Eight models from ASUS
Designed for workstations
A few months ago, ASUS has revealed the full specifications of its WS X299 SAGE 10G motherboard. This model belongs to the high-end series and it's recommended for Core i9 processors. Like the previous model base on Intel X99 chipset, the upcoming WS X299 SAGE 10G sports the company's highest-grade eletrical components. Meanwhile ASUS has refreshed the WS X299 SAGE with dual 10GbE and improved VRM design.
Based on ATX form factor
With OLED displays
With 240 Hz refresh rate
Cryptocurrency mining effect
Four-port addressable RGB controller
One of the first 4K/144Hz monitors to hit the market
We were wrong as well
There has been a lot of confusion surrounding ASUS and the future for its AREZ lineup of graphics cards. When NVIDIA has ended the GeForce Partner Program, a Twitter account claiming to be an official AREZ profile and it has posted that the AREZ lineup was coming to end. However, it turns out that we will see soon AREZ products.
Since NVIDIA has killed GPP
The GPP has created a lot of bad press for NVIDIA, so much that the company has cancelled the program a couple of weeks ago. Right after the announcement of the GPP, some AIB and AIC partners already had made changes and created separate lines for their Radeon cards. For example MSI created the MECH series only for AMD products.
Paired with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 GPU
Intel's Coffee Lake six-core mobile CPUs deliver a lot of performance with only 45W TDP. ASUS has placed three heat pipes and a pair of fans in its ZenBook Pro 15 notebook, in order to cool down the powerful six-core CPU with 4.5GHz of frequency. This massive CPU has been installed inside an ultra-thin aluminum unibody chassis that's less than 2cm thick.
New identity for AMD cards
Including a tiny mini-ITX model
With Intel 8th Gen CPUs
AU Optronics is working hard on it
A few months ago, Acer announced that their Predator X27 4K HDR monitor is going to be be delayed until the first quarter of current year. We heard a similar story about the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ as well and it looks like that AU Optronics is having several issues combining together local dimming with HDR10 standard.
AMD GPUs are now under AREZ brand
A few days ago, NVIDIA has introduced the GeForce Partner Program (GPP), an initiative that should fill the gap between NVIDIA and the companies that produce add-in cards or system based on its technology. We heard that AIB partners were feeling the pressure with GPP although the program isn't mandatory for them.
First X470 mini-ITX model from ASUS
Both based on ATX form factor
A slight upgrade from the current model