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ROG forumer, Chino, recently paired his Rampage V Extreme and Core i7-5960X with an EK-KIT X360 water cooling kit. Here’s his review and overclocking results.
Source: ROG Forum thread
Sometimes modding your ideal case is a marathon, and Project Thief was almost-3-year, long-haul build by San Diego modder, Stren, featuring two water cooled builds inside a massive CaseLabs TX10, with some beautiful wood-work neatly breaking up the metal grey. Check the full 26 page project log to see some awesome detail about this mammoth project.
Source: Project Thief
Following its recent run of awards, the Maximus VII Impact has yet again been recommended – this time by Anandtech.
If you’re looking for a bit of overclocking on a budget with a dash of ROG and ASUS features – like DIP 5 auto-tuning, LAN Guard and SupremeFX, then OC3D has taken a look at the Z97-Pro Gamer in its latest big review, eventually awarding it for [...]
Source: OC3D - ASUS Z97-Pro Gamer Review
here it is – the new Matrix GTX 980! Immediately it has dropped a new 3DMark 11 Performance result of 28557, making it one of the world’s top-performing graphics cards, and there’s still much more to come once the world’s overclockers get a-hold of theirs!
See the full spec and pics in the official press release inside.
Starting on 10th Dec, the first 40 correct entries posted in this thread get Star Citizen game codes! Simply run ROG Realbench on your AMD motherboard/graphics card and post a screenshot of the score in our entry thread.
Source: Competition entry thread
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It’s a good thing that Polish modder Bartłomiej Kurpiewski takes some great photos, because his latest water cooled Maximus VII Gene build in a Parvum S2.0 is majestic. For all the love of hard tubing in modern water cooled rigs, it’s good to see the curves back, echoing the cabling and tube reservoir in a tightly packed synergy.
Source: Parvum | Boy, photostream