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AMD just launched its fastest Radeon to date: the HD 7990. If you missed out on an (faster, cooler, quieter) ARES II recently, this is the next best thing! The press release inside holds the full details.
ROG has just launched its new Xonar Phoebus Solo sound card. It’s the same Phoebus tech underneath – 118dB SNR and 600 ohm headphone amp – but without the desktop controller, so if you were always after a gaming sound card only – the ‘Solo is the one to get.
The Bit Fenix Prodigy is a mini-ITX case, but Rig Noobies member adamski07 wanted more, he wanted a full water cooling loop, a GTX 680 and a micro ATX motherboard in his Prodigy. Despite not even remotely resembling the original case at the end, it’s still one of the most impressive micro ATX, let alone mini-ITX, projects we’ve seen!
We sent master-modder, Paul Tan, one of only two Rampage IV Extreme – Black – boards in existence. His unboxing video is inside.
Source: Paul Tan Designs
If you’ve had your ASUS GTX 680 DirectCU II(s) a while and fancy a bit more MHz, [H] forumer chimaxi83 has a photographic guide of VGA Hotwiring and volt-modding them to your ROG Rampage IV or Maximus V Extreme motherboard, with key tips on how to do it right.
The Nordic ROG team has posted up this new image, can you guess what it is?