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Thursday, 20 November 2008 10:56

Asus launches Core i7 ROG gaming PC

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New case with lots of LEDs

Asus has announced a new ROG gaming PC, although we feel that the name doesn't do it justice, as Asus has gone and called it the CG6190. Despite the lacklustre name, this system seems to pack some serious hardware, despite the press release being fairly broad in terms of specifications.

The CG6190 will come with an X58 motherboard, although we doubt it'll be the Rampage II Extreme, an unspecified Core i7 processor, up to 12GB of DDR3 RAM and a selection of SLI or CrossFire configurations. It will also be available with up to 4TB of storage.

Some of the other specifications include a 2kW dual power system (whatever that is), a custom watercooling kit, a fingerprint scanner, an Asus SupremeFX X-Fi sound solution, and let's not forget the new case with loads of LED lights going down its sides. We'll have to wait until this thing hits retail to find out what the full specifications are and we're sure it'll differ, depending on which market the system is sold in.

You can find the press release here
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