ASUS ROG G752
But at least you can rest assured knowing that the ROG G752 has more than enough grunt to overcome all the strenuous tasks and workloads that you might throw at it, considering that our two-week stint with it was nothing short of smooth sailing.
Our trouble-free experience with the ROG G752 was made even more enjoyable by its red backlit keyboard which, frankly speaking, is easily one of the best notebook keyboards we've ever used. It has plenty of travel (up to 2.5mm, ASUS confirms), substantial levels of feedback, and it feels really dense and meaty to type on – which are all plus points in our books. If you're more of a diehard gamer than a serious typist, you'll probably be more appreciative of its 30-key rollover instead.
As for the benchmark numbers, the ROG G752 managed to earn a score of 6,645 for PCMark 8's Creative benchmark, 4,693 for the Home benchmark, and 5,393 for the Work benchmark. The GTX 980M residing within the ROG G752 definitely didn't disappoint, as it managed to obtain impressive scores of 8,327, 2,271, and 4,327 for 3DMark's Fire Strike, Fire Strike Extreme, and Fire Strike Ultra benchmarks, respectively. It did pretty well in the Unigine Heaven benchmark too, judging from the way it performed on the Extreme preset and in Full HD resolution with an average frame rate of 44.9 fps.
The ROG G752 likewise had little trouble running games such as Far Cry 4, Fallout 4, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Rise of the Tomb Raider, even though they were each running at their highest possible graphics setting. Out of the four titles, it was Fallout 4 that ran the smoothest, with an average frame rate of 63.8 fps. Far Cry 4 tailed closely behind with an average frame rate of 60.1 fps, while Rise of the Tomb Raider came in third with an average frame rate of 56.8 fps. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt gave the ROG G752 a good workout, as it squeezed out an average frame rate of 40 fps.
Above the keyboard are a row of customizable macro keys. CONCLUSION