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post #21 of 59 (permalink) Old 05-19-2020, 07:17 PM
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It has arrived.
but hooooow who did ya order from? jelly lol new egg hasn't said anything about it yet


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Newegg has them available now. Mine is in packaging.

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Newegg has them available now. Mine is in packaging.
Yep! same! mine is shipping now. too bad i wont get my CPU till saturday or next week waaaah


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It appears ASUS has the best mobos at launch. Reports of buggy BIOS from MSI, Gigabyte. Intel review kits were sent with ASUS boards. And it looks like the Extreme is doing very well:


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Cool, I can add it the the first post.
I posted my review (more of an overclocking guide, it's not an actual motherboard review) in a new thread because it's too long.

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I posted my review (more of an overclocking guide, it's not an actual motherboard review) in a new thread because it's too long.
Please link to your review.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
I posted my review (more of an overclocking guide, it's not an actual motherboard review) in a new thread because it's too long.
Okay, I linked the thread in the first post.

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ASUS, including other mobo makers are being given a bit more free reign from Intel and apparently will be releasing in the future BIOSs that unlock even more performance and extending the timings for boosts clocks.

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it's either this board or the Aorus Extreme. Hmm.. decisions..
Why no MSI Godlike? I have an Xtreme and Godlike on the way... didn't consider ASUS as much as I wanted too because there was no mention of PCI-e 4.0.

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