ASUS Ares II Overkill3D Review

Metro 2033

ASUS Ares II Overkill 3D Review

Metro 2033

Metro loves dual-GPUs. In fact we never tire of seeing how it's supposed to run when more than one GPU is present. The Ares II just shades the Devil13 again, and we finally get a benefit from our extra card. 

 

 

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30-01-2013, 15:41:37

Recon-UK
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

Gamepro105
Love the video with bench marking. there great cards. now how do i afford them Quote

30-01-2013, 17:29:55

Ron5382
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



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30-01-2013, 20:17:32

murphy7801
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

kejser11
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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