All of everything ASUS at CES 2017


ASUS at CES 2017


Similar to the laptops we're going down in descending power order. Or at the very least approximately. The big one that we'll all be lusting after is the GT51CH, a GTX 1080 SLI setup powered by a 4.8 GHz Core i7-7700K backed up by 64 GB of 2.8GHz DDR4. The AURA lighting that is such a part of the ROG range is enhanced by the central air intake which matches up to the AURA software. Lastly the case contains something I mentioned a lot in the Z270 reviews, a front panel USB 3.1 connector!

The G20CI is a single GTX 1080, a 3.6GHz Core i7-7700, AURA lighting and designed for quietness, with a mere 22db at idle and all the features you would expect from the modern Kaby Lake range of motherboards. Similarly the GD30 is a combination of coolness and customisable lighting, although it has the addition of a swappable front panel so you can have it in the black or white depending upon your personal preference.

Lastly the GR8 II is a tiny VR ready machine. A 4 litre case contains a Core i7 CPU, GTX 1060 graphics and the AURA Sync lighting that is such a part of the 2017 ROG range.


ASUS at CES 2017

ASUS at CES 2017


ASUS at CES 2017

ASUS at CES 2017


ASUS at CES 2017

ASUS at CES 2017


ASUS at CES 2017

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05-01-2017, 18:14:13

There's no link Tom, or am I too quick to reply?Quote

05-01-2017, 18:51:38

I don't get why they only went with 10 thumb buttons on the GX970 considering the norm for them is 12, and those extra 2 come in handyQuote

05-01-2017, 19:00:19

GL702 looks pretty sweet. I'm not a huge fan of thick chunky laptops and I get why they need to be like that for cooling running a 1080 so the 1070/1060 version would be a nice compromise.
The new desktops look like extras from the Pacific Rim movie. Crimson Typhoon Quote

06-01-2017, 05:41:52

The GT-AC5300 router reminds me of the Sarlaac pit for some reason.

Still confused why no 1080ti...Quote

06-01-2017, 05:52:44

Originally Posted by Chopper3 View Post
The GT-AC5300 router reminds me of the Sarlaac pit for some reason.

Still confused why no 1080ti...

Jenson not wanting to give AMD something to aim for probablyQuote

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