Asus G11CD Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 256GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 G11CD-K-UK034T - £630.97 @ buyitdirectdiscounts ebay
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Asus G11CD Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 256GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 G11CD-K-UK034T - £630.97 @ buyitdirectdiscounts ebay

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Found 19th May
SHEDDING LIGHT ON UNCOMPROMISING PERFORMANCE

ASUS G11 is designed for casual gamers who want a high performance gaming platform that doesn't break the bank.

You'll be in awe of its futuristic outer space-inspired design with Mayan-inspired elements. It has numerous LEDs spread across four areas of the chassis, including a centerpiece with customizable light effects that can showcase up to 8 million colors – so you can adjust the ambient lighting to suit the game you're currently playing.

Inside, this cutting-edge chassis houses a 6th-generation Intel® Core™ processor, and up to NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX™ 980 graphics card for exceptional processing power and visual prowess. It also features DDR4 memory, and USB 3.1 for high speed data access. It even features the exclusive Aegis II performance monitoring app to enhance your gaming experience. GameAlive lets your record gameplay, edit them, and then show them off to friends on social media. There's even SonicMaster-optimized gaming audio to completely immerse you in the game.

Powered by Intel Core processors

The latest 6th-generation Intel Core i7 processor gives you the power to take on the most demanding of tasks, allowing you to play games at the highest settings, watch videos in 4K/UHD, and even create awesome websites or 3D models for work. You get a 23% performance boost and 22% more efficiency over the previous generation of Intel processors.

Stunning NVIDIA GeForce visuals

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 graphics card found in the ASUS G11 takes gaming visuals to a whole new level. Experience the latest games in 4K/UHD, or indulge in some panoramic action on up to three HD displays. You can even add a fourth display via a HDMI connection.

More gaming, Less waiting

DDR4 SDRAM provides speeds of up to 2.1GT's — twice that of DDR3 — to give you highly stable performance. DDR4 is also more efficient, requiring just 1.2V, so you get 20% in energy-savings over DDR3. There's even USB 3.1 for double the data transfer rates of USB 3.0.

DESIGNED FOR GAMERS,
OPTIMIZED FOR EVERYONE

Advanced design with Mayan-inspired detailing ASUS G11 evokes an air of mystery, thanks to its futuristic outer space-inspired design. With its menacing red and black color scheme, and Mayan-inspired markings, it radiates the power and performance that lies within.

LED effects

You're immediately drawn to the three red “flames” on the flanks of the ASUS G11, before your gaze moves on to the 8-million color customizable LED effects that dominates the center of the front chassis face. You can create ambient lighting to suit the game you're currently playing; or you can use Pulse mode – with emits a soft pulsing glow that makes it seem that ASUS G11 is slowly getting ready for its next battle.

ASUS-exclusive AEGIS II Utility

Theexclusive Aegis II system performance monitoring app enhances your gaming experience; helping you track CPU/memory use, download and uploadstatus, and automatically warns you if the system exceeds temperature and voltage thresholds. GameAlive lets you record and edit gameplay videos to share your frags on social media. Boost Launcher automaticallyfrees up CPU and RAM resources to ensure smooth gameplay.

SonicMaster-optimized Gaming Audio

Lifelikevisuals aside, the best gaming desktops take your gaming experiences further with immersive audio. Through a unique mix of hardware and audiotuning software, SonicMaster brings you right into the fight. Whether you're using a headset or listening through speakers, you'll be right inthe fight - gunshots ring out, explosions reverberate and even footsteps become auditory cues on the digital battlefield. ROG AudioWizard sound processing gives Gaming Desktops with an additional layer of audio enhancement; with up to five customizable modes you can easily switch on-the-fly.

- Windows 10 Home - ASUS recommends Windows 10 Pro. or other editions available
- 7th Generation Intel® Core™ processor and NVIDIA® GeForce® 10 series graphics for unstoppable WQHD gaming
- Customizable ASUS Aura lighting effects with pulse mode
-Exclusive ASUS AEGIS III to track system parameters, monitor temperature and voltage thresholds, and control fan speed and light effects
- Spectacular cooling performance and low-noise design
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hyper_pm7 m ago

It is faster than a GTX1060! GTX 970 has roughly the same (or a tiny bit …It is faster than a GTX1060! GTX 970 has roughly the same (or a tiny bit better) performance as a GTX 1060



I said it's faster than a GTX1060 6GB.

GTX970 is a little slower than a GTX1060 6GB though.
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"Shedding light on uncompromising performance"
I think gtx980 is somewhat of a compromise.
To be fair it's a little more powerful than a GTX 1060 6GB, at this price would you be expecting more?
konkywonky9 m ago

To be fair it's a little more powerful than a GTX 1060 6GB, at this price …To be fair it's a little more powerful than a GTX 1060 6GB, at this price would you be expecting more?


It is faster than a GTX1060! GTX 970 has roughly the same (or a tiny bit better) performance as a GTX 1060
hyper_pm7 m ago

It is faster than a GTX1060! GTX 970 has roughly the same (or a tiny bit …It is faster than a GTX1060! GTX 970 has roughly the same (or a tiny bit better) performance as a GTX 1060



I said it's faster than a GTX1060 6GB.

GTX970 is a little slower than a GTX1060 6GB though.
In the real world the gtx 980 is pretty much the same spec as a gtx 1060 6gb.

The gtx 980 is a bit faster than a gtx 1060 3gb.

* unless your overclocking. The gtx 980 overclocks a lot better.
Edited by: "richyjwill" 19th May
Either way the gtx 980 will be plenty for gaming.
I couldn't live with that case though. Fair price otherwise
Good price and the 980 will be great for 1080p 60Hz. I doubt I could build something cheaper with similar GPU. The thing that lets it down for me is the i5 7400, this by today’s current levels an entry level cpu paired with a mid-high tier gpu.
Edited by: "stuellis" 19th May
980 is a great budget GPU. Not a bad spec at all for the money.
Hmm, where does it say GTX 980? As far as I can tell it's a GTX1050.

It's advertised as a GTX 10 on eBay and the model number for the PC says GTX 1050.
Garble4 m ago

Hmm, where does it say GTX 980? As far as I can tell it's a GTX1050.It's …Hmm, where does it say GTX 980? As far as I can tell it's a GTX1050.It's advertised as a GTX 10 on eBay and the model number for the PC says GTX 1050.


It says in the description gtx 980 mind you it also says 6th gen Intel core processor. Confusing.
Garble5 m ago

Hmm, where does it say GTX 980? As far as I can tell it's a GTX1050.It's …Hmm, where does it say GTX 980? As far as I can tell it's a GTX1050.It's advertised as a GTX 10 on eBay and the model number for the PC says GTX 1050.


It does say 980 in the description but you do have a point.

It would be worth clarifying before ordering.
After checking product number this actually has a gtx 1050 not a gtx 980 so not hot at all
Simon_E19th May

After checking product number this actually has a gtx 1050 not a gtx 980 …After checking product number this actually has a gtx 1050 not a gtx 980 so not hot at all


Hah, back to my point.
This does appear to be the model with the 1050, going by the product number. That being so, places like laptopsdirect have the G11CD-K-UK034T for £579 (though said company sometimes has three different specs for the one product they are selling, as in the spec listing says one thing, though the product title listing says something completely different and the text about the product says something different, still) something that Amazon, some eBay sellers and others are guilty of, too. It's infuriating. As others have said, above, confirm the spec with the vendor, if you can.
Confusing description; says 6th gen processor at the top and 7th gen at the bottom; graphics card is different in the text than in the title.

No mention on motherboard so not sure if you could add to the ram or not.
Good Price TBH!
Nice toaster
Got this at my work on clearance for £250
Dillz_51 m ago

Got this at my work on clearance for £250


Thanks for letting us know.
How does a 980 compare to an old Amd Radeon 7970 ???, would it just be swapping like for like ?
Thought this was a memory stick at first
ajaxdevelopers8 h, 53 m ago

How does a 980 compare to an old Amd Radeon 7970 ???, would it just be …How does a 980 compare to an old Amd Radeon 7970 ???, would it just be swapping like for like ?


7970 is A.K.A. R9 280X. (at least, thats what is became with very minor tweaks).
GPU Tier chart here;
tomshardware.co.uk/gpu…tml

The GTX 980 IS considerably better than a 280x (difference is 280x will run hi-very high in new games 60 fps,980 will run ultra with headroom,its faster than a 1060 6gb)

These Asus machines arent 'Bad'. every gaming rig they have built I have never seen a bad review or heard of any common fails. The power supply is 500w.
Asus listed gpu support is

NVIDIA® GeForce GTX980 4GB GDDR5
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX970 4GB GDDR5
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX960 2GB GDDR5
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX950 2GB GDDR5
AMD® Radeon R9 380 2GB GDDR5
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX1080 8GB GDDR5X
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX1070 8GB GDDR5
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX1060 6GB GDDR5

(You can add RX to that,no problems)
which backs 500watts up.
If I was going to buy one of these I would swap out the cpu for an i7 6700/ 6700'k'.
This is an Asus machine,remember.It has asus board and asus bios support.

{The 7th generation Intel® Core™ i5/i7 Processor
The 6th generation Intel® Core™ i5/i7 Processor}

The 6700/ 6700'k' is ~ £45 cheaper used than the 7XXX versions and performs about the same.
A 6700/k and gtx 980 is a serious 1080p rig, good for several years.
The 6700k is about £180 on ebay, you would get ~£85 for the i5 7400.
I am adding heat to this deal for once, its difficult to even do this rig performance with low end off the shelf parts. I know this machine will likely need a psu after a year or 3 but its a go-er.
Off the shelf asus gaming desktops have always been under rated, Asus give 3 years warranty on practically everything.
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 20th May
Dillz_9 h, 13 m ago

Got this at my work on clearance for £250


gpu worth about that even now.
kjfrazer11 h, 15 m ago

Confusing description; says 6th gen processor at the top and 7th gen at …Confusing description; says 6th gen processor at the top and 7th gen at the bottom; graphics card is different in the text than in the title. No mention on motherboard so not sure if you could add to the ram or not.


Motherboard is actually made for the pc model ( G11CD-K-UK034T) by asus, if the rest of their off the shelf gaming boxes are to be gone by.
This is backed up on the site with a support list of cpu's and gpu's available as options.
Which is why it can get a bit fuzzy.
(https://www.asus.com/Tower-PCs/G11CD/)
obviously the next letters refer to orderable variants.
To end the 980 vs the 1060 debate, the 980 beats out the 1060 on most areas but the 1060 has more RAM and a higher clock speed: gpuboss.com/gpu…060

Not that it matters as this thread has pointed out this rig probably contains a 1050 still, figured plugging GPUboss could help some people in future
Addikt3 h, 15 m ago

To end the 980 vs the 1060 debate, the 980 beats out the 1060 on most …To end the 980 vs the 1060 debate, the 980 beats out the 1060 on most areas but the 1060 has more RAM and a higher clock speed: http://gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-980-vs-GeForce-GTX-1060Not that it matters as this thread has pointed out this rig probably contains a 1050 still, figured plugging GPUboss could help some people in future


Clock speed is Irrelevant, cross generations. 4 gig Vram is fine for 1080p.
More is a waste,as Ncrappier knows.
(GPU BOSS is as much use as a chocolate fireguard in every use case in history).
As I did actually look earlier, this machine was shipped with gtx 950 - gtx 1080 cards. The vendor here states GTX 980, so I would expect that is what you would get.
(Not like its uncheckable)
Plugging GPU BOSS is like asking your 10 yr old sister to set up your electronic engine management system turbo wastegate controls.
To use your language;
The 980 beats out the 1060 IN EVERY GAME, but some prat might think other numbers are important.
GPU boss could help daft people make more chronic mistakes in the future, if they listen to newbs.
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 21st May
so is it a i5 or i7 description can't make its mind up
description has been updated fromNVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10
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