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The Tiki packs an overclocked mini-ITX system that’s become the fastest and smallest gaming systems in the world.. powered by ASUS!
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).
The ASUS UK team were at the Eurogamer Expo in London, UK during the last week of September. The team co-worked with UK retailer, Scan, to demo the latest ASUS hardware, including Z77 motherboards and graphics cards. See the gallery inside for a round-up of happenings.
Before this year’s Computex, the ASUS TUF team sponsored a few modders – including Paul – to take the Sabertooth Z77 and design something TUF, sorry, tough enough to match its hardware credentials.
Roger (splmann) Tanner has just broken the world record for Intel memory frequency, by overclocking his Maximus V GENE with Corsair Dominator GTX 6 modules to 3,315.6 MHz effective.
This guide covers UEFI tuning for ASUS Z77 motherboards, including P8Z77 series, Sabertooth Z77 and Republic of Gamers Maximus V series. For the most part, the default auto settings for each parameter should suffice – we’ve selected optimum parameters for some of the more complex settings in order to allow users to achieve a successful overclock without too much fuss. If you are curious as to what some of settings do, or how/when they should be used, then you will find this guide of some use.
ASUS Republic of Gamers Australia is doing a Z77 Competition in cooperation with Kingston Memory so if you happen to be lucky enough to live in Australia you are eligible to enter. There are three levels of this competition and you can enter all three through our YouTube, Facebook and Twitter Channels. Besides the main listed prizes, I have over 200 items from Kingston DDR3 RAM and USB Keys to ROG Shirts, Polos and Lanyards to give away to the runners up. There are plenty of items up for grabs and only so many Australians so you would be absolutely crazy not to enter!