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We’ve been asked about the potential upgrades for G751 owners, so we’ve put together this pictorial guide showing how to upgrade the HDD/SSDs, memory and even replacing the Blu-ray drive.
TastyPC has an interesting new video out, building a semi-passive build with Strix and ROG hardware using AI Suite III to zero the fans until they reach a certain temperature. As shown in the video, this means that with some big heatsinks you’ll have an absolutely silent PC until you push it with some hard work. Lauren guides through the component choice and setup process, then shows some sped-up footage to prove it really works.
More Power Phases Doesn’t Make For a Better VRM – Design is Everything! Learn more about ROG’s Extreme Engine DIGI+ IV.
Swap your switches and choose your click resistance in the Gladius. Here’s a simple guide how to do it.
Rampage V Extreme and ASUS X99 series owners looking to boost performance can try tweaking the cache bus frequency, while extreme overclocking users can even exclusively boost the voltage to reach the absolute limits. The cache bus frequency is the internal interconnect that loops together CPU cores, L3 cache, PCI-Express and the memory controller together, so a speed up to this subsystem and everything that needs to talk to each other, gets the message across that much quicker!
Get some Mini-ITX magic as we dive into the new Maximus VII Impact. Dig the density of its hardware, and build a PC that packs a neat mPCIe Combo card, combining M.2 PCI-E x4 that delivers up to 32Gbps throughput and a bundled 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter. Together with up to 16GB of DDR3, SupremeFX quality audio and overclocking performance like you’re using a full ATX board, build small, but accept no compromise.
So you’ve bought yourself a Crossblade Ranger and an A10-7850K to go with it: now it’s time to turn up the dials! Here is ROG’s guide with some CrossBlade ranger overclocking tips that covers a basic OC to finding the limits for benchmarking.