PCDIY is moving to Edge Up

The PCDIY website has been giving you the inside scoop on ASUS components for more than three years, but it’s time for a change. Today marks the beginning of a new site, Edge Up, which extends the PCDIY formula across a broader range of products, technologies, and even games. We’ll continue to produce the same…

This is the ASUS Strix GeForce GTX 1080—Pascal on another level

Ever since Nvidia announced its GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card earlier this month, we’ve been eagerly anticipating custom solutions that deviate from the reference “Founders Edition” design. The first of those has now arrived in the ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080. In addition to higher clocks, the card has better cooling than the Founders Edition,…

Intel talks CPUs and overclocking on the ASUS Straight Edge podcast

The ASUS Straight Edge podcast is a relatively new endeavor that digs into the truth behind the technologies in the PC space. Our latest episode features a couple of Intel veterans: longtime PR manager Dan Snyder and enthusiast strategic marketing lead Aaron McGavock. They answer a stack of questions on everything from CPUs to overclocking to platforms. We also get…

Oculus Rift VR pre-orders are live, and ASUS is ready

Virtual reality promises to be one of the most exciting developments in PC gaming, and it’s getting tantalizingly close to market. Oculus just launched a pre-order program for its long-awaited Rift headset. Priced at $599, the Oculus Rift is expected to ship in March 2016. High frame rates and low latency are critical to maintaining immersion in…

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Take a bite out of the candy-bar-sized Chromebit CS10

In some ways, the ASUS Chromebit CS10 is the antithesis of what we typically cover at PC DIY.  The case is completely closed, with no way to customize the internal components—or even peek inside.  And it runs Chrome OS, which favors hands-off remote management over hands-on local tweaking.  These attributes are ideal for the Chromebit’s…

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Here’s the custom gaming rig we brought to PDXLAN

PDXLAN November went down over the weekend, and ASUS was there with a sweet custom gaming machine built around the ROG Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard and dual Strix GTX 980 Ti graphics cards.  The system spent the weekend running Grand Theft Auto V and The Witcher 3 on the upcoming ROG Swift PG27AQ gaming monitor.  If you didn’t…

PCDIY Live Stream & Q&A #6 10/27/2015

We are coming up on Wednesday and for those in the know that means it’s time for another PCDIY live show. The PCDIY live show is the best place to get updates on all things ASUS while also getting information and insights into the latest in tech news, tech hardware, software, games and more. Topping…

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ASUS and Google Announce the OnHub SRT-AC1900 Router

Fremont, California (October 27, 2015) — Today ASUS adds a new face to its award-winning family of networking products with the ASUS OnHub. We’re proud to collaborate with Google to rethink routers and make them easier to use. The ASUS OnHub is a seamless, natural extension of your home or office that anyone can set…

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ASUS R9 NANO White Edition Coming Soon

Here at ASUS we are always busy looking for what enthusiasts want. This is one of the ways ASUS has stayed at the forefront of the industry, especially in regards to features and functionality. While both these aspects are important, aesthetics & visual interest have been and continue to be equally important to many builders….

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PCDIY Gamestream and Q&A – Ashes of the Singularity

Hello PCDIY gamers. We are excited to announce for our upcoming game stream our friends over at Stardock provided us with an opportunity to play the awesome, innovative, built for the PC Ashes of the Singularity. If you are someone who is into RTS games you are going to want to check this out. This games…