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The Striker GTX 760 with pre-overclocked GPU and 4GB double memory has just launched, and we’ve broken one down to detail its new features for you. Starting with the design, the ROG team constructed the angular shroud around the DirectCU II style cooler underneath, with its 10mm heatpipes interweaving around the design. Airflow and cooling [...]
If you’re gearing up to add a new Matrix to your system, you can follow ITLabs unboxing video or our gallery inside to see more!
Whether your flavor is Lite, Doge or other, crypto coin mining requires reliable, stable hardware to generate successful hashes with minimal downtime. ASUS R&D team put the TUF Sabertooth through the rigors of long-term coin mining tests, to prove its technologies are an advantage for 24/7 operation.
Lauren from TastyPC gets her hands on the ROG Poseidon graphics card for a bit of unboxing, spec breakdown and ultimately some water cooled testing!
The ROG Front Base is a control panel that fits in two 5.25-inch bays within your PC case. While the OC Panel is aimed at more extreme users, with its liquid nitrogen-styled support for features such as VGA Hotwire and Subzero Sense, the Front Base is aimed at gamers who [...]
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.
KitGuru has got their hands on the ASUS Z87-Deluxe SATA Express test kit, and put it through its paces with early performance numbers created using an ROG RAIDR Express (since there’s no official SATA Express hardware yet available). Hit the link for the full preview.