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Jan 05, 2017 04:47 AM EST

ASUS ROG GT51CH Is A Decepticon; GeForce GTX 1080 SLI Performance GeForce GTX 980 SLI By 60% - Check Superior Features Here [VIDEO]


ASUS launch its new ROG GT51CH at the CES 2017. ASUS new gaming PC really works like a true robot with its superior features like GeForce GTX 1080 SLI, Kaby Lake Processor and more. Aside from this superior package, ASUS ROG GT51CH has a similar face with "Transformers" Decepticon.

Decepticon ROG GT51CH

Sure enough, only fewer people would side to the Decepticons in the "Transformers" Movie but having such robot features at your command is definitely a dream come true. Agreeing to Gadget360 report, the new ASUS ROG GT51CH looks mass destruction. The beastly looking computer weighs over 50 pounds. That weight carries superior specs that specially made for hardcore gamers.

GeForce GTX 1080 SLI

The base variant of ROG GT51CH comes with a GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card, which already is a good choice since it also supports VR. However, buyers who are interested in better and more intense gaming experience, they can ask for a customized unit powered by GTX 1080 SLI. GTX 1080 SLI enables a beautiful 4K UHD gameplay. Moreover, AUS ROG GT51CH performed better than a GeForce GTX 980 SLI-equipped system in immersion tests.

Kaby Lake Processor and other features

ASUS ROG GT51CH is not only beastly in appearance but also in performance. Kaby Lake Processor enables better performance with longer battery life and more efficient gaming.

The new Core i7-7700K processor will power ROG GT51CH allowing it to support intense heavy games effortlessly. ASUS equipped its new gaming PC with 8GB of DDR4 RAM memory on board with a 256GB solid state drive. According to CNET, like with the option for the graphic cards, buyers can also maximize the memory option up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM memory paired with a 512GB of PCIe solid state drives, and a massive 3TB of hard drive.

The price of ROG GT51CH was not discloed during ASUS announcement but will be released on Summer 2017.

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