Wednesday, August 10th 2016

ASUS Announces GT51CA Gaming Desktops with GeForce GTX 10-Series Graphics

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today announced that the GT51CA gaming desktop is now available with the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics cards. This includes the top-spec NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, which delivers up to three times (3X) the performance of previous-generation NVIDIA graphics cards. GT51CA even supports up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 2-Way SLI for super-smooth gaming visuals. It is powered by a 6th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, with Turbo Gear for one-click full-core CPU overclocking to 4.6GHz without having to reboot.

The flagship NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card is designed around the new NVIDIA Pascal architecture, and is the most advanced gaming graphics card ever created. ROG GT51CA supports up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 in 2-Way SLI to create stunningly beautiful and stutter-free 4K UHD gaming worlds. In product development tests, a GT51CA equipped with a GeForce GTX 1080 2-Way SLI performed 60% better than a similar system featuring GeForce GTX 980 2-Way SLI graphics. GT51CA ran DOOM at 'Ultra' graphics settings in 4K UHD with an average frame rate of 66fps.
In addition, NVIDIA G-SYNC technology synchronizes the GeForce GTX graphics card and the monitor's refresh rate to eliminate screen tearing, and minimize display stutter and input lag to provide the smoothest and fastest gaming visuals.

Designed for gamers
ROG GT51CA is a powerful tower PC powered by a 6th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, with Turbo Gear for one-click full-core CPU overclocking to 4.6GHz without having to reboot. The system's 2133MHz DDR4 memory can be overclocked to 2800MHz for faster boot-up and game load times. GT51CA also features up to two 512GB NVMe PCIe RAID 0 solid-state drives (SSD) for data-access speeds of up to 3.2Gbps - up to six times (6X) faster than SATA SSDs.
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7 Comments on ASUS Announces GT51CA Gaming Desktops with GeForce GTX 10-Series Graphics

#1
D1RTYD1Z619
I wish the price was listed. I wouldn't mind buying a off the shelf system if it comes out cheaper than me going through the trouble of having to piece it together for roughly the same build.
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lanlagger
D1RTYD1Z619I wish the price was listed. I wouldn't mind buying a off the shelf system if it comes out cheaper than me going through the trouble of having to piece it together for roughly the same build.
"going through the trouble of having to piece it together" - I think you misspelled "the pride" or "the pleasure" with " the trouble" :D
anyhow - if it is marked as "ROG", "Alienware" or something else (special branded "for gamers") - then you can expect a hefty price premium (and with hefty I mean really you can get almost two systems like that for same money if you "going through the pleasure of having to piece it together".
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T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
welcome back btarunr!!!

your news doesn't go unnoticed!!!!
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#4
Joss
lanlaggeranyhow - if it is marked as "ROG", "Alienware" or something else (special branded "for gamers") - then you can expect a hefty price premium
And when you peek inside the case it looks like something from 10 years ago with no proper cable management and airflow.
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D1RTYD1Z619
lanlagger"going through the trouble of having to piece it together" - I think you pispelled "the pride" or "the pleasure" with " the trouble" :D
anyhow - if it is marked as "ROG", "Alienware" or something else (special branded "for gamers") - then you can expect a hefty price premium (and with hefty I mean really you can get almost two systems like that for same money if you "going through the pleasure of having to piece it together".
By piece it together I mean price hunting, ordering from a bunch of different places and then having to wait for each piece to arrive. And you can very easily buy a system from someone like Cyberpowerpc and make out better than if you make it piece by piece.
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lanlagger
D1RTYD1Z619By piece it together I mean price hunting, ordering from a bunch of different places and then having to wait for each piece to arrive. And you can very easily buy a system from someone like Cyberpowerpc and make out better than if you make it piece by piece.
oh yea - I know... life can not get much better than that (I am not joking :D)
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#7
McSteel
So, pay double for a hideously tacky case and not getting to do my own build?
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