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It took six years to make the sequel, and Snake is back in Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. We’ve tested the performance and best playable settings on the G771JM and G551JM gaming notebooks.
The Strix GTX 960 is a new performance-mainstream graphics card, with a 1,291MHz factory-overclocked GPU and 1,317MHz GPU boost clock in OC mode, giving it a 12% faster than reference boost. The Strix cooler still features the critically acclaimed 0dB design in low temperature (and power) modes, with dual fans keeping cool under heavy gaming loads. The short design and PCB is great for smaller systems, yet it still has a multitude of display connections including three DP, one HDMI And one DVI.
See the press release and gallery inside for more info.
We’re giving away ASUS Echelon gaming gear including headsets, keyboard, mice and mouse-mats between Jan 22nd to Feb 11th. The competition is open to European and Russian residents. Head over to the competition page to take part.
Source: ASUS Echelon Competition
Two key Steam Client updates in the change log caught our attention yesterday:
Added Steam Broadcasting. See http://steamcommunity.com/updates/broadcasting for more info.
Added in-game FPS counter to Steam Overlay
Two French pro-overclockers, StrategosSan and Wizerty, scored a Global First Place record in 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme, with two ROG Matrix GTX 980 graphics cards and a Rampage V Extreme motherboard, achieving a score of 16,872 marks.
As part of our giveaway to celebrate ASUS reaching 500 million motherboard sales, we’ve dug out four classic ASUS motherboards – the XP5NP5, P3B, P55T2P4D and PCI/I-486SV2! If you were building PCs in the 90’s, please share your memories in our the discussion thread and stroll down memory lane with us!
It’s not everyday that somebody can come along and create a mod truly different and with such spectacular style. SnowBlind with its laser/plasma cut Praxis (Primochill) chassis was showcased by ASUS at CES 2015.
Intel’s new RealSense technology is now available as an optional extra in the new ROG G771JM and ASUS N551JQ. RealSense integrates a set of three specialist cameras to provide depth (3D) sensing, enabling things like gesture control of apps and games, taking pictures and scanning objects in 3D and also readjusting the focus of photos after you’ve taken the picture. [...]
Source: G771JM with Intel Realsense