All Product Articles tagged ‘asus’
The gorgeous looking ASUS NX90Jq not only boasts a unique design, but this looker also packs solid system specs to boot. We let our senses find out if this 18-inch multimedia behemoth delivers the goods.
Named after the Greek god of warfare and bloodshed, the ASUS Ares packs twin Radeon HD 5870 GPUs running in full speed on a single graphics card for unparalleled graphics processing power.
We all know that Intel's X58 platform is dedicated to the high-end segment. However, besides the extreme and expensive models, there are some that are closer to mainstream prices. Check out these relatively affordable boards from ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI.
The Radeon HD 5770 is the weapon of choice for those seeking a powerful yet relatively affordable DirectX 11 graphics card. We check out customized versions from ASUS, Gigabyte and HIS.
Computex 2010 has yet to open its doors to visitors, but a few major vendors held their own press events today. We caught up with bigwigs ASUS and MSI and found that this year's theme appears to be tablets and more tablets.
Bringing SATA 6Gbps functionality and a slightly updated graphics core to its mainstream integrated graphics chipset, AMD's 880G chipset is an incremental improvement over its 785G predecessor. Three boards from ASUS, Biostar and Gigabyte gets tested and reviewed.
We have gathered the fastest and coolest Radeon HD 5870 cards from the biggest names in the industry - ASUS, Gigabyte, HIS, MSI, PowerColor, Sapphire, XFX - all in the name of finding out who will reign supreme.
This summer, NVIDIA is bringing 3D Blu-ray playback to the PC platform. And we have front row tickets to the 3D show. Find out in this exclusive preview.
Along with the launch of its first 6-core desktop processor last month, AMD also refreshed its high-end enthusiast class 890FX chipset. We got four vendors, ASUS, Biostar, Gigabyte and MSI to send us their representatives for this 890FX roundup of the top boards in the market.
If you thought the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula (AMD 890FX) was an extreme board, wait till you take a peek at the what's in store with the Crosshair IV Extreme motherboard sporting a Lucid Hydra chip for multi-vendor GPU horsepower. Check out what ASUS dropped in our virtual mailbox.