Asus Adds ROG BIOS Integration To Claymore Mechanical Keyboard

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lun471k

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I was about to buy a razer blackwidow chroma stealth. I might wait to see what this keyboard really has to offer. Those hotkeys look really useful for an OC enthusiast like me.
 

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I don't find this "bios key" that exciting. Maybe it's because I'm having a hard time understanding what's so special about it. You can just tap del or f1/f2 to enter the bios. To hold fn+Bios key and then power up the system to enter bios is just stupid.
 

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Looks interesting, I might be willing to give this a shot if they undercut established brands (Razer, Logitech, etc.). My desk is rather narrow and a detachable numeric pad is the best of both worlds.
 

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I don't find this "bios key" that exciting. Maybe it's because I'm having a hard time understanding what's so special about it. You can just tap del or f1/f2 to enter the bios. To hold fn+Bios key and then power up the system to enter bios is just stupid.
It kinda depends how quickly your computer boots. Mine boots in about 12 seconds and to get into the bios you need to hit ESC in a 1-2 second period and then F12 no more than 5 seconds after that. I normally get in through Windows shift-restart function, but if I'm having a problem with the PC getting in to the bios can be annoying.
 

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the best feature this could have is allowing me to turn my PC on by pushing any button on the keyboard. Is this an option? Not talking about waking up.
 

tom10167

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the best feature this could have is allowing me to turn my PC on by pushing any button on the keyboard. Is this an option? Not talking about waking up.
 

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the best feature this could have is allowing me to turn my PC on by pushing any button on the keyboard. Is this an option? Not talking about waking up.
Most Motherboards have a "Power On by Keypress" setting these days.
 

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Whole things sound unnecessary at first, but those who don't know the latest ROG series came with an external wired "OC Panel" http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_V_EXTREMEU31/
which if this can replace/replicate is quite useful, especially for remote access.
 

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Everyone is worried about the boot into bios button. I am more curious about the OC buttons. I would love to be able to switch between stock, mild, and high overclock settings while booted into my OS.
 
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