ASUS ROG NUC is a Compact System for AAA Gaming

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ASUS ROG has just launched its first-ever ROG NUC PC which is packed with cutting-edge technology and performance for AAA gaming and more.

First-ever ROG NUC PC

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Gaming redefined

The mini PC is a compact gaming device with Intel Core Ultra 9 or 7 processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 or 4060 discrete graphics, offering exceptional performance and flexibility. Its 2.5-liter chassis allows quick system access and compatibility with the ROG Raikiri Pro controller.

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Packed with power

The tiny PC features Intel Core Ultra 9/7 hybrid architecture for Windows 11 and up to eight performance and efficiency cores, enhancing gaming and streaming. It also offers NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics, AI Tensor Cores, and up to 64 GB DDR5 SODIMM memory.

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Small form factor with big I/O flexibility

The compact PC is a 2.5-liter system with a modular design, flexible I/O ports, and a customizable ARGB logo. It allows easy access for upgrades, cleaning, and peripheral organization. It also features ASUS AURA Sync technology for RGB light effect synchronization.

Availability & Pricing

You can now pre-order the ROG NUC through selected partner resellers nationwide or you can click here.

ModelSpecSRP
(PHP)
ROG NUC 760Intel Core Ultra 7 155H + NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU109,000
ROG NUC 970Intel Core Ultra 9 185H + NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 GPU135,000

The first 10 customers to pre-order the mini PC will get premium ROG merchandise including an ROG Anorak shirt, an ROG cap, and an ROG crossbody bag together with up to PHP 4,000 of Steam Wallet Credits.

Moreover, you can get exclusive discounts if you get the ROG NUC together with selected ROG monitors and gaming peripherals. The promotion runs until July 31, 2024 only.

For more information, visit the ROG NUC website.

Migs Palispis
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Started his freelancing adventure in 2018 and began doing freelance Audio Engineering work and then started freelance writing a few years later.

Currently he writes for Gadget Pilipinas and Grit.PH.

He is also a musician, foody, gamer, and PC enthusiast.

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