ASUS Maximus VIII Gene LGA 1151 Motherboard


Mar 25, 2003
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Hard OCP have had the ASUS Maximus VIII Gene LGA 1151 Motherboard on their test bench recently - here's a snippet from their review:

The Maximus VIII Gene is based on Intel’s Z170 Express chipset and supports all the features offered by the chipset, as well as other unique and industry standard features. Examples of this include: DDR4, SATA 6Gb/s, SATA Express, USB 3.0 and 3.1, and PCI-Express Gen 3.0 support. These are all just a few examples of the what the Maximus VIII Gene has to offer. The Maximus VIII Gene, like other offerings in the series, offers a robust design for stability and overclocking. ASUS’ all digital DIGI+Power controls offer precise control over the power phases. ASUS Pro Clock technology allows the base clock of the system to be adjusted to far greater ranges than the stock Intel clock generator allows for. It’s possible to go anywhere between 100MHz and 650MHz using this feature.

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