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If you missed the press release with the full details on the Strix GTX 980 (and Strix GTX 970), click here, otherwise an overview of the card’s design is below. Dual slot DirectCU II based cooler, with STRIX 0dB fans stop entirely [...]
The GTX 900 series is based on the new, power efficient ‘Maxwell’ core that first launched with the GTX 750 Ti. The GTX 980 and GTX 970, however, use the bigger GM204 GPU, with 2048 and 1664 cores respectively. ASUS has launched Strix GTX 980 and GTX 970 graphics cards, bringing the benefits of a DirectCU [...]
The Strix Claw is a gaming mouse designed predominantly for first-person shooters. It’s gaming-grade credentials include Japanese-made Omron switches on the top with on-the-fly DPI controls between them and three buttons on the thumb side; meanwhile the gaming-grade 5000DPI optical sensor has angle-snap-free movement. We’ve got one, and here’s what you get in the box and see what it looks like with the new Strix Glide Control and Pro mouse mats.
ASUS, ROG and Strix, AMD graphics card owners can win a Mantle-infused, Sniper Elite 3 game code. Just follow these simple steps inside. The first 50 qualifying entries get game codes!
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Rampage V Extreme and ASUS X99 series owners looking to boost performance can try tweaking the cache bus frequency, while extreme overclocking users can even exclusively boost the voltage to reach the absolute limits. The cache bus frequency is the internal interconnect that loops together CPU cores, L3 cache, PCI-Express and the memory controller together, so a speed up to this subsystem and everything that needs to talk to each other, gets the message across that much quicker!