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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 [...]
For PQ321 owners, or anyone with a smaller screen (they will downscale!), we’ve got eight Poseidon Ultra HD wallpapers for you to download for your PC desktop!
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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!
At CES 2014 ROG has just announced its new PG278Q ‘Swift’ gaming monitor. 27-inches diagonally with WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution, featuring Nvidia G-Sync hardware and 120+Hz fast-gaming display means this is the ultimate gaming monitor! See the full spec and our quick QnA inside for more details.
The Poseidon Platinum GTX 780 and MARS 760 are ROG’s two latest graphics cards. With entirely new and custom designs, focused on diversifying the approach to high performance gaming graphics. We’ve got our hands on a boxed Poseidon to give you an unboxing tour and overview of the new design below.
The ASUS Z87 Deluxe/SATA Express is a modified Z87 Deluxe technical demonstration to exhibit the fact ASUS is not only developing motherboards with next generation SATA Express, it has them already working. See our gallery or click the link to TweakTown’s detailed preview below.
If you’re an Nvidia fan with cash to splash, than the latest GTX 780 DirectCU II should be a temptation. Allow us to provide fuel for that itch, with an unboxing below. Gw’on, you know you want to!
HardOCP has got its hands on the upcoming R9 290X DirectCU II and are already busy testing it! See their first thoughts and gallery of pictures on the HardOCP site.