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Computex 2017: ASUS Introduces ROG Swift PG35VQ - World’s First 35″ Ultra-Wide QHD (3440×1440) RGB Monitor with Quantum Dots, HDR, G-Sync and 200Hz 0

Immerse yourself in fast-paced action with the ROG Swift PG35VQ Wrap your head around this: the world’s first 35″ ultra-wide QHD (3440×1440) monitor with quantum dots, HDR, and G-Sync up to an incredible 200Hz. The ROG Swift PG35VQ‘s gargantuan curved screen and 21:9 aspect ratio will exercise your peripheral vision for immersive action without

Computex 2017: ROG Announces Zephyrus GX501, Strix GL702ZC, Strix GL702VI, Strix GL503 and GL703 Gaming Laptops 0

The delicate balance between portability and power is different for most people, and for every choice there’s likely a sacrifice you’d rather avoid. The ROG Zephyrus GX501 is the answer to your conundrum. If you crave gaming power, its 7th Gen. Intel Core i7 CPU and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080

Computex 2017: ROG Unveils Zenith Extreme Motherboard for AMD’S Monster Ryzen Threadripper CPU 0

If you like the look of AMD’s new Ryzen processor, you ain’t seen nothing yet. The upcoming Ryzen Threadripper raises the stakes across the board. It’s basically a double-barreled desktop Ryzen shotgun, with up to 16 cores and 32 threads based on the new Zen microarchitecture. The beastly processing

Computex 2017: ROG Introduces Rampage VI Extreme, Rampage VI Apex, and Strix X299-E Motherboards for Skylake-X 0

The next generation of high-end desktops debuted at Computex today, and ROG was there with three brand-new motherboards designed to help gamers get the most out of their PCs. Intel’s new X299 platform and accompanying Skylake-X processors raise the bar for CPU and memory performance with up to 18

Computex 2017: ASUS Introduces New X299 Based Motherboards 0

A new era of high-end desktops is here. Intel® just took the wraps off its long-awaited Core™ X-Series processors and accompanying X299 chipset, which bring enough horsepower and bandwidth for everything from professional content creation to hardcore gaming. The new LGA2066 processors require new motherboards, and ASUS has a