So I bought an ASUS ROG G750 Series G750JZ-XS72 after doing some research and then finding it on sale shortly after. It's a great laptop in my opinion (first laptop I've ever owned) but I am having issues in a couple areas. The big question is - why when I attach an HDMI from the laptop to a TV I lose roughly a half inch to a full inch around all the borders? I've tried every setting I can find and my searches yielded no results. Back home I have a 47" Panasonic that it had issues with and just now I tried hooking it up to a 24"(?) ViewSonic I found. Same issues. Both TVs are 1080p if that matters.
The second question is trying to figure out if I can run certain games or not. I've had a desktop for a few years now that I built and upgraded here and there so I'm more familiar with their parts and how to gauge if I can run a game or not. It's different on the laptop because they can't seem to use the same or close to the same naming scheme. Anyways, biggest question I have is can I run the new Middle Earth game and/or Watch Dogs? I tried the can I run it website and I know it's not completely accurate but everything passed except for my CPU which I though my video card would be the thing holding me back. Specs are below...
*Intel Core i7 4700HQ (2.40GHz)
*NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880M 4GB GDDR5
I look forward to the help, thanks.
Have a nice day.