ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Extreme and Extreme Assembly Review

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ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Extreme and Extreme Assembly Review

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Sandra has a similarly excellent set of results with the Extreme at the top of the stock results. If you overclock it you definitely unleash the beast, as you would expect with something at this end of the spectrum.

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ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Extreme and Extreme Assembly Review

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05-02-2016, 13:31:41

AlienALX
What a stunning board. Are you watching MSI?Quote

05-02-2016, 13:48:12

Slider_1
My Maximus VIII Extreme Assembly was delivered 2 hours ago, currently building the new beast.. First impressions of the board is very impressive. Can't wait to see what this thing can do.Quote

05-02-2016, 16:12:23

Chrazey
Is it just me or does it look like an 24 pin, where normally an 4 pin or 8 pin power cables goes to the CPU?... (Yes, I've totally brainfarted right now, so completely messed up how to explain this...)

@Slider - Another "Svenne" in here then! Quote

05-02-2016, 20:28:29

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
What a stunning board. Are you watching MSI?
MSI don't care about making nice looking Motherboards
IMO all they care about is making stupid looking Motherboards "Cough Godlike Cough"Quote

05-02-2016, 20:41:04

Wraith
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
MSI don't care about making nice looking Motherboards
IMO all they care about is making stupid looking Motherboards "Cough Godlike Cough"
The thing is though from a modders perspective oem aesthetics are meaningless, when people look past that the hardware is the important part and the godlike has really great specs if were honest, ok it's no perfect 10 but that's not a major prob and it's easily fixed.

Asus do tend to hit the nail on the head when it comes to boards people want, the Maximus is no exception they are gorgeous boards.Quote
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