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Quick update on the graphics card front: ASUS has recently launched a double-memory update: the Strix GTX 750 Ti 4GB (STRIX-GTX750TI-DC2OC-4GD5), pushing it to 4GB VRAM for those who find the standard 2GB too limiting in modern titles.
Secondly, there’s a new ‘mini-ITX’ version of the GTX 960: the ASUS GTX 960 DirectCU Mini (GTX960-MOC-2GD5), which follows the recently launched GTX 970 DirectCU Mini (GTX970-DCMOC-4GD5). Both the GTX 970 and 960 versions use the DirectCU Mini coolers with a single CoolTech fan, squeezing the card’s dual-slot size down to just 17cm in length.
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ASUS Designo MX27AQ is an iF 2015 Design Award-winning 27-inch, WQHD (2560 x 1440) LCD monitor with stereo speakers powered by a combination of ICEpower, a Bang & Olufsen technology, a MobileSound 3 chip and ASUS SonicMaster tuning, with ASUS’ AudioWizard EQ tweaking actually built in to the monitor software.
It features an ultra-slim profile that measures just 1.25cm at its thinnest point and an edge-to-edge frameless panel with a bezel thickness of just 0.1cm, while the LCD sports 100% sRGB, 100M : 1 smart contrast ratio and ASUS Eye Care technology with anti-flicker and low-blue light.
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The G751JL is a new addition to ROG’s G751 series of 17-inch performance-gaming laptops, featuring the new Nvidia GTX 965M graphics card. The performance of the GTX 965M sits between the existing G751JM, with GTX 860M, and G751JT, with GTX 970M. Meanhile other key spec and styling (below) remains the same as existing G751 series – TurboMaster overclocking and AudioWizard softwares, an IPS-quality Full HD display, intelligent dual-fan cooling, Intel Core i7 quad-core CPUs with up to 32GB of DDR3 memory and dual storage with SSD or RAID0 options.
We’ve read your forum posts, your Facebook comments and emails; as one of our most popular articles ever we know you loved the GX500 when we showed it at Computex last year. Yet, as perfectionists, ROG engineers decided to continue to improve areas of the design. The result is the new G501, which is an evolution of the earlier ‘500. Where the GX500 wow’d at Computex by breaking boundaries on thinness, weight and performance, the G501 has these and more; we’ve made it even cooler, quieter and we’ve refreshed the hardware inside too.
As you might infer from the name, the ASUS B85M-Gamer is a gaming-featured motherboard aimed at the small form factor, budget buyer. Typically the B85M-Gamer buyer will be looking to pair with an Intel Pentium, Core i3 and entry-i5 chip to provide great price:performance and efficiency, while also negating the need for an overclocking chipset.
The B85M-Gamer has a black PCB with a flash of red along the heatsink and on the SupremeFX ‘redline’ to accentuate the look. LANGuard and Intel Gigabit Ethernet also features from the ROG stock. The high-quality audio has the same SupremeFX shielding technology, ELNA premium audio capacitors and headphone amp of its ROG and Pro Gamer brothers to yield 115dB signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) stereo output.
The RT-AC3200 is an ultra-fast, tri-band router that features twin 3×3 802.11ac networks in addition to a 2.4GHz network. To make the most of its hardware, it has tri-band Smart Connect for intelligent band assignment for maximum device performance. Other features include ASUS AiRadar with universal beam-forming, adaptive Quality of Service (QoS), AiProtection with exclusive Trend Micro security and the brand-new Traffic Analyzer.
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The Strix GTX 960 is a new performance-mainstream graphics card, with a 1,291MHz factory-overclocked GPU and 1,317MHz GPU boost clock in OC mode, giving it a 12% faster than reference boost. The Strix cooler still features the critically acclaimed 0dB design in low temperature (and power) modes, with dual fans keeping cool under heavy gaming loads. The short design and PCB is great for smaller systems, yet it still has a multitude of display connections including three DP, one HDMI And one DVI.
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Intel’s new RealSense technology is now available as an optional extra in the new ROG G771JM and ASUS N551JQ. RealSense integrates a set of three specialist cameras to provide depth (3D) sensing, enabling things like gesture control of apps and games, taking pictures and scanning objects in 3D and also readjusting the focus of photos after you’ve taken the picture. [...]
Source: G771JM with Intel Realsense