Equipped with support for Turbo M.2, Intel Optane, high-performance DDR4 memory, and with plentiful overclocking options, it should deliver some impressive benchmarks today. Of course, you get plenty of bonus features too, like Lightening USB, RGB lighting, Hotkey, X-Boost, and WTFast to help sweeten the deal.

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ASUS’s STRIX line of products is one of the most popular choices among gamers for bringing strong gaming oriented features and aesthetics to an affordable mid-range price point. ASUS now brings that along to the big end of the AMD Ryzen ecosystem, known officially as Threadripper, in the form of the ASUS ROG STRIX X399-E Gaming Motherboard. Packing AMD’s first…

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EVGA responds to these sentiments with an overclocking board that’s all business, if your business is gaming and/or overclocking. The firm even ditched the second network controller traditionally found on high-end boards, giving its Z370 FTW a solidly enthusiast mainstream feature set, apart from the big voltage regulator.

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In our two reviews about AMD Ryzen thread Ripper us has the ASUS ROG accompanied Zenith Extreme and thereby served well. The ASUS motherboard , however, stepped back into the second row, as it was primarily about the new processors. Time to take a closer look at the motherboard. Because such a motherboard does not get lost in our editorial office every day.

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ASRock X299 Taichi

Today we tested and overclocked the ASRock X299 Taichi motherboard. After the AMD Ryzen Threadripper ASRock X399 Taichi motherboard we now have the pleasure to test an Intel Core i9-7900X Skylake-X CPU on the ASRock X299 Taichi motherboard. As previously reported in the Intel OC Community, we were able to overclock the Core i9-7900X from 3.3 GHz to almost 5.2 GHz and this is an awesome result in this high-end range. Also great is the basic configuration of the ASRock motherboard, which we have already shown in the Unboxing Video. 

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As an ROG board, you can bet that ASUS AURA lighting support is built-in for use with ASUS and compatible RGB accessories. The back side of the package shows a visual of the board and list the specifications on the back, along with some basic info on the USB 3.1 front panel socket on the PCB, the Aura lighting, all-new SupremeFX audio codec, and 3D printing accessory mounts.

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ASRock X299 Taichi XE

Now is time for a bit upgraded version – Taichi XE. There are not many differences but there are users who find them important. I mean larger VRM heatsink and additional 8-pin power connector what should improve stability and overclocking potential while using Skylake-X processors, especially recently released 12-18 cores.

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COLORFUL iGame Z370 Vulcan X V20

Equipped with plenty of overclocking features, including dual BIOS for when you push things too far. As well as blazing fast M.2 storage, Optane support, Killer networking, and much more. Overall, it’s got all the features you could ask for from a gaming motherboard, so let’s jump in and take a closer look at what it has to offer!

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