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ROG Connect on your iPad or iPhone is now available for you to download. This works on all ROG motherboards that support Bluetooth ROG Connect!
The GeForce GTX 560′s reference performance is between a GeForce GTX 460 and GeForce GTX 560 Ti, although the ASUS TOP is a pre-overclocked card up to 925MHz. Check out the official unboxing video above.
The Rampage III Extreme has had a bit of a makeover – the Black Edition is, well, a lot darker than before as all the ports and sockets now don a black and dark grey coat, rather than a dash of red as well.
Firstly you’ll notice the heatsinks have also been upgraded to match the Maximus IV Extreme. If you look carefully at the VRM heatsink there’s even an ROG logo stealthily incorporated too.
Here’s ASUS’ Shamino and Andre with the Rampage III Black Edition, an Intel Core i7-990X and four GTX580 DirectCU II graphics cards.
And lots of LN2!
The G53 series represents the same quality and performance one expects from Asus’ G73 series, but in a slightly smaller form factor. It has the same keyboard as it’s bigger siblings, a smaller trackpad with dual buttons, and a 15.6″ Full HD (1080p) LED screen. It has the same CPU, an i7 740QM, but only sports 6GB of 1333 RAM, instead of 8GB.
This article is an extensive overview for you to get a better understanding on the technology behind the Crosshair IV Extreme. I have written this so that upcoming ROG enthusiasts and even the Pros can find some useful information.
This article is an extensive overview for you to get a better understanding on the technology behind the Rampage III Formula. I have written this so that upcoming ROG enthusiasts and even the Pros can find some useful information.
I have marked off all the key talking points of the board with numbers as a key to the details below in hopes to give you a better understanding of what makes this board so badass.
For ASUS P67/Z68 series of motherboards, these have adopted easy (EZ) and Advanced UEFI BIOS interfaces to suit both plug-and-play and hands-on user mind-sets.