the same
I just got my G75VX yesterday. It really rocks, i recommend it highly because of its good price/performance ratio. The 670MX is the only "weak" point of the G75VX, so if you can live with that (like me), buy it.
I am very pleased with ASUS G series. I have a G53 and hadn't have any problems. GTX460M can pull almost anything but Metro on ultra. Machine is still quiet and reliable. Buy a G series and you are ready for several next years.
Don't buy this crap! A couple of years ago we bought an expensive Asus G71 gamer notebook and the screen was defect and went to repair and now it's already too slow for gaming. Now we - unfortunately - have bought this expensive new G75VW, got it today - and it is not it is not working properly! Never Asus again! Obviously Asus do not have quality control programs.
3D on a laptop, virtually useless. Optimus on a laptop, essential. Dump the 3D, keep the 'good' screen (or add a matte IPS option already), and add Optimus back in. But still not really interested until the kepler 680M is available. Cooler and faster then this rebranded old GPU.
Asus, you are offering a matte IPS screen option with your UX31 ultra book, why can't you offer the same with the more expensive G75?!?
There are just so many ways a prospective buyer can dissect, analyze, and draw conclusions without using the model. I bought the G75VW with the GTX660M card, O/C'd the graphics card somewhat, and had serendipitous results: framerates very high, GPU temps low to ay most (on my machine) 62 degrees in an intensive gaming scenario (Not running Furmark Prime etc.). The machine is elegant, the keyboard is a vast improvement over earlier models, and the HD 1080p matte screen at 17.3" is virtually unsurpassed. Price/Performance ratio, thus far, is outstanding. I'll run a series of benchmarks are post them this weekend. Best wishes to all
In general - why would one even think of integrating a fan and a dedicated graphics card to a notebook using an Ivy Bridge and a native integrated HD 4000 graphics card. If you are a hard core gamer - get at tower PC. Suugh - now we have to wait for models without dedicated graphics cars and noisy fans. The silly graphics card "only" heating up to 76degs and which in 1-2 years may trash the notebook because of melt down. I also miss a test where the dedicated graphic card and its fan has been firmly disabled/thrown out.