ASUS debuts the ROG G11 gaming PC

ASUS debuts the ROG G11 gaming PC

ASUS has once again expanded its Republic of Gamers (ROG) line of desktop gaming computers by announcing the new G11 desktop gaming PC. The new computer targets casual gamers and includes various hardware features that will please you for sure.

Games need powerful hardware and the G11 delivers – the machine has an Intel Core i7-6700 Skylake processor, support for up to 32 GB of DDR4 memory and support for up to 3 TB of hard drive storage. The computer also has support for up to 256 GB PCIe SSDs and USB 3.1 technology has been included as well so you will be able to enjoy 10 Gbit/sec of data transfer speed. As to graphics the G11 can take up to a single GeForce GTX 980 video card, which is still one of the most powerful on the market. Finally there’s an Intel H170-based motherboard, a 500W PSU and a Blu-ray disk burner with the help of which you will be able to store your games on optical media.

The G11, however, does not stop here – the gaming computer comes with a futuristic-looking chassis, a menacing red-and-black color scheme and Mayan-derived markings. The aggressive chassis design features three red ‘flames’ on its flanks, while a customizable 8-million-color LED effects panel dominates the front chassis face. The latter can be programmed to create ambient lighting that suits the game currently being played; or can be set to Pulse mode – where it emits a soft pulsing glow. Users will also get Aegis II utilities that will help them monitor CPU and memory usage, the download/upload status, inside temps and more. The ASUS SonicMaster technology that the G11 comes with delivers great sound through a headset or speakers and ROG AudioWizard provides an additional layer of audio enhancement with up to five customizable preset modes that can be accessed on the fly.

The new ASUS ROG G11 runs Windows 10 out of the box. The price of the computer is unknown as of now.

Source: ASUS

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