|RAM||32000 MB DDR3 2400;DDR3 2133;DDR3 1866;DDR3 1600;DDR3 1333;DDR31066|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
ASUS ROG RAMPAGE IV GENE LGA 2011 DDR3 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Intel X79 microATX Motherboard
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- 3 x PCIe 3.0 x16 (single x16; x16/x16 configurations; the 3rd one always supports x8 mode)
- AMD CrossFireX and NVIDIA SLI support
- 2 x SATA 6Gb/s ports (Red) with RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 support
- 4 x USB 3.0/2.0 ports (2 at back panel; 2 at midboard)
- 1 x LAN featuring Intel Chipset
- 4 x DIMM Slots, Quad-channel DDR3 2400(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/1866/1600/1333/1066 MHz Support
- 8-CH High Definition Audio, DTS
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Rampage IV Gene motherboard features the Intel X79 chipset supporting the Intel LGA2011 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 Processors. ASUS offers top-tier Republic of Gamers (ROG) platform-leading solution with the exclusive Extreme Engine Digi+ II technology. Additionally, users can adjust their system to be highly efficient and provide consistent power delivery to reach higher performance on the X79 platform with all Japan-made black metallic capacitors resulting in over 5X longer lifespan on components!
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How can you not give a motherboard that let's you overclock your CPU to 4.5 on air without any effort!
Just stuck it in my new Asus Rampage IV Gene microATX 2011 mobo and stuck a cooler master Hyper 212 Evo on it and let ROG's CPU Level Up go to work and instant 4.5 on air!
And even at this speed the cpu speed still only get's up to 38C!
My last Intel core i7 ran at around 50C just at idle and would quickly go up to around 90C trying any overclocking!
If you already own a i7-950 or faster probably normal user won't notice speed increase much then again they should be buying a cheap 4770.
In my case I needed every ounce of speed I could get because I"m running multiple monitors with a 4K monitor and it definitely helps.
Having owned the older Rampage Gene the UEFI bios was a bit of a shock since it's so different but then again anyone using this motherboard know's there's going to be a 100 options in the BIOS you can tweak compared to any other mobo out there!
The usb bios flashback feature is very cool letting you update the bios without even sticking a CPU in there first and using a usb stick instead; didn't think that was possible! In the past you would need to borrow a CPU to update the bios or send the entire motherboard back!
I am still waiting for the returning of the board, return to the seller and plan to buy other brand names. I admit that Asus produced good products in the past ( I used for 23 years), but the support now is not acceptable.
Any idea about the board's compatibility with Intel Intel i7-4820K LGA 2011 64 Technology Extended Memory CPU Processors BX80633I74820K
This board can easily hold 2x SLI or crossfire and still have a slot in the middle for a soundcard or something, but in that case you'll be doing a 16x/8x PCIE 3.0 for your SLI, which probably isn't bad unless you have very potent cards that might saturate the bus. That is also only possible if you use a case like the Corsair 350D because the graphics card when used in the very last slot for SLI will essentially overshoot the motherboard a bit. This is the setup I have so I see that possibility.
I am running 32GB at 2333 MHz no problem (Quad-Channel) with 4.5GHZ 4930k 6 core, system is rock stable.
I've yet to get the Audigy/Sound Blaster software to ever work with Windows 8 or 8.1 so far though, so I have no 5.1 audio from the onboard. I haven't been able to locate any safety cpu temperature shutdown on this board either.
This board also does not have any Bluetooth built in like the bigger boards, but you can easily use a USB slot and a micro adapter for that. No Wi-Fi included either, so I am using an external USB one as well.
Remember it's a small board, so you can't ask for a whale load of features from a pony. But it's quite fast and doesn't compromise any performance.
BIOS has so many tweaker options that you won't ever need to touch. But do realise that this board is quite old at the time of this review and many of the newer features found on the haswell boards such as FanXpert 2 with curve-ramp speed up is simply not available without bios support.
With haswell 8 core coming out soon, this board will shortly be superseeded by something new inevitably.
More options than any pc nerd could wish for! It is so nice to covert a video,surf the net and compress a file all at the same time with no hanging or glitching..
Beware of Nvidia disabling PCIE 3 in their drivers.There is a patch floating around on the net to activate it.Our board will show it is in PCIE 3 but hardware utilities will show you running in PCIE 2