ASUS updates its ROG G20CB gaming PC

ASUS updates its ROG G20CB gaming PC

ASUS has made one change that will surely be welcomed by gamers around the world – the Taiwanese company has updated its ROG G20CB gaming computer with the latest and greatest GeForce GTX 1080 video card with 8 GB of GDDR5X memory. The previous configurations with GeForce GTX 980 visuals will still be sold, though.

The Republic of Gamers G20CB gaming computer was unveiled in January 2016 and quickly gained the attention of hardcore gamers in spite of its high price. Apart from the video card change, there are no other upgrades. This means that the top configuration will feature an Intel Core i7-6700 processor at 3.4 GHz (4.0 GHz Turbo), up to 32 GB of dual-channeled DDR4 memory, the aforementioned GTX 1080 graphics card, 3 TB of HDD storage or 512 GB of SSD storage, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a Blu-ray burner, ASUS SonicMaster technology and a case that measures 104 x 340 x 358 mm and that weighs 6.38 kilograms.

The top configuration sells for around USD 2800 – fun has its price here.

Source: ASUS

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