Product on Review: ROG Maximus XIII Hero
Manufacturer: ASUS Republic of Gamers
Street Price: GBP £459 | USD $500 | AUD $800
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Classified as one of their flagship solutions, the ASUS ROG team are back with the next instalment of the Maximus lineup. The Maximus XIII Hero is decked out with ROG’s finest features – such as AI-powered enchancements for overclocking, cooling, networking and audio.
Hero has been tailored to provide top-end performance with a 14+2 digital phase design, support for up to 5333MHz DDR4 and has an abundance of storage/connectivity which should satisfy most tech enthusiasts.
ASUS ROG on the Maximus XIII Series
ROG Maximus XIII Hero continues to build on the legacy of its predecessors by packing upgraded power, smart cooling and lightspeed connectivity under a stealthy exterior. Bristling with renowned ROG features such as AI-enhanced controls and customizable Aura Sync illumination, the latest Hero is ready to take the helm of your high-end gaming build.