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    Asus launches TUF desktop and laptop PCs and peripherals

    The TUF range is meant to provide reliability and performance at an affordable price.
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    Re: Asus launches TUF desktop and laptop PCs and peripherals

    Definitely got my eye on that keyboard, I am looking for an aura sync capable one that doesn't use loud "clicky" switches and also doesn't cost more than a decent SSD. Might not be as flashy as a claymore for example, but if the price is right I would be a lot happier justifying this.

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    Re: Asus launches TUF desktop and laptop PCs and peripherals

    Why the hell would you put an i7-8700 next to a GTX 1050 in a desktop?

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    Re: Asus launches TUF desktop and laptop PCs and peripherals

    Quote Originally Posted by enemys View Post
    Why the hell would you put an i7-8700 next to a GTX 1050 in a desktop?
    So you can claim the laptop has "desktop like performance" ?

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    Re: Asus launches TUF desktop and laptop PCs and peripherals

    "It can specifically withstand a torrent of liquid of up to 60ml"

    Torrent might be stretching it a bit. The design is a bit garish too IMO, hope they continue to iterate on it though.

    In the market for a more substantial splash-proof mechanical keyboard.

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