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  1. ASUS RoG Matrix HD5870 Platinum review

    ASUS RoG Matrix HD5870 Platinum review

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    If, and only if, you're the kind of person who enjoys torturing silicon until it screams by increasing clockspeeds and voltages purely for the hell of it is the Matrix HD 5870 the card for you.

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    Asus P6X58D-E review

    Asus P6X58D-E review

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    Asus ups the ante again with a new X58 motherboard for the budget focused

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    Asus ENGTX480 review

    Asus ENGTX480 review

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    The Asus ENGTX480 gives us our first taste of Nvidia's new DirectX 11 wonder-GPU - The GeForce GTX 480

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    Asus P7H55-M Pro review

    Asus P7H55-M Pro review

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    Can this new motherboard from Asus snatch the H55 chipset crown?

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    Asus P7H57D-V Evo review

    Asus P7H57D-V Evo review

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    Smell something fishy? That'll be the fusion, Intel style

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    Asus P7P55D-E Pro review

    Asus P7P55D-E Pro review

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    We find out how just how fast USB 3.0 is with the Asus 7P55D-E Pro motherboard

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    Asus P7P55-M review

    Asus P7P55-M review

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    This P55 mobo offers DDR3 and Core i7 support for under a ton

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    Asus M4A79XTD EVO review

    Asus M4A79XTD EVO review

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    A super speedy AM3 board for those wanting something overclocking friendly

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    Asus P6TD review

    Asus P6TD review

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    A deluxe X58 motherboard for the overclockers

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    Asus M4A785D-M Pro review

    Asus M4A785D-M Pro review

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    A micro-ATX mobo for that media centre you said you were going to build

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    Asus EN9600GT review

    Asus EN9600GT review

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    Can Nvidia's old-timer offer good power at a cheaper price?

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    Asus Triton 79 Amazing review

    Asus Triton 79 Amazing review

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    Calling your special edition series ‘Amazing’ is potentially hubristic, to say the least. Fortunately, Asus delivers on appearance – at least

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    Asus Striker II Extreme review

    Asus Striker II Extreme review

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    Some of NVIDIA’s recent mobo chipsets haven’t been that clever. The nForce 780i is a case in point. Despite the 7 Series moniker, it was little more than a rehash of the 680i chipset with PCI Express 2.0 unconvincingly glued on.

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    Asus EAH3850 OCGear review

    Asus EAH3850 OCGear review

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    Whatever happened to that 1950s science-fiction dream of computers as huge cabinets stacked wall-to-wall, with thousands of blinking lights and adjustable dials? All those optimistic scientists would probably be quite depressed to see what computers have become: mostly dull-grey, metal boxes with a monitor, keyboard and mouse. Asus is obviously planning to set the record straight with the EAH3850 OCGear.

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    Asus EN8800GS 384MB review

    Asus EN8800GS 384MB review

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    Unlike the AMD cards, not all the NVIDIA GPUs here feature the same basic specification. So, does the cut-down architecture of this Asus-made GeForce 8800 GS scupper its ability to compete with comparably priced Radeon HD 3850 boards?

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    Asus EN8800GT 512MB review

    Asus EN8800GT 512MB review

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    If there’s something to be said for keeping things simple and concentrating on the basics, then this Asus board makes its case loud and clear. It sticks entirely with NVIDIA’s reference design for GeForce 8800GT cards. The result is a total domination of our performance tests. Natch.

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