ASUS 2010 Product Seminar

Introduction

Introduction

ASUS recently held a private seminar for select partners, lifting the wraps on some of their latest and greatest high end hardware . We at OC3D are lucky enough to be able to bring you the inside story of this spectacular event, where ASUS showed a lot of the hardware they will be exhibiting at Computex in June.

Because of the sheer volume of information ASUS provided us with, this will not be a typical news post. Instead this is full blown article with a seperate page for each product. The usual routine goes out of the window when there’s this much ground to cover.

The pages are as follows:

1 Introduction
2 The Crosshair IV Extreme, introducing Lucid SLI and Turbo Unlocker.
3 The Rampage III Extreme, obscene overclocking and a new solution for 4-way SLI
4 TPU - Turbo Processing Unit
5 RC Bluetooth, ROG Connect, USB BIOS Flashback
6 Ares - The fastest desktop graphics card ever.

Lets head over to the CHE and take a look at its Lucid Chip!

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Most Recent Comments

06-05-2010, 19:18:28

Brooksie
By the looks of the exit poll atm, it'll be a hung Parliament.

07-05-2010, 05:36:15

AMDFTW
well anticipated brooksie,as thats what happend,looks like the conservertive need about 26seats as they are in the lead

07-05-2010, 06:34:57

siravarice
After reading what Tom wrote about voting Labour so we won't get taxed to high heaven, I had to laugh. The ONLY way to sort out this economic failure is to tax everyone heavily, along with government spending cuts, bonus freezes and reductions within banks, sorting out the shambles benefits system and our border policy. Something the Tories have a better idea of.

Also, /rant over.

07-05-2010, 06:35:44

siravarice
Also, hung parliament! Stupid voters :P Tories need 36 seats to have majority and there are only 35 left!

07-05-2010, 11:10:43

tinytomlogan
The Torries will send us into a 2nd dip recession, labour will cut spending, but allow the economy to start recovering first. Lets not forget the 18% interest rates and humungous inflation the Torries left us with when they got voted out last time. Its Labour that fixed that, they also brought the NHS back from the brink, started tax credits ect ect.

Labour is the working mans party. Conservatives are for the rich, or blind. Read the manifestos - its comical.

10-05-2010, 16:13:07

WelshD1K
bnp...

or my mr's did this :

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11-05-2010, 14:19:07

Diablo
I voted for labour on the basis that the conservatives would really cut back on a lot of spending. As I have seen what happens when the NHS doesn't get enough money, and been on a six month waiting list, I can't condone a party that takes more money out. Also the cut backs would probably affect some of my friends who need governmental assistance to stay at university.

What sealed the deal was those conservative posters saying that labour made the rich richer, I mean of course I'm going to vote for that.

11-05-2010, 14:57:49

tinytomlogan
Brown has just resigned, and it sounds like Cameron has been invited to the palace so thats this country under Tory rule. Joy.

Going to be a nice recession.

11-05-2010, 16:02:52

AMDFTW
yer Cameron is now PM

11-05-2010, 16:15:45

Youngie1337
As long as PC hardware stays the same, I'm happy.
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