If you remember, since the new GeForce GPUs went mobile, a lot of brands started enclosing which laptops comes paired with what kind of GPU and Total Graphics Power (TGP). This is actually a very good move because not all the laptop comes with the same kind of power you’d expect and this is more and more true, especially if you look at the RTX 3070 last year and compare with a Thin and Light Gaming laptop like the TUF Dash and slightly thicker laptop like the Strix Scar which was two worlds apart. So, ASUS continues to be transparent with which laptop TGP for all the 2022 lineup of ROG and TUF Gaming Laptops.

TGP of ROG and TUF Gaming Laptop for 2022

Disclaimer: Note that certain models may not reach these advertised GPU power unless using Turbo mode in Armoury Crate. In addition, the NVIDIA Control Panel may not show the ROG Boost OC clock speeds noted above—just NVIDIA’s stock boost clocks. Dedicated monitoring tools like GPU-Z and HWiNFO will correctly display ROG Boost OC clocks when applicable.