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The ROG team has developed not one but two new Matrix cards, built on the fastest chips AMD and Nvidia have to offer: meet the Matrix R9 290X and Matrix GTX 780 Ti.
See inside for the photo gallery and first details on its new features!
The ASUS co-sponsored, Cooler Master Mod Competition 2013 winners have been announced, with some fantastic mods taking home prizes. The two winners from the tower and scratch mod competitions are shown below with their worklog links, but be sure to see the full winners list over on the Cooler [...]
Source: Cooler Master
Fitting the gap between R9 280X and R9 270X, the R9 280 (note that’s sans-X) is AMD’s performance-mainstream fighter in the graphics card market. The ASUS R9 280 DirectCU II has upgraded the stock card with its custom PCB and cooling; a dual-slot DirectCU II cooler that includes the ASUS exclusive CoolTech fan, while the Super Alloy Power hardware adds DIGI+ VRM and extremely hard-wearing POSCAP’s (polymerized organic-semiconductor capacitors) to simultaneously extend the life of the card, and increase overclocking performance.
Hit the PR button inside to see the full spec and info.
Hot on the heels of ROG’s two CES 2014 Design Awards, the Maximus VI Formula has received a 2014 iF Design Award (among 10 others from ASUS products), with iF highlighting the CrossChill hybrid thermal design, ROG Armor and SupremeFX technology key reasons behind the award.
Source: iF Design Awards
IT Lab has posted up a 2-minute video guide how to overclock to 2800MHz DDR3 using Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666MHz CL10 memory, a Core i7 4770K and Maximus VI Impact mini-ITX motherboard.
The overclock is designed to push the memory beyond its spec, yet still be stable for everyday use. Since the kit is based on Samsung K4B2G0846D chip, using the built-in profile within the Impact’s UEFI BIOS, most of the work is done for you!
The ROG Front Base is a control panel that fits in two 5.25-inch bays within your PC case. While the OC Panel is aimed at more extreme users, with its liquid nitrogen-styled support for features such as VGA Hotwire and Subzero Sense, the Front Base is aimed at gamers who [...]
ROG forumer, Gunslinger, recently cracked several world records on his Rampage IV Black Edition with 4960X under LN2 clocked at 6.4GHz (all cores). He described the experience with the R4BE inside.
Source: ROG Forums