ASUS DUAL OC GTX 1070 + ROG Swift Full HD G-SYNC Monitor
ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 DUAL OC 8GB Graphics Card + 24" ROG Swift PG248Q 180Hz OC Full HD 1080p G-SYNC Gaming Monitor
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ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Ourselves at Scan, have teamed up with legendary component & peripheral manufacturer; ASUS to offer a selection of high performance G-SYNC ready NVIDIA Graphics Graphics Cards combined with a gaming-grade high-refresh rate display packing NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, so you can unlock the super smooth fluid fps in the latest games, only G-SYNC can deliver. With NVIDIA G-SYNC enabled the days of dropped frames & screen tears are behind you – only the most immersive gaming experiences lie ahead.
Tailored to range of needs & budgets, we have 3 different bundles for you to choose from, to take your gaming rig to the next level. Featuring Top-tier GTX 10 Series Graphics Cards rammed full of exclusive ASUS innovations & technologies - they match their corresponding ASUS ROG Swift Monitor perfectly, which enables ultra-rapid refresh rates of over 144Hz, at resolutions of Full HD 1080p, & even 1440p Quad HD.
This particular bundle features the ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 DUAL OC 8GB Graphics Card paired up with the 24" ASUS ROG Swift PG248Q 180Hz OC Full HD G-SYNC TN Gaming Monitor. Features ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 DUAL OC 8GB Graphics Card Features:
• 1771 MHz Boost Clock in OC mode: For outstanding performance and gaming experience.
• Patented Wing-Blade Fans: For max air flow with 105% more air pressure.
• Perfectly matched with ASUS X99-A II motherboards: For optimised style and performance.
• Industry Only Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II: Delivers premium quality and best reliability.
• VR-friendly HDMI Ports: For immersive virtual reality experiences.
• GPU Tweak II with Xsplit Gamecaster: Provides intuitive performance tweaking and instant gameplay streaming.
• NVIDIA ANSEL: For a revolutionary new way to capture in-game screenshots.
• NVIDIA GameWorks: Provides an interactive and cinematic experience, as well as incredibly smooth gameplay.
24" ASUS ROG Swift PG248Q G-SYNC Gaming Monitor Features:
• 24-inch Full HD gaming monitor with an ultra-fast 1ms response time to eliminate smearing and motion blur.
• Astonishing overclockable 180Hz refresh rate and G-SYNC technology for super-smooth gameplay.
• ASUS-exclusive GamePlus hotkey for in-game enhancements while GameVisual for optimized visuals.
• Compatible with the NVIDIA® 3D Vision® 2 kit to open you up a world of 3D gaming (not included).
• VESA wall-mountable to save on desktop space plus ergonomically-designed stands with full tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustment.
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