Asus ROG G752 Review: A Pascal Packing Mobile Powerhouse

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Asus ROG G752 ATTO Disk, SunSpider And Cinebench

To help you get a sense for whether or not the Asus ROG G752 will provide the performance you’re looking for, we compare it to a range of laptops. We change very few settings before testing in an effort to ensure that the laptop performs at the same level for us that it will for readers who buy it. That said, many factors affect performance, so benchmark comparisons are a guide rather than a guarantee.

ATTO Disk Benchmark
Peak Sequential Storage Throughput

The ATTO Disk benchmark gives us a look at how the Asus ROG G752’s SSD performs. The PCIe interface and NVMe support means we should see faster speeds than we would with a typical SATA SSD.

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As we expected, the ROG G752’s SSD provided excellent read and write speeds in ATTO. Asus did a nice job of putting together a speedy, yet spacious storage package in this system.

SunSpider JavaScript Benchmark
JavaScript Processing Performance

Next up, we have some numbers from the SunSpider JavaScript benchmark. According to the SunSpider website:
This benchmark tests the core JavaScript language only, not the DOM or other browser APIs. It is designed to compare different versions of the same browser, and different browsers to each other. Unlike many widely available JavaScript benchmarks, this test is real-world, balanced and statistically sound. 
We should note that this is more of a platform test, in that different browser versions, associated with different OS types can and do affect scores. However, among the Windows 10-powered machines here, all things are relatively equal.

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We were a little surprised that the ROG G752 didn’t take the top spot here, but its score isn’t out of line for the hardware. Any mobile system running a Core i7-6000HQ or Core i7-6820HK is going to be a beast.

Cinebench R11.5
3D Rendering On The CPU and GPU

Cinebench is developed by Maxon, which is better known for its Cinema 4D software. We use both of Cinebench’s tests. The CPU test uses thousands of objects to stress the processor, while the GPU test puts your system’s graphics chip to work with a short, animated 3D scene involving a car chase. The CPU test is measured in points, while the GPU test is measured by the framerate. In both tests, higher numbers are better.

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Cinebench is our first look at just how powerful the GeForce GTX 1070 and processor in this system really are. The 8.39 score shows that the Core i7-6820HK has serious muscle, but its the GPU driving the OpenGL score of 82.84.

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