Asus G11 Gaming Desktop Boosted By NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series GPUs

Asus has just announced its updated G11 gaming desktop. It is now boosted by Nvidia's latest GTX-10 series Pascal graphics card.

According to Tom's Hardware, the desktop comes with Aegis II software. It lets you record, edit and share gameplay content. The updated G11 system also takes advantage of Nvidia VRWorks. It enables low latency plug-and-play support for the latest VR headsets.

All three variants come with a 500W power supply unit and Windows 10 Home 64-bit operating system. They all have DDR4 memory and run on either a 6th-Gen Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor, according to VR-Zone. The G11 gaming desktop with GTX 1070 and 1080 are on sale in the US from Newegg and other major retailers.

G11 With GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070

The G11 desktop configured to GTX 1080 features Intel Core i7-6700 processor clocked at 3.4 GHz. It has 16 GB of DDR4 memory and a 512 GB SSD. It was released on Sept. 23 and cost $1,799.99. The shipping rate is $5, according to PC Gamer.

The desktop boosted by the GTX 1070 runs on Intel Core i5-6400 processor at 2.7 GHz. It has 8 GB of DDR4 and GDDR5 memory. The hard drive can hold up to 1 TB. The price starts at $1,199.99 and the shipping cost is $3.99.

It also has a built-in 80211ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, four USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 ports, two rear USB 2.0 ports, dedicated headphone and microphone ports and audio ports. This package also comes with a USB keyboard and a mouse.

G11 With GeForce GTX 1060

A G11 with GTX 1060 will be released on November 2. Though it is available to pre-order for $999.99 plus $11 shipping. It runs on the Intel Core i5-6400 processor clocked at 2.7 GHz. It has 8 GB of DDR4 memory and 6 GB of GDDR5 memory. The hard disk drive is at 1 TB.

G11 Design

The updated G11 gaming desktop has a mid-tower case. It uses customizable LEDs spread across four areas. It includes a centerpiece that can display up to 8 million colors.

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