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ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Matrix Platinum Video Cards in SLI

ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Matrix Platinum Video Cards in SLI

We loved one of the ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Matrix Platinum video cards, so we decided to see how two in SLI would go.

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MSI makes use of Intel 5th generation Broadwell CPU for gaming laptops

By: Michael Hatamoto | More News: Laptops | Posted: 2 hours, 36 mins ago

Computex 2015 - PC hardware company MSI has announced its latest gaming laptops will make use of the Intel 5th Generation Broadwell processors. The new CPUs help provide better graphics, longer battery life, and enhanced security improvements, while supporting high resolution while gaming.




In total, there will be 20 refreshed models, with the Intel 5th Generation Core i7 processors used in 18 new MSI laptop models, which include the GT80 Titan SLI, GT72 Dominator, GS70 Stealth, and GS60 Ghost, among others. The refreshed laptops are available starting now.


"The new components in our lineup of gaming laptops, highlighted by Intel's newest Broadwell processor, furthers our goal of delivering the most advanced mobile gaming systems in the world," said Andy Tung, president of MSI Pan America.

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Techland CEO says Dying Light has reached 4.5 million gamers

By: Michael Hatamoto | More News: Gaming | Posted: 3 hours, 17 mins ago

The open-world first person survival horror game Dying Light has reached 4.5 million gamers, according to Techland.




Techland has released several Dying Light DLC packages for gamers, and it's possible an expansion could be developed one day. Even if the 4.5 million figure isn't actual game copies sold, it's still a major success for the studio.


"Sales [we] count later - we need time to calculate the sales and returns and so on," said Pawel Marchewka, CEO of Techland, in a statement to Eurogamer. "Unique users means all the unique users we calculated on the server playing the game for significant number of time. Sales might be slightly less because that includes also secondary sales."

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Graphics cards from a different angle by ASUS

By: Chris Smith | More News: Video Cards | Posted: 3 hours, 44 mins ago

Computex 2015 - The hype of late has been solely based around the latest flagship offerings by AMD and NVIDIA with ASUS joining that charge, but how about the whole range and something a little different?




As part of its Computex 2015 display, ASUS has shown off its TURBO series gaming video cards, the MINI series form-factor models produced for Mini-ITX systems, the STRIX 4K gaming series for "core gamers," the ROG POSEIDON for premium-grade watercooled users, the ROG MATRIX models for air overclocking and also some neat water block offerings thanks to EK Water Blocks, Bitspower and Thermaltake.


If that isn't enough for you, ASUS also threw up a display explaining of its industry-first 100% automated production process and material design alongside how exactly the PCB design is carried out in the factory.

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ASUS showcases its TUF motherboard in style

By: Chris Smith | More News: Motherboards | Posted: 3 hours, 56 mins ago

Computex 2015 - ASUS wants to draw some focus towards its so-called TUF motherboard in Taipei, Taiwan and has done so by recruiting the help of Chinese modder Wei Zheng to make this great tough case PC mod named 'IMMORTAL'.




Featuring a winged shield logo with accompanied by a the slogan "the ultimate force," ASUS explained that this SABERTOOTH Z97 Mark S is the toughest that it has produced yet, claiming that it "cannot be broken," thus has been placed into this "yet-to-be-broken box" by European bag brand Rimowa.

Interested in USB 3.1? So is ASUS, check out what they have on offer

By: Chris Smith | More News: Connectivity & Communications | Posted: 4 hours, 6 mins ago

Computex 2015 - There's no doubt that every company is racing to integrate USB 3.1 into everything they produce - laptops, cases, motherboards and accessories are all being announced with USB 3.1 support and ASUS is helping lead the charge.




As part of its Computex 2015 display, ASUS has shown off a myriad of USB 3.1 ready products and what you are about to learn about is the extensions and accessories line of products on offer.


Firstly is the USB 3.1 UPD panel and the USB 3.1 enclosure, with ASUS' UPD panel providing up to 100W of power as per USB Type-C limitations and the enclosure providing a USB 3.1 Type-A experience for all consumers.

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ASUS shows off its X99 range built into some wicked systems

By: Chris Smith | More News: Motherboards | Posted: 4 hours, 20 mins ago

Computex 2015 - ASUS has shown that it sure knows how to make an awesome system, showcasing the new X99 motherboard models within some great systems. What we build into the systems here (pictured) is the the X99-PRO/USB 3.1 and X99-DELUXE/USB 3.1 editions.




With this stunning ASUS X99 DELUXE build being completed by 'Mods by Davido_Libido' all the way from the UK, it's not too often you see the big players get into the local modding scene like this and it's certainly something great to see. This deluxe system is powered by a Thermaltake DPS G 1050w power supply, combined with an Intel 750 1.2tb SSD and is all housed within an InWin 909 chassis.


As for motherboard features, the X99-PRO/USB 3.1 boasts ultra fast USB 3.1 support combined with eight RAM ports capable of quad-channel and hosting up to 128GB of memory in total. The X99-DELUXE/USB 3.1 makes claim to 3x3 802.11ac Wi-Fi, USB 3.1 Type-A and a 'Fan Extension Card' for those looking to take things to the extreme.

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SAPPHIRE uses four GPUs to power a 16-monitor 7680x4320 display setup

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Video Cards | Posted: 5 hours, 35 mins ago

Computex 2015 - Walking into the SAPPHIRE meeting room at Computex this year, we were greeted with a wall filled with 16 monitors, each running 1920x1080. This means we have a total of 7680x4320, all using AMD's multi-GPU SLS technology.






SAPPHIRE's video cards of choice were four of their own FirePro W7100 cards, with each FirePro GPU running four of the 1080p monitors found on the wall. An impressive demo to say the last, but too bad they weren't playing Crysis on this setup, eh?!

ZOTAC show off three other GeForce GTX 980 Ti cards at Computex 2015

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Video Cards | Posted: 5 hours, 43 mins ago

Computex 2015 - We started off our ZOTAC content with the GeForce GTX 980 Ti Arctic Storm video card, but there were three other powerhouse cards that we wanted to get some hands-on time with, and grab some photos for our readers (you awesome people!).






Starting off with the mother of them all, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition, which features a Base Clock of 1253MHz and Boost Clock of 1335MHz. We have the IceStorm cooler with EKO fans, Carbon ExoArmor and PowerBoost technologies backed up with LED lighting.








Another card that will be a favorite with gamers and enthusiasts will be the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 980 Ti AMP! Omega Edition, which doesn't have locked-in Base and Boost Clocks just yet. We do know that it will come with their IceStorm cooler with EKO fans, Carbon ExoArmor and PowerBoost technologies.

ZOTAC displays their GeForce GTX 980 Ti Arctic Storm at Computex 2015

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Video Cards | Posted: 5 hours, 54 mins ago

Computex 2015 - ZOTAC has impressed me of late with their great entries into the GPU world with their take on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 and GTX 980, but now that the GM200-based GTX 980 Ti is here, we have four new cards from ZOTAC based on the GTX 980 Ti.






Starting with their new GeForce GTX 980 Ti Arctic Storm, which features hybrid air and liquid cooling mixed with the company's impressive carbon ExoArmor technology.






When it comes to specs, ZOTAC has a Base Clock of 1025MHz while the Boost Clock cranks it up to 1114MHz. This should reach a fair bit higher when you play with the card under watercooling.

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