We have a special presentation today featuring the ASUS ROG Strix XF 120 Fans. RGB fans now days are somewhat of a unicorn. When you want pure performance and are not worried about lights, then you are going to want a fan like the one we have in front of us today. Having lights are nice to look at but have no bearing on the performance of the fan. We don’t lose all style with the Strix XF because the design is a little stylish and has all the essentials needed for a great performing fan. So, with out anymore delay lets get into the details on the next few pages.
ASUS ROG STRIX XF 120, a 120 mm 4-pin pulse-width modulation (PWM) cooling fan that provides ultra-quiet acoustic profiles across a range of performance demands and applications. It delivers the optimal combination of airflow (up to 62.5 cubic feet per minute) and static pressure (up to 3.07 mm H2O), providing flexibility for use in case cooling or static pressure applications, including as a radiator or CPU cooler fan.
Our Mission – Delivering the perfect user experience
Unite gamers of diverse backgrounds to achieve their potential together in play. Through innovative technology and exceptional experiences, we can push boundaries to create a world without limits.
Our relentless drive to sharpen the cutting edge has reshaped the world of gaming technology. By leading the charge to adopt the latest technologies, ROG sets standards across the entire industry of gaming systems and PC components
In 2006, an elite team of ASUS engineers and designers committed to creating the world’s best gaming experiences came together to start the Republic of Gamers (ROG). Since its founding, ROG has set new industry standards creating innovative, hardcore gaming gear that empowers gamers and enthusiast everywhere.
The story begins with the groundbreaking ROG Crosshair motherboard, which was the first to put advanced overclocking settings in a user-friendly BIOS. Intuitive tweaking and cooling options enabled experts and novices to easily maximize performance and optimize acoustics. ROG motherboards are still defined by this flexibility, and feature increasingly refined aesthetics with tasteful RGB accents.
Our pursuit of performance led to graphics cards with advanced tweaking and cooling upgrades. ROG started with air cooling, added support for custom loops with the hybrid Poseidon series, and eventually made liquid cooling self-contained. In 2009, we shocked the world by planting two GPUs on a single graphics card to create the Mars series, which set a new standard for graphics power in a single card.
ROG enabled smoother gameplay by working closely with NVIDIA® to co-engineer G-SYNC™ technology that improves how GPUs and displays interact. We were the first to overclock panels up to 165Hz and beyond, and first to pair them with super-narrow bezels that enhance multi-monitor configs and overall immersion. Our diverse display portfolio also brought high refresh rates to 4K and ultra-wide monitors.
Laptops first took ROG DNA on the road in 2008 with the G70, a powerhouse desktop replacement featuring dual GPUs and two displays. The ROG Mothership redefined that form factor with an innovative detachable design. Our latest innovation elevates gaming laptops with a rising secondary screen, and it’s part of growing Zephyrus family that eliminates compromises for smaller and slimmer devices.
ROG got into complete desktops with the massive TYTAN, which opened extra cooling vents and increased CPU clocks at the touch of a button. Since then, our lineup has grown to include an array of machines with complete system cooling optimized for different sizes, like the small form factor ROG Huracan G21, whose magnetic side cover folds away to enhance airflow and achieve higher performance.
Adding peripherals allowed us to complete a full battlestation with the precise input and control hardcore gamers expect. We bring ROG enhancements in every category, from swappable switches that customize the feel of gaming mice, to tweaked layouts that tailor mechanical keyboards for intuitive accuracy, and advanced AI noise cancelling technology that improves vocal clarity for gaming headsets.
ROG’s commitment to perfecting the gaming experience extends to a complete ecosystem of peripherals, components, and devices that communicate with and enhance each other. Examples include Aura Sync, which coordinates RGB lighting across an entire environment, and the ROG Rapture router, which accelerates gaming packets and can combine with other ROG routers to form a whole-home mesh network.
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