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Our friends at [H]ardOCP are giving away a limited-edition Sabertooth Z97 Mark S and Strix GTX 980 in celebration of ASUS hitting our recent 500 million motherboard sales mark! For a chance to win, simply share a story of your ASUS motherboard history in their forums.
Source: [H] Forum competition!
ASUS PC DIY team has interviewed Richard Surroz, the pro-modder behind Project Snowblind, and Primochill owner, Brian Farrell, also gives an insight into the creation of its unique, open-air Praxis chassis.
The RT-AC3200 is an ultra-fast, tri-band router that features twin 3×3 802.11ac networks in addition to a 2.4GHz network. To make the most of its hardware, it has tri-band Smart Connect for intelligent band assignment for maximum device performance. Other features include ASUS AiRadar with universal beam-forming, adaptive Quality of Service (QoS), AiProtection with exclusive Trend Micro security and the brand-new Traffic Analyzer.
See the gallery and press release inside for full details.
We’re giving away 15 ROG Enthusiast SLI Bridge’s for owners of ROG systems with either 2-way, 3-way or 4-way SLI graphics cards in their systems.
Simply follow the four steps on the competition page and you’ll be in with a chance to win one! We look forward to seeing your gaming rigs!
It took six years to make the sequel, and Snake is back in Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. We’ve tested the performance and best playable settings on the G771JM and G551JM gaming notebooks.
The Strix GTX 960 is a new performance-mainstream graphics card, with a 1,291MHz factory-overclocked GPU and 1,317MHz GPU boost clock in OC mode, giving it a 12% faster than reference boost. The Strix cooler still features the critically acclaimed 0dB design in low temperature (and power) modes, with dual fans keeping cool under heavy gaming loads. The short design and PCB is great for smaller systems, yet it still has a multitude of display connections including three DP, one HDMI And one DVI.
See the press release and gallery inside for more info.