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If Photoshop is not your thing, then how about you grab your phone and try your hand at some video? The ROG team has just launched a new competition to win a StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm collectors edition, plus 14 runners up will receive ROG Polo Shirts and USB drives.
After a month of creativity by our awesome community, we’ve rounded up the entries to our desktop wallpaper competition – which this year totals 99 qualifying entries (50% more than last year)! We’ve had some truly fantastic entries and the ROG team here would love to thank everyone for their efforts!
See all the entries inside before you click the discussion link to vote for your 3 favorites.
The Bit Fenix Prodigy is a mini-ITX case, but Rig Noobies member adamski07 wanted more, he wanted a full water cooling loop, a GTX 680 and a micro ATX motherboard in his Prodigy. Despite not even remotely resembling the original case at the end, it’s still one of the most impressive micro ATX, let alone mini-ITX, projects we’ve seen!
We sent master-modder, Paul Tan, one of only two Rampage IV Extreme – Black – boards in existence. His unboxing video is inside.
Source: Paul Tan Designs
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.
It’s back! Our 2013 Wallpaper Competition is GO!
This year we are picking two winners who will each win a StarCraft II Heart of the Swam Collector’s Edition boxset, plus an ROG Polo shirt!, while three runners up each get an ROG Polo shirt!
The new ASUS GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini is more than just a tiny graphics card. To achieve its size the cooling team in ASUS had to design an entirely new fan, dubbed CoolTech, to push air down and out more efficiently without requiring more fan speed (and thus, noise).
Click inside for more details on the design.