ASUS have today revealed their latest desktop to become the successor to the Tytan G30, called the G70 the new gaming PC features a similar case to that which was featured in the G30, but now includes some upgraded specs.

At the top of which is the new water-cooled 4th gen Intel Core i5/ i7 processor, which will allow for one-touch overclocking.

A NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 with 3GB GDDR5 RAM will also be included, as well as 4GB of dual-channel DDR3 RAM that can be upgraded up to 32GB.

There’s also space for up to 15TB of storage in total, and a 256GB SATA SSD, that will sit close to the optical drive which can be selected as either a Super-multi DVD burner, Blu-ray combo or a Blu-ray writer.

In terms of audio, the G70 is fitted with 7.1 channel technology, with ASUS’s SonicMaster technology in-built, there’s also the option to add a Xonar Phoebus sound card on top.

However in my opinion, its defiantly the case that makes it, you can check out the full specs for the PC at the source link.

The ASUS  Tytan G70 will begin shipping worldwide from July 31st.

Source Republic of Gamers

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