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The ROG Front Base is a control panel that fits in two 5.25-inch bays within your PC case. While the OC Panel is aimed at more extreme users, with its liquid nitrogen-styled support for features such as VGA Hotwire and Subzero Sense, the Front Base is aimed at gamers who [...]
What is ROG RealBench?
RealBench uses real, open source applications to test your PC as it would perform in productivity apps. The RealBench application simply wraps and scripts these open source productivity apps to time how long they take at image editing, video encoding or multi-tasking, or how powerful the hardware is for rendering via OpenCL.
If you have questions, see the full FAQ inside for more!
For PQ321 owners, or anyone with a smaller screen (they will downscale!), we’ve got eight Poseidon Ultra HD wallpapers for you to download for your PC desktop!
Source: ROG Downloads
EK Water Blocks has launched its first, total (CPU and motherboard) solution for ROG Maximus VI Impact water cooling, dubbed the EK-FB ASUS M6I. It uses the EK-Supremacy cooling tech on the CPU, while also extending over the Z87 PCH and power regulation (VRM / MOSFETs) vertical module to cool them.
North American gamers can now buy the VG248QE G-Sync upgrade kit direct from Nvidia for around $200. Nvidia also has a how-to video shown above.
Please note: The VG248QE G-Sync user upgrade is unwarranted by ASUS. It’s entirely performed at your own risk and voids the VG248QE warranty, regardless if the fault is directly related to the G-Sync module or not. While we appreciate people want to upgrade their monitors at the earliest opportunity, for those who want the security of a warranty, the bigger ROG Swift PG278Q with G-Sync will be available in a couple of short months!
I love Boost My PC episodes, and the Czech team along with Hitpoint.cz always make for interesting viewing beyond just nipping to someone’s house to dish out an upgrade. This time it’s Mulder and Scully to the rescue…
[Note: There's English subtitles]
ROG just announced its Swift PG278Q premium gaming monitor at CES 2014. We’ve got a few pictures and quick QnA in our other post, but if you’re looking for the official word of ASUS, hit the PR button inside for more details!