Building a PC has been a nightmare. Let’s not mince words, the supply chain apocalypse in addition to the crypto mining (re)boom, and possible (re)bust, has made building your own system prohibitively expensive... if you could track down all the components. Even before these issues, buying a prebuilt became more and more attractive as the prices System Integrators (SIs) charged started to compete with home builds.
These days, at least overseas, the cheapest and at times only way to obtain new generation GPUs was to buy a prebuilt and either use it or scavenge the parts required and sell the rest. That did not quite work in South Africa, but probably the most effective way to get a new system is to buy a prebuilt. Recognising that, ASUS have started working with various retailers in SA to offer these types of systems.
The glass panel is set at least an inch away from the fan grill, sporting space for three preinstalled 140mm fans.
The front has space for anything from a 120mm to a 420mm radiator with a maximum thickness of 90mm.
The 5200MHz clock speed of this kit couples with the CPU to give nearly unheard-of performance.
If you know anything about DDR5 RAM you know that it is as rare as hen’s teeth now, but ASUS have been able to source units for their systems.
Grumpy Old Man who still collects toys (THEY. ARE. NOT. DOLLS), PC Gamer lured to the Dark Side of console gaming, comic book reader and fan of all things pop culture.
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17 January 2022
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