All this talk of overclocking might imply that the board is a one trick pony but that’s definitely not the case. LN2 overclockers make up just a fraction of a fraction of the market, and a regular user looking to push their 11th Gen K-series CPU with regular cooling won’t be lacking anything in terms of connectivity. You get eight SATA ports and three M.2 slots, USB 3.2 Gen 2 (including a Type-C 2×2 port), Intel 2.5G LAN and Wi-Fi 6E, all of which you’d expect on a high-end board. Perhaps 5G or 10G LAN would be nice given the cheaper Aorus Master comes with 10G.
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