Riding the wave after the Nvidia launch event earlier was ROG with their Meta Buffs lineup!
As Nvidia announced their latest GPU lineup, ASUS ROG made a few reveals of their own. Say hello to the Meta Buffs line of the republic, which happen to also include their RTX 30-series cards.
Strix RTX 30-series
Headlining the show, of course, are the new Strix RTX 30-series cards. Complete with its own triple Axial-tech fans for cooling. The center fan includes 13 blades in a full-height barrier ring while the other two comes with 11 on a half-height barrier. A majority of the 2.9-slot footprint of the cards are filled with a large heatsink.
Featuring cooling systems such as the MaxContact technology and Super Alloy Power II build components. Of course in these modern times a computer component is never complete without RGB. As such, the new Strix RTX 30-series cards will include Armoury Crate compatible and customizable RGB lights.
ROG Swift PG259QN and PG259QNR Gaming Monitors
The latest gaming monitor to come out of ROG’s cooking pot is the Swift PG259QNR. A Full HD (1920 x 1080) 360Hz monitor with G-sync, Fast IPS, Nvidia Reflex Latency Analyzer, and ROG’s latest Desk Mount Kit. The PG259QN, on the other hand, forgoes the Reflex Latency Analyzer and Desk Mount Kit for lowered costs.
ROG Swift PG329Q Gaming Monitor
If 1080p ain’t enough for you, well then meet the Swift PG329Q. This one is a 32-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) 175Hz monitor with Fast IPS and Nvidia G-Sync. We’re also getting ASUS’ Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync, and some pretty intense color certifications (DCI-P3 98% and sRGB 160%)
ROG Strix XF 120 cooling fan
Just in case you are in need of some new case fans, here’s the Strix XF 120. This 4-pin 120mm fan delivers 62.5 CFM airflow and 3.07mm H20 static pressure, allowing it to be used in radiators, CPU coolers, or just general case cooling. You’ve got an operating range of 250 to 1800 RPM and automatic shutdowns when set to 0% PWM duty cycle.
ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 Gaming Router
The famous Rapture gaming router receives an upgrade in the form of the GT-AXE11000. Now packed with WiFi 6E or in simpler terms, 6Ghz connectivity. Increasing options for users thanks to its tri-band design (2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz). Inside the hood is a quad-core 1.8GHz 65-bit CPU and 1GB of RAM all covered in a dedicated cooling system. The traditional “spaceship”-like design is still here as the router maintains its signature 8 antennas. Of course, the logo is also RGB, because why not right?
ROG Strix Scope RX Keyboard
ROG joins the likes of Razer and Logitech as they have now developed their own mechanical switch, the ROG RX Red Optical Switches. The brand is promising near zero debounce delay, consistent wobble-free keystrokes, and a 100-million keypress lifespan. The first to sport these switches is the Strix Scope RX. Yet another addition to the already jam-packed Scope line.
The keyboard itself is covered with an alloy top and has IP56 water and dust resistance. There’s also a USB 2.0 pass through for device charging and external storage. As with all the other Strix Scope keyboards, this one is compatible with Armoury Crate.
ROG Keris Wireless Mouse
On the blue corner, weighing at just 79 grams, ROG’s latest wireless gaming mouse, the Keris. Kidding aside, the new wireless peripheral sports a flexible tri-mode connection (2.4GHz, Bluetooth LE, wired USB). The Keris uses ROG’s very own Micro Switch offering a 70-million-click lifespan. Changing these switches when they wear out is easy thanks to a push-fit switch-socket design. DPI maxes out at 16,000 then you have 400 ips and 40 g acceleration. The side buttons are swappable and comes in different colors, plus the logo and wheel are also RGB.
ROG Delta S Headset
Comlpeting the peripheral trifecta is the new ROG Delta S gaming headset. Featuring hi-fi-grade ESS 9281 CODEC with QUAD DAC and Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) technology. The Delta S also comes with ASUS’ AI noise-canceling mic built-in. Then, of course, you have a customizable circular RGB lighting that supports Aura Sync and a unique soundwave lighting feature that flashes in tune with a user’s voice.
ROG Scabbard II mouse pad
Last but not least, the ROG Scabbard II mouse pad. An extended pad featuring nano-coating that repels water, oil, and dust. Providing gamers with an optimal, and clean, gliding sufrace.