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Nvidia just broke the 300-mark with its latest 301.24 beta drivers, and according to the green gaming camp, these are a little more special than your usual incremental update, sporting brand new features and gaming performance – particularly for Skyrim players who will see up to 24% improvements.
Also note what platform Nvidia itself prefers to test with: the Rampage IV Extreme!
A redundant array of independent disks, or RAID, is a way of storing the same data in different places (where the term redundant comes from) on multiple hard disks.
There are many ways to use RAID and there are several different types of array. Some use multiple disks to increase performance – think a two or three lane road instead of single, that has to serve traffic going in two directions – while others are used to increase reliability. Additionally, there is a third type of RAID that offer the best of both worlds; all of which we’ve explained here.
Overclocking was once considered a dark and forbidden art, but no more. Now overclocking is an accepted part of computer components. From the CPU manufactures across the board (bad pun intended) and ASUS has been at the forefront of that evolution with the ROG range of motherboards. Just as the hardware used for overclocking has evolved and developed so has the manner in which overclocking is practiced.
BAH! So much for Rampage IV Extreme world record destruction on the hands of Andre Yang! Rsannino another fellow and equally insane overclocker, not to be outdone by Andre Yang, pushed the latest i7-3960X in a Rampage IV Extreme to another world record destruction of 5,703.79MHz.
Hi everyone, wanted to bring the content of the review published on our website over to the ROG home. It is a lengthy article, so take your time and feel free to reference as you get ready to get your board wet (in the good way ) Intro As a proud owner of the Rampage [...]
This article is an overview for you to get a better understanding on the technology behind the Xpander and how you can get the highest performance from your system. I have written this so that upcoming ROG enthusiasts and even the Pros can find some useful information. So Everyone is wondering why the hell did [...]
The ASUS Rampage III Gene is a small form factor Micro ATX motherboard that packs a powerful punch! This board begs to ask how well a small form factor system can overclock. Here you will see if the Gene will live up to the expectations of its legendary big brother the Rampage III Extreme. At the hart of the Rampage III GENE is its the X58 chip set capable of Quad SLI, and Quadfire-X the LGA1366 socket board is capable of triple channel DDR3 and up 24GB of memory.