ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71 Review

By June 2, 2016Gaming
ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71

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#1 ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71

$969.00
#1 ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71
9.9

CPU

10.0/10

GPU

10.0/10

Storage

10.0/10

Screen Size

9.6/10

The Good

  • Memory
  • Processing
  • Presentation
  • Less Bloatware
  • Airflow

The Bad

  • Graphics Card

Memory: The ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71 comes with 16 gigabytes or GB of DDR4 RAM out of the box. Ordinarily, laptops come with half that amount, which requires customers to buy additional RAM sticks if they want to upgrade. Having this much RAM right out of the gate is incredibly rare.
Processing: The impressive CPU and GPU combination of this machine runs modern games at high settings with stable frame rates. In addition, the powerful processing capabilities of this laptop makes it ideal for other resource-intensive programs, such as streaming services or game capture software.
Presentation: With a sleek aluminum finish, responsive backlit keyboard, powerful speakers and a lightweight frame, this laptop is sure to blow you away with its impeccable design.
Less Bloatware: Complete with trials for Office, McAfee, Dropbox and a few other programs, this device is much lighter on the usual glut of redundant programs that often come stuffed into most laptops.
Airflow: What’s especially impressive about this laptop is it manages to maintain a cool core temperature with only one fan circulating air. It stays extremely cool, even during those intense gaming sessions.
Graphics Card: Occasionally, the graphics card integrated with the Core i7 processor conflicts with the dedicated Nvidia GPU. It’s only noticeable when running Windows 10, but fortunately there’s a fix available from ASUS that quickly resolves this issue.
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