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The 2017 ASUS ROG Monitors
Wrap your head around this: the world’s first 35″ ultra-wide QHD (3440×1440) monitor with quantum dots, HDR, and G-Sync up to an incredible 200Hz. The ROG Swift PG35VQ‘s gargantuan curved screen and 21:9 aspect ratio will exercise your peripheral vision for immersive action without a VR headset.
The bar for realism has reached new heights, as HDR and quantum-dot technology bring graphics that are truer to life than ever before. It’s not a complete experience without G-Sync and a fast refresh rate for buttery-smooth visuals, and we’ve even added Aura Sync RGB lighting to complete your desktop experience.
The New ROG Strix monitors – the XG32VQ, XG27VQ, and XG258Q
Adaptive-Sync, otherwise known as FreeSync, joins the ROG monitor family with the new Strix series. The big daddy of the bunch is the XG32VQ, which stretches its 31.5″ panel across an 1800R curve. This has the highest resolution, at 2560×1440, and the refresh rate scales up to 144Hz.
The XG27VQ features the same curvature on a smaller 27″ screen. Its 144Hz maximum refresh rate is the same, but the resolution is 1920×1080. Speed freaks should pay close attention to the XG258Q, whose flat 25″ 1080p panel would look ordinary were it not for the insanely high 240Hz refresh rate. All three are equipped with Aura RGB lighting, and the XG32VQ can synchronize colors and effects with Aura Sync-compatible hardware.[adrotate group=”1″]
The 2017 ASUS ROG Motherboards
Both Intel and AMD have introduced their most powerful consumer processors to date. With more CPU cores and PCIe lanes, plus quad-channel DDR4 memory, these new chips look like they’re meant for servers. That’s sort of correct, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use them in a killer gaming rig.
The ROG Rampage VI Extreme
When you will accept nothing less than the best to pair with your latest Intel Skylake-X processor, the Rampage VI Extreme gives you everything the new X299 platform offers alongside a full slate of ROG enhancements.
New ROG innovations take performance, cooling, and aesthetics even further, which is exactly what want for the foundation of a dream build. Your PC will stand out in a crowd, especially with the new integrated LiveDash OLED showing real-time system info, and the potential for more complex lighting effects via the onboard header for addressable RGB strips.
The ROG Strix X299-E Gaming
The Strix X299-E Gaming is the perfect entry point when you want to match the latest Skylake-X processor with an ROG motherboard. Its ATX form allows for mid-tower builds while still offering plenty of slots, ports, and headers. Get ready for the next generation of RGB lighting with addressable LED strips, which let you control each LED individually.
The ROG Zenith Extreme
The ROG Zenith Extreme is ready for the upcoming Ryzen Threadripper processor from AMD. The server-like specs are jaw-dropping, so make you have the right X399 motherboard to match. Get ready for quad-channel DDR4 memory support and 64 PCIe 3.0 lanes for a multi-GPU system loaded with ultra-fast NVMe SSDs.
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