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Over the years, the Republic of Gamers name tag has become almost synonymous with gaming. The entire journey started back in 2006 with the idea of creating a lineup of products to offer the ‘world's best gaming’ experience. Since then, the company has been creating laptops, desktops, peripherals, and other gaming gears for hardcore gamers. Asus has recently added a new member to its gaming desktop lineup called ROG Strix GA35. These are AMD Ryzen-powered machines and are available in two variants. The base variant features a combination of AMD Ryzen 7 3800X and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super graphics card and costs Rs 1,79,990, while the top of line comes with a much powerful AMD Ryzen 9 3950X and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080Ti card, which is also our review unit and costs Rs 3,49,990. Now, if you will look from the mindset of a gamer, they just don’t need a system that offers high-end or let’s say, latest and greatest innards in their desktop machine, they also … [Read more...] about Asus ROG Strix GA35 review: Simple outside, powerful inside
Tier Three Splurge: The Motherboard Next up, we’ve got the motherboard. This is another part that should be of the best quality you can get for the money you have. There are a number of options here. In general, each CPU generation comes with high-end and budget options for motherboards. And just because you went high end with the GPU and/or CPU doesn’t mean you can’t choose a budget motherboard. … [Read more...] about Where You Should Splurge When Building a PC (and Where You Shouldn’t)
Keep it cool Are the fans on your console running like wind turbines? If your game machine is stuck on a little shelf under your TV, I'm not surprised. These boxes have gaming-PC-level CPUs and GPUs inside, which can run hot. And they're based on technology that's more than seven years old, which means they've missed out on the last several generations of efficiency and performance tweaks. Why else do you think the Xbox One has a power brick the size of a pound cake? … [Read more...] about How to extend the life of your PS4 or Xbox One