ASUS' VR desktop comes with its own Eye of Sauron
Because your PC doesn't look evil enough.
ASUS has updated its GT51 desktop, on the inside at least, now that Intel's quad-core Kaby Lake processors are official. Sure, it's powerful and sure it'll push your VR experience with ease.
But let's face it, the case is probably the thing you're looking at the most. You can't escape that massive eye on the front of it.
The base model will have a GTX 1070 inside with 8GB of RAM, but if you want to spend more of your hard-earned you can put up to 64GB of RAM and two GTX 1080s in it.
And scare your children with it.
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