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ASUS North America’s resident tech guru, JJ, has fired up the Poseidon GTX 780 in both air and liquid cooled systems to show how easy it is to upgrade from one to the other, and what a difference a splash of water makes! (figuratively speaking)
Microsoft DirectX 12 was recently announced at GDC 2014 (Game Developer Conference) with significant fanfare about what it aims to achieve.
See inside for our round-up of news and commentary about the upcoming software.
There’s a new dual-GPU AMD card on the block as the R9 295X2 was just announced, with availability to buy later this month. Featuring two ‘Hawaii’ GPUs strapped to a single PCB, this monster card is liquid cooled with an all-in-one cooler. The central fan is there to cool the VRMs, while the GPUs are cooled with waterblocks. Seems like the ARES II has started a trend!
See inside for more pictures and the full press release.
M.2 (and SATA Express) are the future for SSDs, however there are different grades of SSD in terms of length and performance that need to be noted before buying. Certain keying on the M.2 SSD can help prevent mis-matching, but some motherboards only accept up to certain sized devices. Our guide will help you buy the right M.2 SSD for your existing Maximus or future ROG motherboard!
Source: LSI Blog