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Asus Rampage III Extreme Reviews
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|Bjorn3D||9.5/10||Nov 19 '10|
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|ITShootOut||90/100||Apr 21 '10|
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|Motherboards.org||89/100||Jun 08 '10|
|Ninjalane||5/5||Mar 03 '11|
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|PureOverclock.com||---||May 31 '10|
|Tweak Town||92%||Jun 24 '10|
|Neoseeker||---||Sep 07 '10|
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"The Rampage III Extreme was worthy enough to make it into our main system for everyday use. We've seen several new innovations on this motherboard that we have not seen in the past, like BIOS flashing through a USB flash drive without any hardware present, the introduction of all 4-pin PWM fan connectors for better fan control through software and hardware and RPM reading, the LN2 mode to allow users to bypass the CPU Freeze problems when their system becomes unusable due to freezing the CPU with too much Liquid Nitrogen, and even the PCI-Express switches that allow users to enable and disable separate PCI-Express slots on the motherboard. ASUS can also be proud of their Dual-BIOS, which is easily switchable, and in case one fails, the first BIOS can be reflashed straight from the second BIOS. While there are some other really nice features on this motherboard, including the newly redesigned power design, and the new heatsink design, we believe that these are the main reasons why extreme overclockers and gamers should consider the Rampage III Extreme over the Rampage III Formula and other motherboards out on the market now."
"The design is beautiful, the options grand, the features even better and rest assured you'll be future proof for a while with SATA6G and USB 3.0. The baseline performance overall was faster compared to the Intel reference board and once you start to overclock .. well the sky is the limit really. What a truly magnificent motherboard this is. If you can and are willing to afford it, we surely like to recommend it."
"For extreme gamers it will probably also satisfy, with its four PCI Express x16 slots supporting SLI and CrossFireX arrays. The only drawback of this motherboard is its price: it is very expensive. Consumers, besides being gaming and overclocking freaks, must also have a stuffed wallet."
"The Rampage III Extreme is an excellent board. As expected, it offers the performance and quality one would expect from an ROG product. While we weren't blown away by the results when compared to the Rampage II, it's encouraging to find there was no drop off by adding several new features. The board's redesigned heatsinks and fantastic BIOS were nice improvements, while the addition of USB 3.0 and SATA 6G should keep it current for the next few years. With that said, if you're in the market for a high end X58 motherboard that holds nothing back, we recommend taking a look at the Rampage III Extreme from Asus."
"As far as stability is concerned, this is a truly excellent motherboard, since we had zero issues on both default and overclocked settings. Memory clocks were impressively high, and the relatively low maximum BCLK remains the only thing we can reproach to this motherboard. The production quality and accompanying bundle will leave anyone who meets this motherboard face to face at a loss for words. Finally, the interesting advanced features are exclusive to ASUS, so we believe that this motherboard will be something to look for in the highest X58 motherboard class."