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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.
Here’s the ROG overclocking guide for those who want to try and hit 5GHz with a Maximus VI series motherboard and Intel ‘Hawell’ Core i5-4670K or Core i7-4770K CPU, using Realbench 2 for testing and stability.
Resident AMD nut, FlanK3r, has previewed the latest A10-7850K APU against previous generation APUs and the i5-4670K in a few apps to demonstrate the difference. The A10-7850K was powered by the ASUS A88X Pro FM2+ motherboard.
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The new ROG Swift PG278Q was on display at CES 2014 during the ASUS press conference, and crowds could go hands-on. Inside is a gallery and video of it in action!