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Old 20-01-17, 02:24 PM
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ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex Motherboard Review



A new entry to the Maximus IX range, the Apex is all about stripped down, hardcore overclocking. We put it to the test.


ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex Motherboard Review

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Asus Maximus IX Apex 20% coupon used

Thanks Tom dude much appreciated.
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Old 20-01-17, 03:07 PM
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Thanks Tom dude much appreciated.
You were fast! Looking forward to seeing the cables fella. Enjoy!
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I can't wait to see all these goodies come to the X99 revamp! Nice review as always Tom!
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It's over 4000!!!!!

The M.2 thing makes my teeth itch, surely there is a better solution maybe a daughter board which could use a SSD bracket and ribbon too it.
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Old 24-01-17, 11:29 PM
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It's over 4000!!!!!

The M.2 thing makes my teeth itch, surely there is a better solution maybe a daughter board which could use a SSD bracket and ribbon too it.
That makes too much sense for ASUS
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That is one impressive board performance wise. Crazy how much of a difference its putting out.
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Asus showing their prowess yet again. Gorgeous board, but very spenny. Still if you're a long haul trucker and in it for the long run it could prove to be a wise investment

Thanks for the review guys.
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My current case is a Phanteks Evolv ATX TG. I've seen a build with an EATX board (272mm) just barely fit in there. Can you tell me if the listed width (27.2cm) includes the protruding corners? Thanks for any help.
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