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Asus Rog Ga35 Review: A Great PC Gaming System

Asus Rog Ga35 a Graphics card is the most significant component of a PC gaming system. This is the key portion of the setup that will make or break it, and it’s in charge of making all of your games seem amazing. The more powerful the graphics card, the higher as well as smoother the frame rates, the higher resolution you can operate at, as well as the better looking your games will be. Asus Rog Ga35 contains an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card. This NVIDIA GPU is capable of running 996 games at a suggested level.

CPU must be next on the list. A processor in the center of your gaming pc is the brain of the operation, and it’s crucial for getting the most out of your graphics card in terms of gaming performance.

The amount of cores isn’t critical for gaming; above 4 cores, you’ll see diminishing returns; nonetheless, you’ll want to ensure that whatever you do have is running at a high frequency. The AMD Ryzen 9 3950X in the Asus Rog Ga35 Gaming Desktop PC can run at 3.5 GHz. An AMD CPU with that much power is rated to run 1000 of the most popular PC games at a suggested level.

In a gaming desktop, the amount of RAM is also important. More system memory lets your PC to process big amounts of data quickly, which is critical in today’s massive open game worlds where it’s critical to have that data retrieved quickly to speed up game loading. A lack of RAM might result in stuttering frames and a bad user experience.

The system RAM on this machine is a staggering 32 GB. More system memory will help you to accomplish more intense PC tasks, such as simple video editing of your streams, but it will not speed up your gaming.

GTA V, PUBG, Red Dead Redemption 2, Apex Legends, Minecraft, as well as Fortnite – some of the most popular PC games – can all be played at a suggested setting on this pre-built gaming PC.

Asus Rog Ga35 Specification

Product TypeGaming Desktop (2020)
Model No.  ROG Strix GA35
Model: GA35DXXS99X
Operating System  Windows 10 Home  
Processor & Chipset  3rd Generation AMD Ryzen 9-3950X Processor
(3.60GHz, up to 5.0GHz with Turbo Boost, 16MB Cache),
AMD X570 chipset  
RAM Memory  32GB DDR4 3200Mhz  
Hard Drive (HHD)  2TB HDD  
Solid State Drive (SSD)  1TB M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD  
Optical Drive Type  Yes  
Built in Devices  Expansion Slots: 2 x PCle 4.0 x 16 (x16 or dual x8)1 x PCIe 4.0 x 16 (x4)
2 x PCIe 4.0 x 12 x M.2 Socket Type 2242/2260/2280/22110 storage
devices support (PCIe 4.0 and SATA modes)  
Keyboard  1 x Keyboard 1 x Mouse  
Width Depth Height27.9 cm,43.3 cm,50.1 cm
Weight15 Kg
Color OptionsBlack
Manufacturer Warranty1 Year
Graphics  NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti  
Dedicated Graphics Card  8GB GDDR6  
Wireless LAN  802.11 ac gigabit-class Wi-FiBT5.1( HW spec is BT5.1 but BT
version may change with OS upgrades.)  
Power Supply Wattage  500 W / 700W (80 Plus)  
USB  Front Ports: 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 type A, 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 type C,
1 x Mic in, 1 x Headphone out Rear Ports: 4 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 type A,
3 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 type A1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 type C,
1 x DisplayPort, 1 x RJ45 LAN, 5 X Audio Jacks, 1 x S/PDIF  
HDMI  1 x HDMI 2.0  
Audio  SupremeFX CODEC S1220A  
More Features  Software: Armoury Crate, Sonic Studio III, Sonic Radar III,
Gamecaster, Aura Sync support  
Asus Rog Ga35 Review: A Great PC Gaming With Some Clear Oversights


ASUS ROG Strix GA35 costs Rs 2,54,990 around.



G-series previous Asus Rog Ga35 does not have the taller, more typical mid-tower case design that Asus pcs have. To accommodate a dual-chamber construction, it has a stocky case shape that measures 16.5 inches long and slightly under 11 inches broad. I prefer dual-chamber casings, but Asus Rog Ga35 doesn’t seem to make good use of the available space.


Because Asus creates some of the greatest gaming motherboards on the market, I wasn’t shocked to see the GA35 come with plenty of ports. At the front of the case, you’ll find a pair of USB-C and USB 3.0 connections, as well as separate headphone and microphone inputs, which puts even more expensive devices like the Origin Neuron to shame.

Productivity Performance

The Asus GA35 is a capable computer, but the Ryzen 9 5900X is showing its age when compared to Intel’s latest and greatest. It still outperforms Intel’s 10th and 11th generation CPUs, and the single-core performance is excellent for gaming. The Ryzen 9 5950X, on the other hand, has a greater core count and the Core i9-12900K has a hybrid architecture, giving it an advantage over the Ryzen 9 5950X.

FeaturesAsus ROG GA35Custom PC (Core i9-12900K, RTX 3090)Origin Neuron (Ryzen 9 5950X, RTX 3080 Ti)
Cinebench R23 multi-core21,90727,34425,166
Cinebench R23 single-core 1,501 1,989 1587
Geekbench 5 multi-core 12,695 18,28215,872
Geekbench 5 single-core1,6921,9621,682
PugetBench for Premiere Pro1,1151,2831,088
Blender (Average in seconds, lower is better)53N/A53
Handbrake (Seconds, lower is better)584750
Asus Rog Ga35 Review: A Great PC Gaming With Some Clear Oversights

Performance In Video Games

The GA35 is made for 4K, and with an RTX 3090 under the hood, it had better be. I conducted a series of benchmarks at various resolutions, but only the 4K results with the highest graphics preset were included. This should tie performance to the GPU and leave the CPU out of the equation. However, my findings reveal some significant discrepancies.

Asus ROG GA35
Custom PC (Core i9-12900K, RTX 3090)Origin Neuron (Ryzen 9 5950X, RTX 3080 Ti)
Forza Horizon 4147 fps160 fpsN/A
Red Dead Redemption 2 73 fps 79 fps72 fps
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla69 fps66 fps55 fps
3DMark Time Spy17,35619,51117,937
Fortnite78 fpsN/A89 fps

Asus Rog Ga35 Pros And Cons

Stays cool under loudThere is no horizontal GPU option available.
The GPU in the vertical position looks fantastic.A little obnoxious
There are two USB-C connectors on the front panel.Upgrades are more vexing than they need to
SSD drives that can be swapped out quickly————-
Components of standard dimensions————
Asus Rog Ga35 Review: A Great PC Gaming With Some Clear Oversights

Our Opinion

The Asus GA35 is a beast of a gaming computer. It’s loaded with top-of-the-line hardware that performs admirably in gaming as well as productivity without overheating (though, the fan is loud). Modifications are possible, even if they aren’t always practical because it employs a standard form factor.

Read Also: Top 10 Most Significant Nvidia GPUs for 2022- A Quick Review


Making your own gaming PC is not a choice if you want one of the top gaming PCs in 2021. Prebuilt used to be a more expensive, less powerful choice than constructing your own PC, but now they’re dirt cheap because of the shortage of GPUs. That’s what the Asus ROG GA35 G35DX is about, and it’ll be a major deal in 2021.

People May Ask

How Long Will It Last?

The GA35 has a lot of powerful hardware, so it should survive a long time with what’s inside. Upgrades are always possible down the road, but the case doesn’t make them as simple as they may be.

Should You Purchase It?

Yes, as long as you’ve thought about the alternatives. The Maingear Vybe and Origin Neuron are both top-tier gaming PCs, with the GA35 sitting just below them. It still works admirably, but upgrading to Maingear or Origin is a little more simple.

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