If you don't mess around and only want the biggest and the baddest, look no further, here is a list of the ultimate ROG gear to put under the X'mas tree this year.

Laptop - ROG GX800

While a single GTX 1080 is within 10% the performance of its desktop equivalent, GX800 is a laptop boasting two in SLI with liquid-cooling for them plus the processor to ensure you can compete even when pit against full desktop behemoths. The caveat is that now there's no excuse for not walking away with a victory.


Desktop - ROG GT51

At the heart of the 2016 iF Design Award-winning beast, lies a 6th Gen. Intel Core i7 processor overclockable to 4.6GHz without the need to reboot, up to 64GB of DDR4 memory overclocked to 2800MHz, and up to two NVIDIA GTX 1080 graphics cards in SLI for enough power to make you want to do your most evil laugh. 

Motherboard - ROG Rampage V Edition 10

Two years ago, ROG introduced to the world Rampage V Extreme, an absolute overclocking beast that dominated with 28 world records upon launch and kept on breaking records - even this year! To celebrate the 10th year of ROG, a special edtion of the Rampage V has been unleashed. This adds a bevy of improvements. Including support for Intel's first 10-core desktop processor with 40 PCIe 3.0 lanes, all-new Aura Sync RGB lighting, and SupremeFX Hi-FI DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) with dual op-amps and headphone amp.


Graphics Card - ROG Strix GTX 1080

Powered by Nvidia's latest Pascal GPU, this is a massive improvement over the already-amazing Maxwell architecture. ROG Strix GTX 1080 comes factory-overclocked with the GPU boost clock up to 1898MHz in gaming mode, the GPU boost clock up to 1936MHz in OC mode, and 8GB of all-new GDDR5X memory. In other words, your craving for more power is about to be fulfilled.


Monitor - ROG PG348Q Curved

A 34-inch display so close to your face is simply massive, initially it would take a little time to get used to it if you're upgrading from a smaller display, after spending some time with it - you simply can't go back. The maximum resolution is 3440X1440 (QHD) which is actually a WQHD (2560 X 1440) display super-stretched horizontally. Vibrant and accurate colors provided by the IPS panel has a 100% sRGB color gamut, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and 10bit-color for 1.07 billion distinct hues. Gaming will be incredibly smooth with the refresh rate at 100Hz with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate tearing, minimize stuttering, and reduce input lag. The response time for the IPS panel is very fast at 5ms. 

Keyboard - ROG Claymore

Comes with premium aluminium, Aura RGB lighting to sync with your other ROG gear, and more control over your PC than ever before. What else would you ask for?

Mouse - ROG Spatha

The Spatha can be a wired mouse and offers wireless freedom as well, featuring an 8200 dpi laser sensor with the ability to track 30(gravitational) acceleration, 150 ips (inches per second) and at 2000Hz for polling rate (in wired mode, 1000Hz for wireless). The Mayan-patterned grip and ergonomic design make sure you have complete command of the mouse even if you have ginormous hands. The Spatha is perfect for the palm or claw grip. Perhaps the best part - you're going to be able to sync the RGB lighting with other ROG gear, and the possibility of customizing it to fit your hand perfectly using 3D printing!

Mousepad - ROG Whetstone & Sheath

Which is the biggest and baddest mousepad? We'll have to leave this up to you, it's a tough choice! Whetstone has a hard surface and yet rollable, while Sheath has gargantuan 90cm X 44cm dimensions so that you can fit your laptop, keyboard and mouse on there at the same time! 

Headset - ROG Centurion 7.1

Want to strap a complete surround sound home theater onto your head? ROG Centurion features 10 discrete neodymium-magnet drivers for a true 7.1-channel surround sound experience, an audio station for complete control, and the industry's best headphone amp for portable devices.