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We’ve seen the beauty of the new GX1000 ‘Eagle Eye’ gaming mouse, now let’s take a brief look at its intuitive software interface.
Complex.com recently got their hands on two screenshots of the upcoming Black Ops II, courtesy of Activision. They say “Picture speaks a thousand words” right? Click through to check them out!
The new ASUS GeForce GTX 680 based on the Nvidia ‘Kepler’ GK104 core, is definitely a force to be reckoned with. Our resident tech guru, JJ, has put together two videos detailing the performance of a single card and three together in Tri-SLI.
USB 3.0 Boost is a unique feature specially offered by ASUS allowing users to unleash the real performance of their USB 3.0 by offering two new features: an new industry standard called UASP and also an ASUS-developed method of overclocking the USB 3.0 bus called Turbo Mode, which boosts performance even when UASP-enabled devices are not available.
Check out our detailed guide to see what is behind this feature, how it delivers cutting-edge performance and how you can test it yourself!
Are you a game enthusiast who always demands the best bang-for-buck performance in games? The ASUS Radeon HD7850 DirectCU II TOP firmly belongs in this segment of gaming performance, with its factory overclock from the standard 860MHz to 975MHz, and coupled with the latest DirectCU II technology it operates 20% cooler and 10dB quieter than the reference model. The guys over at VR-Zone will be able to walk you through the details in their extensive review of the ASUS Radeon HD7850 DirectCU II TOP.
Call me a perfectionist, but I like finding the most efficient way of cooling a PC with the least number of fans installed. This article is for you fellow air-cooled rig fanboy. What type of fan orientations and placements are good for an air-cooled setup, and is positive pressure or negative pressure better? We found out!
OK, as an avid gamer myself and of course a Mass Effect 3 fan boy I scoured around for you guys and found that the lovely people from Toms Hardware Guide came up with an article detailing “How well will Mass Effect 3 Run On Your PC?”