- Packaging, Specs and Accessory Box
- External Impressions Part 1
- External Impression Part 2
- Internal Impressions Part 1
- Internal Impressions Part 2
- Test Setup and Futuremark Benchmark
- Cinebench and Unigene Benchmarks
- Game Benchmarks
ROG Tytan series are full-fledged gaming systems from Asus. The unit that I am evaluating is the model: CG8565.
There’s really nothing much to say to make an introduction for ROG Tytan. CG8565 a full-fledged standard ATX sized gaming system preinstalled by Asus. The most important part to sell such systems- in my opinion, based on certain and very limited observation- are service, design, value (mostly service and value) followed by form factor. One of the issue that prebuilt configuration that one will never stop seeing is “Will the warranty be voided if they upgrade such systems” and usually, it does void the warranty.
Alienware has X51- a much smaller form-factor and therefore much smaller room viz. limited to certain upgrades within a particular dimension- like graphics cards (for some reason, some people comparing it with an Xbox 360). However, Alienware India’s Product manager did tell me a few months ago that the end user can change the graphics card, memory kit and even the processor post-purchase (should he require to do so) and the warranty will not be voided- unless there is physical/burnt damage.
Moving on to this unit for evaluation, we’ll see how she does