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HardOCP certainly doesn’t do things by halves, and to say that they put the latest Rampage V Extreme review is somewhat of an understatement. Read it for yourself. That’s why we’re particularly pleased about receiving the Gold Award recently! Here’s a small clip from the conclusions, but we urge you to read [...]
JJ breaks down the new ROG G20, small form-factor gaming desktop in the latest video from ASUS North America. The G20 packs up to a Core i7 Processor, and full-size Nvidia desktop graphics, yet still remains a quiet and highly efficient PC, with its Eco mode dropping power down to half the average. Topic breakdown:
Mark at ASUS North America takes a look at the new G751JY. This 17.3-inch model packs a Full HD IPS display, Intel’s Core i7-4860HQ CPU and an Nvidia GTX 980M graphics card with ASUS TurboMaster GPU and combined with an ultrafast M.2 SSD for for for unparalleled gaming performance.
Source: ASUS North America YouTube
Over at ASUS PC DIY, they’ve put the new Strix GTX 970 DirectCU II on the bench to whirl Nvidia’s new 2nd gen Maxwell through some benchmarks and overclocking.
Source: ASUS PC DIY
Our friends at PC DIY have dissected and detailed the latest 802.11ac routers: RT-AC87U (and related RT-AC87R available in Best Buy, USA). It might look closer to a G-series laptop than your average router, but it seems the design begets performance as these are the worlds first routers with 4-antenna, 4-stream design with beam-forming that can max wireless throughput at a combined (2.4GHz+5GHz) 2334Mbps, and world’s fastest 5GHz at 1743 Mbps.
This best bit is, arguably, applicable to most of our homes or offices that daily connect dozens of wireless devices – everyone’s smartphones, tablets, a few laptops and PCs – to a single wireless access point. Instead of limiting everything to the slowest device, The RT-AC87U can connect at their respective best speeds.
Click the link to read how the RT-AC87 does that, and more, like thermal and efficiency testing.
Source: ASUS PC DIY