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    Default ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    Check this unit out, it is the ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel - it is a multi-bay command center housing system ports and a 4 inch integrated display for all your gaming and system needs in an easy to access location. As part of the ASUS ROG product line, the ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel integrates seamlessly with any of the ASUS Z87-based ROG Maximum VI motherboard offerings in addition to the Rampage IV Black Edition motherboard. The unit has a 4" display and can be used to monitor the PC's hardware, as well as control various aspects of it. Aboard it, users will find a single USB 2.0 port as well as a pair of HD audio jacks. The unit can be used with motherboards equipped with a SupremeFX sound card, and will give access to five EQ settings using the 'Quick EQ Switch.' The USB port is a quick-charging port.
    The ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel supports the following features:
    • Quick EQ Switch with five equalization modes
    • Integration with SupremeFX Audio board with included dual-line analog-audio front-panel cable
    • Overclocking and fan control through integrated display and control buttons
    • Temperature monitoring capabilities
    • USB fast charging with system powered off
    • Escape Mode button that automatically returns user to system desktop and mutes sound volume
    ASUS has not yet released any pricing information or release information for the ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel at this time.










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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    Interesting idea. Only potential issue would be compatibility with other motherboards potentially. However, Asus at this point has a large enough following for ROG that they could still make money on this. The only question is, is it better than the fan controllers that are already out there? It would be great to get one in to test. The way I see it, if its not a good fan controller, what is the point?

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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    looks great tho!

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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Interesting idea. Only potential issue would be compatibility with other motherboards potentially. However, Asus at this point has a large enough following for ROG that they could still make money on this. The only question is, is it better than the fan controllers that are already out there? It would be great to get one in to test. The way I see it, if its not a good fan controller, what is the point?
    but it looks so coooool!!

    on a more serious note, i agree with you though, if it doesn't make it as a fan controller, it's just for show (which isn't necessarily a bad thing )

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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    Looks great, but if is not compatible with other mobos can't see the point (not everyone has ASUS mobos, especially the ROGs), in that case it'll be only a piece of makeup hw (don't think will be cheap either).

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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Interesting idea. Only potential issue would be compatibility with other motherboards potentially. However, Asus at this point has a large enough following for ROG that they could still make money on this. The only question is, is it better than the fan controllers that are already out there? It would be great to get one in to test. The way I see it, if its not a good fan controller, what is the point?

    it isnt compatible with any other board then what they listed. Might add more in the future but if you mean using it on a Gigabyte or MSI board is isnt going to happen. This isnt the first time Asus has made something like this. I think this is actually their 3rd attempt. None could be used with anything other their the one special brand of boards. Not even all Asus boards. Just the few they name.
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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    Like I said it before, looks like be an expensive piece of HW just for show.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Like I said it before, looks like be an expensive piece of HW just for show.

    lol true. It would be helpful is you do some serious overclocking. Other then that it is just a cool gadget.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    lol true. It would be helpful is you do some serious overclocking. Other then that it is just a cool gadget.
    But, to be honest , it would look great in front side of my 900D build (if Santa or some rich relatives it gives me).

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    Default Re: ASUS ROG Front Base Dual-Bay Gaming Panel

    This would look incredible in an all ROG-themed mod. I'd buy it/request it from a sponsor ;-)

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