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PC Perspective has put the Crosshair V Formula-Z to the test in a recent review. Referring to it as the “Cream of the Crop for AM3+”, plus a full technical comparative of SupremeFX III versus Creative sound solutions you’ll want to read!
Did you attend the ROG Experience Tour last weekend? If you missed it, check out our video and photo gallery below!
PC Perspective, whose Editor in Chief, Ryan Shrout, was there hosting a Q&A panel on Saturday with representatives from ASUS ROG, NVIDIA, Antec and Patriot Memory have a roundup of pictures as well.
Play, Learn, Win Great Prizes!
On July 28th and July 29th, ASUS, in conjunction with Fry’s Electronics and partners NVIDIA®, Patriot Memory® and Antec® will be putting on Republic of Gamers Experience Tour @ Fry’s Electronics in Sunnyvale, CA. A celebration of all things PC gaming, ROG @ Fry’s will play host to a variety of activities designed to engage gamers of all ages at all points of the gaming spectrum – from casual to hardcore. Visitors will have a chance to try out the latest ROG gaming-optimized hardware including the just-released Maximus V Extreme & Maximus V Formula Z77 motherboards, G75 Gaming Laptops and Vulcan Active Noise Cancelling Headphones.
PC Perspective has yet again rounded up a fist full of ASUS graphics cards: this time the entire high-end Radeon HD 6000 DirectCU series with three of the four cards walking away with awards. The EAH6850 gets the gold, the EAH6870 a silver (we’re giving 5 away in our competition by the way) and the EAH6950 gets an Editors Choice.
PC Perspective has taken not one, but three GeForce GTX 500 series graphics cards with DirectCU II cooling and put them to the test in their comprehensive 14 page review of the ASUS ENGTX560, ENGTX570, and ENGTX580.
PC Perspective got their hands on the worlds fastest and meatiest graphics card, then dove into its details.
Here’s an excerpt from their review, which is packed with detail and testing so you should definitely check out the full version:
Source: PC Perspective