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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
A gaming chair perfused with RGB. Illuminating.
Asetek tech based coolers available in 360mm, 280mm, 240mm, or 120mm options.
Features a 7th gen Asetek pump, Noctua fans, and a 3.5-inch LCD.
One heck of a project.
Collaborative range is now up for sale in China, worldwide launch coming in October.
Meanwhile, its new M.2 Q-Latch fitting system doesn't appear on all new motherboards.
Season One launches today, intros 100 progress levels and the £7.99 Plunder Pass.
In a post-results call last night Pat Gelsinger said that most Intel products will be 7nm by 2023.
Graphics card with AiO cooler and 240mm radiator features Aura Sync RGB.
Same spec as the ROG Strix 3090, 80 and 70 but made to match your white PC build.
With an IPS panel to boot
Can four pairs of drivers and virtual bass make you better in games?
Wireless with onboard touchscreen
How does Asus' £300 Z490 ROG Strix board stack up against the competition?
Its got the looks, but can it perform?
It's a bit of a beast.
Looking rather distinctive
With an impressive refresh rate to boot
With an added joystick
If £500 is your limit for a TRX40 board then you'll want to see what we thought of this ROG Strix board for 3rd Gen Threadripper
Asus goes mini-ITX with AMD's X570 chipset but is it worth the cash?
It's faster than its black variant, too.
Can the new Asus monster ROG board handle AMD's mighty 3rd Gen Ryzen Threadrippers?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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