Nowadays there is a trend going on making laptop thinner than ever and all the laptop companies are trying to build some laptops as thin as possible. But unfortunately making laptop thin will kill the battery life as well as the battery performance. With the development of mobile CPUs has made laptops ultra-thin and mush quicker than they were. For the resolving on the go gamer, Asus has unleashed a latest version of its monstrous GX700 gaming laptop, which is re-formed and they named it the GX800 at the Computex 2016. The laptop will feature all the new version of hardware with an amazing water-cooling docking station. It might be the end of the desktop with this laptop.
The laptop is too big despite of its water-cooling station. The display is 18.4-inches in size and it comes with an incredible resolution of 4k and also support for Nvidia G-Sync. To power this powerful and big display the GX800 will use a couple of Nvidia GPUs and those are con figured in SLI. But according to Asus they are not yet revealing anything about the GPUs, but they gave a little hint that they are going to use the same GPUs that they have used in GX700.
There will be a Core-i7 chip clocked at 4.4GHz in the GX800 and there will also be a memory that clocked at 3.8GHz. Gamer will not only be able to play games with an amazingly high and robust resolution with the combo of these two GPUs but the G-Sync display refresh rate will be synchronized to the GPU to decrease lag and tearing. The laptop is required a pair of 330W power supplies to power the hardware and making it run. The laptop will get more powerful and efficient when it will be plugged in that robust water cooling dock. The GX800 is designed with a motto to give user everything that is possible to give.