ASRock X299 Taichi CLX

The third iteration of the X299 Taichi which is purely designed for Cascade Lake-X processors is so awesome that it makes you forget the last 2 outings. The motherboard features a black and silver color design with a massive overhaul to the heatsinks and VRMs. The motherboard features Intel’s LGA 2066 socket which supports 7th, 9th and 10th Gen X-series processors.

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ASRock X299 Taichi CLX

Rather than lay out its slots to support four double-slot graphics cards, ASRock treats that second x16-length slot as a storage option. The highest possible slot space is instead occupied by an M.2 slot and covered with an aluminum shroud, as is the blank-looking space between the first and second PCIe slot. 

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With the Rampage VI Extreme Encore ASUS have gone back to the drawing board and produced a model which straddles the design line between the original Rampage VI Extreme and its Omega stable mate. Improvements to the quality of power stages, now utilising TDA21472 rather than the IR 3555 have allowed bigger power amperage, and this has been tamed by the introduction of two 30mm Delta fans.

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ASUS ROG Strix X299-E Gaming II

Today we’ve got the second iteration of the ASUS ROG Strix X299-E Gaming, here in II guise. However, we haven’t yet got the processors that it is designed to be utilised with. What this means for you is that we’re reviewing it as a preview, using the hardware we used to review the original run of X299 motherboards, but we will revisit this when the CPUs are available.

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Today we have our Gigabyte X299 AORUS Master motherboard review. This LGA2066 motherboard is designed to provide all of the features one needs for a high-end workstation of this class. This includes USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, Intel Optane Memory support, 4-Way SLI, a slew of PCIe and storage expansion options and Intel Core X Series Processors for high single core speed.

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