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    (ahem, perhaps it's time for a ASUS ROG 3T3R WiFi adapter which is capable of beam-forming?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korth View Post
    (ahem, perhaps it's time for a ASUS ROG 3T3R WiFi adapter which is capable of beam-forming?)

    No current plans for an ROG adapter.

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    ROG Dream Machine

    I have some ideas for ROG Dream Machine. ROG Dream Machine must have best products/components inside this ultimate machine and have top performance to representing what ROG means. I always dreaming about powerfull machine with small size form factor, low power consumption but still upgradeable, customizable, and have good headroom for overclocking. Of course this machine powered by ROG Products and ROG Certified Products.This ROG Dream Machine dedicated to Gamers, overclockers, video editors, content creators, streamers, designers, IT professionals, and engineers.

    Ability :
    Best for gaming (minimum can play smoothly latest games in 1080p high setting)
    Overclockability
    Upgradeable
    Customizable (have Aura RGB & support 3D Printing)
    Use great colour theme ( ROG Black & White with additional gold colour)

    Technical details :
    Use Unlocked CPU (Intel K series / AMD X Series with min 8 threads)
    Use Highest Chipset (Intel Z270 / AMD X370)
    Good Cooling system (120mm High Performance water cooling, good airflow inside the case or using single integrated cooling system that can cooling down CPU, Chipset, & VRM)
    Have monitoring panel on casing (CPU Clock, CPU Temp, Sys Temp, Fan RPM, Profile, Debug LED)
    Have great BIOS (Great for OC, have predifine OC Profile)
    Use Curve LED Monitor at least 24" 1080P (FreeSync / GSync)

    Sample Specifications for ROG Dream Machine :

    CPU : Intel Core i7 7700K / AMD Ryzen 7 1700X
    Motherboard : Asus ROG Strix Z270I / Asus ROG Maximus VIII Impact / Asus ROG Crosshair VI M-ITX
    RAM : Team DARK ROG DDR4 3000MHz (2x8GB)
    Graphic Card : Asus ROG Strix AMD Radeon RX580 O8G Gaming
    PSU : Corsair TXM Series 650W Gold Modular
    Storage : Samsung SSD 960 EVO M.2 500GB
    Case : Lian Li PC-Q17 WX
    Cooling : Corsair Hydro Series H80i V2
    Mouse : Asus ROG Gladius 2
    Mouse Pad : Asus ROG Whetstone
    Headset : Asus ROG Centurion
    Keyboard : Asus ROG Claymore
    Monitor : Asus ROG SWIFT PG258Q

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    I also dreaming to have compact Asus ROG notebook with small form factor but still powerfull. I really love Asus Lamborghini VX6S, this notebook is unique and elegant. I hope Asus will make another "VX6S" in ROG version (maybe use 12" screen). For specifications, i think Asus can use AMD Ryzen APU for make this small powerfull machine. We know AMD did very well with their APU line up. I realize that this product will have specific market, but still worth to try, haha. For engineer & gamer like me, mobility & performance are important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adiath View Post
    I also dreaming to have compact Asus ROG notebook with small form factor but still powerfull. I really love Asus Lamborghini VX6S, this notebook is unique and elegant. I hope Asus will make another "VX6S" in ROG version (maybe use 12" screen). For specifications, i think Asus can use AMD Ryzen APU for make this small powerfull machine. We know AMD did very well with their APU line up. I realize that this product will have specific market, but still worth to try, haha. For engineer & gamer like me, mobility & performance are important.
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts and ideas Adi

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    So, time to get into this topic as well

    I currently don't have time to read through all 10 pages so i want to bring in some ideas first (maybe someone already had these but as i said, will read the whole thread later).

    As one of the few people who had the chance to be part of the interview at the "Outshine the Competition" Event, i noticed that most of us were looking for modular, high-end, silent watercooled setups. I also love the idea of creating a line-up of ROG cases or working together with other manufacturers (like Parvum).

    But there could be problems with the modularity, since there are people who don't want to maintain a water cooling loop once or twice a year or have the knowledge to take it apart for hardware change, especially when it comes to rigid tubing. My idea is not only to work together with case maufacturers creating cases with integrated liquid cooling but also to work with water cooling manufacturers designing an ROG line up of water cooling parts. On the hardware part this includes preinstalled blocks like the Poseidon or Maximus Extreme, maybe make Poseidon a much bigger series, also offering mainboards for example. On the cooling side i'd like to have ROG themed radiators, reservoirs, or even fittings with a small ROG logo on it.

    Another thing are cables. If people can configure their Dream Machine, they should be able to customize their cables as well. There are already some manufacturers who offer cable kits for some PSUs. But wouldn't it be much better to choose the pattern yourself? I know some people who do this, but it costs alot of money and everyone who ever sleeved a whole build by hand understands the prices people ask for these hand made sets, also it takes a while til you receive your cables. This option should would be great imho, even if you pay extra, people who want their Dream Machine will pay for this premium part.

    I'll add some more ideas later

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    Top ROG Fan of 2016 Array adiath PC Specs
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    Can i write idea about ROG peripherals here? I also want a ROG Joystick! Gaming gear isn't complete without a joystick. For sport gamers (Fifa, PES, NBA) and racing gamers, joystick become an important main weapon. As end users and fans of ROG, i want all my gaming gear have ROG label. Another big gaming brand already have joystick line up, so i hope Asus will make ROG Joystick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahz View Post
    Thanks for sharing your feedback, to me it seems like wifi on motherboards gets overlooked but in fact there are a lot of people who prefer using wifi over LAN connection. Maybe you can also share where you have your system situated in your house, why you prefer wifi over LAN, and what you use your system for other than gaming.
    I am actually in the process of building my system now which is why I have suggested this! I live in a two story home and my modem is on the first floor. My computer is upstairs and on the other side of the house. My house isn't very big but trying to run ethernet from where my modem and router are downstairs, to where my computer is upstairs, would be quite a big project. So in my case, for convenience, just being able to connect to the internet using wifi would be much simpler.

    I plan on using my computer for some gaming, software development, streaming videos, and just browsing the internet. I have good wifi throughout my home and I am not an intense gamer so if my latency is slightly higher than what I could be getting with a hard wired connection, I can live with that. For everything else I am going to use it for, there will be no noticeable difference regardless how I am connected.

    Even though I am not the most intense gamer and plan on using this for a lot of things other than gaming, I still am super interested in the ROG Strix boards because I think they look awesome. I have a tempered glass case I am going to be using for this system and am doing my best to combine style and function to get a great performing and great looking build. Having solid wifi come included on the motherboard, like ASUS has included with other ROG boards, fits exactly with my goal. Better value and better aesthetics as the wireless connection is tucked neatly away up by the I/O.

    ROG Strix checks all my boxes and if I were going with an Intel chip my choice would be simple, Z270E. But since I am going to use a Ryzen chip (I think Ryzen 1600 in case anyone reading this is curious) I am not quite sure what motherboard to go with. So hopefully we see some ROG Strix Ryzen boards....with wifi...soon!

    Thanks again ASUS and Bahz for doing this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahz View Post
    That's a lot to read but I've thoroughly enjoyed reading all of your feedback and especially happy to hear someone mention about our desktop products. Our desktop PCs and mini-desktop PCs don't get a lot of recognition and is not often discussed about on our forum. You've used a lot of other brand products to support your ideas which is excellent and of course something we really want everyone to do more of. I know you have included some nice pictures but you can also try to post less of the similar ones and more pictures to support each point and shorten the text a little bit as your ideas are great and it would be a shame that other people may not read all of it because they get scared away by the wall of text.
    Thank you for taking the time to read. The first post was bound to be a bit lengthy. I'll try to resize pics I use as well.

    More ideas- How about a collapsible stand for the 24" 240hz monitor so it would be easy to bring to lan events? Or maybe an ROG monitor bag similar to the one Roccat had?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adiath View Post
    Can i write idea about ROG peripherals here? I also want a ROG Joystick! Gaming gear isn't complete without a joystick. For sport gamers (Fifa, PES, NBA) and racing gamers, joystick become an important main weapon. As end users and fans of ROG, i want all my gaming gear have ROG label. Another big gaming brand already have joystick line up, so i hope Asus will make ROG Joystick.
    I had a meeting with our peripheral team yesterday and they asked if anyone had any feedback or ideas for peripheral products in this thread, unfortunately we haven't, so it can start with you. There are no limitation on the ideas as long it's PC related.

    With Joystick I think it's a great time to talk about it because a lot of console games like Tekkan 7 are coming to PC, so it almost makes sense that there will be quite a bit of demand for joysticks in the near future for PCs. Better yet if the joystick is ROG themed which would help it match up to the rest of the ROG setup.

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