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  1. Yo fellow builders, Built a new PC this past week and since my wife could care less I cant really show it off to her so of course im turning to the internet for self validation and sense of accomplishment lol. My Sandy Bridge build (my first custom build) was beginning to show it's age. I decided I would upgrade my GPU to the GTX 1080 and in doing so I began to itch and twitch to rebuild entirely after learning of the upcoming Kaby Lake chips. The release of these chips may be lackluster upgrades when compared to Sky Lake but for me the timing was perfect. I was stoked to build something new and do it right. My last build was functional and reliable but was lacking aesthetics and character. I used a cheap antec case and struggled with cable management. It wasnt pretty but it worked and served me well. At the time those things didn't matter as much to me. I just wanted a beast gaming rig that could run Crysis This time around I'm a little older, a little wiser (not much) and I'm armed with hella nerdy ambition to build a rig that can break the barrier of 4k gaming (kinda) on my 65 inch Samsung TV. Parts List: NZXT S340 Elite Matte Black Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700k (I joined the 5 ghz club after OC) Asus ROG Maximus IX Hero motherboard (Z270) EVGA GTX 1080 FTW NZXT Kraken X62 AIO CPU Cooler Corsair Vengeance lpx 16gb 2 x 8gb ddr4-3000 memory EVGA SuperNova G3 80+ Gold Fully Modular 850W PSU (for future SLI) Corsair 120 GB SSD Boot drive, Kingston 240 GB SSD Slave drive + two 1TB 7200 RPM HDDs (all carried over from old build) Deepcool RGB 350 lighting kit (for those RGB LED headers on the mobo and a bit of bling) See attached pics and here is a vid link to show unleashing the Kraken RGB LED goodness https://goo.gl/photos/FUMGNeh4vbA3LRyk9 I was unhappy with my mis matched SSDs on display so I did some modding with a bit of carbon fiber vinyl wrap that I picked up from a local Auto Zone. Ive also got an extra RGB extension on the way for cleaner cable management at the top of the case. Future upgrades include (if my wife doesn't kill me that is) M.2 Boot Drive (went with evo 850 500gb samsung ssd due to higher capacity) a 2nd GTX 1080 for SLI (Done) What ya'll think...its a damn turd bucket right!? Thanks for checking it out. Kraken X62 fresh after peel Didn't like the mismatch SSD so picked up some carbon fiber vinyl from my local auto zone. Shit is about to get real!!
  2. Hello LTT Forums, I recently bought the Asus ROG centurion headphones and the mic quality is very bad, has anyone else bought these headphones and had a problem with the microphone? Any help on a fix would be appreciated. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/asus-rog-centurion-true-7.1-surround-gaming-headset-sp-01d-as.html (Link to where i bought the headphones)
  3. I don't know if this is too good of a deal to be true (its secondhand but in with box). it has a i7 6700hq 16gb of ram 1tb hdd 500gb ssd Thanks, Adam
  4. So, I'm having troubles with my gtx 960m, i was overclocking it since 2016, but recently i did a clean reinstall of windows, and now the gpu core clock tops out at 540MHz making GTA V, one of my favorite games, unplayable. I've tried changing drivers to older ones and it didn't work. any help is appreciated
  5. I was browsing on amazon when i discover a seller by the name of Excaliburpc selling rog gaming laptops from $200 to $600 with some of the of the review have 6 people with 5 stars and some of the reviews saying its a scam and i want to know if it worth buying one? Link to some of there products : https://www.amazon.com/GL502VT-DS71-i7-6700HQ-Windows-Ultraportable-Notebook/dp/B01FCTGYZ8/ref=sr_1_28?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1486162955&sr=1-28&keywords=rog+laptops https://www.amazon.com/GL752VW-GS71-i7-6700HQ-NVIDIA-Windows-Notebook/dp/B01COTGINC/ref=sr_1_29?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1486162955&sr=1-29&keywords=rog+laptops https://www.amazon.com/GL502VT-DS74-i7-6700HQ-Windows-Ultraportable-Notebook/dp/B01FSBNNZE/ref=sr_1_34?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1486162955&sr=1-34&keywords=rog+laptops https://www.amazon.com/GL752VW-GS71-i7-6700HQ-NVIDIA-Windows-Notebook/dp/B01COS8JM6/ref=sr_1_44?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1486162955&sr=1-44&keywords=rog+laptops
  6. I am so frustrated!!! Why can't my rig overclock!?!?!?!? I bought my motherboard as reviews said its and overclocking beast. I bought plenty of memory that is supported by the board. Closed loop water cooling on the CPU, big case, plenty of power, lots of air flow, fast hard drive(s)... and then there is the processor... the AMD FX 8320E 8 core cpu. Ok, so here is the deal. I can get it to overclock but just barely and it becomes unstable. At this point I have left it at stock clocks. I purchased this build and assembled it to support overclocking if I choose to do so. I should mention that I have seen this jump up to 4Ghz on its own from 3.5Ghz and all the way down to 1.4Ghz when under almost no load or idle. I know it will hit 4000.0Mhz because it does it on it's own... but I cannot manually overclock it to 4Ghz... which is what I want. I want all specs in (4's) Cpu at 4Ghz, Mem at 16GB's, Gpu mem 4GB (8GB when I add the second card).. and so on. Can someone explain to me why I can't manually overclock this setup? My first guess is the CPU 8320E which is a 95w lower power unit. Ok, here is my rig: Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D solid front. Motherboard: ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0 CPU: AMD FX-8320E 3.2Ghz 8 core Memory: Crucial DDR3 8GBx2 (16GB total) Part #BLS8G3D18ADS3.16FE Video card: ASUS ROG STRIX Radeon RX 470 4GB OC Edition (second card coming soon) Power Supply: Corsair AX 860 modular CPU Cooling: Corsair H115i Case Cooling: 3 - 140mm Cougar CF-V14HP OS Drive: One - Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD Storage Drives: Three - WD Blue 1TB 7,200rpm 64MB cache Sata 6GB/s Temps: - Room: 22c (72F) - CPU: Idle 25c - Max load 60c - MB: Idle 27c - Max load 44c -GPU: Idle 29 - 30c - Max load 62c <-- On Ultra - SC Blacklist 1080p
  7. Since couple of months cooling fan is making noices from cooling fan in the laptop i would like to replace the fan. Can any one provide the suitable fan for this model " GL752-VW " that would be great.
  8. HI all, i want to buy a new mice, i have this two in mind, but i cant decide for one. What its the best? Only this two mices.
  9. So I am planing a gaming rig and can not pick with motherboard/CPU I should go with. I don't need extra cores for video editing or rendering just a gaming rig I want to have custom water cooling setup and I want to get the best Overclocking I can and I don't know what chipset to go with Z270 or X99. I know people are going to say go with the i7 7700k its stock clock is fater than 6800k. But when it comes to Custom water over clocking and the fact that the Rampage V is the coolest looking MB on the market in my opinion could I get better OCs with X99 or not. If you have any thought or ideas about what I should do please post thanks.
  10. Hello, I just purchased an Asus GL553VD and it has been amazing so far. I just wanted to know if I can boot from an NVMe drive, I asked Asus support and they don't know. Here is a link to the specs : https://www.asus.com/Notebooks/ROG-GL553VD/specifications/ You can clearly see that PCIe gen3x4 ssd are supported but it is not mentioned if they can be booted from as this was an issue with the GL552VW. Anyone owns this laptop and can confirm compatibility or has any clue ? I don't want to waste money on an NVMe drive if it won't work. Thanks. Edit: NVMe ssd work just fine with this laptop. Asus support confirmed.
  11. Hello peeps! This is a really awesome project I helped with. My friend needed a new gaming rig, so I helped him build his new system from across the nation. I made him name it after the Mad Max car because I loves the new movie. He built it, overclocked it, and is enjoying alot more power from his gaming rig. More to come soon, but here is the video he made.
  12. I don't know about you guys, but I'm super excited about these ROG monitors that were shown in CES 2017 the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ, G-sync, 4k, 144Hz, HDR, 27in., Quantum Dot monitor. 2DP 1.4 and one HDMI 2.0 and the ASUS ROG Switft PG258Q, G-sync, 1080p, 240Hz, 24.5in., monitor don't know if this is also quantum dot, haven't seen anything that confirms or denies it. also 1 HDMI, 1 DP (version not specified in specs), 2 USB 3.0 and audio jack I'm specifically excited for the 1080p monitor, no price point yet that i can see but seeing as they have G-sync it may be a pretty penny. so are any of you excited for this as well? Disclaimer: I am not sponsored for this and am not affiliated with ASUSTEK or ROG in any capacity, just a fan of good monitors Edit: fixed 4Hz
  13. I was just looking for some ASUS themed case and came up with this, so thought might post it here A ROG certified case https://www.nzxt.com/product-overview/noctis-450-rog For sale at $179.99 Been released for 5 days ago. Not really new anymore AURA Synced, 2 USB 3 ports on top like regular Noctis 450, 2 USB 2 ports on top too and separate mic/audio port So basically the regular black red Noctis 450 with RGB, some drawings and syncable with Aura sync for 50 dollars more Here is an ROG themed build for fun
  14. Hey guys, My sister is an owner of an Asus ROG GL552VW She has had it for about 6 months and uses it very frequently, the laptop however has showed it's fair bit of issues the last couple months and no it has come to a point where the laptop is barely usable. The computer seems to be stuck in airplane mode indefinetly meaning it can't connect to WiFi or anything else, the ethernet doesn't work either. Also, the icon tray in the bottom right hand corner of the laptop (The OS is windows 10) is missing about 15 icons some of which are essential, including the WiFi icon. Another problem is that, even though the laptop is plugged in, it isn't charging. However, it isn't losing battery life either... Very strange. It also seems that none of the keyboard shortcuts work, this includes turning the brightness up/down and turning the backlit keyboards on/off. I have tried installing an antivirus onto my usb via my own laptop (Dell xps 15 9550, very happy with it btw) and transferring it to hers, it found one small unwanted document but that wasn't the problem. Now the warranty still counts and the retailer we bought it from is a 10 minute bike ride from here, but if I can fix it myself I'd be more than happy to do it. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks for the help! -HKjr
  15. Hey, i went to the page where i always buy my pc parts and found 3 different prices of the ''same'' gpu... The gtx 1070 8gb gaming asus strix: Links : - https://www.pccomponentes.com/asus-rog-strix-geforce-gtx-1070-gaming-8gb-gddr5 - https://www.pccomponentes.com/asus-rog-strix-geforce-gtx-1070-gaming-oc-8gb-gddr5 - https://www.pccomponentes.com/asus-strix-geforce-gtx-1070-oc-8gb-gddr5-reacondicionado Thanks....
  16. Hi Im about to buy the ASUS ROG GL702VM-GC004T and i want to know if it gets loud while gaming and 4k rendering/videoediting Sorry if my english is bad (im a norwegian)
  17. Hey everyone this is my first post so I do hope it is in the right place and has not been answered already I have recently purchased an ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1060 6gb (much needed upgrade from my old R9 270x!) and I absolutely love the card it is a great performer and is great playing modern games at 1080p @ 60fps My question is pertaining towards the 0db fan technology and the fan speeds itself. Would running the card with the 0db technology turned on (only turning the fans on at around 60c which is great for noise) affect the longevity of the card as I don't fancy upgrading until the 1080 becomes around the same price as the 1060 is now (550$NZD) The idle temperature for me is around 50-53c with 0db turned on and I have good airflow in my case (cooler master HAF 912) and where I live isn't a very hot climate even though we are technically in summer (New Zealand's summers are windy and rainy lol) Would this hurt the card at all or would I be better off setting a custom user defined fan curve in GPU Tweak so that the fans kick in at around 40c and keep it at 40c idle and run at 40% (around 1400rpm) Sorry if this is a n00b thing to ask it's just my first "high end" gpu I have owned and want to be careful Thanks everyone
  18. Does the cryorig h5 universal fit an asus rog 970 pro motherboard with quad channel ram? Thanks
  19. Hi Guys! I have just bought an ASUS ROG GL702VM-DB71. Everything is working fine but I'm just worried about the GPU temperatures. The GTX1060 GPU runs up to 88°C when running at high loads. I haven't experienced any thermal shutdowns but I'm a bit worried about the temps. Are these temperatures a bit too hot? Any suggestions? Thanks!
  20. Hello everybody, So, i decided to get a new laptop, since the one i am currently using doesn't fit my needs anymore. I am a university student, i need portability, so unfortunately i have to stick to laptops (even though i could build a much-much faster pc at this price). It doesn't matter if the laptop is thick or heavy, it just needs to fit in my luggage. I play CS:GO, as this is basically the only game my laptop can run now, but I would like to try heavier games with my new laptop such as GTAV, MAFFIA3, No man's sky, etc.. My budget is around 1000$. I was checking out Asus rog machines, and these are my options: ASUS ROG GL553VW (unfortunately it seems like that this is not selling yet in the US, but the specs: i7-6700HQ, GTX960M 4GB, 8GB RAM, 1000GB+128GB HDD and SSD). ~1100$ ASUS ROG GL502VT (i7-6700HQ, GTX970M 3GB, 8GB RAM, 1000GB HDD) ~1200$ your suggestion So, basically I can sacrifice ~1000$ for this project. MAYBE i can sell my current machine for 250$, but this is not certain. I would like to get the best possible performance for my money. I am hesitant on which one should i buy, or whether i should wait for ces2017 (?laptops with 1050?) or prices to drop. You should note that here, in Hungary those douchebags who call themselves retailers are selling (THIS for 1640$ which is a joke.) Maybe if I wait one or two months the price of the 1060 laptops go down, but I am not sure. What do you think? Should i wait months for a possible price drop in 1060 machines? Ps: Is even a price drop expected? I personally don't think so, because asus just released their new GL553VW with 960M, so I don't think that they are planning on making 1060 laptops cheaper. Oh, i am pissed.
  21. Hi there I am looking for a x99 motherboard for gaming, video editing etc... I am stuck between these three boards (msi x99a gaming pro carbon, asus rog strix x99 gaming &asus x99 deluxe ii). Which one should I choose? I will be watercooling and would like to overclock as much as possible.
  22. My friend has a problem with his graphics card not being detected. He has a ASUS ROG G20CB with a Nvidia GTX 970. We tried installing Nvidia expirience since we thought it only needed a software update. We tried to use a DVI cable to hook up his display, but that didn't work. So we used a HDMI cable connected to the motherboard since the GPU doesn't have a HDMI connector.
  23. Is this worth USD $599.99?! The Asus Rampage V Edition 10 is one hell of a motherboard. From the name of it, this is supposed to represent what would otherwise be a “Black Edition” motherboard like the previous Rampage IV Black Edition, but Asus decided to instead commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the ROG brand as a whole with this mother of a motherboard. I would have to admit I actually like the naming of it. This motherboard comes out of the box ready for Broadwell-E Core i7 K and X-series CPU’s for the X99 chipset, and comes with new features never seen yet. It omits 2 SATA ports and two SATA Express ports in favor of having 10 SATA ports and a U.2 port for those running the 2.5” version of the Intel 750 Series SSDs. The motherboard is also “dressed to kill”, as it now bears a whole new look compared to the Asus Rampage V Extreme, and a monochrome color scheme save for those LEDs. Did I forget to mention that with all of this, this motherboard is also quite heavy? Yeah, let me tell you, it sure as hell is, especially that backplate though! When you guys first saw that I bought this thing from Amazon, you guys were like “Whaaa? Did he just drop over $600 on a motherboard? Is he crazy?!”, yes I will admit it is a crazy-ass motherboard. The price tag is very high, putting it out of reach for most consumers of the X99 platform and is solely reserved for the most diehard of all enthusiasts like me. This motherboard has been powering my system ever since August 13 after a terrible rollercoaster that was started by none other than me for being a dumbass (lol) and forgetting to install the software to get the SupremeFX Hi-Fi software to get the aforementioned USB DAC to actually work. So, just a reminder, install the software along with the drivers to get your system up and running if you intend to actually buy this motherboard. Please I implore you to do so, especially now that all of the drivers and utilities now come on a USB drive. The unboxing and contents This motherboard comes with the following: User’s Manual (always read through this, even if you’ve been building systems for years. Don’t jinx it!) 2, 3, and 4-way SLI bridges (yes this board does support up to 4 GPU’s) Two CPU Installation Tools (One for Haswell-E and one for Broadwell-E CPU’s) SupremeFX Hi-Fi USB DAC w/ supplied cable 3T3R Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Magnetic Antenna (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac compliant and supports Bluetooth 4.0) RGB cable (for hooking up your AURA-ready RGB LED strip to the RGB header on your motherboard) 3 Thermal Probes Fan Extension Card w/ 5-pin cable and screw pack 5 SATA Straight and 5 SATA 90º to Straight Data cables for 10 SATA Data cables M.2 drive screw pack 3 ROG Fan stickers 10 SATA Data cable labels USB drive with drivers and utilities Q-Connector for front panel stuff I/O frame 2 Coasters The Features and Specs This motherboard has an ass-load of features and specs to go over, so bear with me as I list all dem things from the product page under the specifications ROG Features AURA Lighting 1 RGB Header AURA Software 4 Asus SafeSlot PCIe x16 slots for being able to withstand those gargantuan GPU’s or those with waterblocks strapped to them Supports up to 4-way SLI and CrossFire*1 Extreme Overclocking Arsenal 4 PCIe Dual Inline Package switches 4 DRAM Channel Dual Inline Package switches LN2 Mode ReTry Button Slow Mode Button MemOK Button Safe Boot Button Start and Reset Buttons Voltage Checkpoints (AKA ProbeIt) KeyBot II (Turns your keyboard into an overclocking tool) One-touch overclocking EZ XMP switch DirectKey button Clear CMOS button Power On button UEFI BIOS Features O.C. Profile GPU.DIMM Post Tweaker’s Paradise ROG SSD Secure Erase Graphics Card Information Preview ROG RAMDisk For more information on virtual RAM drives, watch this Techquickie Video here. Extreme Tweaker Special Features 5-Way Optimization by Dual Intelligent Processors 5 5-Way Optimization tuning key perfectly consolidates TPU, EPU, DIGI+ VRM, Fan Xpert 4, and Turbo Core App Asus Wi-Fi GO! Wi-Fi GO! Function: Cloud GO!, Remote Desktop, Remote Keyboard & Mouse, File Transfer Asus Exclusive Features MemOK! AI Suite 3 Ai Charger+ Anti-Surge USB 3.1 Boost Remote Entertainment Media Streamer HyStream Asus Quiet Thermal Solution Asus Fan Xpert 4 Asus EZ DIY : Asus CrashFree BIOS Asus EZ Flash 3 Asus USB BIOS Flashback Asus UEFI BIOS EZ Mode Multi-language BIOS Push Notice Asus Q-Design Asus Q-Code Asus Q-LED (CPU, DRAM, VGA, Boot Device LED) Asus Q-DIMM Asus Q-Connector Overclocking Protection Asus C.P.R.(CPU Parameter Recall) Turbo App Specs CPU Socket LGA2011-3 with support for Haswell-E and Broadwell-E CPU’s Intel X99 chipset 8-phase CPU Power Architecture Memory Quad Channel memory, with 8 DIMMs total, and support for up to 64GB of RAM (Haswell-E) or up to 128GB of RAM (Broadwell-E). Supports only unbuffered DIMMs, even if you have a Xeon CPU installed. Supports Intel XMP Storage 10 SATA Ports (Off of the X99 chipset) 1 U.2 Port (Off of the CPU) 1 M.2 Port (supports 2260, 2280, and 2210 M.2 devices. This port also comes off of the CPU)*4 Supports RAID 0, 1, 5, and 10 Supports Intel Smart Response Technology*5 Expansion 4 PCIe x16 slots*2 1 PCIe x4 slot*3 1 PCIe x1 slot Audio ROG SupremeFX 8-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC Supports: Jack-detection, Multi-streaming, Front Panel Jack-retasking Audio Feature SupremeFX Shielding™ Technology DTS Connect Optical S/PDIF out port(s) at back panel Audio amplifier: Provides the highest-quality sound for headphone and speakers Premium Japanese-made audio capacitors: Provide warm, natural and immersive sound with exceptional clarity and fidelity Sonic Studio II Sonic Radar II USB [X99 Chipset] 4 USB 3.0 Ports (4 on motherboard via 19-pin headers) [X99 Chipset] 6 USB 2.0 Ports (2 at the I/O Port and 4 on motherboard*6) [ASMedia USB 3.1 Controller] 4 USB 3.1 Ports (2 USB Type A and 2 USB Type C) [ASMedia USB 3.0 Controller] 4 USB 3.0 (via 4 USB ports at the I/O Port) Networking Ethernet Connectivity Intel I218-V 1x Gigabit Ethernet Controller Intel I218-AT 1x Gigabit Ethernet Controller 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports Anti-surge protection (LANGuard) ROG GameFirst technology support Wi-Fi Dual-band 2.4 to 5.0 GHz frequencies Supports IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Supports Asus Wi-Fi Go! Utility Transfer rates up to 1.3 Gbps Operating System Support Windows 10 64-bit Windows 8.1 32/64 bit Windows 7 32/64 bit Back I/O Ports 1 PS/2 Combo Port 2 USB 2.0 ports (one designated as USB BIOS Flashback and the other designated as KeyBot II) 4 USB 3.0 ports Three Wi-Fi antenna ports 4 USB 3.1 ports (2 Type A and two Type C ports) 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports 1 Clear CMOS button 1 USB BIOS Flashback button 5 Audio jacks 1 Optical Audio out Internal I/O Ports 1 x Aura RGB Strip Header 2 x USB 3.0 connector(s) support(s) additional 4 USB 3.0 port(s) 2 x USB 2.0 connector(s) support(s) additional 4 USB 2.0 port(s) 1 x M.2 Socket 3 for M Key, type 2260/2280/22110 storage devices support ( Support PCIE SSD only) 1 x TPM header 10 x SATA 6Gb/s connector(s) 1 x CPU Fan connector(s) 1 x CPU OPT Fan connector(s) 3 x Chassis Fan connector(s) 1 x Power Fan connector(s) 1 x Thunderbolt header(s) 1 x 24-pin EATX Power connector(s) 1 x 8-pin ATX 12V Power connector(s) 1 x 4-pin ATX 12V Power connector(s) 1 x SLI/CFX switch (2/3-WAY adjustments) 1 x Front panel audio connector(s) (AAFP) 1 x MemOK! button(s) 1 x Slow Mode switch(es) 9 x ProbeIt Measurement Points 1 x Thermal sensor connector(s) 1 x EZ Plug connector(s) (4-pin Molex power connector) 1 x Power-on button(s) 1 x Reset button(s) 1 x BIOS Switch button(s) 1 x 5-pin EXT_FAN(Extension Fan) connector 1 x Water Pump header (4-pin) 1 x LN2 Mode jumper(s) 1 x ROG extension (ROG_EXT) header(s) 1 x Safe Boot button 1 x ReTry button 1 x U.2 connector 1 x System panel connector 1 x DRAM channel switch 1 x PCIe x16 lane switch BIOS 128 Mb Flash ROM, UEFI AMI BIOS, PnP, WfM2.0, SM BIOS 3.0, ACPI 5.0, Multi-language BIOS, ASUS EZ Flash 3, CrashFree BIOS 3, F11 EZ Tuning Wizard, F6 Qfan Control, F3 My Favorites, Quick Note, Last Modified log, F12 PrintScreen, and ASUS DRAM SPD (Serial Presence Detect) memory information. Dual BIOS Chips Form Factor Extended ATX (12 in. x 10.7 in. or 30.5 cm. x 27.2 cm.) Notes *1 28-LANE CPUs can only support up to 3-Way SLI™/ 3-Way CrossFireX™ *2 The PCIEx8_4 slot shares bandwidth with M.2 and U.2. *3 The PCIEx4_1 slot shares bandwidth with front USB3_34 ports and back USB3.1_EC1_EA2 ports. If a X2 device is connected to the PCIEx4_1 slot, the front USB3_34 ports will be disabled. If a X4 or higher device is connected to the PCIEx4_1 slot, both front USB3_34 and back USB3.1_EC1_EA2 ports will be disabled. *4 These ports share bandwidth with PCIEx8_4 slot. *5 These functions will work depending on the CPU installed. *6 2 x USB2.0 port at mid-board shares with ROG extension (ROG_EXT) port. Shit, now that’s out of the way, let’s move on to what the user experience is like!!! The User Experience (and how I use the Rampage V Edition 10) The user experience so far is nice (even in the face of stories of people with bad motherboards on this particular platform as a whole). Navigating the BIOS is rather easy to say the least, and there is an immense amount of tweaking options available to the user which could end up confusing the user. I’ve never personally touched these options (especially Tweaker’s Paradise and just about every other DRAM option except DRAM voltage and frequency as I don’t understand what those options do) Getting this motherboard off of Amazon was something of a huge nightmare. When it was first released, it was sold out everywhere you would look. Amazon at one point reported anywhere from 1 to 3 months before a Rampage V Edition 10 shipped. So me personally getting my hands on one was painstaking, and I eventually bought it off of a third-party seller which turned out to be a complete joke in terms of customer service. So when it was returned and I got the full refund, I bought it again, this time from Amazon directly. Oh and when I installed the drivers, I forgot to install one crucial driver: The SupremeFX Hi-Fi driver to get the SupremeFX Hi-Fi USB DAC to work and playback any sound. A new feature I have yet to use is the DRAM Channel switches, as I have not yet ran into a dead stick of RAM and I’d betcha the LEDs will indicate which stick went bad anyways. But I’d imagine it seriously helps those who are watercooling their RAM. But the feature I really enjoy having is the PCIe Lane switches, as I could maybe end up with a dead GPU with two of them in SLI and I don’t want to go in and pull out whatever GPU ended up kicking the bucket. It’s like “flip this switch and done”. It’s just that convenient. The other feature I really believe should be on all motherboards except the barebones of the barebones is the dual BIOS chips. You just don’t know when your main BIOS will get corrupted and/or you flash the latest BIOS and you find out that it’s buggy as hell. With this particular feature, it’s one press of a button and you’re ready to boot using that BIOS and you can get back up and running, grab the latest BIOS, and attempt to flash that BIOS onto the corrupted/bugged BIOS chip and get that one back up and running. As of writing this review, I have the two BIOS chips running 1003 (BIOS 1) and 0901 (BIOS 2). I always run my second BIOS one version behind the primary BIOS so that way if the latest BIOS is buggy, I can switch to the secondary BIOS and flash that version onto the primary BIOS chip to roll it back one version, as I will know that the previous BIOS actually worked in the first place. The SupremeFX Hi-Fi is really one of the highlights of this motherboard. I use this USB DAC all the time and it’s been my primary source of audio for my headphones (I’m running the Sennheiser HD 598 SE). The SupremeFX Hi-Fi can drive headphones anywhere from 32 Ohms to 600 Ohms, a huge range! The I/O comprises of a 6.3mm and 3.5mm audio out jacks and a 3.5mm microphone/audio input jack. The software that’s needed to make this even work has the Headphone audio bit-depth of up to 32-bit, sample rate up to 384 kHz (don’t use anything above 192 kHz, or you’ll run into application issues outside of the SupremeFX Hi-Fi software). You can also choose between 3.5mm or 6.3mm headphone jacks depending on the jack you are using. If you are using any headphones with a different impedance rating, use the “Impedance Sense” function to get the DAC to work right otherwise you will have a bad listening time. The Microphone settings comprises of bit-depths of 16, 24, and 32-bit depths, and a sample rate of up to 96 kHz. You can select the audio source of either the Microphone or Line-in. On the subject of ASIO, the state is unload and it says the device is unavailable. I’ve read stories of people not being able to get this thing to work, but mine is working. Could be that the Sonic Studio II is missing since it’s been removed after the Windows 10 Anniversary Update? (comment below if you think there’s a different cause to this). One thing I don’t like about it is it sometimes crashes, requiring a sample rate adjustment to get it working again. No need to reboot your system if you’re wondering. Another thing I mentioned earlier before is if you’re using any sample rate higher than 192 kHz, games and applications will not play back any sound at all, as they just don’t support those higher sample rates. 32-bit depth works fine though. To fit the SupremeFX Hi-Fi USB DAC into your case, you will need an available 5.25” Optical Drive bay to install it. Powering it requires a 6-pin PCIe power connector, and you will need to use the included cable and connect it up to a USB 2.0 header on your motherboard. The biggest highlight of this motherboard I really, really love is the fact that Asus has gone ahead and put all of the drivers and utilities onto an USB drive. Thank goodness someone finally did it, and good riddance to the driver disc! Not only is USB going to be faster than the driver disc (unless you have a SATA 3 optical drive), it’s just that more convenient as you don’t need to grab yourself an optical drive of some sort. There are two USB 2.0 headers, and one of them is part of the ROG_EXT header for the OC Panel and the ROG Front Base. So be mindful of your USB 2.0 devices or get something like the NZXT IU01 if you ever need more USB 2.0 ports. AURA lighting is controlled via within the BIOS (I keep forgetting where to find it, but I’ll update it when I find it again) or the software itself in Windows. With the latest version, it does add support for ROG Strix GPUs with AURA lighting support, and for ROG peripherals such as the Claymore and the Spatha. The software comes with a variety of swanky lighting modes, such as Breathing, Color Cycle, Rainbow, and CPU Temperature. The colors are really good except White, which gives off a little bit of a Teal hue rather than a pure white. That particular color is really difficult to reproduce with RGB lighting. Otherwise you can get creative with the lighting. Upon first boot, the color mode defaults to the Color Cycle mode. You can always change the color and the lighting mode. AI Suite is one of those pieces of software I use. However I really use Fan Xpert 4 and nothing else to run all of my case fans in my computer. I’ve seen videos (one notable one is from Paul’s Hardware on his USD $3,500 computer when he used it to overclock his CPU to over 6 GHz) where the overclocking function will overclock your CPU to obscene levels of madness, which unfortunately causes instability as CPU’s can’t realistically run at those frequencies on even custom watercooling. So I advise you avoid that function like the plague until Asus actually fixes how it tests the frequencies of the CPU’s. Moving on to the CPU temperature reporting function, it seems they missed it on this one. When compared to HWMonitor and RealTemp, it is off by around 10º centigrade. I think Asus should actually fix this and get it to where it is accurate to within ± 1-3º centigrade. It doesn’t have to be spot-on but if it's within that range, I wouldn’t bother. Back to the Fan Xpert 4 thing, the fan calibration is quite often good. Sometimes it could be a hit or miss deal if your fans actually hit the lowest RPM ratings. The Fan Extension card is there for expanding the number of fans available from 6 fans to 9 in total, plus it comes with three extra thermal probe headers. So for you monitoring fanatics, you have it all right there! The Digi+ Power Control area is something I’ve never touched into, but if you want to know more about it; there’s the Optimized Phase and Active Frequency Mode indicators to indicate whether those are either on or off. Since I’m running my Intel Core i7-5930K at 4.6 GHz, those two options are turned off. Diving right into it, the CPU tab contains the CPU Power Phase Control to control number of active phases based on current CPU load. In my case, it’s set to the Extreme setting, which means all eight phases of my CPU power architecture are active. There is also the CPU VRM Switching Frequency, which adjusts the spread spectrum to help enhance system stability when under load. Mine is set to Auto. There is also CPU Load Line Calibration which German overclocker der8auer explains very well here. Let me know if you guys want me to write up a guide on AI Suite 3. If you do, I’ll go and do my research and tell you all about the functions of AI Suite 3. Otherwise I’ll end it here as it will take way too long (I mean this review is already long, geeze) Overall it has been a stable experience, save for the long initialization time before Windows starts loading. Could be my particular GPU model is not listed on the devices QVL list. Don’t know, but it works nevertheless. To show how much of an ROG fanboy I am, I have two of their coaster chilling on my desk which I use all the time. Sometimes I like to use the second one to cover my drinks from dust and other nasties from getting into them. Overclocking A high-end motherboard like this is guaranteed to be built with overclocking in mind. The CPU power area is boasting eight phases of VRMs to power the CPU. With more phases, the VRMs will run more efficiently and cooler. For an expensive motherboard, those VRMs and MOSFETs have got to be of high-quality otherwise it’s not worth the huge price premium this monster carries. Overclocking on the Rampage V Edition 10 has been awesome. I managed a 4.6 GHz overclock at 1.29 volts on my CPU. I did overclock my RAM at some point, and I even attempted a 2800 MHz overclock, but at that frequency, the motherboard would be boot-looping, so I had to use the Safe Boot button to get it back up and running and at that point, I backed off the DRAM frequency. So one of the overclocking functions I don’t use very often saved my ass! Other than that, I would need to research the other functions before even thinking about trying them out for myself. Once I get to custom watercooling, I may even be able to squeeze out the magical 4.7 GHz I’ve been wanting to achieve, but unfortunately my AIO liquid cooler can’t even handle it at all. The Aesthetics The overall looks of the motherboard is something of a hallmark. The black and gray color scheme is really good, and the RGB LEDs adds that extra bit of flair for customization to your heart’s content. I have mine set to purple when at the desktop, but when booting up, it’s red, and all RGB LEDs are turned completely off when it’s powered off. The SafeSlot guards also look good too. I do hope Asus is right about the overall added strength to withstand massive or watercooled GPUs, as those can put a lot of stress on the PCIe x16 slots. The Conclusion Overall, I have landed with a stable, extremely expensive board that has ended up becoming my all-time favorites. Asus has been good with their products I have used thus far. I’ve heard horror stories of terrible customer service, and I’ll admit when I was on the phone with them, I felt they were very incompetent with the motherboard’s functions which were eventually resolved with me finally figuring out that I was missing the software needed to make the SupremeFX Hi-Fi DAC work for once. If they knew about it, they would have told me otherwise, but I’ll save my customer service gripes in a separate review, as this focuses on the product, not the company. Onto other aspects that people seem to have problems with, I looked at the memory QVL list to make sure that the RAM kit I planned on getting is going to work. Asus (or any other company really), cannot vouch for the compatibility of other RAM that falls outside of the memory QVL list, even if it’s from the same brand. If you are going to install RAM outside of the list, you are doing so at your own risk, and they’re not responsible. Pros Incredible ease of use Ass-load of features that makes this thing a monster Incredible expandability with 4 PCIe x16 slots and 10 SATA ports USB Drive in favor of the Drivers Disc Plethora of items for the motherboard (except the coasters. Those two belong on the desk) Cons Massive price tag of USD $599.99 SupremeFX Hi-Fi’s sample rates above 192 kHz causes games and applications to not play back any sound SupremeFX Hi-Fi sometimes crashes, requiring a disable/re-enable. Mediocre AI Suite 3 overclocking function is not very good Fan Xpert 4 may not be able to hit those low RPM’s for absolute silence fanatics CPU temperature not so accurate, off by ~10º centigrade most of the time If I have to rate it on a scale of 1 to 10, I would give it a 8/10. Certain aspects could be improved, especially the software side of things. Otherwise it is one hell of a motherboard I really love, even with its set of quirks, as long as it doesn’t affect the overall stability
  24. Asus ROG Claymore [Mechanical keyboard] 2015 version 2016 verison Material: Aluminum Layout: TKL with optional numpad (plug into left side of keyboard to use it as a macropad & right side for standard numpad OR numpad only). Keys: CherryMX Red, Blue, Brown and Black Wrist rest: Doesnt seem like it. Software: ROG Armoury +(?) Asus Aura (Will support reprogrammable buttons & lighting customization). Color Lighting: 16.8 million (RGB) N-key rollover: Yes (Full N-key rollover). Pass-through: USB 3.1 and 3.5mm audio Audio Wheel: Yes Wireless: No Other: Detachable keypad that can be used as keypad, macropad or stand alone (will most likely come with the keyboard otherwise the keyboard is nothing different from what the competition offers). Pricing and availability: Availability inconsistent. "Core" version is 149€ (TKL without the numpad), rumors say they have bugs with the numpad so launch date for full version unknown. Asus ROG Spatha [MMO Mouse] Number of buttons: 12 Button: Romer (exact button is unknown but you can change them just like in the Asus ROG Gladius) 20 million clicks durability. Material: "Magnesium Alloy". Looks like a metal base with the same premium plastic that was on the gladius (fingerprint resistant and no coating). Software: ROG Armoury +(?) Asus Aura (Supports re-programmable buttons & lighting customization). Sensor: Not official but all the specs match up with the Avago ADNS-9800 This is a very commonly used sensor but it's known for having small amounts of input lag and sometimes acceleration issues, last mentioned was fixed with firmware on some mice. DPI: Up to 8 200 Polling Rate: Up to 2000 hertz (1000hz wireless) Tracking: 150 ips Acceleration: 30G Sensor placement: Color Lighting: 16.8 million (RGB) 3 zones (scroll wheel, logo, side buttons) Battery: 900mAh Wireless: 2,4Ghz RF, polling rate limited to 1000hz. Modular: Switches can be replaced. Weight: info inconsistent, but Asus's website says 179g excluding cable. Mouse feet: 4 teflon mouse feet. Fairly small. Other: Vertical charging stand Package content: Pricing and availability: Available. 155€ (on discount), 149USD, 135£ (Prices taken from amazon, 07/12/2016).
  25. Hey guys, Recently, I have decided that it's time to upgrade my old 60hz Dell to something a little more fancy. I'm currently on a 980ti STRIX so I feel like I would benefit from something a little cooler. Currently i'm looking at an ASUS PG279Q, but reading about IPS-bleed worries me a little bit. I'm ready to shell out the big bucks on a high end monitor, but is there cause to be a concerned about the IPS bleed being super bad? It really sucks having to play russian monitor roulette with an expensive display like this. I'm mainly gonna be using the monitor for gaming and light web browsing. Do you guys have any experience with this monitor that would help ease my mind? or are my concerns well founded? I feel like it would be a shame to go with a TN panel, but maybe i'm wrong? Thanks in advance.