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As if some of you were on the fence about the Vive and Octopus Rift, here's StarVR from Starbreeze, a competitor to those others, being supported by Asus. Price? Dunno, don't care, I'm not buying VR. some specs? 210° Field of View Fresnel Lenses Dual 5.5" Quad HD Panels Position tracking
Not sure if anyone here was interested in knowing or even cared to know that the ASUS G752 series is pretty beastly and the top-end model is running Star Citizen very well in its current state. If anyone was like me and felt that a gaming laptop would prove more convenient, but didn't know how it would handle Star Citizen, well here's your answer. I got the G752VY-DH78K model and ran the Universe ranging between 24-40 FPS on Max settings. Now I know that's not the greatest FPS range ever, but that's excellent for Max settings. I'll list the specs and details here: ASUS G752VY-DH78K Intel Core i7 6820HK / 2.7Ghz (turbo up to 3.6) 64GB DDR4 SDRAM / 2133MHz nVidia GeForce GTX 980M / 8GB GDDR5 17.3" Full HD IPS LED display with nVidia G-Sync 2x 256GB SSD + 1TB 7200RPM HDD Those are the basic specs for the Laptop. There are more in the series, but this is the highest-end one. Full specs below: http://www.cnet.com/products/asus-rog-g752vy-dh78k-17-3-core-i7-6820hk-windows-10-home-64-bit-edition-64-gb-ram-512-gb-ssd-plus-1-tb-hdd/specs/ Like I said, game ran on this thing at about 24-40 FPS (fluctuating depending on the area I was in and what was going on) on the highest graphics option running at 1900x1080. Again, I'm not sure if anyone actually cared to know, but here's that info for you guys. If anyone was still looking for something portable to run the game though, we have our weapon here now.
I would love some thoughts of the mouse and keyboard. I love my Logitech G602, but it's already feeling old and some good features like scroll wheel unlock, etc. Keyboard is just a standard cheap walmart Microsoft keyboard but it works fine, just really like the ROG Keyboard
Hey folks! As some of you might remember/know I will move to Japan this coming spring. So I have some things I intend to get rid off. Including my two(2) ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q's. I thought I might as well try to sell them here as well! If you want to buy a monitor the price is €650(Euro) each which includes shipping costs within Europe! I have a verified paypal account and if you are interested then let me know! These monitors are on sale on other media as well so if you are interested then let me know ASAP and we can come to an agreement! Update: Both monitors sold!