$1,449.99 - $1,349.99
(as of Nov 19,2022 20:54:24 UTC – Details)
The ROG Strix G10CE is a Windows 11 gaming desktop that delivers phenomenal gaming experiences powered by the latest Intel Core i7 Processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Graphics. It’s high-performance M.2 storage offers quicker load times for your growing games library. Customize your experience in Armoury Crate, which offers Aura Sync personalization and performance optimization in a single streamlined utility.
HYPER REALISM. IT’S ON – Reach another level of pc gaming realism with the powerful 11th Gen Intel Core i7-1170 processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 (12GB) graphics with the visual fidelity of real-time ray tracing and the ultimate performance of AI-powered DLSS.
JUMP INTO THE GAME – This gaming pc allows you to store all your game library in its a high-performance 1TB M.2 PCIe SSD with Optane Memory Boosts while also boasting a 16GB DDR4 RAM to speed up game load times.
HEAR EVERYTHING – Featuring DTS Headphone:X technology, this gaming desktop delivers immersive high-fidelity 7.1-channel virtual surround-sound for home theater-quality audio through your pc gaming headsets.
MAKE THEM STARE – This 27 liters gaming computer puts critical components into a compact body and boasts a transparent side panel to see the internals illuminated by the glow of 20 LEDs powered by Aura Sync.
STAY COOL – Our prebuilt gaming pc’s thermal design features two isolated air chambers preventing heat from the CPU and GPU from warming up the power supply unit and storage drives.
UNMATCHED DURABILITY – The Strix G10CE has undergone a series of rigorous quality tests, including drop and vibration, thermal, noise, and voltage testing to ensure it meets our exacting standards, and surpasses other gaming pc desktops.
FEEL THE CONNECTION – This gaming pc desktop gives you quick and easy access to all the essentials, with two USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports and an audio combo jack in the front. Everything else you need, including the additional USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, and HDMI output, are right where you expect them to be.