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ASUS Gaming Motherboards | Crosshair Motherboards | G Series Gaming Laptops | Gaming Monitors | Gaming PCs | Graphics Cards | Headphones & Headsets | Keyboards & Mice | Rampage Motherboards | Sound Cards For Gaming | TUF Motherboards · 31 Dec, 2014 ·
13,284 views· written by MarshallR ·
We’ve been through the last 35 pages of archives (!!) to dig out the best bits of 2014 as a reminder what ASUS, Strix, TUF and ROG products arrived, month-by-month. It’s been a big year of ‘firsts’ for Republic of Gamers (and TUF and Strix), with many new product series launching; Poseidon, Striker, new mini-desktops, new series’ of gaming laptops, a monitor, new mice, motherboards with new designs and painted PCBs, and much, much more.
Those with Rampage V Extreme and X99 Deluxe/A/Pro systems wanting to get on our RealBench leaderboard should download our updated RealBench 2.4, which includes new CPU-Z 1.7.1 for correct detection of X99 systems.
Source: RealBench v2.4 download
Just a quick note to say our ROG Guides page has been updated with all the latest features, PC build guides, overclocking guides, UEFI BIOS tweaking guides, ROG Pro software guides, and new functionality guides!
We’ll keep adding to it as we publish more, so hit the bookmark button this page: http://rog.asus.com/guides/
Source: ROG Guides
ROG’s new YouTube channel has a really easy to remember address: http://www.youtube.com/rog (and there’s also a button up in the top right of this website if you still can’t remember!) So far we’ve filled in a half dozen playlists that are split by product type, events and Boost My PC – so it’s much easier to [...]
PewPewPew! It’s time to shoot some aliens. Hit 6 of each in 90 seconds but you can only do it with the right ASUS LCD monitor tech.
If you’re not Flash-enabled, at least check out our HTML5’d gaming monitor micro-site (link inside). I guarantee you’ll spend at least 3 minutes just playing with scrolling up and down!
We’ve just recently launched our ROG Google+ page, so even if you’re not a fan of Facebook and prefer the G+ alternative, you can still follow ROG there for all the latest updates.
Source: ROG Google+ Page
ROG Exchange now has support for the Rampage IV series! From BIOS version 3602 you can use the free ROG Exchange software to share or install BIOS profiles from the online database.