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I'm not arguing about perfection, just a trend that I noticed with newer motherboards. And no, the Edition 10 is not enough to make me upgrade rolleyes.gif
You need this board. It's awesome. Don't think about it and just order one. thumb.gif
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You need this board. It's awesome. Don't think about it and just order one. thumb.gif
Nooo, must....resist, ...... aaaaaaaaah biggrin.gif
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Nooo, must....resist, ...... aaaaaaaaah biggrin.gif
I had bought a 6700k but when I saw this board I had to have it. I'll be keeping it in my hardware collection in hopes to match it with the Asus Rampage Edition 20th Anniversary mobo. wink.gif
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I just think you should stop preaching things that are clearly beyond your own understanding. Especially when the preaching is so long winded and practically a nonsensical tangent. For instance only a twit would be so adamant all the cases reported by users were one and the same issue.


Jeez you're a real piece of work smh... doh.gif

This issue was overwhelmingly investigated over a long period of time and PROVEN to be the fault of the asus boards. This happened ONLY on the Rampage V Extreme board (not the 3.1 only the original), and happened on 5820Ks, 5930Ks, 5960Xs, AND all manner of LGA 2011-3 Xeons as well proving it wasn't a specific CPU defect; happened with all manner of RAM kits etc..etc.. There were long dozens of page long threads with people indicating these problems, with all kinds of systems. Its nearly impossible for it to not be the motherboard at fault; especially when ASUS mostly fixed the issue eventually (quietly of course) with a stealth BIOS update some months later. The fact that Rampage IV Black boards had similar problems just increases the evidcence.

I'm sorry my posts appear "long winded" to you, but i can't be expected to dumb down everything i say for you to comprehend. And anyone who is acting incompetently enough to throw baseless insults at someone using such a boorish name like "twit" has no right trying to tell me what is beyond my understanding lmao. As i've said before, those who reported these problems ALL experience the EXACT SAME SYMPTOMS. They had their CPU all of a sudden fry out, and would give an overvoltage warning with the SAME error code upon reboot (if they could even reboot), and upon finally getting it to boot again or inserting a new CPU they ALL found that their vcore had been automatically raised to absurd levels on its own without them touching it; most of them weren't even overclocking i might add. There were even ASUS employees who ADMITTED fault, but the company themself refused to admit responsibility in any official form.

With that said, you're obviously in over your head in this discussion, so i'll leave you alone so you can have more time to study how hardware works.
 
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USB 3/3.1 takes up way more spaces than USB 2 for routing and conductor especially when running at that speed
you can wish, but do some homework before you criticize like that

many monitors also gives you extra USB ports as well
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Maybe gimped is the wrong word, but still 12 USBs vs 8+2 type C's? Those type C's make more sense on the front of a case, IMO.

I would add to it only single USB 2.0 internal connector, which they supposed to use with 5.25" DAC, but there are also Aquaero or Corsair commander which use internal USB 2.0
Edited by rioja - 7/8/16 at 3:04am
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I would add to it only single USB 2.0 internal connector, which they supposed to use with 5.25" DAC, but there are also Aquaero or Corsair commander which use internal USB 2.0

I thought I count at least 3 or 4. Doesn't rog extension work as two itself? I've never used it and always used it for aquaero and front panel usb when I had a rampage, and I don't think this comes with one anyways.
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It seems yes, there are 2 internal 2.0 connectors, one is just shared with ROG ext, then it is good biggrin.gif

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I just got my Rampage V Edition 10, but I need help. There is some plastic under the IO shield. It looks like there's a tab to remove it, but it doesn't come out. Asus support has been horrible.


Edited by james41382 - 7/8/16 at 5:27pm
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So I decided to cave and ASUS is looking like it already bit me again. How does a brand new board not even unpeeled manage to look like it got damaged like this? Question for those who got one too, were the boxes shrink wrapped? Or did newegg send me an open box?






Box came like this no shrink wrap, I don't know if all computer parts come with them shrink wrapped but most my parts did.




Edited by saintruski - 7/8/16 at 6:47pm
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