Looking to build your own PC, but don't want to deal with the hassle of part compatibility? Want to just bring your new rig home, plug in a few simple parts then turn the whole thing on? Do you want water cooling, without the hassle of setting it up? Micro Center has a solution for you:
Introducing ASUS Barebones PCs!
ASUS Barebones PCs come partially pre-built, with the power supply, processor, motherboard, and CPU cooling already installed, saving you the time and effort of compatibility checks and assembly. All you need is storage, some RAM, and a GPU and you're ready to game with the best of them!
They're also fully customizable, so if you do decide that you want to upgrade one of the pre-installed components, there's nothing preventing you from swapping everything out.
Our ASUS Barebones systems come in two styles:
The ASUS ROG Strix GA15-DK-MH501 is built in the stellar ASUS GA15 case, a case designed with cooling in mind thanks to an aerodynamic chassis and widened vents. Inside you'll find the ASUS ROG B550 motherboard pre-fitted with an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor all powered by a 750 watt 80 plus gold power supply. This barebones system is practically begging to be paired with 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 500GB M.2 NVMe, and the Radeon 6700 XT.
The ASUS ROG Strix GA35DX-MH700 takes everything that makes the GA15DK above great and then cranks it up to 11. The GA35DX case is a slightly larger case, but that size allows it to stay quieter and cooler thanks to deliberate vent placements. Peek inside and you'll find an ASUS X570 ROG Strix motherboard and AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU, fully cooled by a pre-installed water-cooled AIO, keeping this absolute powerhouse of a CPU running at peak performance. Fill the rest of the build out with 32GB of RAM, a big M.2 NVMe stick, and cap it off with the unmatched power of an AMD 6900 XT GPU.
Visit your local Micro Center today to learn more about our selection of Barebones PCs!
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