Please introduce yourself and let us know more about you.
Let me start off, My name is ottoyu34. You can find me in few other forums with the same name. Computers being one of my biggest hobbies. I'm into overclocking (for 24/7),watercooling,system building,gaming,folding,etc.
My name is Kenji, and hail from NY. From Long Island, but currently live in Brooklyn. I did 8 years in the Army, and then earned my Associate's in Computer Info Systems, and got a B.A. in Economics. Working on a second Bachelor's in Computer Science towards getting the Master's. I work in IT field. Been a long time builder, but a casual OCer. I OC and mess around, but don't go crazy with liquid nitrogen and trying for record benchmarks. Long time gamer too, but due work, school, and other hobbies, gaming is a real luxury. If I am not careful, I can game a day or 2 since gaming time flies by too fast.
I've owned several motherboards, but easily 80% of them have been Asus. Always been a fan of Asus motherboard's aesthetics, reliability, & features. Most of my builds were custom water cooled loops but since I upgrade fairly often, it got old switching out water blocks, draining system, etc. So now I just use All-in-One closed loops for the ease and convenience. Besides tech and gaming, I'm into drums, guitar, drawing, reading, movies, working out, playing soccer, archery, camping, and riding my crotch rocket. That's about it!:cool:
Hi everyone, My name is Luke and I am the owner of @techtalkreviews on Instagram at the time of writing this we are just over 11.5k followers. I have a been owner of Asus products for the last 7 years and I have always been impressed, I won't bother posting my PC it's not that impressive. Anyway you will probably see me around. Cheers. 🙂
Good morning everyone! (It's 8:30 AM on July 20, 2018)
My name is Hai Thanh Nguyen, I'm currently the owner of an ASUS ROG GL552VX (Yeah I know it is old enough) in Vietnam.
Today, I registered my own ASUS account to be bound with this forum profile so that I can join into a big community to share, discuss and experience the best out of ASUS products, it is also my favorite thing to help the others with my knowledge in IT fields.
I bought a mini-itx case ( A1 with RGB), inwin fans with RGB . After install everything I realize that this Asus ROG z370 i-gaming MB uses this addressable 5V WS2812b for strips, not the regular RGB 12V header! 😞 :mad: So, is this possible to adapt it to use as a Regular RGB header and Aura sysnc ?
While Im not new to all of this, Ive built computers etc, today I just built a pc that has an unlocked cpu (the 8700k) and on the Z370-E.
I am pretty excited to get started and learning how to overclock. I saw some discussion on it and everything, but the bios is a bit scary for someone who has never done this before. I kind of have an idea on what to do (about voltages, temps and all that) but of course Im not going to go crazy, I want a cput that will last me at least a few years lol.
Anyway - Wanted to say hi, I hope to learn a lot from the community and all Viva la Republic!