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It’s dead easy pump up your notebook or gaming rig with a USB sound card, and the new pocketable sized Xonar U5 with 5.1 surround, S/PDIF, mic and headphone sockets fits the bill perfectly. See the gallery inside as well as the PR for full details.
AMD and ROG have got together to launch a monthly promotion to win Mantle-infused game codes! This month it’s Battlefield 4.
ASUS [including DirectCU II, ROG, and STRIX] graphics cards owners take a look inside to see the challenge and competition page. The July 2014 competition runs for 1 week from 16th to 23rd, so get moving!
The GTX 750 Ti is a great mid-range graphics card, and ASUS has improved the design with its semi-passive Strix technology on the new Strix GTX 750 Ti OC! Compared to the Nvidia reference design the OC is up to 7.7% faster (plus GPU Tweak support to push it even further) and the DirectCU II cooler is 20% cooler and 3X quieter. Meanwhile the Super Alloy Power hardware extends lifestyle around 2.5X longer too.
Hit the PR inside for more details!
ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today launched its ROG OC Showdown online overclocking competition in co-operation with HWBot.org. Any overclocker using ASUS, ROG or TUF Z97 motherboards can enter. The competition will run for one month between July 15th, 2014 to August 15th, 2014, with the grand prize of a future ROG X99 motherboard. Additionally there is a prize of $1,000 for any world record broken by the end of the competition.
Voting Rules Public voting period: July 10th 12:01am (GMT +0) and will stop on July 24th 12:01am (GMT +0) Please read the voting guidelines and make your choice in this thread. A huge THANK YOU to those who submitted entries. We’re truly blown away by how many fantastic wallpapers we received, [...]
PC DIY experiments with several ASUS, ROG and TUF Z97 boards with 6 4790K (Devil’s Canyon) CPUs to test OC performance and details how to use the ASUS UEFI options to tweak for best results.
The top tech dudes at Kit Guru have managed to get their hands on, for a Swift PG278Q review. The 27″, 144Hz WQHD G-Sync gaming monitor was tested for quality, calibration, black/bright levels and gaming performance, and thus given a 9.5/10 and “Must Have” award in conclusion. Hit the link below to read the full review.
Source: Kit Guru