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UEFI installation is primarily needed for two things. The first is getting TRIM to work under RAID using the original, unmodified ASUS UEFI BIOS (i.e. without a patched OROM) as BIOS version 3404 on the Rampage IV series has the Intel UEFI driver. The second reason is speeding up Windows boot as only with a UEFI installation you can completely disable CSM (compatibility support module).
Here we detail exactly how to setup your Rampage IV motherboard a new install of Windows 7 or 8 OS in UEFI mode.
Want more of that GTX 670 DirectCU Mini we teased earlier? Need a few pics for your news story?
See inside for full size pics of the new mini sized card, designed with its ASUS exclusive CoolTech fan.
Overclocking | Rampage IV Motherboards · 18 Mar, 2013 ·
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3DMark 11 records have been smashed by Andre Yang wielding four Titan’s and a Rampage IV Extreme!
We’ve updated our overclocking guide for our AMD fans, to cover ROG’s Crosshair V Formula-Z and the new FX-8350 CPU, overclocked to 4.8GHz. See inside the settings and specs and our advise to make it happen!
ROG has co-worked with Nvidia to produce this new GPU Analyzer for Hawken. For the mecha-nuts out there, it helps better understand how your current system will fair, and which graphics card is the upgrade path.
“..But can it play Crysis?”
The original Crysis was a graphical milestone. We take a look at Crysis 3 and compare it graphically with the original game running in DirectX10 to see what has changed over the years.
Where high-performance CPUs have dropped in power consumption, graphics cards mostly have shown the opposite trend. Their size makes it difficult to find cases to accommodate them. While Nvidia’s GTX 670 tries to buck the trend with a small 6.75″ (~17cm) PCB, it’s always fitted with a far larger cooler. ASUS has instead matched the cooler to its 17cm PCB length, which is ideal for the smallest gaming builds. Here’s a first look at ASUS’ new GTX 670 DirectCU Mini.