ASUS announced a wide-range of gaming products that include peripherals, displays, case mods, and a new graphics card. We got to see some of these products in the ASUS booth.
ASUS announced three 7.1-channel PCI Express sound cards – Strix Raid DLX, Strix Raid Pro and Strix Soar. They come with Sonic Studio that lets you control different audio settings and also Sonic Radar Pro that supposedly enhances critical audio details.
This new cabinet under the transformer brand of ASUS' ROG division, opens up the cabinet with the touch of a button. The motherboard tilts up as the case opens, and currently nothing is known about the product.
Two MG series gaming displays were shown in the booth – the MG279Q and MG278Q. Both the 27-inch monitors have a resolution of 2560x1440 WQHD with a 144 Hz refresh rate. The monitors include AMD FreeSync that lets you enjoy smooth games running on AMD cards.
Three other displays were also launched – ROG curved, Swift PG27AQ and Swift PG279Q. The 34-inch curved monitor has a 3440x1440 native resolution while the Swift PG27AQ and Swift PG279Q are 27-inch displays with 4K (3840x2160) and WQHD (2560x1440) resolution respectively. All three monitors support NVIDIA's G-SYNC technology.
The ROG Hog case mod looks like mean V-twin engine.
ASUS also released many accessories under the ROG brand that includes laptop bags so that you can carry your gaming laptops with you wherever you go.
The ROG G751 gaming laptop includes NVIDIA's G-Sync technology that runs on an Intel Core i7-4870HQ processor with a 17.3-inch full HD display and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics card.
The Strix GTX 980Ti graphics card was also announced that includes the DirectCU III technology. It has a three-fan design giving maximum airflow making it 30%-cooler. The new graphics card takes advantage of the exclusive GPU Tweak II XSplit Gamecaster for better game streaming online.
The Project Unity case mod takes inspiration from the ASUS X99 Deluxe and it covers different brands like ASUS, InWin, Intel, Thermaltake and more.
The Rockcrawler X99 is a case mod designed by Alexander Hede, which is based on the SABERTOOTH X99 motherboard. It packs an Intel Core i7-5960X Processor Extreme Edition and the ASUS GTX Titan Black GPU.
This case mod is called the ROG Maximus Command LEGO Mod.
The TUF Immortal Case Mod is designed by popular Chinese modder Wei Zhang.
The Dream Machine rig powering the triple 4K G-Sync monitor setup.
The ROG G20 is a compact gaming desktop powered by Intel Core i7 processors with up to 16 GB of system memory.
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