Thanks once again for penning your thoughts on the Asus Republic of Gamers site this week, guys. We’re currently reading through the third week’s blog entries, and we’ll be sharing the highlights with you soon. Not only that, but we’re also working on a final competition where you’ll have the chance to win yet more Asus hardware – we’ll share more details about this as soon as possible. Meanwhile, it’s time to sound the fanfare as we’re now entering the fourth (and final) round of blogging. For this week’s blogs, we simply want to conclude with everything that you’ve learned and taken away from the experience. You can consider both the event and your hardware prizes here. What do you now know about Asus and its products that you didn’t know before? What surprised you most about the experience, and how did it feel to get an insight into the workings of one of the world’s premier PC component manufacturers? You might have been wowed by the stack of factors to consider when designing an enthusiast motherboard, or you might have been amazed by the ease with which you can now overclock a CPU. This is quite an open topic, so it’s up to you where you take it, and we’re really looking forward to finding out what most impressed you about the experience. As always, these are simply posting guidelines, and you only need to stick to them for one of your blog posts this week. The subject matter for your second blog is up to you, as long as it’s relevant to the AX:GS event and hardware prizes. As we're posting the guidelines on a Friday (apologies for the slight delay), the deadline for this week's posts is this time next week (27 November). We look forward to reading all about your experiences and ideas, as well as sharing the highlights with you at the end. Good luck!