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ASUS ROG show off some awesome case mods at Computex 2014

ASUS impresses as always at Computex, with some beautiful ROG case mods (TPE:2357)

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Jun 3, 2014 9:20 am

Computex 2014 - Over at the ASUS ROG stand we saw a pair of case mods that instantly caught our eye. Showing off the talent of some awesome individuals we see what a whole lot of hard work can do when paired with some fantastic hardware.

 

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Looking above you can see the Duplex by Ace finland. Using a custom hand-crafted case the designer has shown us a Maximus VII Formula system with a ASUS GTX 780 DirectCU II Video Card hidden on the other side of the custom design. Looking truly beautiful this case mode has a bite just as big as its bark with 32GB of Corsair Dominator Memory, Dual 240 GB OCZ Vector SSDs along with a full EK water cooling setup.

 

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Sitting next to the beautiful Duplex, though, was the ROG MAXIMINI by reapervon. Based around the MAXIMUS VII IMPACT this Z97 based board carries with it a next generation Intel i7 4790K processor along with a ASUS GTX 760 DirectCU Mini. With 16GB of Kingston DDR3 and a 730 Series Intel SSD this little system packs some serious performance. It's great to see ASUS showing off some fantastic case mods.

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