ASUS G-Panel for ROG Motherboards

"ASUS shows G-Panel as a part of the ROG series mobos"

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ASUS G-Panel for ROG Motherboards

Tier 1 manufacturer, ASUS, has revealed their G-Panel which allows the user to adjust FSB, voltage, fan speed, etc from a convenient 5.25" drive-bay device. The G-Panel is part of ASUS' ROG motherboards and is quite a large unit - actually occupying two 5.25" bays. According to the source article, the G-Panel is compatible with some ROG motherboards, but specific models are unknown.

G-Panel is compatible with some mobos of ROG series, but the precise list is not given.
 
It's also uncertain as to whether the G-Panel will ship with future ROG motherboards or remain as an optional extra. Regardless, it looks like it'll cost a wee bit...

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Would you pay for a G-Panel if/when they become available?

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15-01-2009, 08:37:24

PV5150
Xigmatek has unveiled (paper release) their latest heatsink which it calls the Thor's Hammer.

Details in the news article

15-01-2009, 12:11:37

de_lenni
the first image made me think of the TRUE
looks nice from the top, this cooler. I'll be happy to read a review from this cooler to see how it performs

just noticed typo: in the title, it says "Xigmetek"

15-01-2009, 15:34:26

Rastalovich
Nice hunk of metal. It'll collect dust really well with those thin gaps between alternate fins, which isn't ideal.

Bet it performs very well against the likes of the vendetta2.

BUT - change the freakin base design - please ! People who test these must enjoy cleaning goo from the sides of pipes.

15-01-2009, 18:53:50

premiumgfx
Looks like an interesting design. Although I can't relly see the resemblance to Thor's hammer.

20-01-2009, 13:38:41

cybermaniac
doesn't look like anything revolutionary tbh.
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