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DanK puts the GTX 670 DirectCU Mini on the testing block to discover if this tiny graphics card really can drive massive performance. Everything from the PCB upgrade to the DirectPower + Super Alloy Power hardware, revised DirectCU cooler design and CoolTech fan are ASUS exclusive technologies. It’s a lot of kit crammed into 17cm.
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
Our North American team was at PAX East recently, and if you missed it or couldn’t go (we live half-a-world away too! boohoo!) and want to see all the action, the first video is below and the other two are inside.
It’s back! Our 2013 Wallpaper Competition is GO!
This year we are picking two winners who will each win a StarCraft II Heart of the Swam Collector’s Edition boxset, plus an ROG Polo shirt!, while three runners up each get an ROG Polo shirt!
We’re back once again with the modding masters! Let’s take a look at some of the best the modding forum has generated up this month. Mods featured include: Onwards & Upwards, Project 1949, Project Redefine 2.0, Project Enter_prise update and 8 Pack’s mATX LAN gaming rig.
Announced today, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II features two versions: an overclocked 1,085MHz GTX 650 Ti core or 1,033MHz ‘stock’ version. Both are paired with 2GB GDDR5 at 6,008MHz on an upgraded 192-bit interface, making the GTX 650 Ti Boost certainly no slouch, sitting neatly between the GTX 660 and original GTX 650 Ti.
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