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ASUS @ Insomnia 64

ASUS Matrix and Helios

ASUS @ Insomnia 64

ASUS Matrix and Helios

The ASUS Matrix has often blown our minds with what it could produce from an already jaw-dropping GPU, and this latest iteration is no exception. It has, are you sitting down, a built in AIO. Yes there have been water-cooled cards before, and yes attaching an H50 to a graphics card is nothing new, but this particular puppy is a built in AIO with no break-out radiator or hosing or anything. It exists within its own space. We can't wait for a) a brighter shot and b) to test this bad boy.

ASUS Matrix  
More Matrix loveliness  

Helios

When so many of your components are ROG branded it would make perfect sense to put them in a ROG case, and the new Helios is the perfect mid-tower for that purpose. Eagle-eyed, or particularly attentive, readers will recall that when this debuted at CES it had a lot of OLED accoutrements which wouldn't make it into production, but this here is the final version that you'll get when the courier delivers it. Obviously without the internals. You knew that though, right?


ROG Helios  

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Most Recent Comments

21-04-2019, 07:54:03

dazbobaby
As a cyclist I love the idea of an illuminated backpack. Though a highly reflective and illuminated one would be better... but not as intimidating Quote

21-04-2019, 12:11:24

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by dazbobaby View Post
As a cyclist I love the idea of an illuminated backpack. Though a highly reflective and illuminated one would be better... but not as intimidating
Not quite sure if a gamers RGB backpack is intimidating in the slightest way

Camelbak ftwQuote

21-04-2019, 13:45:08

Dicehunter
1 thing I'd actually love to see is RGB wall panels, Like Nanoleaf, But with the Asus ROG Aztec/Mayan styling.Quote

21-04-2019, 16:07:59

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
1 thing I'd actually love to see is RGB wall panels, Like Nanoleaf, But with the Asus ROG Aztec/Mayan styling.
Given pricing from Asus, you could probably make one yourself for the same cost or less.Quote

21-04-2019, 16:20:54

Eddie long
Well guv at least you got to see one of the mystical/rare
matrix cards Quote
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