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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
ROG Nordics gets hands on with the ROG Swift PG278Q G-Sync gaming monitor and Battlefield 4 using a customized G70 with 2x GTX Titan’s in SLI.
Extreme Overclocker, Monstru, has written an extensive editorial at Lab501 about Overclocking at Computex 2014. There was several events over the course of the week, and Monstru catches the details of it all!
Source: Lab 501
The MAXIMINI is a mini-ITX ‘car mod’ created by modder Reapervon.
Inside it carries a new Maximus VII Impact, Intel Core i7 4790K ‘Devil’s Canyon’ CPU, along with a ASUS GTX 760 DirectCU Mini, 16GB of Kingston DDR3 and a Intel 730 Series SSD. This little system definitely packs some serious punch!
Pro modder Ace Finland put together this awesome case design with a watercooled Maximus VII Formula and flat-mounted GPU at the front, with the other PC components strapped similarly to the rear side; hence the name, Duplex.
Source: Cooler Master forums
Diamond Grade By Mod n Go Design has not only its black and gold theme reflecting the ASUS 9-series motherboard aesthetic, the case integrates features of the motherboard itself within its design with a mirror of the heatsink and 5-way optimization cut in acrylic.
See the full gallery inside!
Source: Mod n Go Design