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Since the Z87 Deluxe/SATA Express ASUS has been working extensively with Intel and SATA Express SSD chipset manufacturers in developing compatibility and performance reliability for the new standard. Today ASUS is announcing that the joint BIOS development teams have yielded a breakthrough in design, and will implement a technology that is critical for SATA Express to perform at its best — the Separate Reference Clock with Independent Spread Spectrum Clocking Architecture, or SRIS for short.
The Striker GTX 760 with pre-overclocked GPU and 4GB double memory has just launched, and we’ve broken one down to detail its new features for you. Starting with the design, the ROG team constructed the angular shroud around the DirectCU II style cooler underneath, with its 10mm heatpipes interweaving around the design. Airflow and cooling [...]
The new Matrix GTX 780 Ti and R9 290X graphics cards have a new feature called the memory defroster. It’s designed so extreme overclockers can reach new world records without having to worry about memory cold bugs. Even if you’re not into pro-OC, see the video above to watch it in action!
Hot off the heals of our Matrix unboxing, we’ve got our hands on the new Striker GTX 760 Platinum to rip open! Well, not rip, more gently manhandle.
The box is unmistakably ROG styling. You won’t miss it on the shelf. Click above to see the full gallery inside.
THREE new types of ROG graphics cards in six months? It’s raining GPUs now, and we’re swimming in awesome new designs from the MARS 760, to Poseidon GTX 780 and now the Striker 760 4GB!
See inside for the full gallery, detailed info and press release on the new gaming graphics card.
Overclocker UK’s in-house hardware guru, 8 Pack, has put together his Matrix R9 290X review, from the perspective of an extreme overclocker.
Source: OCUK forums
For many years, Intel’s Gigabit Ethernet chips have been the backbone of all ROG, and occasionally ASUS and TUF motherboards. The reason being is that it constantly showed better performance in our testing, which reviewers confirmed in their own testing too.
That performance is by no means taken for granted. Each generation the ROG team undertakes extensive benchmarks (that are user repeatable) to understand which chip is better for its audience. After all, you buy a premium brand and expect nothing less. Just because a product throws ‘gaming’ into the name, are they actually better for it? Not necessarily, which is why things should be tested and benchmarked.
This is the foundation all ROG hardware: only when its worth is proven does it get a space in the arsenal!
Microsoft DirectX 12 was recently announced at GDC 2014 (Game Developer Conference) with significant fanfare about what it aims to achieve.
See inside for our round-up of news and commentary about the upcoming software.