ASUS is all set to launch their all-new ROG Strix Scar 17 G733C and the upcoming model was recently spotted on FCCID’s listing.
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The upcoming ASUS ROG Strix SCAR 17 G733C has been spotted on FCCID. ASUS has registered different variants of the upcoming G733C, which goes to show that the users are definitely in for a ride.
Compared to the predecessor, the G733, the upcoming G733C is likely going to feature improved design and functionality that blows the expectation of the users.
Besides the FCCID listing and the test reports, there are not much information about the specifications of the SCAR 17 G733C yet. However, if ASUS follows its previous trend, we can expect the upcoming G733C to come with all the latest specifications, including the 12th Gen. Intel Core or latest AMD Ryzen processor.
The test reports on FCCID do look promising, especially pertaining to the frequency stability, conducted emissions voltage and the radiated emission limits. Indicates that ASUS has likely optimized the device for optimal performance without risking complications related to overheating.
ASUS has registered seven models under their new ROG SCAR 17 G733C series with the G733C, G733CX, G733CW, G733CM, G743C, G743CX, G743CW. This goes to show that there will be different variants and specification combination of the upcoming model.
If we had to compare the G733C with its predecessor, G733, we’d expect ASUS to improve on not just the performance but also the efficiency and user experience. Moreover, we can expect the upcoming models to feature the expansive 17.3” fluid FHD display or come with an alternative QHD display option with higher refresh rate.
Also, you can’t miss out on the Dolby Vision and Dolby Audio support in the upcoming models. With the results from the test reports, it is safe to say that the G733C models will feature ROG’s Intelligent Cooling technology that supports optimal performance without the risks of overheating.
The biggest confusion is about the graphics configuration. However, if the past models are considered, it is safe to say that the G733C will also be powered by NVIDIA’s RTX graphics configuration.
Additionally, the memory and storage will most definitely boast a combination of DDR5 RAM with NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD configuration for smoother and the fastest application boot-up. We can assume that ASUS will not fall short on the I/O ports section too, given that the previous version was integrated with an array of choices.
You’d have to keep an eye out on this space for the latest information about the launch of the ASUS ROG Strix SCAR 17 G733C.