Asus ROG Strix Gaming PC - Iron Grey model: GL10CS-BH552-CB

Asus ROG Strix Gaming PC - Iron Grey

Quick Description

This gaming PC will let you enjoy most PC games out there, including quite a few recent Tripple-A titles. A few upgrades could help to make it even better at a later date (Memory comes to mind as a low-effort, low-cost project which could make a pretty big difference, especially with creative tasks and multitasking).

As a factory-built system, you do not have a full range of options to upgrade your rig, but most common projects are doable.

Other Considerations

Here are a few things about this stationary computer which could come as a surprise. For each point, you will find how to fix it (if it's an issue) and how much to budget for it. Not every point below will be a concern, but hopefully, we can keep your surprises to a minimum.

Frequently Discounted. This device gets discounted on a regular basis (55.56% of the time to be exact).

Input Devices not included. Which usually means you will have to supply your own Keyboard and Mouse. You might already have a set from your previous computer. Otherwise, you will have to buy new ones. $40+

Speakerless. This stationary computer needs external speakers to play sounds. Your options are to hook it up to a TV or a monitor with built-in speakers, use external speakers or a headset.$30+

No Camera or Microphone. If your plans include skyping with family members or playing with your friends online, you would need a webcam or, for best results, a headset and microphone.$40+

Screenless. If you don't already have a monitor from your last computer, you could connect this stationary computer to a TV or get a new monitor.$120+

No Optical Drive. If you still use CDs, DVDs, or Blu-Ray disks on a regular basis, you will need an external drive to read them with this stationary computer.$30+

Assuming you are starting over fresh, you can expect to spend $330 on accessories.

Currently out-of-stock everywhere I've looked.

It was last seen on 2020-09-30, priced at $1049.95.

Based on 162 days of observation, the Asus ROG Strix Gaming PC - Iron Grey usually costs ~$1300 in Canada. The lowest price on record for this stationary computer is $999.99.

Scroll down to find charts comparing the Asus ROG Strix Gaming PC - Iron Grey to similar devices, to see how well it runs your favorite apps and to find where it can be bought from.

Pricing

History

Here's how this device has been priced up to now:

Sorry, this stationary computer is currently out-of-stock for every Canadian retailer I've looked at.

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Specs

Here's how the Asus ROG Strix Gaming PC - Iron Grey ranks compared to similar devices. The more stars there are, the better (except for the price row).

The Meaty details

The Specs

Operating System: Windows
Processor: Intel Core i5-9400
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650
Memory: 8.00 GB
Storage: 1 TB + 256 GB (~1.25 TB)
Screen Size: No built-in screen.
Dimensions: 18.00 × 43.00 × 42.80 cm
Weight: 8.001 kg

The features

  • Upgradable and Maintainable
  • RGB Lighting
  • Fixed storage: Solid State (very fast)
  • HDMI
  • Multiple Monitor Support
  • USB 2
  • USB 3.1
  • USB Type-A
  • Ethernet 10
  • Ethernet 100
  • Ethernet 1000 (Gigabit)
  • 3.5mm Stereo jack
  • Bluetooth 5
  • Wi-Fi a
  • Wi-Fi ac
  • Wi-Fi b
  • Wi-Fi g
  • Wi-Fi n
  • 3.5mm Headphone+Microphone combo jack
  • DVI
  • Analog Surround Sound Output
  • Fixed storage: 72000+ RPM hard drive (fast)

Repair / Upgrade Options

Score Ease of Maintenance
Memory Upgrade6/10A technician can help you with that
Data Storage6/10A technician can help you with that
Graphics Upgrade6/10A technician can help you with that

Want more details concerning repairs and upgrades options for this products?

Official Support Page for this Product

What it's capable of

Here are the tasks this computer can handle and how easily it'll breeze through it. A 5-star rating means it should handle the task at a professional level, a 1-star rating means it can do it, but it likely won't be a pleasant experience.

Activities it will handle

  • Web & Communication

    The basics 5/5
    Design Websites 4/5
  • Audio & Visual medias

    The basics 4/5
    Music Production 3/5
    Drawing and Illustrations 5/5
    Photo Editing 3/5
    Video Editing 3/5
  • Texts & Numbers

    The basics 5/5
  • Video Games

    Casual and Mobile Games 3/5
    Enthusiast Games 1/5
    Triple-A Video Games 1/5
  • 3D and CAD

    The basics 1/5

Programs, Apps and Games it will handle

Activity ratings are good but sometimes, you want to be absolutely sure your next purchase will be able to run a specific piece of software.

A 1 star rating means the program'll be usable (according to the developer's own definition; some are more demanding than others); 3 stars mean recommended specs are met with this device; 5 stars will means you will have plenty of overhead to handle uncommon uses of that program like mods, plug-ins and more.

Web & Communication (4 / 4)

Texts & Numbers (9 / 9)

Drawing and Illustrations (11 / 12)

Audio & Visual medias (4 / 4)

3D and CAD (9 / 9)

Music Production (8 / 11)

Photo Editing (6 / 6)

Video Editing (9 / 13)

Enthusiast Games (59 / 61)

Video Games (9 / 11)

Triple-A Video Games (63 / 71)

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