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I too use ethernet, but I just want the option since I have the mPCIE card, you know?
I think I've found out that the connector is called RP-SMA, and this might be a suitable replacement.

Yes, the mini-coax connector is an RP-SMA... however on that antenna, it's only specified for 2.4GHz so you may have limited to non-existent 5GHz 802.11N bandwidth... hard to say for sure - but since you're using a wired connection for anything 'important' it shouldn't really matter that much. Let us know how the bluetooth works afterwards since that's the main issue that I would think would be likely to affect even those of us not worried about the Wifi aspects. As long as the range on both is at least 10-15ft I'd say an antenna replacement would definitely be an aesthetic benefit - unless you have a white case of course. biggrin.gif
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Hi, i was considering to get a Maximus V formula motherboard, i have read some negatives stuffs regarding to reliability and bad customer service for Asus, i would like to know if this is truth or are just isolated issues than nothing have to do with this brand and series. I think this is the best place to ask, real owners of the motherboards.
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The formula is great. At the last LN2 meet my one was running at -160c 6.4ghz from 9am to 6pm will water all over it without issues.
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Anyone can attest adding a 2nd cpu cable gave a sharper vcore to the maximus v extreme?
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Hi, i was considering to get a Maximus V formula motherboard, i have read some negatives stuffs regarding to reliability and bad customer service for Asus, i would like to know if this is truth or are just isolated issues than nothing have to do with this brand and series. I think this is the best place to ask, real owners of the motherboards.

I think that's a given with any company. The people who had bad experiences with a company will leave bad reviews and comments but the guys who had great experience with a company will usually stay quite. I know that if you choose to get a Maximus V forumla you won't regret it.

Edit: accidented a word.
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I think that's a given with any company. The people who had bad experiences with a company will be leave bad reviews and comments but the guys who had great experience with a company will usually stay quite. I know that if you choose to get a Maximus V forumla you won't regret it.
I hope so, im goin for it so
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I hope so, im goin for it so

Great choice, once you get it don't forget to post it here with your CPU-z and join the club!
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Hi, i was considering to get a Maximus V formula motherboard, i have read some negatives stuffs regarding to reliability and bad customer service for Asus, i would like to know if this is truth or are just isolated issues than nothing have to do with this brand and series. I think this is the best place to ask, real owners of the motherboards.

Asus has the best quality boards in the Market & they're usually the first to do something & the rest have to keep up. Between my son, wife, & myself we own three Asus boards. It has been a Terrific EXP! You think Lexus (Toyota) doesn't have any kind of problems? They do & they make the best cars in the business. Our 4TH board (MVE) is on it's way & I am very excited. My daughter has a ASRock Extreme 4 & it was a great board to work with. She liked the look of it & it offered a lot for the money. I read all kinds of negative things about AsRock over the years, but I also read positive things about them. Only thing I didn't like about the board was the PCB overlay (It's brown). The board hasn't skipped a beat though.

Anything is subject to failure or defect, go with your heart. I'm sure you know enough about computers to make decisions on your own!
 
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Asus makes great products... their customer service and RMA is a totally different story... So I hear.. smile.gif
    
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Can i join? Just got this last night as I posted.smile.gif

    
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