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P3D Performance of Asus ROG GL502VS

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Hello to you all,

I am thinking buying the new Asus ROG GL502VS laptop. I am going to run p3d with PMDG 737, 777, AS 2016, ASCA and other world ground textures. I would like to know if anyone have this laptop or any idea if thsi laptop could run p3d with the addons in high settings fluently. Thank you.

 

Specs:

  • GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB (VR Ready)
  • Intel Core i7 6700HQ (2.60 GHz)
  • 16 GB Memory 1 TB HDD(7200 RPM) 256 GB SSD (PCIe Gen3x4)
  • 15.6" G-sync Full HD 1920 x 1080

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I am no expert, but I think that CPU will be way underpowered for what you want to run...

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Are you sure it's a i7 6700HQ? Because the spec should be 3.5 ghz (turbo if I recall) - and in that case you'll be ok. Don't expect amazing results but good results.

 

Edit: ya that turbos to 3.5 ghz - you'll be ok

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Are you sure it's a i7 6700HQ? Because the spec should be 3.5 ghz (turbo if I recall) - and in that case you'll be ok. Don't expect amazing results but good results.

Edit: ya that turbos to 3.5 ghz - you'll be ok

Ok thanks. What if I build a desktop instead of buying notebook. Would i5-6600k @3.50 ghz be enough with gtx 1070 for amazing results?

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What does amazing mean to you hehe?

 

If you can overclock it to 4.5 ghz and you get a GTX 1080, SSD (m2) with 8 gb high end ram, ya it would be pretty great!

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Ok thanks. What if I build a desktop instead of buying notebook. Would i5-6600k @3.50 ghz be enough with gtx 1070 for amazing results?

 

 

You should be very pleased with that system. But as Ryan said, get a decent SSD and decent RAM. GSkill Ripjaw V 3200 MHZ is highly recommended.

 

A standard Samsung 850 Evo is fine, unless you really fancy M.2. And in regard to M.2, Samsung have just released the 1 TB and above versions.

 

Obviously everything depends on your max budget.

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