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The Striker GTX 760 with pre-overclocked GPU and 4GB double memory has just launched, and we’ve broken one down to detail its new features for you. Starting with the design, the ROG team constructed the angular shroud around the DirectCU II style cooler underneath, with its 10mm heatpipes interweaving around the design. Airflow and cooling [...]
Overclocker UK’s in-house hardware guru, 8 Pack, has put together his Matrix R9 290X review, from the perspective of an extreme overclocker.
Source: OCUK forums
If you’ve had your ASUS GTX 680 DirectCU II(s) a while and fancy a bit more MHz, [H] forumer chimaxi83 has a photographic guide of VGA Hotwiring and volt-modding them to your ROG Rampage IV or Maximus V Extreme motherboard, with key tips on how to do it right.
The new MATRIX HD 7970 graphics card has just launched, and if you’re teetering on the edge of buying or just want to see what the box offers, then let us commence with the unboxing!
The OC trio of VGA Hotwire, OC Key and Subzero sense, which were first included on the Rampage IV Extreme, are also additions to the new Maximus V Extreme. Focusing on VGA Hotwire specifically, these two boards can sync up with VGA Hotwire-enabled, high-end ASUS graphics cards, including the current GeForce GTX 680 DirectCU II, Radeon HD 7970 DirectCU II and the new MATRIX HD 7970.
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