but why don't they call it "Pegasus Tank", since Asus is formed from the last 4 letters of Pegasus/Pegasus sounds futuristic, and the case looks armored like a tank. Other than that I agree with sublifer.
[citation][nom]boogalooelectric[/nom]Although I will say that I have not had good luck with ASUS mobo's over the years, every one i have tried died in about a year.[/citation]
That's the opposite of my experience with them. I've had great luck with ASUS mobos. Every computer I've built over the past 10 years used one; not a single problem. Two computers are still running after 7-10 years.
[citation][nom]timobkg[/nom]That's the opposite of my experience with them. I've had great luck with ASUS mobos. Every computer I've built over the past 10 years used one; not a single problem. Two computers are still running after 7-10 years.[/citation]
I am not trying to bash them, just relating my experiences. I have given them a try a few times for my personal builds and they always fail. Some PC's I have built for others are still working though, they still have a good name so they get requested a lot. I do have a ASUS monitor and I love it.
Then again I loved ABIT boards before they became Universal Abit while many did not, I had good luck with their products but whenever i relate this to other builders I get a lot of flack
I think the case should be just the Asus PRIME. Definitely looks almost like a transformer head or something like that. Could also be the Galea (Roman soldier's helmet).
As for the mobo, could call it the Gulf (seeing as it seems to be an x58 chipset and looks to be the type of board you'd want to drop a gulftown chip into).