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ASUS announces ROG Certified Products

ROG Certified Overview

ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

ASUS announces ROG Certified Products

 

Asus is on a roll at Computex. They recently announced their ROG Certified product line, in cooperation with other hardware manufacturers. Products like cases, RAM modules and cooling kits with the ROG Certified mark sport an ROG logo and a black and red color scheme. We're here to give you an overview of the products that have been announced so far.

Cases


First up is the Bitfenix Atlas. The beast of a case was announced at Computex last year, and it's now part of the ROG Certified line. The Atlas looks like a larger version of the Corsair Air 540 is capable of insane water cooling setups. It even supports a 240mm radiator in the back of the case. It fits twenty 120mm fans too.

 ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

 

Another ROG Certified case is the InWin H-Tower, which many of you have probably seen already. It's a massive case that can open up to display your hardware with the press of a button (see below). The H-Tower supports up to an E-ATX motherboard and a 360mm radiator in the top. This unique case is definitely worth a look.

 

 

The last case on the ROG Certified list is the Lian Li Q17WX. There's not a lot of information known about the Q17WX, but it looks a bit like the MSI Nightblade, but with an ROG theme to it and a nice big window.

 

 ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

 

Memory Modules:


First up are two Avexir RAM modules: the Impact Series and Raiden Red Tesla ROG. The Impact Series is a low-profile RAM module with

The Impact Series is a low-profile RAM module with a, you guessed it, black and red color scheme. The Impact modules are specifically designed for the ROG Mini-ITX motherboards, with are named Impact too. A DDR4 version of these modules will be released Q3 2015 after the launch of Skylake.

 ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

The Raiden Red Tesla ROG modules are really big. It features 'exclusive patented technology of plasma tubes to mimic lightning effect and the innovative design of heat spreader.' Like the Impact series, a DDR4 version will launch Q3 2015.

 

 ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

Into familiar territory: Corsair will launch ROG themed Dominator Platinum DDR4 memory modules. They look pretty much the same as the normal Platinum modules, but they have an ROG sticker and a red metal bar on top. Nonetheless, we think it looks great.

 ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

 

There will also be G.Skill Ripjaws 4 series DDR4 memory with ROG Certification. They have an ROG sticker on them, and that's pretty much it. They still look sweet though.

 ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

Last but not least: the HyperX Predator DDR4 modules. These behemoths will get an ROG themed version in its all-black housing. It just has a red ROG logo this time.

 ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

 

Cooling Kits


Oh boy, there will be ROG branded water blocks. Two Bitspower Rampage V Extreme water blocks have bee announced so far. These are full cover blocks that cool the CPU as well. It will come in black and clear. Not much else is known at this point, but they're definitely worth following.

 

ASUS announced ROG Certified Products

 

The list also states a Silver Arrow ITX-R cooler, but there's no info on it yet. Not even a picture.

 

That wraps up the ROG Certified products. What do you think about this programme? Let us know.

 

Join the discussion on the ROG Certified products on the OC3D Forums.

 

ASUS has announced a list of ROG Certified products. We at OC3D give you an overview.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/cases_cooling/asus_announces_rog_certified_products/1

Posted by OC3D on Thursday, 4 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

04-06-2015, 10:38:32

The_Governour
no link mate?Quote

04-06-2015, 10:39:44

Feronix
Quote:
Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
no link mate?
They need to get the thread up before the article to link them mate, it has always been this way



That Dominator Platinum red is the worst PhotoSoup I've seen in a while :')
But errhh yeah. This means absolutely nothing to me. Probably put me off buying an "Omg hurr durr gam3rz" product rather than wanting to buy it.Quote

04-06-2015, 10:41:41

Thelosouvlakia
The Dominator sticks look bad with the rog theme :/
the other modules look very nice though. Especially the avexir onesQuote

04-06-2015, 10:47:59

TheOrangeOne
I like the idea behind this list- It makes it easier for people to find products that 'go' together in the same sorta themeQuote

04-06-2015, 10:57:16

MadShadow
How are they Dominator PLATINUMS if they are RED? Someone explain this to me Quote
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