ASUS ROG Ares III Review

3D Mark Vantage

ASUS ROG Ares III Review

3D Mark Vantage

There is, as you might expect, absolutely bags of power from the Ares III. Given that we've reviewed some seriously powerful arrangements in recent times it's not quite as staggering as previous Ares models have been, but it's still quick. 

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29-09-2014, 06:16:17

Tripp
Ooooo this is going to be goodQuote

29-09-2014, 06:55:57

Excalabur50
This is a nice looking card but I wouldn't go for it over a regular 295x2Quote

29-09-2014, 07:46:58

G-Dubs
Mmmmm Kidney or Son....Kidney or Son? Don't have a son so it'll have to be a Kidney. There's never a gang of Triad organ harvesters around when you want one is thereQuote

29-09-2014, 08:13:37

Kushiro
Tom any chance your going to be able to get us some overclocking results? or has the card already been sent on its way? If these were indeed cherry picked to the extreme, I would like to see what they can do.Quote

03-10-2014, 22:18:47

deadeyeduck
The Good : So far from what I've seen this card is excellent, a bit pricey but excellent. I think the few good things to remember are the card has a full cover water block and won't have the warranty voided and its a super slim single slot card ready to go out of the box. I mean with a good custom loop you could have a sweet mini itx rig capable of awesome frame rates. Maximus VII Impact + ARES III = AWESOME!.
The Bad: for the money I think there are a lot better options plus I still think AMD lacks a lot with their drivers especially for CF. Also in ASUS's defense a little bit I think the r9 series GPU's are good but not good enough to choose over NVIDIA especially now with the release of the 970 and 980.


@ Newbie_NS810

There aren't any really complete reviews yet so far Tom here at OC3D has the best but this website http://pcdiy.asus.com/2014/10/tested...295-x2-review/ has a really good temp test breakdown and they also oc'd the card to 1125 gpu - 5500 memory at 1.3mV.Quote
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