Taipei, Monday, July 24, 2017 07:27 (GMT+8)
Asustek G11 gaming desktop
Photo: Company [Feb 7, 2017]

Asustek Computer has announced that its G11 gaming desktop is now available with the latest seventh generation Intel Core processors.

G11 can be specified with up to an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card. In addition, G11 features the Asustek Aegis III gaming utility for access to system features and XSplit Gamecaster gameplay recording and sharing.

Asustek Aegis III is a system-performance monitoring app that allows users to track CPU and memory use, as well as download and upload status. It lets users control fan speeds and lighting effects, and automatically sends out a warning if the system exceeds temperature or voltage thresholds. XSplit Gamecaster enables gameplay recording and editing, which can then be shared on social media. Boost Launcher automatically frees up CPU and memory resources.

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