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You can add RAM however two of the slots are under the keyboard, after hours of chat and phone calls with Asus I still don't know how to install the RAM.
By Richard S. on October 14, 2014
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Description says 2gb
By Randall on March 15, 2014
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This comes with ASUS warranty already.
By Mobile Advance SELLER on April 26, 2014
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It does not provide you recovery DVD but I managed to do it within 3 hours.
If you are going to add Samsung SSD, it will be very easy as I did since it gives you migration CD. So all you need to do it, insert their CD that comes with SSD, install the wizard, and migrate all of data from your HDD to SSD, which takes abo… see more
It does not provide you recovery DVD but I managed to do it within 3 hours.
If you are going to add Samsung SSD, it will be very easy as I did since it gives you migration CD. So all you need to do it, insert their CD that comes with SSD, install the wizard, and migrate all of data from your HDD to SSD, which takes about 10~20 minutes. Then, all I did was resetting (quick format from Windows 8.1) the laptop, and my laptop flies now.
If you are going to use other SSD, check http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?37714-G750JW-adding-a-SSD , or google "asus rog SSD installation" and there are plenty of threads available to assist you.
Since it pasts a week so you might have done it already, but hope this helped you and enjoy your laptop! see less
It does not provide you recovery DVD but I managed to do it within 3 hours.
If you are going to add Samsung SSD, it will be very easy as I did since it gives you migration CD. So all you need to do it, insert their CD that comes with SSD, install the wizard, and migrate all of data from your HDD to SSD, which takes about 10~20 minutes. Then, all I did was resetting (quick format from Windows 8.1) the laptop, and my laptop flies now.
If you are going to use other SSD, check http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?37714-G750JW-adding-a-SSD , or google "asus rog SSD installation" and there are plenty of threads available to assist you.
Since it pasts a week so you might have done it already, but hope this helped you and enjoy your laptop!

By ByungKwon Yun on April 21, 2014
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This is a difficult question to answer - but let me take a shot (a best guess rather than an authoritative recommendation):
On the face of it, the G750GM adds a 1TB drive, a 802.11AC card, and retails for less than the G750JX. So your question might be considered as a direct comparison of the GPUs involved.
Here is … see more
This is a difficult question to answer - but let me take a shot (a best guess rather than an authoritative recommendation):
On the face of it, the G750GM adds a 1TB drive, a 802.11AC card, and retails for less than the G750JX. So your question might be considered as a direct comparison of the GPUs involved.
Here is one review of the GPUs (Google the text to find the source):
"Although the GTX 860M has much less memory bandwidth and computing power, it can compete with (or sometimes even beat) the old Kepler-based GeForce GTX 770M while drawing significantly less power. Many games of 2013/2014 (Tomb Raider or BioShock Infinite, etc.) can be played fluently in FullHD resolution and very high detail settings. However, very demanding games such as Crysis 3 or Battlefield 4 will require lower resolutions and/or details. Despite its considerably higher shader count, the Kepler version is about 10 percent slower, mainly due to the worse bandwidth efficiency."
Also: "The 800M series also supports Optimus to automatically switch between an integrated graphics card and the Nvidia GPU."
This latter should translate to battery longevity.
Another site says:
"the GeForce GTX 860M has 640 CUDA cores, 40 texture mapping units (TMUs), and 16 ROPs. At first glance, that would put it well behind the current GTX 760M, which has 768 cores, 64 ROPs, and 16 TMUs. It's further dwarfed by the GTX 770M, which offers a 960:80:24 configuration.
Appearances, however, can be deceiving. In 3DMark 11′s Performance Preset, the GTX 860M reportedly puts up a score of P5339, as compared to the GTX 770M's P5023. (P stands for Performance.)"
Good luck with your decision! see less
This is a difficult question to answer - but let me take a shot (a best guess rather than an authoritative recommendation):
On the face of it, the G750GM adds a 1TB drive, a 802.11AC card, and retails for less than the G750JX. So your question might be considered as a direct comparison of the GPUs involved.
Here is one review of the GPUs (Google the text to find the source):
"Although the GTX 860M has much less memory bandwidth and computing power, it can compete with (or sometimes even beat) the old Kepler-based GeForce GTX 770M while drawing significantly less power. Many games of 2013/2014 (Tomb Raider or BioShock Infinite, etc.) can be played fluently in FullHD resolution and very high detail settings. However, very demanding games such as Crysis 3 or Battlefield 4 will require lower resolutions and/or details. Despite its considerably higher shader count, the Kepler version is about 10 percent slower, mainly due to the worse bandwidth efficiency."
Also: "The 800M series also supports Optimus to automatically switch between an integrated graphics card and the Nvidia GPU."
This latter should translate to battery longevity.
Another site says:
"the GeForce GTX 860M has 640 CUDA cores, 40 texture mapping units (TMUs), and 16 ROPs. At first glance, that would put it well behind the current GTX 760M, which has 768 cores, 64 ROPs, and 16 TMUs. It's further dwarfed by the GTX 770M, which offers a 960:80:24 configuration.
Appearances, however, can be deceiving. In 3DMark 11′s Performance Preset, the GTX 860M reportedly puts up a score of P5339, as compared to the GTX 770M's P5023. (P stands for Performance.)"
Good luck with your decision!

By Ammy_Evaluator on April 13, 2014
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it is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M 2GB, For full detailed specs http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus/geforce-gtx-860m/specifications , i hope it helps.
By James on March 21, 2014
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Yes it comes with two 2.5 inch hard drive slots
By Doug on March 24, 2014
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I have had mine for about 3 months and I use it for gaming, heavy file sharing, and basic functions and I have not encountered any power issues or major system failures. There have been a few minor issues with programs running on the windows 8.1, but that would be a software problem not a hardware. Overall, it has bee… see more I have had mine for about 3 months and I use it for gaming, heavy file sharing, and basic functions and I have not encountered any power issues or major system failures. There have been a few minor issues with programs running on the windows 8.1, but that would be a software problem not a hardware. Overall, it has been the most reliable machine I have ever had. see less I have had mine for about 3 months and I use it for gaming, heavy file sharing, and basic functions and I have not encountered any power issues or major system failures. There have been a few minor issues with programs running on the windows 8.1, but that would be a software problem not a hardware. Overall, it has been the most reliable machine I have ever had.
By Daniel Cook on July 18, 2014
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As far as I have seen, it is NOT CHANGEABLE! The backlight color is a light blue that sometimes seems white. You can dim the backlight and if you don't like it, completely turn it off. Hope this helps! :)
By Sean Michael on August 13, 2014
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This one comes with Windows 8.1-64bit.
By ByungKwon Yun on April 21, 2014