ASUS Launches ROG NUC PC Featuring Up To Core Ultra 9 185H And RTX 4070

ASUS has introduced the ROG NUC 970 and ROG NUC 760, expanding its Republic of Gamers lineup to include NUC systems. Having taken over NUC development from Intel, ASUS has enhanced the series with powerful gaming setups that include Core Ultra 100 series processors and GeForce RTX 40 GPUs.

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The specifications are quite remarkable. The two setups feature either the Core Ultra 9 185H or Core Ultra 7 155H processors, each equipped with 16 cores, though their clock speeds vary. Alongside integrated Arc graphics, notable features include the choice between discrete GPU options: the RTX 4070 Laptop GPU or the RTX 4060.

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The ROG NUC accommodates up to 64GB of DDR5 memory, achieving speeds up to 5600 MT/s. It supports at least three PCIe 4.0 2280 SSDs for storage. The design includes Thunderbolt 4 connectivity, multiple USB ports, and offers display connectivity via HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4.

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The ROG NUC 970 and ROG NUC 760 are priced at $2199 for the Core Ultra 9 185H version and $1629 for the Core Ultra 7 155H model. These prices position them as premium offerings, and their release timing is somewhat intricate, considering Intel and AMD’s recent architectural announcements. However, given their target audience of gamers, this timing might not pose a significant concern. Here are the detailed pricing and specifications for the ASUS ROG NUC series:

– ROG NUC 970: $2199 featuring Core Ultra 9 185H, 32GB DDR5, 1TB SSD, RTX 4070.

– ROG NUC 760: $1629 featuring Core Ultra 7 155H, 16GB DDR5, 512GB SSD, RTX 4060.

Source: ASUS