Our new ASUS Garage Mod AIO Gaming Rig is an awesome sight to behold. A full AIO gaming PC with rocking components, with a beasty Core i7-8700K processor and NVIDIA TITAN X graphics card that can handle nearly anything you can throw at it on 3440 x 1440 at 100FPS without a problem.
We are now using this system as a workstation machine that can be deployed anywhere in our office: a huge 34-inch UltraWide all-in-one gaming PC. There's no tower, no separate display, just the all-in-one rig done our way. It was a big journey to get there, but we got there in the end with all of the changes we put into it. I'd love to see a new refreshed system with the same ASUS motherboard and 8700K processor, but with a new RTX 2080 Ti.
Since the new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti has its 'RTX 2080 Ti' branding in the middle of the card, it would look perfect if it was standing up like the TITAN X is on our ASUS Garage Mod AIO Gaming Rig.
For now, what do you guys think? Like it, don't like it? Enjoy the garage-style all-in-one gaming PC? Do you think we should refresh it with the new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition, or one of the new ASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards?
Some bonus photos of the ASUS Garage Mod AIO Gaming Rig:
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