ASUS ROG made tons of announcements in Computex 2018 with products such as the ROG Phone and the Scar II and Hero II notebooks. Some new products, however, are a bit hidden. Concealed in a corner of the ROG booth lies the ROG Dominus.
The ROG Dominus was equipped with an unnamed Intel processor. We assume that the processor was an unnamed 28-core, 56-thread CPU that was shown in Intel’s Computex press conference. The Dominus has a 14 x 14-inch EATX form factor, support for 6-channel DDR4 memory, and a 16-phase VRM design. To deliver power to the processor, the board comes with two 24-pin ATX connectors and two 8-pin EPS pin connectors.
We’ve yet to get the full specifications of the ASUS ROG Dominus as well as its release date. Although we expect that we’ll get more information in the coming weeks.