ASUS ROG Live 2021: the dates of the event dedicated to PC Building

ASUS ROG Live 2021: the dates of the event dedicated to PC Building

Three days of next-generation PC building celebrations will be streamed live on ASUS ROG channels via YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Twitch

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) announced ROG Live 2021, online event to be held from 9 to 11 April and which over three days will explain all the secrets of PC building. The event will host the famous modders Niklas Forsberg and Tim Malmborg, which will accompany participants through various PC builds, starting from the mainstream ones to the most extreme configurations. There will also be room for ROG Rookie, an appointment dedicated instead to those who are starting to assemble their first gaming PC.

ROG Live 2021: the appointments of the event

ROG is dedicated to developing the best gaming gear in the world. In addition to creating the highest quality PC components, ROG actively supports and promotes the community of “Do It Yourself“In the PC field.

ASUS ROG Live 2021: the dates of the event dedicated to PC Building

During the ROG Live 2021 event, each build will feature the latest gaming hardware such as i 11th Generation Intel Core processors, the motherboard ROG Maximus XIII Extreme Glacial with liquid cooling system and series graphics cards ROG Strix 30. High-end builds with 11th Gen Intel Core processors will also be tested and benchmarked using some of the latest games. Furthermore, the live show includes segments and insights dedicated to: monitor ROG Swift 360 Hz PG259QNR, keyboard Claymore II, mouse The sword 3, Ryujin II 360 e ROG Strix LC II 280 ARGB. The event also offers viewers and fans the opportunity to interact with ASUS staff via the chat. And again: viewers can access the site dedicated to the event and take advantage of the exclusive ROG Live offers and promotions that will be proposed.

ASUS ROG Live 2021: the dates of the event dedicated to PC Building

The ROG Live event will also include technology quizzes, challenges and will be live streamed on ROG channels: YouTube, Facebook Twitter and Twitch.

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