The New ASUS ROG G20BM aims to be different , a desk-friendly machine that, like the Alienware X51 — options for a small form factor (SFF) case that means it is hardly any bigger than a games console. It has a much narrower footprint than the kind of flatter, wider cases often approval by mini-ITX builds.
ROG G20BM is designed to dominate the small form factor gaming desktop segment, and has received critical acclaim, receiving the Best Choice of the Year and Golden Awards at Computex 2014.
Specification Of ASUS ROG G20BM:
CPU: 3.5GHz AMD FX-770K (quad-core, 4MB cache, up to 3.9GHz with Turbo Core)
RAM: 12GB (2 x 6GB) DDR3 (1,600MHz)
Graphics: AMD Radeon R9 390 (2GB GDDR5 RAM)
Storage: 2TB HDD (7,200RPM)
Optical Drive: DVD R/W drive
Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 6 x USB 2.0, DVI-D dual link, DVI-I dual link, HDMI, Ethernet, 2 x headphone jacks, 2 x microphone jack, left speaker in, right speaker in, rear speaker in
Connectivity: 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
Size: 14.1 x 4.1 x 13.4-inches (D xW x H)
The ROG G20BM packs a lower-mid range GPU, the AMD Radeon R9 390, as well as a modest AMD FX-770K processing system. RAM is set at 12 gigabyte, which is 4 gigabyte, more than you need for 1080p gaming, though it runs at a relatively unimpressive 1,600MHz. The Predator G3, on the other hand, options for an Intel Core i5-6400 processor (quad-core, 6 megabyte cache, up to 3.3GHz with Turbo Boost) rather than an AMD variant.
G20 features a compact 12.5-liter case that houses a AMD A10-Series processors and AMD Radeon R9 series Graphics that give you unstoppable performance for games and home entertainment in Full HD quality.
The G20BM’s minimizes bulk comes at a couple of costs. The first is the literal cost: it will set you back $1,040 (£750 in the UK, which is around AU$1,460), far more than sum of its lower-end parts.