Asus ROG Gaming

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Asus ROG Strix RX VEGA 64 OC edition 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £528.98 Ebuyer
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
I know it is still expensive for a graphics card and x card is coming out in y weeks, but this is the cheapest it has ever been! It is also the cheapest at the moment by ar… Read more
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I'm selling 27' Samsung curved 144hz freesync monitor any red team member interested :)


Vega 56 when it was £380 ish was the smart buy. Shame the price went up to such a ridiculous price. Wouldnt buy this at this price when nvidia 2x series due to drop.


1. You're a miner 2. You bought Freesync That's it. Although spending £100 more on a card which is worse than a GTX1080 kind of negates the premium for a Gsync monitor anyway. That and the near future of AMD actually building anything decent high end isn't exactly looking great either.


Some people like myself are with Freesync monitors, so makes sense to go Red.


why even buy this when you can get a 1080 which is better in most cases and alot cheaper

ASUS ROG STRIX GL702ZC-GC104T - £1,149.98 @ Scan
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Serious AMD gaming laptop, pretty much a desktop setup in a laptop. 17” Full HD (not 4K) 8 core AMD Ryzen 7 CPU 4GB Radeon RX580 GPU 16GB DDR4 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD I know it’s… Read more

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Wow the comments in here took a turn for the worst.


My brother has this and it is a monster. A full Ryzen 1700 is crazy good. You can use this to stream far better than anything Intel based around this price. Or video rendering etc. Heat.


Not really since the individual core speed is so much lower and most applications cannot utilise more than 4 cores at once especially games. Also saying "i7" without generation, laptop/desktop type , OC capability, or actual product number is pointless since some i7s can have a quarter of the performance of other i7s :/.

ROG Strix GTX 1080 a8g £499.99 @ amazon PRIME Exclusive
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Best price at the moment... I'm tempted to wait but I think this is a good price!
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Well they are not going to want to make an imminent release clear, unless AMD had competitive GPUs that force their hand. Why should they make it clear the new cards are imminent - it would reduce sales of their current cards and they have stock they want to get rid of... I have no evidence for this, but I just suggested waiting because this is only a relatively good price, nothing amazing. We are all still overpaying even at this price due to the markup from miners etc driving up GPU prices.


which was meant to be April, then June, then July i wouldn't count on it


Those rumours ^


August, paper launch, low volumes to retailers as it was with the 1080 release. Everyone is starting to dump their 1080Ti's for £500 +/-.


despite the CEO saying the release of new cards wont be seen 'for a long time' at Computex? there have been rumours all year and nothing has surfaced so i wouldnt personally keep waiting if you are looking to upgrade soon.

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ASUS ROG ZEPHYRUS GM501GM ( i7-8750H Hexa-Core, 15.6" 144Hz Screen, 16GB RAM, M.2 256G SSD + 1TB SSHD, GTX 1060 6GB) £1599.97 Delivered @
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Cheapest price around for this beast of a gaming laptop. GTX 1060 6GB Graphics card, RGB Keyboard, 144Hz screen with G Sync to name a few features :) Intel Core i7-87… Read more
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Oled screen !!!! (horror)


They're all pricey, though not quite as pricey as the Razer! :o And no real custom build alternatives available yet, so you're kind of limited to choosing from the pre-built options. I'm currently leaning towards the Alienware 13. That gorgeous OLED screen is calling my name <3


It is so funny the "lol gud 4 minesweeper" comments on these kind of laptops, like a GTX 1060 is no better than some crappy Intel integrated GPU. PCMR has never rung more true than it does these days.


I haven't, no. Now that you've mentioned it, I'll take a look. Razer is too expensive atm, I mean I could pick it up but is it really worth it when other alternatives are available...


Only game this would be useful for is counter strike in which it would be quite balanced between GPU and CPU. I'd rather it just had 12gb ram and put a 1070 and less SSD based storage.

ASUS ROG Strix GL502VS - GTX 1070 - I7-7700HQ £1399.97 @ Box
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Graphics NVid… Read more

i ve had this and i didnt like it. first of all i ve met a strange problem with the laptop while the laptop turned on the screen didnt till several turn off and on ,asus called it a bad bios flash and gave me another which in a 5 months time presented the same problem. finally amazon did refund me the money and we part ways with asus . while they boast specs at decent price they have some serious defects .... for a gamer perspective paying such amount of money you expect the best not a lottery. i did forgot to mention the ips glow but that is a secondary problem added as a bonus.


£1515 for a 1070 +i7 8750h + 16gb ddr4 and 17.3" screen, better in everyway for £100 more, but ok


hi.. dont think so.. just tried and got to 1,600 to quickly.. and didnt finish config. this seems like a fair deal to me.. heat added..


Yes -> i7-8750H & i9-8950HK :)


Have Intel released the 8th gen 35/45W mobile i7 CPUs yet? They have released the 15W versions but they are going to be TDP limited surely!

ASUS ROG GL503 GTX1070  i5 8GB 2TB 256GB GTX1070 Gaming Laptop £1299.99 Argos
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Core i5 7th gen + GTX 1070 + 120MHZ

It was a Dell Outlet deal. They were giving extra 20% off at that time.


Where did you get this? In their own site?


Really decent


Yeh he got it for this price. I got him to run a Heaven Benchmark and the GPU topped out at 78 degrees.


Keep us updated with the performance and heat management under heavy load, also did he get it for the same price mentioned above. Cheers

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Asus ROG STRIX RGB GTX 1080 8GB Graphics Card - £424.54 (Delivered) @ internetct (eBay)
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Retails at about £600 at Scan. Seems to be legit and a great price. 1835 MHz boost clock in OC mode for outstanding performance and gaming experience. DirectCU III with Pat… Read more

Great, I'm sorry this happened to you.


Finally got my refund today


I am on the same boat mate, already opened PayPal case but have to wait until 17th for seller to respond which is ridiculous.


Ordered one of these and as per others, no reply, no status update, auto reply email saying they've ceased trading. Waiting for the delivery date to pass so that I can raise a resolution with ebay. Disgusting how people like this can steal money and cause stress to ordinary people where amounts like this do matter. Also annoyed that there's no way to act quickly with ebay/paypal. I get that they want a process where buyers liaise with sellers, but in circumstances like this where clearly a scam has been performed surely acting quickly is the best thing to do? Feels like they're giving the person time to empty their accounts and disappear.


That's what the bounce back messages they're sending via eBay say, and is what is displayed when you visit their site:

Asus ROG GL752VY Gaming Laptop / I7-6700HQ / 24GB RAM / 1TB HDD / 256 GB SSD / GTX 980M £680 @ CeX
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price for a laptop with a 980m comes with two year cex warranty

2 year warranty makes it worth a buy I think, provided CEX's warranty is worthwhile


GPU itself will probably be fine but would expect vents to be clogged with dust as you get on high performance laptops. Whether they’ve cleaned it depends on the store as some are really good and others literally buy it off some mug for £340 and put it straight back out for £680 - sometimes with the user’s data left on it (true story)!


Could go either way, this. It's a good price for the spec but being a gaming laptop, there's a chance it's been thrashed. No amount of refurbishment is going to sort a battered GPU.


I wouldn’t risk another B-grade from CeX for laptops! I had Dell XPS 15 9550 delivered yesterday in B grade. It looked ‘off’ so I had a closer look. The hinge cover was broken, not sitting flush and the display didn’t look right, on inspection the display had deep scratches on the bottom edge and it became clear that the LCD had been replaced very badly. The bezel edging was stuck down with what looked like epoxy resin that had splurged out onto the panel itself. That was £500 which would have been a bargain but now it needs to be returned... Moral of the story, don’t buy stuff from CeX unless you can physically see it first.

ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix GD30 Gaming PC @ Currys ebay for £746.97
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
New | 1 year warranty Intel® Core™ i5-7400 Processor RAM: 16 GB @2400 MHz Storage: 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 H270 mobo 2 available. Much … Read more
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Yeah it has two hdmi ports and a display port too


Does this have a hdmi port? Can connect to Tv or not (for video/kodi)


OOS, thanks for playing :)


Picked one of these up around easter, proved itself flawless so far. Great buy


They only make one model of 1070 so the same as all that being 8GB

Radeon RX VEGA 64 ROG Strix OC 8GB HBM2 PCI-Express Graphics Card *FREE Bundle Worth £149.94 - £629.99 @ Overclockers
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Product information:Radeon RX VEGA 64 ROG Strix OC 8GB HBM2 PCI-Express Graphics Card *FREE Bundle Worth £149.94*ROG Strix RX VEGA64 gaming graphics cards are packed with exclusive… Read more
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Same card but without the bundle for £ 549.98 >>

Dan_the_man28 No bundle but £100 cheaper


Vegas 64 runs well hotter. Vega FANS go into overdrive @ 60C or more. My thing jumps from 600rpm to 3200 rpm when it hits 60c on any games. I have a nice profile for gaming, undervolt card to 1.1v and it'll run cooler.


good old OCUK price gouging again seriously don't buy from these cowboys


Agreed plus buying/building a decent PC pretty much eliminates the need for an Xbox One. Due to the fact Microsoft release there games on PC as well now and still release PC exclusives like Age Of Empires.

ASUS ROG Strix GL702 Laptop, AMD Ryzen, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD, 17.3", Black - £899.95 @ John Lewis
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Very good price for a 17" laptop in my opinion with 2 year John Lewis guarantee. Specs: AMD Ryzen RX580 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD Illuminated Chiclet Keyboard 8GB Ports : 1x Headphone-ou… Read more


would like to see thus deal lol


I think it has freesync too


RX580 will struggle to drive a 17 inch screen, it lacks the power to handle the larger sized pixels


Paid less than that for a 1070 Alienware, definitely overpriced


400 for that GPU? O_o lol


You got a very good deal, the gpu itself is around 400 and ram is around 170.


No sorry that's why I didn't post it, there was only one available on the Currys eBay page, still £1599 on their website. Maybe keep an eye out on their eBay there have been some good deals there recently


I don't suppose you have a link to that one?


Its almost identical to the one I bought last autumn. It performs great.

Asus ROG Strix gaming laptop £1469 @ AO
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Asus ROG Strix GL502 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Titanium Dedicated GeForce® GTX 1070 - play on top settings 7th gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor & 8GB RAM1TB hard drive & 256GB … Read more
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Crazy - bought this same laptop (1070 model not 1060) and with 16GB RAM from Amazon in November with the HP VR headset for £1063. There were a few amazing laptop deals with 1060 or 1070 at the time, esp if you flogged the VR headset for £250ish. 6 months later and without VR headset it's £400 more. :/ Sold the VR headset to a friend for £220 so effectively cost me £840. Using it to type this.


Brrrrr, chilly in here


Cant you get 1070 gtx lappies off ebay for around 1k now?


Seems overpriced for the specs...


How much you been paid to say that? Seeing as how my first comment replying to you was deleted

28/6 Back in Stock * Asus ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti OC edition 4GB GDDR5 with ASUS Aura Sync & G-SYNC @
Refreshed 21st MayRefreshed 21st May
One of the best GTX 1050 Ti cards made and easy to OC and runs on 75 watts! 1506 MHz engine clock in OC mode for outstanding 1080p gaming experience. DirectCU II with Patented W… Read more

Re-stocked 28/6 for anyone remotely interested (y)


Very true, after all, to buy just one star on ebay is £29, so makes the hundreds, free with this card well worth it! :D


But this has LITES ! hundreds of them , twinkling in the dark . like Stars! surely thats worth £30 of anybodys monay ? (embarrassed)


I have a older card which is similar performance, it's fine for current games but I am looking to upgrade since I've got VR my card plays VR 'decently' on many games ive tried (lowest settings, I can live too till the gen of cards but I won't recommend it) I ramble too much, anyway, it can get the job done on most things but I wouldn't recommend it it's not future proof since it's struggling with newer games


Not as bad as Hermes. Granted yodel haven't got the best rep but our local yodal man delivers stuff to my office if I'm not at home so can't fault them. I wouldn't buy from ebuyer for other reasons. If this was a low profile card like my old 750ti then it would make sense in a media centre, something where you need as little heat given out as possible. Otherwise even a crap PSU will handle a 1060 and is a good order of magnitude better than a 1050 ti. I have a 1060 3gb at home mainly for Vive gaming and a 1050ti in my work PC for the odd Lan game at lunch back when they were £130. It's a decent enough card, just with next gen just months away it's a bad time to be buying anything GPU related.

ASUS GL503VM-GZ128T ROG Strix HERO, MOBA Edition, 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop (Intel i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 120 Hz 100 Percent sRGB Display, Nvidia GTX 1060 6 GB GPU, 1 TB FireCuda SSHD and 128 GB SSD, Full RGB Keyboard) £879.97 Amazon
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Great deal for a gtx 1060 6g not an i7 but its worth it, you also receive a code for up to £149 worth of Intel Gaming offers after purchase
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Well, nobody whines here, we just having a heated debate 😄


oh man just let this whining go


Just trying to tell people that this laptop is not going to keep up with new modern titles for long.


In a nutshell it depends on what you going to play. No for open world games, strategy games and to a lesser extent some online games (I.e. Battlefield). All other games should be fine.


Erm, how about the fact that I referenced a bunch of tests that show weakness of 4 cores without HT and I did mention quite a few AAA CPU intensive games that stomps i5. Here you go another example: Comparison of 7600k vs 7700k at 4.8GHz. They are from the same architecture and with pretty much the same IPC (overclocked RAM and 2 extra Mb of cashe are not making huge difference). 7300hq is roughly 37% slower than 7600k at 4.8 GHz, while 7700hq is 30% slower than 7700k. Watch video and extrapolate from those results, unless you don't know A GCSE math 😄

ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-F GAMING Motherboard £157.29 @ Amazon
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming Intel Z370 ATX gaming motherboard with Aura Sync RGB LED lighting, DDR4 4000MHz support, dual M.2, SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.1 Gen 2 connectors. LGA1151 … Read more

I typed that exact sentence into google & nothing in relation came up, so what's the beef?


I have the B350 version of this and it's been decent so far, no issues. Heat :)


I've had the Z270-F version of this, was a nightmare board, ram incompatibility with compatible Hyper-x 2666 rams, sometimes posted, sometimes not, since the beginning, careful with this. I've chosen a slightly cheaper MSI Z370 KRAIT (black'n'white)board, and perfectly stable also 11 phase VRM, good for 5GHz+ stable overclocking.


Can you elaborate?


Beware! Absolutely rubbish VRM on this board... Just look up a VRM breakdown

XG258Q ROG STRIX 25" 1920X1080 TN FREESYNC 240HZ - £331.09 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
Price including delivery Awesome monitor this,,,,, ROG Strix XG258Q is all about speed — making it the perfect monitor for eSports and first-person shooters. This Full HD monitor… Read more
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Thankyou Andy, I did treat myself to this. It may not be for everyone. However if you have a 1080ti etc this will squeeze the etc fps which make a huge difference in battlefield one etc. You can really feel the difference. I was tempted with the Alienware 240hz on here for £249 from very. That one would of been a compromise due to the poor reviews though. This one looks a lot better physically with its red led that shines on your desk etc and is a newer model. I can understand people saying it is not IPS If that existed at this framerate it would be perfect but it does not. I would like to get a bigger IPS 4k monitor sometime to go with it, and will look out for a good deal on here. Right now this is the fastest nicest looking monitor on the planet imho and I cant wait to get it as I have waited a long time to upgrade my 165hz WHQD 27 Predator, which is great for other types of games. Finally as far as IPS goes they look lovely however suffer from screen glow etc where these do not. These can also be calibrated to look virtually identical. Thankyou for reading.


It can even have 1000hz, but we have year 2018, and 1080 TN panels for 350 quid have no reason to exist


Looks good to me, thanks for posting @justhighend4u

ASUS MG279Q ROG 27" 2560X1440 IPS FREESYNC 144HZ £440.69 @ Overclockers
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Great deal considering it is the IPS version and not the TN. £440.69 includes postage. Definitely the sweet spot for gaming right now 1440p@144hz imo.
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Orange/yellow glow in the corners affects all the IPS versions, not TN. I have the TN version.



Do you have an actual source for that? Asking because out of the ones you've listed both Samsung and LG have been panel suppliers for those companies.


You know all of these IPS 27" 1440p 144/165 Hz panels Asus, Acer, AOC are the *same*, they all come form the same OEM.


Oh I'm aware you can return with Amazon Warehouse, I think Warehouse deals are great for most products. Monitors are such potluck buying new, never mind delving into warehouse deals, though. I imagine some details are likely to get missed on the descriptions. All in all the real issue is QC though. It's sad that so many monitors (and TVs too, really, but some of these issues are more forgiving when you're sat further away) are ruined my poor QC on the manufacturers part. In the end it's a game of what issue annoys you least and you settle with that.

ASUS ROG MAXIMUS IX APEX Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £119.99 @ CCL
Refreshed 4th MayRefreshed 4th May
Surely a misprice on this model, over £100 cheaper than anywhere else and in stock. Amazon are selling for £233.79 on the exact same motherboard. Even though it's not the current g… Read more

Lots of opinions about this board but, for any novices out there, one thing that doesn't seem to have been mentioned is that this board is an eATX board (Extended ATX Form Factor) which means there is no way this will physically fit in my case and it will be the same for quite a lot of people, so check your case specs before ordering!


Oh, what I'm saying isn't wrong, what you are saying is fairly obtuse.


Indeed thats what i am waiting for running a 6600k at the mo but that is 100% in some games might as well wait it out for intels 8 core and new ryzen


I never said a word about AMD. 8600K is no brainer at the price tag You mentioned. 8350K is great way too, with future upgrade option.


An old chipset and a whole set of new Intel chip security bugs are just about to be disclosed. Buying into Intel for, of all things, a performance rig at the moment - unless you really have to - is not a good decision.

ASUS GL702VM ROG Strix Gaming Laptop (i5,  8gb RAM, GTX1060 6GB, G-Sync IPS) + Mixed Reality Headset (worth £380) £959 - £999, or laptop only after headset return £684 to £725 @ Amazon
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Good mid tier gaming laptop available in 2 screen sizes at 17.3 inches for £999 or 15.6 inches for £959, INCLUDING a VR headset worth £380+. Either HP or Lenovo Mixed Reality Heads… Read more
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Looks like only the top i7 is available which is why the price is so high


Currently unavailable, so probably expired unfortunately.


Is this still available? Prices have gone way up from those mentioned above


VR returned and refunded. Thank you OP for the deal


Someone's getting a bargain! Wish they'd done that on mine. By the way the headset I sent back weighed a ton. It was easily twice the length of the laptop! The only option I had to return it was PassMyParcel, and unfortunately the one in my town has recently closed. I ended up getting a lift from a friend to return it to the next nearest shop 2 miles away. I wouldn't like to have walked that. You may be able to arrange a collection, or Post Office for yours as it's a different make / model.

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