ASUS’ gaming line-up

March 2nd, 2011 in .PC Components .Products
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No, this isn’t a scene from a bad cop movie where you have to identify the motherboard that did you in. This is the awesome Republic of Gamers line-up that’s coming your way in 2011 from ASUS. You will be pleasantly surprised by what they are offering and may just start saving up for some new tech…

The new additions to Republic of Gamers includes the Rampage III Black Edition motherboard – which sounds like something you want to hide from at night – a gaming monitor, headset and router, and the tasty ROG Matrix GTX 580 graphics card.

Let’s start by taking a look at the scrummy motherboard shall we? The ROG Rampage III Black Edition motherboard has more than just a shiny name. It boasts features that improve on the award-winning Rampage III Extreme and that take this design to the next level.

The motherboard has XONAR audio, ASUS GPU Tweaklt, ROG Thunderbolt expansion and improved LAN and audio performance. It has plenty of features fit for the king gamer and will make someone a very nice present. Me, you can get it for me. Kidding…

To fully appreciate the awesomeness that is your new motherboard, how about the ASUS VG278H 3D monitor? This 27-inch LED beauty has 3D support with HDMI 1.4, a built-in infrared emitter and offers plenty of screen space for gaming fun, as well as work.

The ROG Matrix GTX 580 graphics card includes Nvidia tech and a bunch of ASUS-inspired features like Tweaklt, Probelt and more. It has excellent cooling facilities with custom made fans and DirectCU cooling and is purported to be nice and quiet too.

Finally, to really get your gaming off the ground, you’re going to need the RT-M66U dual-band wireless-N gigabit router. Trying saying that over and over again, fast. Yeah, I can’t either. The router is designed to offer gamers a lag-free experience and super fast internet access. Essential to anyone who enjoys online gaming.

So there you have it. A smorgasbord of delicious gaming technology from the Republic of Gamers range at ASUS. Reviews of these awesome bits will soon be popping up and I’ll be sure to let you know what the verdicts are.

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