- News tagged "rog"
Tuesday, 29 Nov 2016
ASUS has announced the ROG G701VI, a new 17.3-inch gaming laptop that is ready to power the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. The notebook is armed to the teeth with an overclockable CPU, a 120Hz G-Sync display, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080.
Tuesday, 20 Sep 2016
The ASUS ROG Strix Wireless uses 2.4GHz connection, has 7.1-channel virtual surround sound, compatibility across multiple platforms, and 10 hours of battery life.
Tuesday, 23 Aug 2016
ASUS has announced the ROG Swift PG248Q, a 24-inch 1080p monitor that supports NVIDIA G-Sync and boasts a 1ms response time. The monitor was designed with e-sports in mind, and its specifications are geared toward fulfilling the needs of competitive gamers.
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016
ASUS has updated its ROG gaming laptops with NVIDIA's new 10-series mobile graphics cards. The new GPUs reportedly have a maximum performance deviation of just 10 per cent from their desktop counterparts, bringing an unprecedented level of performance to gaming notebooks.
Friday, 12 Aug 2016
It has taken awhile, but ASUS has finally updated its already pretty bonkers ROG GT51 gaming desktop with the choice of one or two GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI.
ASUS has updated its ROG G20 gaming desktop with a sixth-generation Intel Skylake processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, all while retaining its compact 12.5L chassis.
Wednesday, 1 Jun 2016
ASUS has announced the ROG Swift PG258Q, a 24.5-inch G-Sync monitor with an impressive 240Hz refresh rate.
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
The ASUS ROG Avalon is a modular PC designed around the motherboard and chassis as a single unit. It represents ASUS' vision for the future of DIY PCs, where hassles like cable management can be avoided.
Thought the ROG GX700 was extreme? You might have to rethink that. ASUS just announced the ROG GX800, another liquid-cooled monster of a laptop with an unlocked Intel Core CPU, overclocked memory, and a pair of NVIDIA GPUs in SLI.
Saturday, 21 May 2016
ASUS has teased an upcoming NVIDIA mobile GPU that supposedly outperforms the GeForce GTX Titan X in 3DMark 11. Could this be the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080M?