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03-29-11, 05:33 AM

Eh - SUS

Shortened from Pegasus


OK :)

03-29-11, 10:57 AM
No, No oooh sound just SUS , not Sue-s like you are saying Zeus

Like Eh..Zeus WAZZAPPP!

Its Ace-us

i don't care if Jerry Shen tells me I'm wrong, He's wrong!

Don't get confused by accents like you do with Caribbean

Americans pronounce Caribbean like people from the Caribbean say it but they have an accent,
Its like you're are putting on a fake accent when you say Caribbean! :D

If you say it the English way in a Jamaican accent that's how you say it apart from the accent.

03-29-11, 03:21 PM

Call any of the numbers on this page and you can hear the official company pronunciation.

It's a made up word so you say it the way they say it. End of discussion.

03-29-11, 05:10 PM
A SooS

Johnny C
03-29-11, 08:36 PM
no they changed it. officially now pronounced like the letter A then SEUSS

It's always been A-Seuss

but it is derived from Pegasus....I know it doesn't make sense but it's just one of those things.

Like the box for my AM3 mobo...."Rock Solid, Heart Touching" WTF does that mean?

bob saget
03-29-11, 09:12 PM
basically it's soft enough to touch your heart, but at the same time rock solid. it's not rocket science, nub.

:p i dont get it either lol.

03-29-11, 09:34 PM
ASUS is pronounced "Ay-SOOS"
ROG should be pronounced "R - O - G"

not uh zeus, a zeus, uh soos, a juice and definitely not jesus(in spanish)
not rouge, or rock, raog

bob saget
03-29-11, 09:39 PM


bob saget
03-29-11, 09:50 PM
That is pronounced HAI not Hi not HIGH no Hey or ghey

get back to work building my computer, professor.

03-29-11, 10:19 PM
I know I'm not a regular poster here, so you guys are probably going to dismiss this (thought I have been reading this site and forums for years), but they've been pronouncing their name this way (eh- Soos, or however you want to write it) since at least 1997 or 98. I had a couple of their motherboards go bad back in the day (think Pentium II), and that's how the guy on the customer service line pronounced it.

It's always been A-Seuss

but it is derived from Pegasus....I know it doesn't make sense but it's just one of those things.

So is that like a opposite of a portmanteau? Instead of putting two words together, you split a word in half? It's a cool piece of trivia, regardless.

03-30-11, 03:58 AM

with that said...

my mobo / sound card from asus is solid :)

04-01-11, 01:50 PM
An Asseuse is somebody who massages asses for a living.