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Originally Posted by MNiceGuy View Post

I respect your opinion but with the LED's disabled this should look very much like the Black Edition. Comparing photos of the unlit Edition 10 and the Rampage IV Black right in front of me they are very similar looking in my opinion.

Its more likely asus positions the RVEX as a halo product for their ROG range and though not everyone can get one, it draws customers to the entire ROG lineup. The X99-E WS seems to have a dual purpose as its geared towards a smaller niche market of both enthusiast and professionals. Its those pros that want their cake and can eat it too. Notice how Asus calls it "Flagship" (performance). I think long gone are the days of the Rampage III Black Edition where it was ultra rare. The RIVBE really become a mainstream board inline with a refreshed product lineup and not an ultra exclusive halo board. I think the RVEX follows the same path as the RIVBE.


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Interesting,but irrelevant,none of these points were made in your post. You claimed its "Asus's big daddy X99".....which it isnt.
All commercial boards are enthusiast centric,including WS,so that comment is just nonsensical..

It is also not about capability,the WS is the highest grade enthusiast board from ASUS...as said by themselves.

You're correct. I used a brief, generic term when I stated the Edition 10's position in Asus' motherboard lineup. The original question was whether or not the Edition 10 is this generation's Black Edition and I think that's undoubtedly true at this point. My choice of words did not reflect the existence of the WS board. I should have restricted my comment to boards specifically marketed toward enthusiasts/overclockers.

My understanding is the WS board has the same CPU power delivery as the Rampage, higher quality caps, and that massive array of PCI-E x16 slots. I'm not sure if the WS has the uber-elaborate BIOS of the Rampage but for the sake of argument let's say it does. All this being said, I do agree the WS is 'the top' board in the Asus lineup.

I think we might have different ideas of a "commercial board". To me, a commercial board is something like the Asus CS line where the top priorities are durability, cost, and long-term availability. They exist as an option for companies to build a custom solution for their work environment.

Comparatively there are boards like the RoG, Gaming, Classified, etc. which are marketed directly toward enthusiasts. These are for folks that tinker with PCs as a hobby. Business and casual users are almost certainly going to steer clear of these. The WS is unique in that it has one foot in this door and the other foot in heavy computing.

See - makes perfect sense.
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You're correct. I used a brief, generic term when I stated the Edition 10's position in Asus' motherboard lineup. The original question was whether or not the Edition 10 is this generation's Black Edition and I think that's undoubtedly true at this point. My choice of words did not reflect the existence of the WS board. I should have restricted my comment to boards specifically marketed toward enthusiasts/overclockers.

My understanding is the WS board has the same CPU power delivery as the Rampage, higher quality caps, and that massive array of PCI-E x16 slots. I'm not sure if the WS has the uber-elaborate BIOS of the Rampage but for the sake of argument let's say it does. All this being said, I do agree the WS is 'the top' board in the Asus lineup.

I think we might have different ideas of a "commercial board". To me, a commercial board is something like the Asus CS line where the top priorities are durability, cost, and long-term availability. They exist as an option for companies to build a custom solution for their work environment.

Comparatively there are boards like the RoG, Gaming, Classified, etc. which are marketed directly toward enthusiasts. These are for folks that tinker with PCs as a hobby. Business and casual users are almost certainly going to steer clear of these. The WS is unique in that it has one foot in this door and the other foot in heavy computing.

See - makes perfect sense.

To me,a commercial board is anything available from a reseller to the general public,I can where our paths separate in this respect.
I fully agree that this RoG offering will be the top tier within the RoG lineup and probably in sales also,I'm not putting this board down in any way. It is a looker for sure.
It could with less sculptured plastic tho,I would prefer the EVGA folded metal IO covers myself but these are small aesthetic niggles.

Wermad,I see you emphasised the E..Im talking about the whole WS lineup,the E just denotes form factor.
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@ jincuteguy

I ordered it from Scan.co.uk on pre-order with estimated due in date of 21st June
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Wermad,I see you emphasised the E..Im talking about the whole WS lineup,the E just denotes form factor.

Reason I highlighted the "E" is to point out where it goes. Its common to mistakenly place the "E" after "WS". Much like i did and saw it happen with the X79-E WS. i do like the layout of the IPMI model though.

If were gonna talk Asus top-dog mobos, its gotta be X99-e Ws. Interesting how the G1 Z170 puts the G1 X99 to shame in terms looks (on a side note).


So you getting a RVEX? Kind of a change of pace with the RVEX, seeing you're an matx/itx guy smile.gif


Pascal got me thinking of an matx...
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Reason I highlighted the "E" is to point out where it goes. Its common to mistakenly place the "E" after "WS". Much like i did and saw it happen with the X79-E WS. i do like the layout of the IPMI model though.

If were gonna talk Asus top-dog mobos, its gotta be X99-e Ws. Interesting how the G1 Z170 puts the G1 X99 to shame in terms looks (on a side note).


So you getting a RVEX? Kind of a change of pace with the RVEX, seeing you're an matx/itx guy smile.gif


Pascal got me thinking of an matx...

Ah,I see..a lot of people do that.

I'm not,I have a X99m and E coming,I do have a strix X99 here but I will probably use that in the D Frame 2. The WS kit is for the Caselabs and S Frame build respectively.

I'm not the only one hot for the IPMI then? That would suit the S Frame much better than the E but they are hard to get from ASUS.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132838
I'm thinking about ordering, but what will I really gain over the normal RVE I have?
No one seems to notice the 26 quick switches on the motherboard.
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If we're talking about the RoG flagship, successor to the Rampage IV Black Edition, then I stand by my comment: this is the board in question. It sits atop the X99 Strix and is the highest enthusiast-centric board Asus is offering that we currently know anything about it.

I don't know enough about the Edition 10 to use it for comparison but when looking at the Rampage V against the WS-E, there's really nothing the latter can do that the former can't. Also, it doesn't look like the WS-E is available anymore.
It's ASUS's 10 year ROG Anniversary motherboard.
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I am just hoping that MC has these by this weekend... smile.gif
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The other thing I noticed comparing the edition 10 to the deluxe 2 is the pcie slot spacing. Having a 28 lane cpu and no Plx switches it appears you can't skip say the 3rd pcie slot and use the 4th. I have tri fire on water, but if I change gpu's it would seem the better slot spacing of the edition 10 would keep my options open.
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I love that board so much, but they are very hard to find and cost so damn much. I wish they would make more boards with that design aesthetic.
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