Navigating the vast field of ASUS ROG's pre-built options is a mind-boggling task in and of itself, but with a little bit of know-how it’s easier to find what you need to suit your gaming needs.
For PC gamers, there’s little doubt that the do-it-yourself route presents the ultimate in value and flexibility, but it may not always be the most feasible for various reasons. Navigating the vast fields of pre-built options is a mind-boggling task in and of itself, but with a little bit of know-how it’s easier to find what you need.
The good news is that, these days, purpose-built gaming PCs aren’t hard to come by. For example, ASUS has a boatload of options for casual gamers, all the way to the hardcore gaming and PC enthusiast geek. The trouble is in finding the right balance between price and performance, as it’s easy to get carried away with the latest advancements or excessive future-proofing. Depending on what you hear, getting into PC gaming isn’t as expensive as you might think.
On the other hand, mismatched components may wind up giving you more trouble than it’s worth, and few things are as frustrating as a computer struggling to meet your needs. So with that in mind, we decided to chart your needs that will match suitable system offerings from ASUS.
The first question you should always ask is: What is the new system really for?
“Gaming” is the obvious answer but we’re going to have to be a little more specific. What do you normally, or hope to, play?