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It’s a good thing that Polish modder Bartłomiej Kurpiewski takes some great photos, because his latest water cooled Maximus VII Gene build in a Parvum S2.0 is majestic. For all the love of hard tubing in modern water cooled rigs, it’s good to see the curves back, echoing the cabling and tube reservoir in a tightly packed synergy.
Source: Parvum | Boy, photostream
Matching a high-performance graphics card to a tiny mini-ITX build can be a difficult endeavor, which is where DC Mini line fits in. Building on the foundations set by the GTX 670 and 760 DC Mini’s, the GTX 970 DC Mini sets a whole new level of performance in just 17cm. See the gallery inside for more angles.
Source: GTX 970 DC Mini product page
Full reviews of the new Matrix GTX 980 from your favorite websites are due next week, but before we dig into the meaty details, here’s an overview of the specs and a couple of pictures to tease!
As 4K gaming becomes an ever more tempting upgrade for the many, we know a lot of our fans use their PCs for far more than just the pew-pew action. In-plane switching (IPS-spec) LCDs are not necessarily known for their gaming speed like TN’s, but the 10-bit PB279Q with 100% sRGB color gamut will certainly perk interest of those who want a billion of colors displayed perfectly; whether that’s to view the mountains and valleys of Kyrat in FarCry 4, or pictures and videos of the great outdoors (in RL) in your work activities or from holidays.
See the full specs and pics of the PB279Q inside.
In the spirit of eSports, the ASUS Open Overclocking Cup (AOOC) final recently took place in the Moscow Cyber Stadium. With team of two, the overclockers competed over 9 hours to decide this year’s winner. Below we present a huge gallery and videos of the days happenings. Check here for the
Here’s the new video – in 4K! – showcasing the Strix 7.1 gaming headset and its features.
The Orange PC Project by Venezuelan modder, J Johan Pino R, is a TUF themed mod with incredible attention to detail. Not to be confused with the orange of ASUS’ Strix series, this is a Cooler Master Cosmos with TUF Sabertooth Z87 backbone adorned with lashings of orange cabling, painting and LEDs on black with an attention to neatness and perfected cuts that would satisfies even the most extreme OCD.