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To express Intel’s new 750 series SSD as ‘super fast’ would be an understatement; it’s the closest thing you’ll get to a server-spec product in a consumer product, and the first (consumer) device to bring important NVMe into your gaming or workstation rig.
During the development the TUF Sabertooth X99 motherboard, Intel and ASUS RD together developed a new kit that lets you adapt the motherboard’s M.2 slot (yielding the necessary PCI-Express 3.0 4x) into a connector for the new 2.5″ SSD. While Intel ships the cable with it’s 2.5″ SSD, the M.2 to mini-SAS HD adapter will be known as the ASUS Hyper Kit.
ASUS is releasing a limited edition set of 20th Anniversary Golden Edition GTX 980’s to celebrate 20 years of making graphics cards. Out the box the 20th Anniversary Golden Edition GTX 980 is the.fastest.GTX 980. you can buy, with a core clock set to a whopping 1,431MHz! To put that in perspective it’s 18% higher than the Boost of [...]
Multiplay Insomnia i54 takes places at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK, from 3rd – 6th April. ASUS will be there, sponsoring several areas and supporting our retail partners and epic system builders.
Attendees will be able to play the latest games on ASUS-powered PCs with ASUS Strix peripherals on numerous booths, including OcUK, PC Specialist, CCL, Chillblast and Eclipse Computers.
If you fancy getting hands-on with the ROG Swift PG278Q G-Sync monitor then Chillblast has nine (!!) of these beauties ready to enjoy!
See behind the scenes and interviews with the modders who made the twelve Dream Gaming Machines, then tell us which is best!
Source: Dream Gaming Machine
Recently ROG invited a dozen world-class modders to build twelve Dream Gaming Machines in just 30 hours. They could be based on either the G20 (five builds) or GR8 (five builds) gaming desktops, or the G751 gaming laptop (two builds). The end result? Some truly inspired and, as you’d expect, fantastically executed creations!
But which is best?
Source: ROG Dream Gaming Machine!
The finals of Intel Extreme Masters league are held in In Katowice, south western Poland. It’s during this huge gaming event that one of the most important tournaments; Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – ESL One, takes place. We took this opportunity to interview AdreN from Hellraisers team, who participated in the tournament.
Announced at CES 2015 earlier in Jan, the EA-AC87 is now be available to buy, allowing you to bridge a wired GigE connection to WiFi at AC1800 wireless speeds from its four antenna (4×4 MIMO). It’s perfect for small form factor systems that can’t squeeze in a WiFi PCIE card, and it’s the next step up in performance and range over USB options, and the CAT5 cable can be extended further to allow placement almost anywhere.
It’s dual mode includes media bridge (for PCs or notebooks) and AP mode for upgrading existing routers. AiRadar with its universal beamforming maximizes performance and coverage reliability, reaching up to 465m2 (around 5,000ft2).
See the pics and full press release details inside.