The Asus ROG Zephyrus G GA502 is a sleek flagship AMD Ryzen gaming laptop with Nvidia’s GTX 1660 Ti.
The Asus X470 Crosshair VII pretty much defines of a top-tier board on AMD’s AM4 platform. But is the cost justified as competitors offer similar boards?
Intel’s Core i9-9900K has pushed mid-level enthusiast motherboard pricing well into what was once considered the high-end. Can Asus’s Z390-E Gaming win this market?
The ROG Thor 1200W is Asus' new top PSU, made in collaboration with Seasonic. It features high performance and silent operation.
Team Group embraces the Asus TUF Gaming Alliance with an RGB-lighted 2x8GB DDR4-3200 CAS 16 DDR4 memory kit. How well does it compete against existing models?
It’s not cheap and it’s designed for expanded onboard storage plus overclocking. But the Maximus XI Gene packs a lot of new and interesting features.
The ROG Maximus XI Hero targets the gaming crowd with its high price and overclocking capability, but can it match any of its rivals in value?
You’ll pay a lot for the Asus ROG Strix GL12CX, but this desktop is a powerhouse gaming rig that shows games at their very best and comes with great peripherals.
Did Asus produce a true gaming motherboard for under $100? We test the Strix B360-G Gaming to find out!
The Asus ZenBook Pro 15 is a strong performer with a beautiful design, but while the ScreenPad is innovative, it’s not fully baked and contributes to short battery life.
The Asus ROG Strix Hero II has all of the necessary components for a great gaming machine, but heat and noise issues might deter some would-be buyers.
Top-notch thermal performance, digital camo styling, and reasonable pricing make this chassis a must-have for gamers after for a chassis with a custom look.
Can Asus' value-focused TUF X470-Plus Gaming set the pace for the TUF Alliance on AMD's updated Ryzen platform?
The Asus ROG Strix GL12 is an esports-ready PC with lots of ports and an attractive design, but it’s pricey for its specs.
Asus hits a gaming size and pixel-count sweet spot with the 27-inch ROG Swift PG27V. But you'll need to fiddle with settings to get the best from it.
Having tested the Z370-E, we take a drive with the cheaper Z370-F of Asus' ROG Strix subseries. Does a lower price make for a better value?
For some gamers, only a curved ultra-wide monitor will do. The XG35V packs 3440x1440 pixels in a 35” VA screen, and brings FreeSync, 100Hz refresh, and high contrast to your arsenal.