ASUS ROG STRIX GL502VS - i7-7700HQ, 16GB DDR4, 256GB M.2 + 1TB HDD, GTX 1070, GSync @ box.co.uk
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ASUS ROG STRIX GL502VS - i7-7700HQ, 16GB DDR4, 256GB M.2 + 1TB HDD, GTX 1070, GSync @ box.co.uk

£1,399.97Box.co.uk Deals
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Found 22nd Feb
Looks like a pretty decent deal if you're in the market for a high spec gaming laptop :)Shame the screens not 120hz but you can't have it all I guess...

  • Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor
  • 15.6" Full HD Screen
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 256GB M.2 SSD + 1000GB HDD
  • Dedicated GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Graphics
  • NVidia G-SYNC & VR Ready
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At this price and with these components I would expect a 120hz screen
Bruno.Harris43 m ago

At this price and with these components I would expect a 120hz screen


link one at that price with a 120hz screen then..............................................
this one is similar price when you take off the 10% credit back to account with VERY (yes I know not everyones favourite shop)
By entering MMALY in the promo code box at checkout your item will be put on 12 months Buy Now Pay Later automatically. We’ll then credit 10% of the item price back to your account by 12th April 2018 or the dispatch date,


very.co.uk/msi…prd


other items on the 10% are here very.co.uk/e/p…704
Bruno.Harris1 h, 8 m ago

At this price and with these components I would expect a 120hz screen


You'd usually be getting a 1060 at this price.
Bruno.Harris1 h, 35 m ago

At this price and with these components I would expect a 120hz screen


Not a chance at this moment in time. The cheapest at the moment with a 1070/120hz combo is £1500 +
You can get the HP omen with a 120hz panel for £1099 but that has the 1060 card.
Edited by: "addyb" 22nd Feb
Bruno.Harris2 h, 1 m ago

At this price and with these components I would expect a 120hz screen


Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the difference from 60Hz? And do you think this hardware is realistically going to produce framerates >60fps at 1080p in most modern games? I'd be surprised.
cannibalwombat1 h, 54 m ago

Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the …Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the difference from 60Hz? And do you think this hardware is realistically going to produce framerates >60fps at 1080p in most modern games? I'd be surprised.


have been spoiled by 144hz, now when looking back at 60hz it looks blurry when moving across from side to side
cannibalwombat2 h, 17 m ago

Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the …Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the difference from 60Hz? And do you think this hardware is realistically going to produce framerates >60fps at 1080p in most modern games? I'd be surprised.


This hardware is more than capable of running modern games 60fps at 1080p, it would struggle horribly with 4k though. 60Hz/120Hz is not a big thing for me but you can tell the difference in some games when dropping from 120Hz
Smeg4Brainsuk24 m ago

This hardware is more than capable of running modern games 60fps at 1080p, …This hardware is more than capable of running modern games 60fps at 1080p, it would struggle horribly with 4k though. 60Hz/120Hz is not a big thing for me but you can tell the difference in some games when dropping from 120Hz


Indeed, hence the > sign in my comment.
cannibalwombat3 h, 38 m ago

Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the …Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the difference from 60Hz? And do you think this hardware is realistically going to produce framerates >60fps at 1080p in most modern games? I'd be surprised.


I'm no expert, but this machine looks plenty capable of much higher framerates than 60fps at 1080p I'd have thought.
cannibalwombat4 h, 46 m ago

Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the …Why would you even want that necessarily? Can you genuinely tell the difference from 60Hz? And do you think this hardware is realistically going to produce framerates >60fps at 1080p in most modern games? I'd be surprised.


Although his comment is asking for something that is far and above the price quoted in this deal, the difference between 60hz and 144 hz (or 120) in this argument, is staggering.

I will always always chose framerate > resolution. It makes that much of a difference.

Have you played 60fps then dropped down to 30fps? It's like watching a stop motion video.
McNabFish8 h, 18 m ago

Although his comment is asking for something that is far and above the …Although his comment is asking for something that is far and above the price quoted in this deal, the difference between 60hz and 144 hz (or 120) in this argument, is staggering.I will always always chose framerate > resolution. It makes that much of a difference.Have you played 60fps then dropped down to 30fps? It's like watching a stop motion video.


It is wrong to compare the difference between 30-60 HZ and 60-120Hz. It's what your brain can "see". Above 60Hz the brain cannot perceive the same type of difference as in the other case. Frame rate over resolution? Come on:), the choice is usually hardware related. Also don't confuse the refresh rate with the frame rate. You can have 120 refresh rate but the frame rate lower due to HW...hence 120 useless...
schumiinq21 m ago

It is wrong to compare the difference between 30-60 HZ and 60-120Hz. It's …It is wrong to compare the difference between 30-60 HZ and 60-120Hz. It's what your brain can "see". Above 60Hz the brain cannot perceive the same type of difference as in the other case. Frame rate over resolution? Come on:), the choice is usually hardware related. Also don't confuse the refresh rate with the frame rate. You can have 120 refresh rate but the frame rate lower due to HW...hence 120 useless...


You're just nit picking here... Have you experienced the a monitor above 60hz? The difference is absolutely perceivable by your brain. Going from my Home computer, to using my partners or work computer is massive, it feels like the mouse is moving in slow motion.

For pc gaming yes, many prefer frame rate over resolution. When you're playing fps games that rely on 'twitch' movement and reaction speed, a monitor allowing you above 60hz in game to take advantage of the frame rates of your hardware can feel like an advantage in game at times. I've encountered plenty of people who have turned down their resolution to hit a certain 'hz' on their monitor to coincide with what frames their rig is putting out. It's the reason people 'overclock' their monitors too, to get those extra hz.
I use a 144hz monitor for gaming right next to another 60hz monitor, the difference is very very noticeable! the 144hz feels smooth and makes the 60hz monitor feel almost laggy
Would an external 4k monitor work at 4k resolution on this at 60fps? TIA!
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