Latest Aorus Hardware on Show at Computex 2017
Peter Donnell / 10 months ago
Ready to take a look at the latest Aorus gaming hardware for 2017? We’re here at their suite at Computex 2017 and they’ve certainly got a lot more to show us!
Aorus GTX 1080 Ti Extreme Edition 11GB
Their flagship consumer gaming graphics card. It features a massive cooler and crazy looking shroud design, RGB lighting, and VR link. Even better, we’re hoping to have this reviewed shortly after we return to the office, so keep an eye out for that!
Aorus Radeon RX580 XTR 8GB
Equipped with a similar cooler design to their Nvidia GPUs, the RX 580 comes with a Windforce X2 100mm design, copper back plate cooling, RGB fusion and more. Of course, we know this card quite well, but it’ll be interesting to see what clocks it can hit with this massive cooler installed.
X299 Aorus Gaming 7
Not missing out on the X299 action, they’ve got this mighty looking motherboard. It has a robust VRM cooling design, armored PCIe and DDR4 memory slots, and isn’t short on high-end features. It will support quad channel DDR4 (8-DIMMs), 3 x GPUs, dual M.2, and so much more. One nice feature though is support for Sound Blaster X 720 audio!
Aorus AC300W Gaming Chassis
How about an Aorus branded chassis!? It’s nothing too crazy, but it’s still rather sexy looking with that angular front panel and RGB lighting.
Aorus ATC 700 CPU Cooler
The latest version of their CPU cool, with a revised design for improved performance and ergonomics.
Their new all-metal housing Aorus K7 Gaming Keyboard, which comes with 16.8m RGB per-key lighting and mechanical switches.
And the new Aorus M2 Gaming Mouse. This comes with the Pixart 3968 optical sensor, 16.8m RGB lighting, and durable Omron switches.
With the latest Optical Flaretech switches, in both red and blue, as well as a very splash proof design, full RGB and more, the K9 is pretty slick. Add to that it has a 100 million keystroke lifespan, and a 0.03 debounce, this is one keyboard you’ll be wanting to try this year!
Aorus GTX 1070 Gaming Box
This external GPU box comes equipped with its own PSU, able to power the new GTX 1070 graphics card. It’ll hook up via thunderbolt 3, and also has 3 x USB 3.0 pass-through so you can use it as a hub. My favorite feature, however, isn’t the unit its self, but the fact it comes with a very nice quality protective case!