ASUS Ares II Overkill3D Review

Unigine 0xAA

ASUS Ares II Overkill 3D Review

Unigine 0xAA

Things return to normal in Unigine. Similar to 3D Mark the Unigine benchmark really makes the most of every bit of hardware available to it, which is why we see a massive benefit from the extra card. Although the single card results are close to the Devil13 as we'd expect.



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Most Recent Comments

30-01-2013, 15:41:37

Watched the Vids mate, nicely done with the entire review, and great cards!

Not my cup of tea with the whole AIO WC though..... i like modding, but to buy it like that, seems odd Quote

30-01-2013, 16:25:14

Love the video with bench marking. there great cards. now how do i afford them Quote

30-01-2013, 17:29:55

Great Reviews Tom,

The card looks great and benches even better..That is a lot of CASH

I do miss the Crysis benchmark where you blow the hell out of the chopper


30-01-2013, 20:17:32

Way to much cash but people want to pay for it but sure someone bought it and is happy.Quote

01-02-2013, 15:36:27

That does it! I´ll stick to Devil 13, where You do get the accessories at a much lower price and virtually the same power. I will NOT pay £500 - 600 for a metal suitcase worth around £50! Come again, Asus. You know better!!!Quote

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