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Find out if you are one of the lucky winners in the Dream Gaming Machine competition, and see which three mods were voted the best!
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!
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.
Want to test out some of the latest Strix gear? Right now, you just might have that opportunity! Until the 29th of March, ASUS is recruiting 30 Test Pilots to try and test our latest Strix hardware. 30 Strix 2.0 Test Pilots will receive the new Strix 2.0 gaming headset to review and feedback thoughts, and then you get to keep it! As a bonus, the most talented/creative reviewer will even be bestowed with even more delectable Strix hardware. All you have to do is submit an online application form using your ASUS Member account (if you are not a member click here to sign up for free!).
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