You may not know the by its model number, instead remembering it by its defining characteristic: that insane liquid cooled laptop that snaps into a dock and starts pumping icy coolant through its veins to deliver performance once unfathomable in a laptop. That's the GX800, all right. Considering Asus released the original model last year, you might be wondering what it was doing at Computex. Though the GX800 may have been overshadowed by newer, thinner laptops, it's still got it where it counts. Raw power, courtesy of SLI GTX 1080s (good lord!) and now a new standard for CPU speed with Kaby Lake.
4.4 GHz. In a laptop! When the GX800 is docked, it automatically cranks into its maximum performance overclock mode, which used to take it to 4.1 GHz. But thanks to the higher clock speeds on Intel's Kaby Lake CPUs, it can now reach 4.4 GHz without melting or setting off fire alarms.
And that's about all there is to say about the GX800. I appreciate that while Nvidia's big talking point at Computex is optimizing laptop performance to allow for insanely thin systems with GTX 1080s, there's still hardware out there like the GX800 that says nahhh and makes no compromises on the path to disgusting amounts of power.