ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE

The Prime X299-Deluxe carries forward the history Asus has of taking a bit of a kitchen-sink approach to the Deluxe-named offerings, equipping the board with dual Gigabit Ethernet and a dual-controller Wi-Fi solution that encapsulates 60GHz-band 802.11ad plus dual-band 802.11ac controllers.

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ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE

On top of being packed full of anything you can ask for the board even has unexpected features like a Wireless AD adapter in addition to the standard a/b/g/n/ac adapter and it even has a what they call LiveDash, a small display that is customizable and goes well beyond the standard LED post indicator. So today I’m going to try to get through all of the features of the Prime X299 Deluxe and see what else Asus is hiding.

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MSI X299 GAMING PRO CARBON AC

The MSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC is, like our comparison board, slightly too new and . . . evolving. We’ll continue to examine its performance as we visit other X299 products. However, we can say that the X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC comes in at a more affordable price (so far) for this category, even if it’s lacking some of the higher end features.

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GIGABYTE X299 AORUS Gaming 3

So today we’ll be exploring a new Intel X299 motherboard in the form of the GIGABYTE X299 AORUS-Gaming 3. In GIGABYTE’s AORUS lineup the Gaming 3 sits at the bottom of the stack – behind the Gaming 7 and Gaming 9, both of these boards will offer greater features and a bigger price-tag.

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Intel Core i9-7900X

Intel’s Skylake-X-based Core i9-7900X weighs in with 10 Hyper-Threaded cores and architectural enhancements that benefit many workstation-class workloads, such as rendering and content creation. But the processor struggles in some games compared to its predecessor, failing to match the Core i7-6950X in several titles.

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MSI X299 GAMING PRO CARBON AC

We review the X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC review from MSI. A motherboard with looks and many features on which to embark with that new Core X processor series. This motherboard is intended for Intel’s Skylake-X processors that will be released this summer based on Socket LGA2066, however, the motherboard also supports Kaby Lake-X procs in the form of the quad-core Core i7 7740K and Core i5 7640K. 

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ASUS ROG STRIX X299-E Gaming

t’s a little less flashy than its predecessor, with none of the orange detailing – it’s an all-grey/black affair with a large grey heatsink covering the eight-phase power circuitry, while onboard RGB lighting means you can tweak the aesthetic to suit you. However, even that is a little more restrained than the previous model, as there are no PCI-E slot LEDs.

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ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE

Today we have the pre-order launch of Intel’s Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors and together with that is the reveal of performance for Intel’s X299 motherboards. For this review we have one of the launch models available for first adopters, the ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE motherboard. Read on!

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Intel Skylake-X Review: Core i9 7900X, i7 7820X and i7 7800X

One of the big criticisms from the launch of Broadwell-E, the platform before Skylake-X, was that Intel significantly increased prices over the preceding generation. Nominally consumers were used to the fact that the top chip in the stack was $999 to $1099, and rather than readjust the 6, 8 and 10 core parts to do so, Broadwell-E pushed the 10-core Core i7-6950X to ~$1721, in order to claim parity with the enterprise processors.

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