ASUS Launches ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme Motherboard

ASUS Launches ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme Motherboard

ASUS today released the Republic of Players (ROG) Crosshair VIII Excessive motherboard. This would go down as the initially “Serious” tier ROG Crosshair motherboard ever, as the AMD platform was relegated to “System” or “Hero” tiers. Crafted in the E-ATX form-factor, the board is centered on the AMD X570 chipset (with fanless chipset cooling), arrives with out of the box assistance for Ryzen 5000 “Vermeer” and Ryzen 5000G “Cezanne” processors, besides all other processor generations supported by the X570. The board attracts electrical power from a mix of 24-pin ATX, and two eight-pin EPS and makes use of an 18+2 stage CPU VRM that has ninety A power levels.

The ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme is loaded to the brim with connectivity. Storage alternatives include things like a few M.two NVMe Gen four slots, and six SATA six Gbps ports. Networking connectivity includes Wi-Fi 6E powered by an Intel controller, a 10 GbE interface pushed by a Marvell AQtion controller, and a two.5 GbE interface, from an Intel i225-V controller. USB connectivity consists of 20 Gbps USB three.2×2 ports with 60 W power shipping. The onboard audio resolution is best-of-the-line, that includes a Realtek ALC4082 CODEC working alongside an ESS Sabre ES9018Q2C, and ROG Clavis USB DAC. The board is brimming with capabilities related to overclockers. The corporation failed to reveal pricing.

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