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    Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    One-touch overclocking made sexy.
    Watch the show..

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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    Youve made me question my ability to pronounce words....I say Ace-us, you say A-zeus, confused! I think im now wrong haha.

    Looks like a novel idea but im not sure, what size fans are they? They look smaller than 120mm in which case its a massive fail , id much prefer a chassis to be as large as it is with the sides out (like shown) and be able to have a much larger radiator inside .
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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    Weird button? I think you mean awesome button.

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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    the awe-factor from it though does far outweigh any disadvantages .
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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    Does HeXus not have a makeup team ?
    Tarinder needed
    - better specs or no specs
    - Spiked hair
    - Better T-shirt

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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    When those fans popped out the sides I was quite literally blown away!

    I love it, when will that case hit the market.

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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    I wonder if they've built in a nice simple system to retract the doors and drop the clock if they encounter resistance while opening, i.e. the dog is asleep next to it, does it stop it overclocking or still overclock with sub-optimal cooling?
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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    It looks like one of the Transformers!

    Badass!

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    Re: Tarinder gets mesmerised by ASUS's ROG Tytan desktop

    Very cool idea, but also just adds more things to go wrong. You KNOW one day when you hit that button the sides won't open.

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