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Since its reveal earlier this year, the ASUS Geforce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini has been making some serious waves in both the small form factor and gaming communities. Its reduced size, but full-fat performance make it the perfect balance for small PCs, and that’s what some of your favorite review sites say. Check out the reviews inside from the world’s top media, of this awesome little card.
AMD just launched its fastest Radeon to date: the HD 7990. If you missed out on an (faster, cooler, quieter) ARES II recently, this is the next best thing! The press release inside holds the full details.
If you’ve had your ASUS GTX 680 DirectCU II(s) a while and fancy a bit more MHz, [H] forumer chimaxi83 has a photographic guide of VGA Hotwiring and volt-modding them to your ROG Rampage IV or Maximus V Extreme motherboard, with key tips on how to do it right.
DanK puts the GTX 670 DirectCU Mini on the testing block to discover if this tiny graphics card really can drive massive performance. Everything from the PCB upgrade to the DirectPower + Super Alloy Power hardware, revised DirectCU cooler design and CoolTech fan are ASUS exclusive technologies. It’s a lot of kit crammed into 17cm.
JJ is back with another video, this time detailing the latest Nvidia graphics card: the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost. The ASUS version gets upgraded with Super Alloy Power hardware and the dual-slot DirectCU II cooler, while the only version shipping is overclocked (OC) that runs at 1,085+MHz Boost. Check out the full overview here: [...]
What happens when you take a micro ATX system, add full watercooling, a custom window, elegant lighting and a massive GeForce GTX Titan? Well you get HackJoe’s FT03 powerhouse of a LAN rig, that’s what!