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The GL552 is a 15-inch ROG gaming laptop, sporting the latest brushed aluminum styling and red back-lit keyboard, combined with an Intel Core i7-4720HQ quad-core processor and new Nvidia GTX 950M graphics. With up to 16GB of DDR3L memory, a huge 2TB of storage and M.2 SSD options as well it’s got desktop-spec credentials and storage performance. The premium audio-visual experience is backed by a Full HD IPS display that yields great color and viewing angles, along with ASUS’ tuned SonicMaster audio. On the networking front ROG’s exclusive GameFirst III software allows user customization of network traffic to prioritize gameplay or other apps.
There’s our quick round-up, but if you’re after more details and full specs see inside for the gallery and press release.
The GR8S is ROG’s dedicated Steam Machine. It continues the existing GR8 2.5 liter design, but will be updated with any future Intel Core i5/i7 and Nvidia GeForce hardware available at the time of its November launch. In addition to following the news right here on rog.asus.com, sign into Steam and follow the GR8S store page for notifications on updates.
Source: ASUS GR8S on Steam store
On March 6th ASUS ROG launches the ROG OC Showdown: Formula Series; the first overclocking event to accommodate exclusively air and water cooling, on either of the ASUS Z87 and Z97 platforms. With an open playing field, come join in to win!
Dying Light is not just another zombie game. We tested it on the G751JL and now we have to sleep with the light on..
Get into small form factor builds with ASUS ROG and In Win! Pair a new Maximus VII Impact with a unique D Frame mini and together you’ve got the start of an awesome new mini-ITX rig. Simply answer a few questions about your thoughts on mini-ITX PC builds and you’re in with a chance to win.
ASUS’ USB 3.1 motherboard line-up features new motherboards with two USB 3.1 ports installed on the PCB itself, and existing motherboards with a ASUS USB 3.1 PCIE add-in cards bundled in the package. Both are identified by the /USB3.1 suffix.
For those wanting to upgrade an existing system with USB 3.1 – that PCIE add-in card will also be available separately for compatible motherboards. Note: a BIOS update is sometimes required – see the press release for more details.
See inside for the full list of new ASUS USB 3.1 motherboards and information on the two versions of the new ASUS USB 3.1 PCIE add-in card.