Asus Maximus IX Extreme Review

Asus has developed a solution for those who want to buy a top model motherboard with the Maximus IX Extreme. With its high-level features, we can easily say that it is a quadruple card. As well as the wide range of overclocking and connection options, Asus melts the performance and special design in the same pot with the coloring and cooling blocks, which also removes the heat problem with the liquid cooling block. Yes, the price of the Maximus IX Extreme is a little high. But so are the ones they offered.

Pros
  • Customizable design
  • Liquid cooling block
  • UEFI interface
  • Performance and overclocking options
  • Power management
Cons
  • No HDMI 2.0b
  • High price

The price of the Asus Maximus IX Extreme is $ 2980.

Those who want to buy a high-end motherboard, as well as a wide range of design options, can opt for the Maximus IX Extreme.

What is the top model of the ROG motherboard family Maximus IX Exteme offering to the players? We look closely …

Settled in the flagship position of Asus’ Z270 mainland, the Maximus IX Extreme is important because it is capacious enough to meet all the needs of the players. Maximus IX Extreme in the formation of the Republic of Gamers is a particularly suitable platform for gamers who want to demonstrate overclocking capabilities with a good processor and memory set along with the deep AURA LED lighting system and large liquid cooling block, especially with a ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 Ti deserves to be crowned.

Top-level overclocking options

Asus Maximus IX Extreme Review

The card, which is compatible with Intel’s LGA 1151 socket 6th and 7th generation processors, separates from its competitors, especially with its built-in mono block and water cooling zone. So you need a liquid cooling system for this motherboard. Especially when used with the i7 7700K, the card will give you wide overclocking capabilities, allowing you to boost memory frequencies. With a total of 64 GB of maximum-capacity DDR4 memory blocks on it, the card is gating up to 4133 MHz and above. You are using the UEFI Bios to overspeed. With the EZ and Advanced modes here, you can easily play on the processor and memory frequencies. Here again, 5-way optimization is very useful.

Powerful storage: Double M.2

Asus Maximus IX Extreme Review

With the Maximus IX Extreme, you have a wide choice of storage not just at the processor and memory points. NVMe SSD With dual PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 slots that provide RAID support, the Maximus IX Extreme also offers a wide range of eight SATA 6Gbps slots. In the meantime, let’s also say that the M.2 sockets are placed under the cooling block to prevent overheating. Again, especially with the M.2, the transfer rate of the high-speed, the connection of the card between the Thunderbolt 3 has to say that the socket. So you can transfer data at 40 GB / s.

Wide connectivity alternatives

At Maximus IX Extreme, the Asus is also behind the back links, which also offers a wide range of connectivity options. It includes HDMI 1.4b and DisplayPort 1.2 ports as well as a large number of USB 3.1 ports. The Asus, which also decorates the audio inputs with colored LEDs, depending on the color scheme of the card, is also included here in Intel’s I219-V LAN port. However, we expect the HDMI port to be in 2.0b format; but Asus has used the preference since version 1.4b.

Online encounter ready

Now that playing PC games is not a stand-alone action, wireless connection technology is of great importance. The Maximus IX Extreme does not skip the wireless connection as it is one of the top models of the motherboard family. On the Wi-Fi side is a card that supports 2×2 802.11ac MU-MIMO wireless connectivity, while Bluetooth 4.1 is supported. The card capable of data communication in 2.4 / 5GHz bands also carries an antenna in the box. You connect it to the antenna outputs located between the connection block and place it on your desk.

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