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Tom Logan at OC3D gets one of the first Maximus VII Formula and takes us through unboxing and an overview of the new kit. Grab a beverage, sit back and watch above.
The official pics and words from ASUS on the Swift PG278Q can be seen inside.
SupremeFX 2014 is the new audio standard packed in ROG motherboards. An evolution from last year’s SupremeFX 2013 series, this year it focuses on refining the design and overhauling the software supplied. Sonic SenseAmp detects front panel headphone impedance and automatically adjusts the built-in amp; while the onboard Sonic SoundStage button provides an easy way to apply the best [...]
Got questions about the new ROG Swift PG278Q WQHD, G-Sync gaming montior? We’ve got lots of additional details inside!
Guide: Update Your Maximus VI Or ASUS Z87 Motherboard With USB BIOS Flashback For Devil’s Canyon 4790K, 4690K CPUs
ASUS Gaming Motherboards | Maximus Motherboards · 19 Jul, 2014 ·
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If you’ve already got or just recently bought a Maximus VI or ASUS Z87 motherboard and have bought a new Intel Core i7 4790K or 4670K CPU dubbed ‘Devil’s Canyon’, or even a new Pentium Anniversary Edition G3258 CPU, then it’s likely your PC won’t boot straight out the box! This is because you need to update the BIOS to the latest version to give support for these new CPUs on the older Z87 platform.
Using the USB BIOS Flashback you can update the Z87 BIOS to the latest version, providing support for Devil’s Canyon without first needing an ‘original Haswell’ CPU.
ROG Forum member Praz has helped provide this helpful guide.
The Maximus VII Formula is about to arrive in a retail store near you! Packed to the gills with top-notch hardware like CrossChill Copper (yep, this years’ is 100% copper cored), mPCIe Combo III, SupremeFX Formula 2014, an updated ROG Armor design, two SATA Express ports and much more.
Look out for the limited edition Watch Dogs bundle as well!
See the full details in the press release and gallery inside.
It’s dead easy pump up your notebook or gaming rig with a USB sound card, and the new pocketable sized Xonar U5 with 5.1 surround, S/PDIF, mic and headphone sockets fits the bill perfectly. See the gallery inside as well as the PR for full details.