ASUS ROG Strix G15DK Gaming PC (AMD Ryzen 5-5600X/1TB SSD/16GB RAM/GeForce RTX 3060)
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- 3.7GHz AMD Ryzen 5-5600X octa-core processor with 16GB DDR4 RAM gives you high octane performance that can handle the toughest games of its era
- 1TB solid state drive (SSD) provides plenty of storage for your games, media, and other data
- 12GB NVIDIA GeForce RTX3060 graphics card with ray-tracing technology produces astonishing visuals that look as realistic and detailed as ever
- Integrated Wi-Fi 5(802.11ac) and 10/100/1000 Ethernet port for connecting to wired and wireless networks
- Integrated 2x2 dual band Bluetooth 5.0 for pairing with compatible devices such as smartphones, wireless headsets, and more
- Top handle on the cabinet tower lets you easily carry your setup to a gaming party or a LAN party
- Four USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports, two USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports, one USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port, one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A port, one VGA port, one DVI-D port, one PS2 port, three audio ports, and one HDMI port for connecting flash drives, external hard drives, smartphones, multiple monitors and several other peripherals
- VR Ready gaming PC is capable of playing virtual reality games that take you to a whole new dimension of realism
- AMD B550 Chipset sound card offers rich audio quality that matches the visuals
- Pre-installed with a bilingual Windows 10 Home operating system that comes with many improved features and performance boosts
- Wired keyboard and mouse combo included for added convenience
Inputs & Outputs
- User E-Manual
- Warranty Card
- Wired Keyboard
- Wired Optical Mouse
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Of the 28 reviewers who responded, 24 would recommend this product.
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- Specification not accurate- November 22, 2021
In the description, it says that the processor is an octa-core (8), in fact it is an hexa-core (6). It is stated that there is 2 x PCIe 3.0. They are unusable since they are underneath the graphic card. The third one is used for the graphic card itself. The result, there is no available PCIe slots for expansion. It is also stated that there's 2 M.2 slots for storage. In fact, only one can be used for storage. The other one is under the graphic card and holds the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth interface. Another supplementary information, the SSD is a low-end Western Digital SN530. This is a good machine if you do not intend to upgrade it.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Good PC but be careful- November 24, 2021
Great PC for the parts but lacks in alot of areas. Cooling is bad on the case and the stock cpu fans are horrible. Will be changing mine asap. Couldve used more fans on case. Only single stick ram and not taking advantage of ddr4. GPU, SSD, and wifi card block the slots where more storage can be added. Motherboard is pretty cheap and PSU is kinda sketchy. For the price of the market right now this is a good build. Just slowly change some parts and mess with it over time and itll workout good. Pretty annoying it costs 1800 after tax and still has issues like these but with the current pc market I cant really complain.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- OK PC considering current market- December 26, 2021
Pros: 1. Good combination of CPU and GPU. 2. Can run pretty much all the games with medium to high settings with ease. 3. Very easy to setup and get running. Pretty much plug and play. Cons: 1. Ryzen CPUs run hot and the cooling on this PC is atrocious (loud and not very effective). Any gaming will take the temp to 80C and above followed quickly by CPU throttling. I had to change the cooling to Noctua 92 mm cooler (case is too thin to fit a 120mm cooler) . The case design leaves a lot to be desired and I expected more for 1800 CAD. 2. Cheap 500w power supply. 3. One stick of 16GB ram (upgrade to dual band).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Poor Cooling- November 26, 2021
Decent parts for the price. Bought mine as it would allow for good 1440p gaming. First thing noticed, low end single channel DDR4 used. CPU temps were running consistently above 70 degrees at idle, over 80 under load followed by thermal throttling. Decided to swap cases as this thing is terrible in terms of airflow and cooling. Bought a new case, upgraded the ram to dual channel, bought a new power supply too as the 500w one that came with the original case was not leaving much room for expansion in the future. Now I get 35 degrees CPU temps at idle, 45 under load. Everything performs as expected. I only recommend buying this if you have the knowledge or know how to swap cases and upgrade a couple of the sub par parts. Considering the cost of GPU's these days, even with the upgrades and new case, I still paid a reasonable price for the performance.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- Great PC for the price- November 25, 2021
I have always built my PCs but for the past 2 years getting parts at a reasonable price has been impossible. So I got this one since my old PC is in dire need of being upgraded. I initially got the G10DK and to be frank it is very tight for space, this one seems much better for air circulation and overall area. It is about 3" bigger than the other so that is not surprising. ASUS makes decent motherboards, although I wouldn't call this one the top of the line. The description as other reviewers has pointed stretches the boards capability, there is only a single m.2 slot, the other is behind the motherboard. (as near as I can tell) The extra pci slots are hidden, you can use a PCI riser cable to make them accessible though as the case dwarfs this motherboard. Speaking of the case did I mention it was huge? I big hangle to throw the thing around it is really nice, the motherboard is a mini atx, but this case could fit a fullsized board without issues. There is no metal cover, you have to use the glass one, which is fine I guess - it just faces the wall so I dont really care to much about the leds, but some may... There is a mount for a single HDD at the bottom of the case, however this case has the room to mount 3 3.25 drives there if you really wanted to. I cut an old computer HDD rack and shimmed it in there and was able to mount 3 HDD in there. There are 4 open SATA connectors so easy to hook up all my drives. There is also a comm port (unused) at the bottom of the board. My only beef is that the memory is only compatible with 16G sticks (max of 64G), which strikes me as a weird restriction since the motherboard reports it is a B550 which typically are up to 128G Final thoughts - great desktop for me. No problems dual-booting into manjaro, with proprietary drivers. Ill have to explore under the graphics card to see what is all there yet. Good potential for CPU upgrades in the future and other little bits. Im happyYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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