ROG:REDEFINE 2019 | Asus gets gaming essentials right with the ROG Strix G G531 and G731
Asus is positioning the Strix G an an affordable option that still retains the core ROG experience. The latest ROG Strix G can be configured up to the 9th gen Intel Core 17-9750H CPU and an NVIDIA RTX 2070 GPU. The Strix G is available in two variants — the 15.6-inch Strix G G531 and the 17.3-inch Strix G G731.
Like the Scar III and Hero III, the Strix G is also inspired by BMW Designworks Group's design aesthetic that combines elements of the classic ROG design with a stealthy yet stylish vibe. An optional RGB light bar can be configured at the bottom of the chassis. The keyboard can be optionally configured with four-zone RGB lighting that syncs with other RGB peripherals via Aura Sync.
The Strix G can be configured with up to the RTX 2070 that can boost up to 1440 MHz at 115 W in Turbo mode. The RTX 2070 helps to take advantage of 144 Hz panels and supports ray-tracing and AI in games built to take advantage of it. The laptop can also be configured with up to 32 GB of DDR4-2666 RAM and a combination of an M.2 NVMe SSD and a standard 2.5-inch HDD or SSHD.
Like the other ROG notebooks we've seen today, the ROG Strix G-series laptops also feature improved cooling solutions that include three heatsinks with 189 0.1 mm fins and dual 12 V fans. Depending on the GPU configuration, up to five heat pipes form part of an extended heat spreader located underneath the keyboard. On the software side, specific performance profiles help in making best use of the available hardware for all kinds of workflows.
Similar to the Scar III and Hero III, the 15.6-inch Strix G G531 integrates a virtual numpad into the trackpad while the 17.3-inch G731 has a dedicated numpad. There is no ROG Keystone support, however. Other standard wireless and peripheral connectivity options are available across both the SKUs.
The Asus ROG Strix G G531 and G731 are available worldwide although, pricing and availability of various configuration options are region dependent.
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