Asus means business.
The company recently announced a series of innovative gaming devices at COMPUTEX 2016 that will surely revolutionize the gaming world. The first device that caught everyone’s attention was the new GX800 gaming laptop, the most powerful gaming laptop in the world. Continuing the trend, Asus wants nothing less than superlatives and its ROG G31 gaming desktop is a beast able to run smoothly even the most demanding games.
The ROG G31 gaming desktop is the world’s most-powerful compact gaming desktop. Asus created this device especially for the ROG 10th-anniversary and made no compromises in designing it. ROG G31 has a 20-liter chassis and is powered by Intel’s i7 processor backed by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU with 2-way SLI for 4K UHD image quality.
The beast supports up to 64GB of RAM and will run smoothly event the most demanding game scenarios. You can also overclock the CPU with just one-click if you want to see what this monster is really capable of. The ROG G31 also features four M.2 PCIe SSDs and a Blu-Ray disc drive.
Such a powerful system generates massive heat, but Asus took care of that too and incorporated hidden airflow tunnels and a 3D Vapor Chamber for effective heat dissipation. The ROG G31 is actually made of two components: the main desktop and the 600W power supply which mounted on a secondary case.
Asus hasn’t offered any details about the price or availability of the produce, and doesn’t even have a dedicated page on its official site for it. Judging by its specs and the fact that Asus claims ROG G31 is the most powerful gaming desktop in the world, we expect the price tag to start at around $3,000.
If you’re looking to buy a gaming computer but can’t afford the upcoming ROG G31, we suggest you check out our list of the best gaming laptops out there.
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