ASUS Introduces ROG Crosshair VI Extreme
Most enthusiasts are aware of ASUS’ Republic of Gamers (ROG) sub-brand delivering users what they say is a ground breaking lineup of products, marketed for performance and quality with video games at heart. The ROG lineup has motherboards, visual cards, laptop computers, desktops, displays, even music equipment, routers, and other peripherals. On 20th July ASUS has declared in America an addition to the AMD ROG family, the Crosshair VI Extreme Motherboard (C6E). The C6E is manufactured on the AM4 program using the flagship X370 chipset. Regarding ASUS, CROSSHAIR VI EXTREME is for gamers and power users seeking to increase AMD Ryzen performance.
ASUS mentions ROG technical engineers done the board’s sensible auto-tuner to boost one-click overclocking. For all those not used to overclocking, this implies less inconvenience than physically tweaking multiple guidelines to discover a balance between a higher overclock and having a well-balanced system. Simply click once, and the table should find a well balanced overclock. A variety of overclocking features (dual bios, gradual mode, LN2 function, and voltage read tips, to mention a few) are also present.
Cooling an overclocked Laptop or computer is an essential aspect as to what lengths one can safely and securely force their machine. ASUS has partnered with Bitspower to make a monoblock tailor made for the Extreme (sold individually). The C6E runs on the header on the mother board to screen the Bitspower monoblock temperature, circulation rates and also contains leak recognition circuits. The plank has other onboard connectors for monitoring liquid heat and water move at other factors informed for users with the own thermistors. This data is monitored by the FanXpert 4 software allowing consumers the capability to finely tune their air conditioning installation for performance, or silence as needed, across a complete of 13 admirer headers.
The Crosshair VI Extreme gets the two full-length PCIe slot machines from the CPU using the ASUS Safeslot, which reinforces the PCIe bracket with a steel bracing for rigidity security. Having a nod to cooling down, the dual full-length PCIe slot machines are spaced 3-slot machines apart providing two-slot coolers deep breathing room than with slot machine games closer together. There’s a third full-length slot machine on the mother board helping a PCIe 3.0 x4 interconnection via the chipset which potential buyers may use for three-way CrossfireX using dual-slot training video cards.
The CROSSHAIR VI EXTREME features utilizing their latest SupremeFX banding, with an S1220 codec onboard sound. Some of the IC is protected and safeguarded from electromagnetic disturbance by the expanded IO cover. It has an ESS Sabre DAC and “the most common assortment of anatomist tweaks to increase the output and saving quality”, corresponding to ASUS.
Looking at I/O, the CROSSHAIR VI EXTREME has two USB 3.1 Gen2 (10 Gbps) slots on the trunk, one Type-C, and one Type-A, both from the chipset. In addition, it has included Intel I211-AT gigabit Ethernet and an Intel AC 8265 as the 802.11ac component by using a 2×2 antenna for Wi-Fi responsibilities, as well as Bluetooth 4.1. There’s a total of two M.2 plug-ins – one uses the PCH/M.2 heatsink, and another which will not. For SATA, we visit a total of eight slots. The trunk I/O dish is integrated and provides the mother board a clean look and never have to mount the I/O dish.
ASUS thought we would use a monochromatic palette with basics color of dark-colored for the PCB with some stenciled in gray patterns, dark-colored and gray on the four DIMM slot machines, as the VRM cooling, is mainly gray with some dark highlights onto it. The C6E use its onboard LEDs (on the I/O shroud, PCH, PCIe retention videos, and the right aspect of the mother board) and AURA Sync software to regulate the LEDs. If that’s not enough, there’s a header for addressable light whitening strips allowing users to regulate every individual LED on the remote for even more lamps options. There are also two other onboard headers for standard LED pieces. Another design feature targeted at appearance and overclockers is the right-angled 24-Pin ATX electric power connector. This differs from vertical to lay down flat resistant to the board is thought to enable better cable television routing in situations that contain sufficient horizontal space.
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