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"Overall we need to look at this board for what it is, as we know there are many ROG boards here or coming such as the Hero for extreme gamers, Formula for your in between of Extreme and Hero and even the Impact for your extreme ITX offering. All in all the Extreme was always about being the best of the best, regardless of cost. That’s what you get here, although the cost may still be a bit too much for many to swallow as there are other OC related boards that sell for quite a bit less."
"ASUS has built a truly great motherboard with its Maximus VI Extreme. It is extremely feature rich, but has missed a couple of points that might impact the overall value for some users. At $399.99 it is certainly on the upper end of the pricing scale, and puts it in a position where some of the less expensive motherboards from ASUS’ own Republic of Gamers stack is giving it some competition."
"The first impression the Maximus VI Extreme from ASUS leaves makes us want more. Once again we like the ROG design, which meanwhile belongs to the evergreens in the industry. Overall this board is just massive. There are so many features that it's almost unbelievable. For example: this is the first board where we see a total of nine fan headers. Furthermore there is the OC Panel, which offers lot of features for overclocking and extreme overclocking. Overall the OC Panel was a smart move, since ASUS is able to move quite a few features from the board into an external device. If all those features were onboard the would have had to go for a larger PCB. In this case the space offered by a standard ATX board is enough."
"Should you be looking for a high-end overclocking motherboard, then the Maximus VI Extreme is a great choice, but obviously you should have the necessary cash."
"At $400, the Maximus VI Extreme is pricey, there's no doubt about it. But when you look at the feature set and hardware options, it has the ability to back that price up with an incredible array of functionality, the inclusion of the OC Panel for the extreme enthusiast, and the same stunning good looks we have come to know oh so well over the past few generations of ASUS ROG hardware. If $400 is a bit too stiff a penalty, then you have the option of picking up a board a little lower in the product stack, which thankfully ASUS has infused with much of the same hardware capabilities found in this board. A three-year limited warranty is standard on this board in case something goes horribly wrong."