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If you caught any of the Intel Extreme Masters live streams over the weekend you’ll have seen the action (almost) first-hand. If not, click inside to see few shots from the event and ROG’s booth close by.
Hot on the heels of ROG’s two CES 2014 Design Awards, the Maximus VI Formula has received a 2014 iF Design Award (among 10 others from ASUS products), with iF highlighting the CrossChill hybrid thermal design, ROG Armor and SupremeFX technology key reasons behind the award.
Source: iF Design Awards
Here’s the ROG overclocking guide for those who want to try and hit 5GHz with a Maximus VI series motherboard and Intel ‘Hawell’ Core i5-4670K or Core i7-4770K CPU, using Realbench 2 for testing and stability.
In its annual roundup of top tech, Tom’s Hardware readers voted the Maximus VI Formula the top motherboard of 2013! Do you own any of this years top hardware? Check out the Tom’s list in the link below for the full results!
After recently releasing a water block kit for both the ASUS Maximus VI Gene and the Maximus VI Hero motherboard, EK Water Blocks have now released the new water block kit aimed to be used with the Maximus VI Formula motherboard and we must give them credit as it looks really good with ASUS’ Thermal Armor.
Source: EK Water Blocks
The ROG Maximus VI Formula has been the most unique Z87 on the market since launch, and while checking this “high-end TUF/ROG hybrid”, asMadshrimps.be decided to call it, it brings the ultimate mix for either the high demanding gamer or case modder as well as being a foundation for an ultimate high-end gaming setup.
The Good Design Awards, organized by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP), is now in its 56th year and this year it received 3,400 entries from around the world. It is one of the four major design awards recognized by the International Design Alliance. And this year ROG wins again…