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- 28" 3840 x 2160 UHD 4K SuperSpeed IPS Display 144Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms (GTG) Response Time Smooth Gameplay with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro Studio Grade VESA Display HDR400 and 94% DCI-P3 (120% sRGB) Color Gamut Control multiple devices with KVM GIGABYTE Classic Tactical Features with OSD Sidekick GIGABYTE Auto-Update, 2 x 3W Speakers Ergonomic Design with Tilt and Height Adjustments TÜV Rheinland and Eyesafe Certified for Low Blue Light & Flicker-Free VESA Wall Mount Compatible 100 x 100mm 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, 2 x HDMI 2.1, 3 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB Type-C Power cable/HDMI cable/DP cable/USB cable/QSG/Warranty card HDMI 2.1 supports consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X at 4K UHD@120Hz (4:2:0)
- Steel / Tempered Glass ATX Full Tower
- E-ATX/ATX/Micro ATX / Mini ITX
- 2 x USB 2.0 / 2 x USB 3.0 / Audio In & Out (HD) Front Ports
- 2 x Fan speed controllers included to control top fans. 1 x RGB controller included to control RGB lighting.
- V1.7 ARGB controller hub support/sync with motherboard. V1.7 ARGB hub connects to +5V 3pin ARGB socket on M/B, under RGB M/B, provides personalized colorful configuration to gamer, multichannel RGB equipment support lighting synchronous altering.
- Water cooling ready - top and front can fit up to 360mm water cooling radiator
- Support up to 455 mm VGA card
- Magnet dust filter x top/bottom - easy clean
- 27inch 2560x1440P Gaming Display
- 240Hz refresh rate and 0.5ms response time
- Acer HDR350
- DCI-P3 90% color Gamut
- AMD Freesync Premium Technology
- HDMIx2, DisplayPort, Speaker
- Powered by NVIDIA DLSS3, ultra-efficient Ada Lovelace arch, and full ray tracing.
- 4th Generation Tensor Cores: Up to 4x performance with DLSS 3 vs. brute-force rendering.
- 3rd Generation RT Cores: Up to 2x ray tracing performance.
- Axial-tech fan design features a smaller fan hub that facilitates longer blades and a barrier ring that increases downward air pressure.
- A 2.5-slot design maximizes compatibility and cooling efficiency for superior performance in small chassis.
- 0dB technology lets you enjoy light gaming in relative silence.
- Dual ball fan bearings can last up to twice as long as sleeve bearing designs.
- Intel LGA 1700 socket: Ready for 12th&13th Gen Intel Core processors, support PCIe 5.0,and out of box Windows 11 ready.
- Comprehensive connectivity: 2.5 Gb & 1 Gb onboard Ethernet, three M.2 slots, Thunderbolt header support and a USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 front panel connector .
- Next-gen performance: 12+1 power stages rated for 50 amps, PCIe 5.0 ready.
- Optimized thermal design: A massive VRM and chipset heatsink, aluminum M.2 heatsinks, six 4-pin PWM fan headers and an AIO pump header.
- ProArt gives you more: Two-Way AI Noise Cancelation for clear online communication and ProArt Creator Hub with CreationFirst for one-stop system control.
- Advanced security management: USB port restriction, software blacklisting and Windows Registry protection via ASUS Control Center Express.
- Advanced security: USB port management, software blacklisting and Regedit on/off controls via ASUS Control Center Express.
- Trusted stability: Tested for 24/7 operation, validated for extensive compatibility.
- ATX12V v2.4 / EPS12V 2.92
- Full Modular
- 80 PLUS PLATINUM Certified
- 100 - 240 V 47 - 63 Hz
- Single +12V Rail Mode: +3.3V@30A, +5V@30A, +12V@100A, -12V@0.8A, +5VSB@3.5A
- Water cooling ready – front and top up to 240mm water cooling radiator
- Advanced cable management design - 19mm
- Advanced bottom-mounted power supply design
- Top mounted IO ports - USB 3.0 for up-to-date high speed data transfer
- 6 fans capability (3 x 120mm ARGB fan x front, 1 x 120mm ARGB fan x rear pre-installed) provide great cooling and gaming performance
- PWM V1.62 ARGB (Rainbow) controller hub support/sync with motherboard. V1.62 ARGB hub connects to +5V 3pin ARGB socket on M/B, under RGB M/B, provides personalized colorful configuration to gamer, multichannel RGB equipment support lighting synchronous altering.
- Magnetic dust filter at top/bottom - easy clean
- Support up to 155mm CPU cooler
- Support up to 340mm VGA card
- AMD B550
- Supports AMD Ryzen 5000 Series / 5000 G-Series / 4000 G-Series / 3000 Series / 3000 G-Series Processors* * Not compatible with AMD Athlon Processors. * BIOS update might require for AMD Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 Series CPU. Refer to ASRock website for CPU support list.
- DDR4 4733+(OC) / 4666(OC) / 4600(OC) / 4533(OC) / 4466(OC) / 4400(OC) / 4333(OC) / 4266(OC) / 4200(OC) / 4133(OC) / 4000(OC) / 3866(OC) / 3800(OC) / 3733(OC) / 3600(OC) / 3466(OC) / 3200 / 2933 / 2667 / 2400 / 2133 (AMD Ryzen series APUs (Cezanne & Renoir))* DDR4 4533+(OC) / 4466(OC) / 4400(OC) / 4333(OC) / 4266(OC) / 4200(OC) / 4133(OC) / 4000(OC) / 3866(OC) / 3800(OC) / 3733(OC) / 3600(OC) / 3466(OC) / 3200 / 2933 / 2667 / 2400 / 2133 (AMD Ryzen series CPUs (Vermeer & Matisse))* DDR4 3333+(OC) / 3200(OC) / 2933 / 2667 / 2400 / 2133 (AMD Ryzen series APUs (Picasso))* * For Ryzen Series APUs (Picasso, Cezanne and Renoir), ECC is only supported with PRO CPUs.
- IPS FHD 1920 x 1080
- 75 Hz
- 16.7 Million (8 bits)
- Height: 0 ~ 110mm Pivot: -90° ~ 90° Swivel: -30° ~ 30° Tilt: -5° ~ 20°
- 1 x HDMI 1.4 / 1 x USB-C (DP Alternative)
- SPCC / Aluminum / Tempered Glass ATX Mini Tower
- 2 x USB 3.0 / 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C / HD Audio Front Ports
- 2 x 3.5" HDD (or SSD) Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
- · Sleek Design: Build an elegant office style system or a simple performance gaming PC within this versatile, compact and sturdy steel/plastic mini case
- · Spacious Interior: Equipped with four expansion slots, one internal 3.5" drive bay, three internal 2.5" drive bays and supports a microATX or mini ITX motherboard
- · Pre-Installed 400W Power Supply Unit: FBM-X2-400-HELIX PC case includes CE and FCC certified non-modular 400W PSU
- · Great Cable Management: Easily organize cables and wires inside the straightforward desktop PC case
- · Excellent Airflow: Includes one pre-installed 120mm fan in rear, supports two additional 120mm fans in front and two 120mm fans on top, or one 240mm radiator in the front
- With USB3.0 high-speed transfer, and see trough transparent front and side frameless Acrylic window.
- Included 3x Ring LEDs fan pre-installed for best cooling airflow and get nice blue lighting for gaming factor.
- The tool-less HDD cage is easy for the user to install HDD and hand screw for maintaining gaming system components quickly.
Computer Parts and Hardware Guide
Assembling a desktop or server workstation can be an easy and straightforward process, provided that you have all the necessary computer parts. There are several advantages to building a computer in-house, including potentially lower costs and more customizability. Below, NeweggBusiness will outline various computer parts that will be needed to assemble a system.
The processor directly affects overall computer performance, more than other components such as the sound card or power supply.
When selecting a processor, some important considerations include the number of cores, the clock speed of those cores, and the amount of cache memory.
The motherboard is the component that unifies the internal hardware. You will need to ensure that the processor, memory, and other computer parts are compatible with the motherboard.
Though the motherboard can affect system performance, it can be difficult to quantify how much of an impact it has. Several important considerations include, the maximum amount of memory supported, compatible processors, data interface standards, and expansion card slots.
Both the amount and speed of memory are quantifiable factors that directly affect computer performance. Generally, the more memory a computer has, the better it will be able to multitask. Faster memory can speed up tasks that require data to be frequently loaded and retrieved.
There are many different types of computer cases, from small portable ITX cases to larger E-ATX cases for servers and workstations.
When selecting a case, you should consider how and where the computer will be used. Also, determine if the case’s internal dimensions are adequate for the components that you plan to use.
Computer power supplies are components that connect to an electrical outlet and send power to the individual computer parts. When selecting a power supply, you will need to determine if can handle the total power requirement of all the components.
To do that, add up the power loads of all the internal components and ensure that the PSU can supply at least that much power. It is recommended that you choose a power supply well above that minimum for more flexibility.
The hard drive is a data storage device that can be used to store the operating system, programs, documents, and other important files. When selecting a hard drive, ensure that it is compatible with the motherboard as well as being large and quick enough for your needs.
Alternatively, you can use a solid state drive for increased data transfer speeds, lower noise output, and better energy efficiency.
A video card is a required component, but many motherboards already have one built-in. However, some tasks may require the use of a dedicated video card even if the motherboard has onboard video capabilities. Tasks such as 3D rendering and simulation can sometimes require the use of workstation-grade video cards.
While not required for the computer to be used, network connectivity is necessary for internet and local area network (LAN) access. Some motherboards have network adapters built into them, so separate adapters are not always required.
There are two main types of network adapters, internal and external. Internal network adapters utilize expansion slots while external variants are usually USB.
Many desktop motherboards have sound cards built-in, allowing for audio playback without the need for a dedicated sound card. However, the quality of these built-in sound cards is generally not on par with high-end dedicated sound cards. For tasks that require high definition audio playback, dedicated sound cards are usually better than onboard solutions.
An optical drive is beneficial for many uses, including backing up data, installing software, and playing multimedia content. Before shopping for an optical drive however, you should check what type of data connector the motherboard utilizes and if any are available for use.
If a pre-assembled desktop or server workstation is not within your budget, assembling one in-house can be a lower cost alternative. For underperforming desktop computers, upgrading individual computer parts may be more cost-effective than replacing the entire system.