Asus Maximus IV Extreme LAN Driver
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Asus Maximus IV Extreme LAN Driver
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Jump To: We tested our setup with a HR and had no problems installing it. In front of the socket area are the memory slots which feature the excellent single clip retention mechanism.
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A lot of goodies are located in front of the memory slot. A small red mem OK! I have been a victim of this writer problem many times, but with the way things are with ASUS that can be a good way to burn your bridge so the buck stops here.
Frankly there are just too many to list here, but if you watch the video below you will catch them all. You have absolute control of every small detail, similar in the way to the adjustability you would have in an F1 car.
In this overall shot you can see all four pieces and the three heatpipes that make up all of the Rampages cooling. All around the CPU you can find heatsinks packed into every area they could find. The top two are connected together by a heatpipe. Each heatsink is black in color and to get the most surface area they use an S shape design both from the top perspective and the side.
The Asus Maximus IV Extreme LAN heatsink ties the power heatsinks to the chipset heatsink on the bottom of the board.
This one has a nice Republic of Gamers plate on top. My only complaint here is how close it is to the PCI slot.
The VRM cooler is the most impressive of them all. Its black in design like the others but the inclusion of a small fan is a step above what you would see on other motherboards.
ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z Motherboard
This fan does a great job keeping everything cool in testing but makes a noticeable amount of noise. This over the top cooling is what makes the Rampage IV what it is though.
The average reached Not much, but at least the performance was excellent. The final test was the large files upload test.
As usual Intel controllers do better with large files and the proof is in the Asus Maximus IV Extreme LAN as we saw an average of Graphs are labeled as follows: Again we have a motherboard from ASUS that is tuned uniquely when it comes to the processor's Turbo scaling. The two colors black and red represent the corresponding dual channels, and it is recommended to use the red slows first if only running two sticks of memory.
ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z Motherboard - On-Board Peripherals of 11 - Hardware Secrets
ASUS also uses the Q-DIMM feature Asus Maximus IV Extreme LAN latch permanently locked on the M4E to adequately secure the memory modules into each slot, but also make it more user friendly if ever upgrading as to not interfere with the video card. This comes very handy at very high overclocks. Something that I have never seen on a motherboard before now though, is an LN2 Mode switch. This allows the user to eliminate the 'cold bug' issue, which normally crops up during extreme sub-zero cooling with LN2.
An option that is very useful for the every day bencher would be the ability to measure true voltages directly from the motherboard using Asus Maximus IV Extreme LAN pair of leads and a digital multi-meter. The voltage test points include: Bottom Connectivity Around this corner we have controller city.