In previous generations, the ASUS Republic Of Gamers (ROG) range has been split across three models – the micro-ATX Gene, the gaming oriented Formula and the more overclocker friendly Extreme. With Haswell and the Z87 Chipset there are two new members to the family: the budget Hero and the miniature Impact. Today we review the Impact, designed to hold true the ROG philosophy in a 17 cm x 17 cm PCB.
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