Asus Rampage II GENE

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The Rampage II GENE is a micro ATX mainboard that is made to support socket 1366 (Core i7) CPUs with 6400 MT/s QuickPath system bus. It is based on the Intel X58 chipset and features 1 PCI 2.2, 1 PCI-E 2.0 x4, 2 PCI-E 2.0 x16 slots, and 6 DDR3-2000 DIMM sockets. Rear panel I/O ports include: 6 USB 2.0/1.1, 1 IEEE 1394a, 1 RJ-45, 1 eSATA, 8-channel HD audio jacks, 1 S/PDIF optical, and 1 Clr CMOS switch.

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Asus Rampage II GENE Reviews Rating: 90 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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Neoseeker  --- Apr 29 '09
Bjorn3D 9.0/10 Apr 01 '09
Futurelooks.com  --- May 14 '09
Hardware Zone 4.5/5 Apr 21 '09
HardwareCanucks  --- May 12 '09
Inside Hardware  --- May 11 '09
MadShrimps  --- Jul 20 '09
Overclockers Club  --- Aug 11 '09
t-break  --- Jun 12 '09
TechSpot  --- Mar 24 '09
Tweak Town 87% Apr 23 '09
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Bjorn3D on Apr 01 '09

"Even I have to admit I am rather surprised at the performance this little ASUS Rampage II GENE motherboard had to offer me, especially considering that this "is" a micro ATX design motherboard. I..."

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Futurelooks.com on May 14 '09

"Ultimately, the ASUS ROG Rampage II Gene fulfills all three fundamentals for a performance board: Design, performance, and overclocking. When it appeared there was nothing left, it further..."

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Hardware Zone on Apr 22 '09

"Best of all, the price has been reduced, with the Rampage II Gene going for US$250. It's still not cheap by any measure and one can get a less premium and less expensive X58 model from ASUS, not to..."

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HardwareCanucks on May 13 '09

"We were caught off guard with how easy our i7 920 processor was able to climb the base clock ladder, but more than pleased to see how far it went. For the enthusiast that needs to have a small..."

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Inside Hardware on May 11 '09

"With HT enabled (8 threads) we managed to overclock QPI at 160MHz which is results that is for 30MHz lower than we managed to achieve on Rampage II Extreme. Obviously our test CPU isn’t good..."

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