Asus ROG TYTAN gaming PCs out now

Giant desktop features one-click overclocking option and latest Nvidia graphics card; on sale across Asia for S$2,250 ($1,839) and S$5,900 ($4,825).

Asus' new line of gaming PCs are on sale right now in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Malaysia, the company announced today.

The S$5,900 ($4,825) CG8890 ROG TYTAN CG8890 and S$2,250 ($1,839) ROG TYTAN CG8480 run on the Windows 8 operating system platform. The CG8890 features a one-click overclocking option powered by its six-core Intel Core i7-3960X processor. This allows gamers to dynamically overclock the computer's processor at three different settings without rebooting the system.

The TYTAN in its monolithic glory, now out in parts of Southeast Asia.

The CG8890 also contains the Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 graphics card, a card that melds together two of the companies most powerful Kepler chips on a single board. That makes it the most powerful and most expensive in the current GeForce lineup at $1000. Coupled with a 3TB hard disk, the computer will set gamers back S$5,900 ($4,825).

The CG8480 also has a one-click overclocking feature that makes use of its four-core Intel Core i7-3770K. The computer contains an Nvidia GT640 graphics card and 2TB hard disk space. Gamers will have to fork out S$2,250 ($1,839) for the whole package.

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4 comments
fend_oblivion
fend_oblivion

The prices scare me.

 

Like the others have said, pre-built PCs are a no go. You can build a next gen worthy PC for like 800-1000 dollars.

good_evil
good_evil

"The computer contains an Nvidia GT640" My blender probably have more GPU processing power than this "gaming PC" lol. And for $1,839 you can get yourself a beast with GTX670 if assemble rig from selected parts.

Final word - never buy premade gaming rig!

s_h_a_d_o
s_h_a_d_o

"... run on the Windows 8 operating system platform"

 

Don't really see that as a selling point, myself. :|

5529319
5529319

Honestly, just got my ASUS ROG about 6 months ago...