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A redundant array of independent disks, or RAID, is a way of storing the same data in different places (where the term redundant comes from) on multiple hard disks.
There are many ways to use RAID and there are several different types of array. Some use multiple disks to increase performance – think a two or three lane road instead of single, that has to serve traffic going in two directions – while others are used to increase reliability. Additionally, there is a third type of RAID that offer the best of both worlds; all of which we’ve explained here.
Hannes has taken a CrossHair IV Extreme, a Lian Li case and plenty of BitsPower watercooling and created more than a case mod; Theory is a work of art. With attention to detail so fine that he even polished the ROG board capacitors, Theory is modding at legendary standards.
Source: bit-tech forums
Overclocking was once considered a dark and forbidden art, but no more. Now overclocking is an accepted part of computer components. From the CPU manufactures across the board (bad pun intended) and ASUS has been at the forefront of that evolution with the ROG range of motherboards. Just as the hardware used for overclocking has evolved and developed so has the manner in which overclocking is practiced.
This is a guide to show you step by step how to setup your ROG Connect and RC Bluetooth. For those of you that don’t know about ROG Connect, its pretty much the coolest invention ever! You can remotely control and overclock your system on the hardware level. There is no software tweaking through windows OS, everything is handled directly on the iROG chip changing settings in the BIOS real time!
ROG Connect on your iPad or iPhone is now available for you to download. This works on all ROG motherboards that support Bluetooth ROG Connect!
This article is an extensive overview for you to get a better understanding on the technology behind the Crosshair IV Extreme. I have written this so that upcoming ROG enthusiasts and even the Pros can find some useful information.