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Agreed.

basically you guys are saying this is not the board for you...

but there is no one forcing this board on you
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So after seeing the price for this motherboard in Canadian dollars (dollars isn't even applicable) I have to laugh at what they are charging. This is nothing more than a flashy, gimmicky, rebranded Rampage V Extreme. Even in USD pricing it's ridiculously overpriced and is outside of what the market accepted range is. It's even more expensive than what the Gigabyte X58A-UD9 retailed for when it was released in 2010. The reality is that this motherboard will depreciate in value and what LGA3647 comes out it won't be flagship anymore. I am severely disappointed in ASUS. To celebrate their 10th anniversary they launched a cash cow motherboard rebrand. If that's what the ROG line has come to I will look for other brands and manufacturers to do business with even if ASUS has Canadian RMA.
You forget that it comes with a $200 DAC and the board looks amazing. Better than any mobo I've seen. Plus it's a collector's edition. Might not mean much to you but others like to collect hardware. Who knows if it'll be worth anything years from now but I'll treasure it.
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Had my R5E10 for one week now, was going to wait and jump into HEDT next year, but Asus produced the most beautiful motherboard in history, so had no choice but to pick one up, this mobo is PURE LOVE.

Performance_PCs.com is now selling them, they had (3) this morning, now all sold out.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/rog-rampage-v-edition-10-desktop-motherboard-intel-x99-chipset-socket-lga-2011-v3.html

Still testing using an NH-D15 and overclocking the 6800K, so far good results to 4.6GHz, picked up my CPU from Siliconlottery.com, waiting for the EK monoblock to go underwater, hope I can remove that rear I/O heatpipe using a heatgun easily enough.

Haven’t read through the entire thread sorry, but Bios 801 went up at the Asus support site about 3days ago.

https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/ROG-RAMPAGE-V-EDITION-10/HelpDesk_Download/










Enjoy the R5E10 Guys! thumb.gif
     
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^Did you get a 4.4Ghz binned 6800k? What volts are you pushing at 4.6Ghz? Fully stable? Congrats BTW!
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^Did you get a 4.4Ghz binned 6800k? What volts are you pushing at 4.6Ghz? Fully stable? Congrats BTW!

Yes, 6800K 4.4Ghz binned 1.344volts, but had to move to 1.482v, for 4.6GHz, only tested for 15min, ROG stress test, not a full hour not until I get underwater. Stable at 4.5GHz yes, stable at 4.6GHz maybe redface.gif


I'm happy with 4.5 and lower volts for a daily OC.

     
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Yes, 6800K 4.4Ghz binned 1.344volts, but had to move to 1.482v, for 4.6GHz, only tested for 15min, ROG stress test, not a full hour not until I get underwater. Stable at 4.5GHz yes, stable at 4.6GHz maybe redface.gif


I'm happy with 4.5 and lower volts for a daily OC.


what memory speed and latency can you run stable@4.5GHz? of course, I'm also interested at the final stable daily config once you go LC
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You forget that it comes with a $200 DAC and the board looks amazing. Better than any mobo I've seen. Plus it's a collector's edition. Might not mean much to you but others like to collect hardware. Who knows if it'll be worth anything years from now but I'll treasure it.

I am not convinced at all. Let me address your points:

1. Most external DAC's and AMP's are superior to onboard audio even if it is "gaming". I highly doubt that $200 dac can even match my ODAC. I even doubt more that it is $200 and that in reality it probably is a $25 component and bom marked up several times
2. Aesthetic's aren't everything and functionality and stability should always take precedent over looks. Besides I've seen better looking motherboards with less bling. If you consider the gimmicky RGB lighting and "bling" to make it the best you have ever seen then you have forgotten motherboards of the past.
3. You don't buy a motherboard to collect hardware. You buy a motherboard to use it. That doesn't make any sense what you are saying at all (you don't buy a motherboard just to look at it either).

So in summary I don't get a very convincing justification for this motherboard. This is supposed to be 10 years celebrating their ROG lineup (ever since the Commando motherboard) and this is all they can come up with is a rebranded Rampage V? No wonder I do less and less ASUS builds and more of other brands. Not to mention that I can get a flagship X99 motherboard from Gigabyte for about close to $300 before taxes (Canadian) while this costs almost $700-800 before taxes (Canadian). ASUS cannot justify it's cost in comparison to other flagship X99 motherboards.

That finally brings me to their ROG lineup. It's lost it's luster and uniqueness ever since Shamino left. They haven't been able to replace him and they don't innovate or provide unique features anymore. Even their custom OC-socket may void warranties when used.
Edited by 45nm - 7/9/16 at 9:06pm
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I am not convinced at all. Let me address your points:

1. Most external DAC's and AMP's are superior to onboard audio even if it is "gaming". I highly doubt that $200 dac can even match my ODAC. I even doubt more that it is $200 and that in reality it probably is a $25 component and bom marked up several times
2. Aesthetic's aren't everything and functionality and stability should always take precedent over looks. Besides I've seen better looking motherboards with less bling. If you consider the gimmicky RGB lighting and "bling" to make it the best you have ever seen then you have forgotten motherboards of the past.
3. You don't buy a motherboard to collect hardware. You buy a motherboard to use it. That doesn't make any sense what you are saying at all (you don't buy a motherboard just to look at it either).

So in summary I don't get a very convincing justification for this motherboard. This is supposed to be 10 years celebrating their ROG lineup (ever since the Commando motherboard) and this is all they can come up with is a rebranded Rampage V? No wonder I do less and less ASUS builds and more of other brands. Not to mention that I can get a flagship X99 motherboard from Gigabyte for about close to $300 before taxes (Canadian) while this costs almost $700-800 before taxes (Canadian). ASUS cannot justify it's cost in comparison to other flagship X99 motherboards.

That finally brings me to their ROG lineup. It's lost it's luster and uniqueness ever since Shamino left. They haven't been able to replace him and they don't innovate or provide unique features anymore. Even their custom OC-socket may void warranties when used.

Ok, we got it. You won't buy it.
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I am not convinced at all. Let me address your points:

1. Most external DAC's and AMP's are superior to onboard audio even if it is "gaming". I highly doubt that $200 dac can even match my ODAC. I even doubt more that it is $200 and that in reality it probably is a $25 component and bom marked up several times
2. Aesthetic's aren't everything and functionality and stability should always take precedent over looks. Besides I've seen better looking motherboards with less bling. If you consider the gimmicky RGB lighting and "bling" to make it the best you have ever seen then you have forgotten motherboards of the past.
3. You don't buy a motherboard to collect hardware. You buy a motherboard to use it. That doesn't make any sense what you are saying at all (you don't buy a motherboard just to look at it either).

So in summary I don't get a very convincing justification for this motherboard. This is supposed to be 10 years celebrating their ROG lineup (ever since the Commando motherboard) and this is all they can come up with is a rebranded Rampage V? No wonder I do less and less ASUS builds and more of other brands. Not to mention that I can get a flagship X99 motherboard from Gigabyte for about close to $300 before taxes (Canadian) while this costs almost $700-800 before taxes (Canadian). ASUS cannot justify it's cost in comparison to other flagship X99 motherboards.

That finally brings me to their ROG lineup. It's lost it's luster and uniqueness ever since Shamino left. They haven't been able to replace him and they don't innovate or provide unique features anymore. Even their custom OC-socket may void warranties when used.
1. I highly doubt you or I can tell the difference between your ODAC and the DAC that comes with the Rampage. You can guess all you want about what parts it has and such but I'm positive that it's nothing but quality stuff. TweakTown rated the audio excellent and had nothing but good things to say about it.

2. This motherboard does look amazing to me and a ton of other folks. Even with the LED's disabled it looks amazing. The board has stability and functionality so that's covered with ease. BTW, I've been building rigs for 20 years and I've yet to see a board that looks as good as this.

3. I plan on using this board for a couple of years and then stashing it away. It sucks that this board isn't in your price range and that you feel the need to trash one of the best motherboards ever made. Enjoy your ugly Gigabyte board though. thumb.gif
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i currently have a schiit stack (magni and modi with 770 pro 250ohm)
the onboard audio really is very good, compared to a schiit stack it's about the same well at least for me...
i bet if you're blindfolded you can't tell the difference...tongue.gif
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