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During the Smash and Trash 13 overclocking event held in Zürich, Switzerland, ROG hardware was also used in order to smash 3DMark 03, 3DMark 05 and 3DMark Vantage Performance as well as Aquamark record, all thanks to impressive skill of Michel90 overclocker from Switzerland.
We’re always hunting for some of the most awesome ROG builds, and this time we came across Mhike Smasin’s SilverStone Raven RV02 mod. Mhike decided to give the case a beautiful orange paint job and some high-end watercooling. His build is overall very clean and there has been a lot of attention to the fine details. For example, have a closer look at the power supply, or the SLI bridge – very nice!
See the gallery inside. Nice job, Mhike!
Our guide below covers those interested in setting up Nvidia SLI or AMD CrossFireX on an Intel Z77 motherboard such as the ROG Maximus V series (we’ve used the Maximus V Formula), equipped with a 3rd Generation Intel Core CPU with PCI-Express Gen 3.0 capable CPU (such as the Core i5-3570K or Core i7-3770K).
Video review channel, TastyPC, has installed a system in a Fractal Design XL R2 featuring a fully watercooled Maximus V Formula motherboard, using its Hybrid Thermo Soltuion. The finished product is a great example of effective cable tidying, a well designed water loop and a ROG themed color scheme. Nice build, Lauren!
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to overclock your Core i7-3770K on the ROG Z77 series motherboards, such as the Maximus V Formula.
Originating in Japan, the Good Design Award has been given to outstanding designs for more than 50 years to a wide range of product designs that better our lives. ROG won 4 of the 23 awards presented to ASUS. Click to read what products won!
Think you’re a pro tweaker? Do you want to learn what settings the Pro’s use in their BIOS? Or perhaps you just need a great foundation to a rock solid OC? Share your OC Profile with the rest of the community or download others, using ROG Exchange. For anyone from technical amateurs to OC professionals, browse through the BIOS OC Profiles to see what others have submitted, then see if their tweaks work for your system and if you can improve on them!