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Leave it to the TUF team to come up with the most bad-ass looking X99 motherboard. The Sabertooth X99 adds all the usual TUF-tech – Fortifier, Thermal Radar (now 2nd Gen), Thermal Armor etc – and adds a whole lot of new kit too including TUF Detective, TUF ICe, integrated USB 3.1 and ESD Guards 2. See inside for the full details and press release.
We’ve put the new, ultra-slim G501 through some of Steams most played games: Team Fortress 2, Civilization 5: Brave New World and DOTA 2, along with latest FPS Dying Light to show you the best playable settings in Full HD and 4K that its Intel Core i7 quad-core CPU and Nvidia GTX 960M can offer.
Every gamer needs a high performance net connection, so pairing the fastest router on the market with your tuned up ROG rig is the right choice. If you prefer wireless to running CAT5e wires through the house, the RT-AC3200 provides three WiFi radios (two .ac standard) so you can separate your faster PC from any slower phones, tablets and laptops. The ASUS PC DIY team have put together the video below further explaining its plethora of features and how to set one up.
Source: ASUS PC DIY YouTube Channel
USB 3.0 motherboards such as the ASUS P7P55/USB 3 were introduced six years ago in 2009, and the next generation lands now, in 2015. Known as USB 3.1 or ‘SuperSpeed Plus USB’, it can transfer up to 10Gbps – twice the performance of existing USB 3.0. Here are the behind the scenes details on the technical advances made in USB 3.1 and how ASUS USB 3.1 motherboards optimize these technologies with ASUS USB 3.1 Boost in AI Suite III to reach the real performance potential of USB 3.1.
A sequel six years in the making; Snake is back in Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. We test out it on the new G751JL (GTX 965M) gaming notebook to find the best performance settings.
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.
Over at ASUS PC DIY the new video above completely details the Poseidon GTX 980: from packaging to styling to a breakdown of its custom PCB and hybrid thermal design for air and water cooling! The chapter marks are listed inside.