Computex: Asus ROG Tytan CG8890 Gaming PC

Computex: Asus ROG Tytan CG8890 Gaming PC

During the Asus press launch this morning, the Taiwanese company unveiled a number of computers and peripherals under their ROG line (Republic of Gamers). Of the lot, the Asus Tytan CG8890 got most of my attention. This PC is one behemoth of a gaming rig, both in design and hardware configuration.

There have been several ROG Tytan PC before but this one features their latest design and hardware configuration.

Asus ROG Tytan CG8890 specs:
Intel Core i7 3960X 3.3GHz 6-core
Intel X79 chipset
NVidia GTX 690
16GB DDR3 RAM 2133MHz
2TB SATA HDD 7200rpm
2 x 128GB SSD
Asus Xonar DX
Bluray Writer


Some parts of the system is hidden but when the Tytan spreads its wings, you’d see how cool the casing is. Check out this video to better appreciate it.

The Asus Tytan features an 8-way aerodynamic thermal solution. It also has an instant over-clocking function that does not require any rebooting. The Turbo Gear allows for over-clocking mode of 3.8GHz, 4.0GHz and 4.2GHz.

The single NVidia GTX 690 is capable of supporting up to 4 simultaneous display while the Xonar DX provides more cleaner audio output.

The 128GB dual-SSD SATA3 is configured at Raid 0 which means it splits data evenly across two drives for a much faster transfer rate and boot times.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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11 Responses

  1. fantazma says:

    please correct “over-cocking”..

  2. Turonbulaong says:

    OMG!!! *DROOOOL*

  3. Mitee de la Cruz says:

    SRP? :O

  4. Iyan Sommerset says:

    Damn. Just…damn. Still, power consumption will be impractical, I bet.

  5. Onie says:

    Any idea about the price?

  6. Remoquin says:

    Wow! xD

  7. Mr. Curious says:

    this will be a sure 6digit price tag for a rig. Just look at the dual SSD! plus the nvidia GTX 690! I think the dual SSD alone would cost you around hmm.. 30k++ ? or much more I think. Just imagine the price of it plus the price of the graphics card which is GTX 690 and look at the design of that casing! It’s really astonishing!

  8. Abs says:

    Specs scared the sh*t out of me.

  9. the grim says:

    nvidia sux balls!! they would have more capability with crossfiring radeon than nvidia rofl nvidia has looks but lacks performance in rival to amd

  10. Wigand says:

    I have never had so many problems with my PC since I began using AMD. I would prefer Nvidia anytime.

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