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The Pro Gamer series is an increasingly expansive line of affordable motherboards for the entry-level gaming enthusiast, with some bespoke features borrowed from current and previous ROG boards to differentiate it from the standard series ASUS motherboards. These include LANGuard and Intel Gigabit Ethernet, GameFirst II, SupremeFX audio and Sonic Radar II technologies. The latest M.2 and [...]
What is Strix DSP?
Strix DSP is a multi-platform digital signal processing (DSP) sound system that is plug and play, paired with a headset which is portable and comfortable with incredible punch. The detachable microphone and environmental noise cancellation tech ensures commands are crystal-clear for teammates. It’s goal is to immerse gamers with supreme clarity, intuitive controls and provide an unprecedented edge in games.
ROG’s first 2.5 liter gaming mini-PC – the GR8 – has now launched and will be in stores this month. Packing a Core i7 ‘Haswell’ CPU and GTX 750 Ti ‘Maxwell’ graphics card, it puts plenty of performance in as little space as possible, combined with ROG unique features such as SupremeFX sound, GameFirst III and Intel GigE and more.
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For Maximus VII Series, Rampage V Extreme and Crossblade Ranger owners, GameFirst III now includes a LiveUpdate function in the top-right corner, so you can always grab the latest version without having to check the website’s download page.
Following the announcement of the G771 17-inch gaming laptop, the more powerful G751 has now launched with the latest Nvidia GTX 900M series graphics, including the GTX 980M with 4GB GDDR5 for G751JY and GTX 970M with 3GB GDDR5 for G751JT with ASUS TurboMaster for overclocking. In addition to the new design, there’s also a new Intel Core i7 i7-4860HQ processor and M.2 PCIe 512GB/256GB SSD options for the G751YT, with all three new models featuring a Full HD IPS display for awesome color and viewing angles.
Are all mouse pads created equal? We don’t think so.
New 15.6 inch G551 and 17.3 inch G771 gaming notebooks will be in stores shortly, sporting updated designs and refreshed Haswell mobile CPUs with Nvidia GTX 860M graphics. There’s a Full HD with IPS display option nestled in the specs of both below, so if you’re after maximum color and viewing angles be sure to check with your retailer before you buy. Sound is tuned curtesy of SonicMaster and B&O ICEpower. See the gallery inside for the new looks and connectivity.