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|06-09-2019 04:33 AM|
My twins lol
Maximus V Formula and Extreme, still running after all these years @4.5GHZ, and I just recently picked up an RX 570 ROG Strix for my other PC. Many an HWBOT scores with those 2 still running a 2550k and a 3570k.
|06-07-2019 05:20 AM|
Just a spam campaign.
|06-02-2019 10:25 PM|
|05-31-2019 10:14 AM|
Time sure does fly! To think that we have now had Asus with us for 30 years. I think a good many of us here have owned an Asus product at one time or another. I personally have owned a few of their motherboards and routers over the years. Asus have decided to celebrate their 30th milestone with a giveaway, see below on how you can get in on the celebrations.
You can get a chance at those prizes by clicking HERE
OCN'ers, be sure to get in that prize draw
Share your stories with OCN
In the spirit of this event, I think it would be good time to share some stories and images revolving around your favorite Asus products ! It would be fantastic if we could get participants or passers by to share :
1. What was/is your favorite Asus product you have owned and why ?
2. Build images, do you have builds featuring your favored Asus hardware ? If so then please share with all as we would love to see them. If not build images, we also love to see some of those pro shots of Asus hardware, I know you guys are out there
Good luck to all the entrants.
|05-31-2019 09:50 AM|
|John Plissken||I'm never going to say one company is the best, and just blindly refuse to use anything else. But every Asus product I have owned has been miles ahead of the rest in terms of build quality and reliability. Asus graphics and motherboards are the gold standard. Sure there might be one or two other options depending on what you are building, but even if there are, they are just trying to match the standards that Asus has set. The first Asus product I bought was the Direct CuII r9 290x, and I immediately regretted every previous graphics card I have bought. The next computer I built had Asus motherboard and graphics, and that has been my go-to starting point ever since. I have had a few clients specifically request MSI, AsRock, and others. I will do it if that's what they want, but I don't recommend it, and the difference in quality is... Appearent, to say the least. Even when the feature set is comparable, the materials are often lower quality, the design is lacking, or some other corners have been cut. If you want the features, quality, and design all in one package, you almost have to get Asus.|
|05-28-2019 05:13 PM|
|junglechocolate||so if you've never owned an ASUS product, you're SOL?|
|05-25-2019 06:39 AM|
I don't even know when this finish.
Actually monitor is only I could really use for my PC, other award maybe even better are not so important for me.
But 4K monitor is ultra extremely important, I don't even need so expensive, but 4K 27-32" and flat panel are necessary.
Because this ASUS monitor are best specification I saw, but price is high as well.
4K-HDR-GSync-144Hz... all important specications gamers need together.
Even when 8K become standard and GPU power increase 10 times from now this PG27UQ will be useful as now people ask 100fps on 1080p.
Same will be for 7-8 years for 4K, because it's not 60Hz only.
I have 27" monitor, I never needed nothing bigger. First I tried 24", but after month I figure out it's small sell him immediately and bought 27".
People say 4K is best on 27-32".
|05-25-2019 05:38 AM|
Anyone win anything ?
Sure it was just a crappy new aio asus came out with
|05-25-2019 01:40 AM|
I have had three Asus boards. I've built systems for other people using different manufacturers, but I prefer Asus.
The first is a slot 1 P3 board made in 1999. I still have it and everything on it still works.
The second was a P5Q SE Plus. I used that from '09 to '11. In trying to remove a CPU backplate stuck on with far too strong and adhesive, I destroyed several traces, and gouged a couple of holes in the back of the board in various places with a screwdriver. After that it went into my brothers computer, and it also still works! I have no idea how. Looks like it went straight through an address line. It's been like it for most of its life now and hasn't had any problems.
The third is my P8P67 Pro. It's faulty. It's got a dead marvell sata controller. If you reset the CMOS then it doesn't post unless you're lucky. Disable it however and it works every time. It has been like that since I got it new in 2011. The bluetooth also failed last year and caused a bunch of USB issues, but disabling it has also cleared that up. Neither problem is serious enough to make me stop using it, and this faulty board has had over 8 years worth of use in that state. I've still no desire to upgrade it.
|05-24-2019 12:51 PM|
|Naeem||i am asus motherbaord user from past 15 years now , right now started from P4800 mobo and now have Asus Crossahir Hero 6|
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