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The Ultimate Force, also known as TUF, is a range of motherboards from ASUS that have gained a reputation over the last couple of years for being extra-hardened against heat and intense use, tested with military and server-grade quality controls to ensure die-hard robustness.

Bring it!

They use exclusive tech like Thermal Armor heat funneling and mitigation, Thermal Radar sensors to detect temps instantly across the board, adjustable fan controls, and CeraM!X-coated heatsinks.

Boards like SABERTOOTH 990FX simply don’t buckle under pressure, and blow off heat like it’s nothing. To mark their steadfast dedication to motherboards that keep on working, ASUS has a new promo for you to take part in.

Heat? What's that?

The What Makes TUF Tough event basically wants you to watch a short video that highlights the three main advantages of TUF boards: cooling, reliability, and design (yes, they look amazing on top of working great). Then, you vote for which of the three you think the community will decide is the most important. After voting, you leave a comment. If you vote for the most popular, the TUF crew will evaluate your comment based on how passionate you are, and there’s prizes for those who make an impression: you could win  a SABERTOOTH 990FX, an ASUS Radeon HD 7770 graphics card, a sleek ASUS PA238Q monitor, or a speedy ASUS RT-N66U router! The only caveat is that you need to watch the full video at the event site, but come on, it’s like a minute and a half!

Adjacent to every great mobo there's a great monitor!

So, head over the the special TUF contest page, check out the video, make up your mind, comment, and hope to win one of those amazing prizes (contest runs from December 10-28, 2012, so get to it). Either way, you should check out a TUF board near you soon: if you want the very finest in heat-resistance and sheer durability, these mobos are TOUGH TO BEAT.

Well, I had to say it!

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