During Computex 2016, Asus unveiled their new modular case that has been designed to showcase what the future of DIT PC rigs might look like.
Called the Asus ROG Avalon PC, it is a chassis that has been designed to make it easier for you to upgrade and build your own computer from scratch, without hassle.
Asus explained more about the concept with the following:
Asus ROG Avalon explores a new path forward for do-it-yourself gaming machines and PCs as a whole. PCs have consolidated considerably in recent years thanks to silicon-level advances that brought more power and functionality to the CPU and chipset. Most people can get by without any add-in cards at all, and gamers typically need only one: a powerful discrete graphics card. That’s why the Mini-ITX form factor has become so popular; it delivers those core components in a much smaller footprint than traditional desktops.
While Mini-ITX helps PCs squeeze into tighter spaces, it’s still bound by the same basic principles as larger form factors. One of those is that the motherboard is separate from the chassis, a reality born from the fact that case makers usually don’t manufacture motherboards—and vice versa. ASUS does both, which enables new levels of integration that can make PCs easier to assemble and less expensive to build.
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