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    Default ASUS Rampage III Extreme

    There is a wide range of X58 motherboards on the market, but very few cater to the diehard enthusiast, particularly the extreme overclocking crowd. And of those that do, on a select few products offer the new SATA III and USB 3.0 features. One of the boards that meets these criteria is the ASUS Rampage III Extreme, designed for serious overclocking and made to be pushed very hard. Packed with an extensive list of features, it does sound promising, and we've come to expect big things from ASUS in the Repubic of Gamers product lineups.



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    Great review Jake, not a bad looking board

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    Nice the last page was the best part, the suicidal run of 1.7+ vcore is absolute beast
    Great coverage on the aesthetics and board features.

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    Thanks Bully. Do you guys like the little "mini guide" on mobo preparation? Interesting or unnecessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Thanks Bully. Do you guys like the little "mini guide" on mobo preparation? Interesting or unnecessary?
    You were referring to the DICE cooling prep?
    For me i thought the Mini guide on the mobo prep for the DICE cooling was excellent as these stuff is kinda foreign to many users even watercoolers like myself with little knowledge on the dielectric compound being spread around the motherboard to prevent condensation and shorting. Let alone the average users who havent got a clue about all these stuff, it maybe a good way to shed some light on extreme cooling

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    Ok. I think I may look at putting together a more complete guide for the forums after I get through a few more motherboard reviews. Thanks!

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    Excellent review! Big thanks to Asus for sending Pure OC the RIIIE.

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    man oh man does that thing look vicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Thanks Bully. Do you guys like the little "mini guide" on mobo preparation? Interesting or unnecessary?
    Really enjoyed the mini guide, step forward for me torwards SUB-Zero benching

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