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Tech in Style has put together an overview and upgrade guide video for the ROG G750 gaming laptop. The notebook has space for two 2.5″ drives and two extra SO-DIMM DDR3 slots. Like all Intel 4th Gen CPU (Haswell-based) laptops, the DDR3 must be 1.35V so check before you upgrade.
With some reviews already out, we’re unboxing the Maximus V Extreme to help aid you in buying decision. The Extreme is focused on bundling OC tools such as OC Key, Subzero Sense and ProbeIt connectors, along with more general accessories like the mPCIe Combo card pre-fitted with an 802.11n WiFi/Bluetooth 4.0 card.
The ROG RAIDR was shown at the very end of the ROG Computex press conference as a special addition to the event. The RAIDR is a concept device with ‘multiple’ SSDs internally setup in RAID-0 and a Thunderbolt connection to the PC. Is storage gaming related? The ROG team have several reasons for designing the RAIDR;
Good news everyone! The G55VW has been given the thumbs up for its Thunderbolt upgrade and is good to go! They will be available from July, complementing the standard G55’s already on the market.
For you extreme overclockers and 4-way GPU nuts who have been waiting for the Extreme board to arrive: the time is.. very close. Like the Maximus IV Extreme(-Z) last year, the Maximus V Extreme represents ROG team’s tailoring to the very high end. How exactly? Read on!
The Rampage III Extreme has had a bit of a makeover – the Black Edition is, well, a lot darker than before as all the ports and sockets now don a black and dark grey coat, rather than a dash of red as well.
Firstly you’ll notice the heatsinks have also been upgraded to match the Maximus IV Extreme. If you look carefully at the VRM heatsink there’s even an ROG logo stealthily incorporated too.