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Here’s the new Strix GTX 750 Ti – OC version, see the press release for the full spec, meanwhile we’ve got our hands on one to go through its box. Scroll down to see what you get when you buy: The back of the box details [...]
In the past two years ROG has re-introduced and re-invented the hybrid cooling concept for motherboards, from the 2012 Fusion Thermo on the Maximus V Formula and 2013′s CrossChill on the Maximus VI Formula, the design has continued to evolve to offer better performance and quality.
See a gamers insight with this is an unboxing review of the the new Strix Pro gaming headset by CS:GO pro, AdreN, from the ROG sponsored team HellRaisers. Russian language with English subtitles.
Tom Logan at OC3D gets one of the first Maximus VII Formula and takes us through unboxing and an overview of the new kit. Grab a beverage, sit back and watch above.
ROG Nordics gets hands on with the ROG Swift PG278Q G-Sync gaming monitor and Battlefield 4 using a customized G70 with 2x GTX Titan’s in SLI.
YouTuber Bennycentral has explained why it’s better to use a gaming monitor like the ASUS VG248QE than a normal HDTV for gaming – even if you’re a console gamer. Hint: lower input lag and faster refresh rates!
ASUS PCDIY details why the new ROG Striker GTX 760 is the gamer’s sweet spot for new systems planned with the latest Maximus VII Hero or Ranger, for example.
Packing “double memory” of 4GB versus the usual 2GB, it’s great for gaming up to WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution like the upcoming Swift PG278, or tri-monitor FullHD surround.
Source: ASUS PCDIY
JJ and Alex go through all the new features and design of ASUS’ new Z97 motherboards in the video above.