ASUS Republic of Gamers has recently announced its newest campaign named “Your Winning Formula,” to celebrate of 10 years of ROG engineering excellence.  Along with the campaign, is a new contest for showcasing the industy-leading ATX gaming motherboard that’s packed with breakthrough features, the ROG Maximus Formula.

The competition runs from February 6 to March 5, 2018, and is open to Both users and non-users of a Maximus Formula motherboard from any generation.

For ROG Maximus Formula users (any generation):


To participate, simply write your name and what gen your ROG Maximus Formula Motherboard is, post a video or photo of your Maximus Formula board or rig with the post it included on your Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, or Twitter accounts (or on all of them) with the hashtag #ROGWinningFormula, then submit your media using the Gleam widget on the campaign website.

For Non-ROG Maxiums Formula users:

Those who don’t own an ROG Maximus Formula motherboard may also join by creating a fantasy rig based on the Maximus X Formula. It could either be a simple list of components, a drawing, photo montage, or even an animation. Next, post it on your Facebook, YouTube, Instagram or Twitter accounts (or on all of them) with the hashtag #ROGWinningFormula, and then submit your media using the Gleam widget on the campaign website.

An online voting process will be done to decide the winners per category. Six will walk away with with a prize package loaded with components provided by a selection of ROG hardware partners, including BitFenix, Cooler Master, FSP,  GeIL, G.SKILL, In Win, Essencore, Lian Li, Phanteks, TEAMGROUP, Thermaltake and ZADAK.

  • The top 3  entries per category with the highest scores based on 70% from the ROG Team + 30% from fan votes
  • The top 3  entries per category with the highest fan votes
  • Four lucky draw winners (from those who voted) per category – gaming accessories including the ROG Scabbard extra-large mouse mat, ROG Gladius II mouse, ROG Addressable LED Strip, etc.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.