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IT Lab has posted up a 2-minute video guide how to overclock to 2800MHz DDR3 using Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666MHz CL10 memory, a Core i7 4770K and Maximus VI Impact mini-ITX motherboard.
The overclock is designed to push the memory beyond its spec, yet still be stable for everyday use. Since the kit is based on Samsung K4B2G0846D chip, using the built-in profile within the Impact’s UEFI BIOS, most of the work is done for you!
After three days non-stop Extreme OC benching with support from AMD and ASUS, 8 Pack and HiVizMan broken a new world record for 3DMark Vantage in 4-Way CrossFireX, with a record score of 97484! HiVizMan commented it had taken them 3 months to do it, eventually running the R9-290X [...]
Getting to your gaming event/LAN, friends house or just about anywhere you need to haul your gaming laptop and gear can be a tough chore needing multiple bags. ROG’s two backpacks aims to fit the needs of gamer’s-on-the-go, with space for up to 17 inch gaming laptops, plus, all your gaming and personal kit.
But, what’s the difference between the ROG Nomad and Shuttle? We borrowed both backpacks to show you their relative size and a few stats inside.
Dota 2 is one of the world’s biggest competitive titles, and the UK scene is about to get bigger. ASUS ROG is proud to sponsor the ASUS ROG Dota 2 Cup, starting at Insomnia51 through Insonmia53. Multiplay UK will be hosting online qualifiers for these tournaments, open to any players living in UK and Ireland.
Source: Multiplay UK
Here’s the ROG overclocking guide for those who want to try and hit 5GHz with a Maximus VI series motherboard and Intel ‘Hawell’ Core i5-4670K or Core i7-4770K CPU, using Realbench 2 for testing and stability.
A few months in the making and, wow, the Parvum guys are slowly approaching close of play on their fully custom ATX PC mod (it’s a wonder they do any work!). This incredible PC mod in the making is centered around a Maximus VI Extreme and three GTX Titans fitted with XSPC water blocks, plenty of Kingston memory (also water cooled) and eight of Kingstons HyperX SSDs strapped to a MegaRAID card.
Source: bit-tech forums