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Hot off the heals of our Matrix unboxing, we’ve got our hands on the new Striker GTX 760 Platinum to rip open! Well, not rip, more gently manhandle.
The box is unmistakably ROG styling. You won’t miss it on the shelf. Click above to see the full gallery inside.
THREE new types of ROG graphics cards in six months? It’s raining GPUs now, and we’re swimming in awesome new designs from the MARS 760, to Poseidon GTX 780 and now the Striker 760 4GB!
See inside for the full gallery, detailed info and press release on the new gaming graphics card.
There’s a new dual-GPU AMD card on the block as the R9 295X2 was just announced, with availability to buy later this month. Featuring two ‘Hawaii’ GPUs strapped to a single PCB, this monster card is liquid cooled with an all-in-one cooler. The central fan is there to cool the VRMs, while the GPUs are cooled with waterblocks. Seems like the ARES II has started a trend!
See inside for more pictures and the full press release.
It was a packed event with plenty of cosplay action, at the recent OGIC 4 gaming festival in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. See the video and huge gallery inside!
If you’re gearing up to add a new Matrix to your system, you can follow ITLabs unboxing video or our gallery inside to see more!
UK modder, Keenan, has put together this incredible mil-spec mod using TUF Sabertooth as the backbone. It’s more than just a Corsair C70 case mod – every detail has been attended to – from cabling colors, to PSU and graphics card coverings and even memory heatspreader and case painting/aging.
Click inside to see more!
The G56JR is the latest 15 inch gaming notebook from ASUS, filling the gap in the gaming arsenal previously held by the G55VW.
The G56JR provides a different spin on the red and black angular design of G750s, while still yielding core gaming and ROG credentials, with a red backlit keyboard and logo, along with brushed black aluminum covering that gives a premium look and feel.
Click inside for tech specs and full gallery.
While not your typical gaming fodder, we know PC enthusiasts have super-surround display setups, several graphics cards, a rocking sound card, cans or speakers (to complete the gaming experience) and probably more disk space than your average Google data-barge (aaaand we don’t want to know what that’s for). So, we figured the latest Essence STX II and STX II 7.1 PCI-Express sound cards could be ready for your Rampage.