ASUS ROG Xpander might be the craziest four-way SLI solution you've ever seen

Hexus writes: "Turns out the Rampage III Extreme motherboard unveiled by ASUS back in March won't support four-way SLI configurations right out of the box.

Perhaps in an effort to keep costs down, ASUS opted against equipping the board with NVIDIA NF200 bridge chips and a four-way SLI license. The decision makes sense, as very few users are ever going to utilise a four-way GPU configuration, and both the added expense and additional power draw (each NF200 chip eats up around 6W) are essentially drawbacks for 99 per cent of users."


There's finally a new 8K monitor on the way, with DisplayPort 2.1 included

The ASUS ProArt Display PA32KCX is on the way - a brand-new 8K monitor designed for professionals, including DisplayPort 2.1 connectivity.


ASUS has a new 4K HDMI 2.1 monitor that's perfect for gamers

This one overclocks to a 160Hz refresh rate.

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ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 GU603H Review – Powerful! | Fortress of Solitude

The ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 GU603H is truly a beast of a machine when it comes to performing under heavy loads. While there is still room for improvement on the graphics side, 1080p gaming on Ultra High settings above 60FPS is great by any means. You’re not always able to make the most of its 165Hz panel, but it’s still great to have. The only downside to the newly-introduced Intel Core i9 CPU is that there is quite a steep jump over previous Zephyrus gaming laptops.

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