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Predominately ROG engineers research performance orientated designs: Extreme Engine, OC Tools, LN2 modes, extensive BIOS tweaks etc, but aesthetics still factor highly in our fan’s purchasing decisions. The black and red livery is synonymous to the brand, and ROG has always championed an aspiring design to reflect its performance leadership. This is where the idea to ‘ink’ the PCB came from, but getting there wasn’t easy.
At the ROG press event in Computex 2014 it really is Christmas in June! We’ve just launched a heap of new hardware you’ll see over the next six months! See inside for the new list. of tech that’ll make your 2014 upgrade
The new G550JK is ROG’s latest 15.6 inch gaming notebook. Featuring a slim, aluminum design and ROG-gamer looks, a brilliant Full HD IPS display, ASUS SonicMaster Premium, incorporating ICEpower® – a Bang & Olufsen technology – and an Intel Core i7-4700HQ quad core CPU and Nvidia’s GTX 850M (Maxwell-class) GPU.
It’s time for our third annual wallpaper competition! This year’s prize is BIG! We’re talking an ASUS PB287Q 28″ 4K UHD monitor for the winner, to perfectly match the new crop of ROG 4K UHD wallpapers we want to see! See inside for the full competition details.
LANGuard is part of ROG’s design leadership in its gamer Ethernet, when combined with Intel’s latest I218-V Ethernet and ROG’s GameFirst III software. You’d think there’s not much you can do to a simple RJ45 socket, right? Well it turns out there’s plenty to upgrade, which is just what ROG engineers did!
Fancy a free keyboard upgrade?
KeyBot is a custom designed hardware IC included on on all ROG Maximus VII motherboards. It means any regular USB gaming keyboard can activate some of the special functions of ROG motherboards, perform key macros and multimedia functions.
Read inside to see the full details of this exclusive new tech.
Last year’s Hero saw it smash onto the PC gamer and enthusiast builder scene, as easily the most popular ROG board to date! It goes without saying then that 2014′s Maximus VII Hero would have a lot to live up to, so thankfully, it’s had a huge upgrade and a big splash of cool design. Have a look at the new Hero inside!