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The ASUS ROG Front Base is a control panel that fits into your PC chassis' 5.25-inch drive bays. Working exclusively with specific high-end ASUS motherboards, the panel allows one to control fan speeds within the case, select audo EQ modes, and even overclock the system!
Thanks to advances in CPU and GPU technology, gaming notebooks have never been more powerful. We pit the best of the best from Aftershock, ASUS, Dell, MSI, Razer and Toshiba against each other in a battle to the death to find out which is best.
The ASUS Maximus VI Impact mini-ITX motherboard is the first of its kind from the Republic of Gamers series. On top of the generous bundle of add-on cards that include the SupremeFX Impact discrete sound card and the mPCIe Combo card, the board even has a digital 8 + 2 power delivery system, typical of ATX boards.
Having built a reputation for extreme high-end performance with the original MARS, MARS II and ARES cards, ASUS' ROG series returns with the ROG ARES II Radeon HD 7990, a monster dual-GPU card utilizing two Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition GPUs and a hybrid liquid/air cooling system. We put this juggernaut through its paces.
Having built a reputation for extreme high-end performance with the original MARS, MARS II and ARES cards, ASUS' ROG series returns with the ROG ARES II Radeon HD 7990, a monster dual-GPU card utilizing two Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition GPUs and a hybrid liquid/air cooling system. We take a closer look.
The ASUS ROG Maximus V Gene is a microATX board featuring the Intel Z77 Express chipset along with exclusive features like the mPCIe Combo expansion card that allows the Maximus V Gene to be fitted with an mSATA SSD and/or a mini-PCIe add-on card.
The ASUS Next Generation Motherboard Technical Seminar gave us our most intimate look at the new X79 boards to date. With exciting new offerings from ROG and TUF series, ASUS also showcased its new P9X79 series.
Hailing from the elite Republic of Gamers lineup, the ASUS G53SW is a powerful 3D gaming notebook packed with an Intel Core i7-2630QM, 15.6-inch display, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M graphics, 8GB DDR3 RAM, and 1TB HDD (2x 500GB).
ASUS' latest ROG graphics card, the Matrix GTX580 Platinum comes with some extreme tweaking features that appear to take a leaf out of ROG motherboards. Along with a new, bundled tweaking utility, this Matrix promises to inject some excitement into GPU overclocking.
During our week at Computex Taipei, we managed to chat with ASUS' Jackie Hsu on the future of its ROG brand, the design process at ASUS and more. Read all about it here.