There's more than meets the eye with Asus' latest Republic of Gamers gaming computer. Click on the "Turbo Gear" overclocking button and watch as this high end PC physically changes, revealing ten crimson fans that help the PC's internal liquid cooling. Say hello to the Tytan.
Officially dubbed the Tytan CG8890, the computer is outfitted with an Intel Core i7 CPU (Sandy Bridge), a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 GPU, a 16GB DDR3 RAM and two 128GB SSD in RAID0. More nitty-gritty: The Tytan boats an 8-way aerodynamic thermal solution, and it can support up to four displays at once.
The Tytan doesn't have a release date or a price tag just yet, but it should cost somewhere between really expensive and really, really expensive.
Watch it transform in the above gallery.