Asus ROG Gaming

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ASUS ROG 3 5G Smartphone Global Version Snapdragon 865 Plus 8GB/128GB 6000mAh NFC 144Hz £341.42 delivered @ Ali Express / E-Sport Game Store
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th MayShipping from ChinaShipping from China
Customs Duty may be charged on top of the headline price. For more information, see: Processor Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 865 Plus 5G Mobil… Read more

Bummer they didn't include a 3.5mm jack in this one, but it is in the 2 and is back in the 5.


Be very carefull ordering from Amazon the wife ordered the POCO F3 8gb-256gb and when delivered there was no hand set in the box, waiting on Amazon investigation to see if she gets a refund.




as in physical size? 170mm x 78mm wide x 10mm thick.


What's the size of the phone? Can't make much sense of the Ali site?

ROG STRIX G15 G513QE NVIDIA RTX 3050 TI, 16GB, 15.6" 144HZ, RYZEN R5-5600H GAMING LAPTOP £1,008.65 Delivered @ Overclockers
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
So I've been looking for a new gaming laptop for a while now and saw this, it's only available to pre-order at the moment and I know Overclockers hasn't got the greatest reputation… Read more

I’ve never had a problem with overclockers


Agreed, the 115W 2060 also beats low wattage 3060..see my benchmarks.


Reading about them they look like they will perform well for the price


Even the 2060 is a better deal, about 9% better perforrmance than the 3050ti


Not giving Overscalpers any future business

ASUS ROG FLOW X13 AMD Ryzen 9 16GB RAM 512GB SSD Nvidia GTX 1650 13.4" 2-in-1 Laptop £1399.97 @
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
KEY FEATURES AMD Ryzen 9 5900HS Octa Core Processor 13.4" Full HD IPS 120Hz Touchscreen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB LPDDR4X RAM 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD Nvidia GeForce GTX 165… Read more

If you’re going to run an eGPU then you don’t really need a discrete GPU at all - integrated Vega or Iris Xe may be ok, it’s what the GPD Win 3 uses. But ASUS are trying to cram a lot of high power components into a small chassis and I just don’t see it ending well, it’s also very expensive. I have the Gigabyte Waterforce 3080, it’s a really good (but expensive) way to expand a laptop and work as a docking station too, even Ultrabooks can utilise it for gaming sufficiently. I agree, I’m surprised Lenovo aren’t on top of this as they’d be who I’d prefer to buy from (or Dell and HP).


All issues not because of brands as such, but because slack consumer rights. I understand that some devices are pushed above limits, but there is nothing to force manufacturers to be responsible for it. There is no punishment for over-marketing these days.... Yet like I said its great start as I always wanted 13-14" convertible with decent GPU in it to run about. Yet if you plan gaming a lot your home set up would benefit from dedicated add-on eGPU box which has 3080 gpu in it as example, so all thermals would be least of your problem. I truly believe this is the way going forward. eGPU box combination with laptop is great compromise. Asus definitely sees market niche here so its matter of time till other brands will follow. I am little surprised that Lenovo haven't been first here as they love convertibles. As for support, do agree ASUS needs to get a grip as current offers are pathetic. In our current modern world next business day on site up to 5 year options are must. But ASUS expects people to renew kit every few years due to gamer trends.... (annoyed)


Cos it's still £1400 and it's ASUS so you can bet it'll have bad thermal design and if there is a problem then you have the fun of dealing with their customer support. Tent mode might be mildly interesting but it's a fairly niche usage.


The temps in tent mode might actually be okay


Come on guys why so negative, be fair its 13" convertible with decent GPU! Price is quite reasonable, but main point be happy about is Asus tries to fulfil market demand meaning other brands will follow suit. Obviously these models will have issues, but its great start and this flip gaming mode looks great as allow decent airflow.

AWD Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB Intel i5 10600KF ASUS ROG Strix RTX 3060 12GB Desktop PC for Gaming £1201.94 AWD-IT
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
IGNORE TITLE BONUS DEAL WITHIN THE LINK. AWD Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB Intel i5 10600KF ASUS ROG Strix RTX 3060 12GB Desktop PC for Gaming Corsair 4000X 10600KF Z Board CX650FDeep… Read more

Ah that's not ideal. Mine came shipped with some expanding foam. Also the 3070 that was in my build was a dual fan card, so probably not as heavy as a 3080.


I mean whoever packed it used nothing but air pockets inside the case and then placed the whole thing with the GPU facing down in the big box. There was literally no support for a 3080 Vision so the couple of kgs it weighs wrenched it out the PCIE slot and cracked the motherboard and GPU PCBs. I sent the whole thing back to them and told them the replacement GPU can be shipped safely in its own box. They should really offer that upfront for people who are comfortable with it


I had been toying between them both today but the 3060 had sold out earlier, so I went with the 3070 before the 3060 rig came back out. Thanks though @sarden84 , its less than the Curry's deal I was looking at yesterday.


last one atm guys..


was 99.. deal is dead. might of been an error this one.

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Asus rog zephyrus g14 ga401iv nvidia rtx 2060, 16gb, 14" qhd, ryzen r9-4900h gaming laptop £1399 @ Overclockers
Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Description "ASUS ROG ZEPHYRUS G14 GA401IV NVIDIA RTX 2060, 16GB, 14" QHD, RYZEN R9-4900H GAMING LAPTOP" The ASUS Gaming ZEPHYRUS GA401IV-HA120T is just the right partner: Excellen… Read more

Terrible deal. OcUK aren't really known for good deals and this probably proves it.


An RTX 2060 Max-Q right now you should never pay more than £1k threshold to even consider it as a deal. On top of that, the QHD is only 60Hz and is paired with a Ryzen 9 which means this machine is not for gaming for those wondering it's mostly for editing and graphic design, it can game sure but you can get much better for less


A very poor deal. COLD.


2060 MAX-Q for £1.4K (shock)

AMD Ryzen 9 5900X Twelve Core 4.8GHz, ASUS ROG STRIX B550-F WIFI Bundle £629.99 at AWD-IT
Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
So just bought this myself, seems a good price considering buying the CPU alone is £589 at Scan or £578 at OCUK, especially with the motherboard too making it roughly around retail… Read more

Pre-built is the way to go at the moment unless you already have a descent GPU and need the mobo and CPU upgrade. Parts getting cheaper as no ones building much at the moment


Good luck


Edit2: Don't even bother to return it. Apparently issue no longer exists since NVM update and latest driver. More info on reddit but looks for posts max 3 months old


Hold your horses. Do some testing first. There some new bios which fixes quite a lot of things (still beta although). Installing latest drivers helps as well. I was well disappointed with 5Ghz WiFi (problem mentioned in here) - disconnections all the time Once I've installed latest official Intel drivers has been rock solid. Just finished testing by shifting few from me server, not a single disconnection. My only complain about Mobo is lack usb 3.2 type-c header (or whatever is called) for type-c socket in my case - Should check the spec a bit better


Bit of a bullshido in here isn't? Tray CPU's are proper AMD product and are exactly the same products. Just comes in bulk only and are targeted to big businesses. In one 5900x retail box you can have plenty of trays. Since this is such a high value product, imagine how easier is to shift it around the world. Just tested mine tray 5900X with few free benchmarks - result laterally bang on with what I can see online. More details for you. Down the bottom you can see product codes