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Following previous 2013 and 2014 iF Design wins (among other Design Awards), in the 2015 iF Design Awards, ROG has yet three more to add: G20, GX500 (now superseded by the very similar G501) and Swift PG278Q (here’s the design story), among other several other ASUS products including ZenFone 2, ZenWatch, MX27A monitor, Transformer Book Chi, Zenbook UX305, Chromebook C and ASUS Smart Home System.
On March 6th ASUS ROG launches the ROG OC Showdown: Formula Series; the first overclocking event to accommodate exclusively air and water cooling, on either of the ASUS Z87 and Z97 platforms. With an open playing field, come join in to win!
Dying Light is not just another zombie game. We tested it on the G751JL and now we have to sleep with the light on..
Get into small form factor builds with ASUS ROG and In Win! Pair a new Maximus VII Impact with a unique D Frame mini and together you’ve got the start of an awesome new mini-ITX rig. Simply answer a few questions about your thoughts on mini-ITX PC builds and you’re in with a chance to win.
ASUS’ USB 3.1 motherboard line-up features new motherboards with two USB 3.1 ports installed on the PCB itself, and existing motherboards with a ASUS USB 3.1 PCIE add-in cards bundled in the package. Both are identified by the /USB3.1 suffix.
For those wanting to upgrade an existing system with USB 3.1 – that PCIE add-in card will also be available separately for compatible motherboards. Note: a BIOS update is sometimes required – see the press release for more details.
See inside for the full list of new ASUS USB 3.1 motherboards and information on the two versions of the new ASUS USB 3.1 PCIE add-in card.
USB 3.0 motherboards such as the ASUS P7P55/USB 3 were introduced six years ago in 2009, and the next generation lands now, in 2015. Known as USB 3.1 or ‘SuperSpeed Plus USB’, it can transfer up to 10Gbps – twice the performance of existing USB 3.0. Here are the behind the scenes details on the technical advances made in USB 3.1 and how ASUS USB 3.1 motherboards optimize these technologies with ASUS USB 3.1 Boost in AI Suite III to reach the real performance potential of USB 3.1.
Dying Light is a new free-running zombie game that’s not for the faint-hearted. We tested it on the G771JM and G551J and now we have to sleep with the light on..