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[HotHardware] ASUS Z390 Maximus XI Extreme Motherboard Leaks with DC DIMM

ASUS ROG Maximus XI Extreme is an extended ATX (E-ATX) motherboard that looms large over the lineup. We don't have a ton of details about the motherboard, but from looking at the press render, we can see a robust VRM with beefy cooling, two reinforced PCI Express x16 slots (plus one more that is no reinforced, for three total), and at least six SATA 6Gbps ports.

We can also see onboard Start and Reset buttons, both positioned below a diagnostic LED, and a small OLED display situated on top of the fixed I/O shield. This is not the first time that ASUS has plopped an OLED display onto a high-end motherboard. On previous models, users could have the display real-time system information, such as clock speeds, fan speeds, temps, and so forth, or have it show custom messages.

The folks at Videocardz obtained photos suggesting the ROG Maximus XI series will support double-capacity RAM. Apparently G.Skill is readying a TridentZ RGB DC memory kit, and a company called ZADAK is getting in on the action too.

Link: https://hothardware.com/news/asus-z3...herboard-leaks
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Interesting, larger RAM modules is the exact opposite direction I figured we'd be going. Though I guess it makes sense in a way at this time in some cases at least.


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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
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Bet this ram will only cost 3x $$$of regular dims to. 16gb will cost as much as 64gb 32gb will cost as much as 128g.

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I want to find a Z390 Board that will allow the use of a Noctua NH-15 and still populate all 4 ram slots.

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Is that one of those m.2 riser cards like the threadripper board had? This board looks really tempting but I can already see a $550 price tag appearing through the mist.



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I want to find a Z390 Board that will allow the use of a Noctua NH-15 and still populate all 4 ram slots.
That should be easy to do as long as you use the right height ram. I don't think you will find a motherboard that will allow you to use all 4 slots, the NH-15 and tall ram.

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Is that one of those m.2 riser cards like the threadripper board had?
As noted in the article, it's Asus' Dual Capacity RAM, intended to allow you to max out RAM capacity using fewer RAM slots.


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Interested in this board, too early now but is this really a true e-atx board? Going to throw this in a 750D (willing to look at other options), should fit right?
Curious, where is the m.2 slot on this board? I see the 3 screw holes near the bottom for the different lengths. Heatsink cover?

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