ASUS ROG Announce G20 SFF Gaming PC
Chris Smith / 2 years ago
Often known for its manufacturing of PC components and peripherals – ASUS’ ROG (Republic of Gamers) division has released another pre-built system to their array of choices.
Standing at only 104 x 340 x 358mm, the G20 is a small desktop gaming PC built to not exceed a rather quiet rating of 25dB. Don’t let the size fool you however; this machine packs a punch with an Intel Core i7-4790 processor, H97 motherboard, 16GB DDR3-SODIMM RAM, a beefy GTX780 graphics card and the choice between a 3TB HDD or 256gb SSD. On top of this, the small chassis offers you four USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, an ethernet port and an eight-channel audio output interface.
ASUS ROG have installed the ability to reduce the computers power requirements, enabling it to draw as little as 20W in eco mode alongside its cool ability to display 8 different colours amongst it’s exterior through the help of changeable LED lights.
ASUS ROG has proudly stated that the G20 has won this years’ Computex Taipei Best Choice Gold Award and the Best Choice of the Year Award.
The main issue with these pre-built systems tends to be the price, and no matter how fancy the exterior or how impressive the specifications are – if the PC is too expensive it simply isn’t worth it for most. Unfortunately, we’re all out of luck and have no confirmation yet as to the release price of this product or an exact date planned for shipments, but we will cover this news when it comes to light.
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