Asus ROG GT51 is One Beast of a Gaming PC That will Make Your Mouth Water
CES 2016 is certainly not disappointing and that goes for almost all the genres of products that are being unveiled at the event. One of those is ASUS ROG GT51, a gigantic gaming PC that is made for the best games.
Among other feats, it comes with an alien-like design mixed with lighting display of up to eight million colors, a transparent side, and a classy grayscale themed with red lining. However, that is not even the start of it, the desktop computer is a 2016 CES Innovation Award winner in the Gaming and Virtual Reality category.
Alongside an air tunnel based cooling system (you can see the outlet on the front side; at the bottom where it looks like the mouth of a mechanical alien), the PC has titanium and plasma copper finish on the chassis and a rigorously designed outer body:
GT51 has an internal cooling system with a dedicated air tunnel that takes advantage of natural convection to ensure efficient heat management during marathon gaming sessions. It has an aggressively designed ATX chassis with an Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper finish, a transparent side window, and customizable lighting effects that showcase up to 8 million colors.
As far as the specifications are concerned, the Asus ROG GT51 Desktop PC packs the following:
- 6th-generation Intel Core i7-6700K processor
- Up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X (2-way SLI)
- ROG Turbo Gear
- Aegis II
- USB 3.1 Type-C port
- ROG Band for Shadow Drive
By far, Asus ROG GT51 is the biggest PC to have been shown at CES 2016 and we are still siphoning for more details on it.
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