CES 2020: ASUS Introduces New Mini ITX Case

The PC expert ASUS has introduced the ROG Z11, a new housing with exciting features. Above all, the new layout of the entire interior arouses the curiosity of PC hobbyists. Among other things, this layout allows the mainboard to be tilted by 11 degrees.

Advantages of the inclination

ASUS has chosen this layout not without reason. After all, the inclination of the mainboard has two advantages. Firstly, additional space is created for cable management. Secondly, the inclination creates more ventilation for the graphics card and thus more power for the entire system.

A real eye-catcher

The ROG Z11 is also visually convincing. For example, the graphics card is shown to advantage behind a high-quality glass front. If you decide on lighting when assembling the PC system, you will attract attention. Especially in combination with large coolers the ROG Z11 should become a real eye-catcher.

Vertical or horizontal ?

How the user finally wants to position his ROG Z11 is up to him. After all, ASUS has ensured that there is always sufficient air circulation. On the one hand, you can opt for the classic standing position. Then the airflow flows between the lid and the base. Alternatively, you can also decide to put the system down. In this case the air flows from left to right.

Combination possibilities

At this year’s CES in Las Vegas, ASUS has already presented some combination possibilities. For example, they exhibited models of the ROG Z11, which were equipped with AiO cooling including dual radiator. Here you could also clearly see a front display, which should be available in a corresponding version of the ROG Z11.

Price and availability still unknown

ASUS has not yet commented on the prices and the publication period. However, it is to be assumed that the ROG Z11 will be on the market before the end of this year.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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