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Old 09-28-2018, 04:37 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
??? The Gene boards have always been mATX. mITX boards used to be under "Impact" but has since been changed to just Strix with an "i" somewhere in the name.

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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
Three holes - ATX. Two holes - ITX. But it does look like ITX considering number of PCI-E slots, and relative sparsity of ports.
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you whacky SFF guys and your holes.


thanks for the correction, i'm an ATX guy, my bad.

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Old 09-28-2018, 03:34 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Millillion View Post
As noted in the article, it's Asus' Dual Capacity RAM, intended to allow you to max out RAM capacity using fewer RAM slots.
The photo showed the tall memory stick next to the socket so I assumed these new memory modules went into the normal ram slots.


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So that DIMM.2 is for NVME drives like the Threadripper board. High density memory is mentioned on the product page but I'm not sure if that's the same thing as the double capacity ram mentioned in the article. If "high density memory" and "double capacity memory" are the same thing, it goes in the normal ram slots.



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Are these Pcie 4.0 it seems odd that the mATX only has 1 Pcie 16x slot?

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I think all of the Z390 motherboards are still 3.0

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Quote: Originally Posted by profundido View Post
better cooling for the ram (larger blocks) makes perfect sense for this sort of board. Will be an awesome board for the 9900K I'm sure

As owner of Maximus X Formula with integrated VRM watercooling circuit I couldn't be happier with the continuation of these beautiful product lines, specialized in OC gaming. Cool and blazing fast

these boards don't go into mini pc's or cases. There's always plenty of room for the RAM modules



Hopefully they release something similar for this chipset with integrated waterblocks. If that happens, then I might get myself out of this broadwell-e build.

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The Maximus XI Formula also has a similar integrated EK waterblock on the VRM's. It is $450 though.
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