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post #71 of 643
The most dramatic change in the Maximus series appears to be that Asus is considering these boards on the same level but with different uses. The previous lineup felt like Extreme was top tier, then Formula then the other two i.e. on different levels. Formula looks amazing, with that armor and new styling. Great Work Asus thumb.gif
post #72 of 643
Man all this new stuff is making me go nuts on what I want to build lol

Is the formulat cheaper then the extreme or more expensive
post #73 of 643
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Man all this new stuff is making me go nuts on what I want to build lol

Is the formulat cheaper then the extreme or more expensive

Probably more expensive due to all the "armor" and thermal padding.
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They really should ditch the on-board video outs for more useful ports, since most "gamers" will use a dGPU.
post #75 of 643
I'm throwing money at my screen yet nothing is happening.
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post #76 of 643
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They really should ditch the on-board video outs for more useful ports, since most "gamers" will use a dGPU.

Keep one for lucid mvp users, gpu troubleshooting, and gpu rma.
post #77 of 643
I love the Rog ITX but I will proably just for for the Gold itx asus z87 because that is my color scheme. also because the extra option that it has will not benefit me and that will increase price
post #78 of 643
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Probably more expensive due to all the "armor" and thermal padding.

It will fill the price gap between the Maximus VI Hero and Extreme so pricing will probably be around $349.99-$369.99.
Edited by burningrave101 - 6/4/13 at 9:59am
post #79 of 643
I'm continually shocked at how much stuff asus can stuff onto a board. And this mITX is no exception. Now if only asus could figure out how to stuff a 2011 socket on there...rolleyes.gif
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post #80 of 643
Finally a great ITX board. So much trash floating around out there currently.

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