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ROG Srix XG43UQ (Intl. viaKitguru)
Such a high resolution and refresh rate is achieved by the Display Stream Compression (DSC) technology, which can be used without chroma sub-sampling under a certain fidelity.
(ROG Strix XG27UQ)
As for ROG Strix XG17, it is a 17-inch portable competitive display, which supports up to 240 Hz refresh rate and is an excellent partner for users who like to play high frame rate games when they go out.
(ROG Strix XG17)
(XG17 and tripod)
(Rampage Extreme Encore)
After the display, let's look at the new motherboards that support Core X processors, including ROG Rampage VI Extreme Encore, ROG Strix X299-E Gaming II, and Prime X299-A II.
(ROG Strix X299-E Gaming II)
As a flagship motherboard, Rampage Extreme Encore uses 16-phase power, eight memory slots with one DIMM.2 expansion slots (which can be transferred to M.2 solid-state hard disk) and supports Wi-Fi 6 and USB 3.2 Gen 2.
ROG Strix X299-E Gaming II and Price X299-A II both use a slightly lower 12-phase power supply, but the price is more affordable.
The biggest improvement is reflected in BIOS.ASUSIts one-button over-frequency tool is improved, paving the way for 16 core over-frequency support.
Finally, two wireless game peripherals are ROG Chakram mouse and ROG Strix Go 2.4 headset. The mouse is equipped with an optical sensor and Qi wireless charging module, and integrated with a joystick, providing mobile control similar to the handle and programmable keys.
In addition to charging in wireless mode, users can also charge ROG Chakram access wires. It only takes 15 minutes to add 12 hours.
In addition to 2.4 GHz Bluetooth wireless, you can also connect ROG Strix Go 2.4 via the USB-C port to reduce latency. Unfortunately, Asus has yet to announce the pricing and exact date of sale of the above products.