Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z, Micro-ATX Motherboard Chipset-Based Intel Z68

Monday, July 4, 2011

Having announced through the exhibition Computex 2011, Asus has finally officially released the Gene-Z Maximus IV update. Micro-ATX motherboard based on Intel chipset is designed to run the Z68 processor in the LGA 1155 Sandy Bridge.Just as with all series of other Republic of Gamers motherboard, Maximus IV Gene-Z features a number of advanced features that are important, such as support for AMD's CrossFireX and Nvidia's SLI, support ROG Connect and on-board sound chip Supreme X-Fi.

Besides two PCI Express x16 slot required for dual-GPU setup, Asus has also equip it with a PCI-E x4 slot. Plus users will also find the Power button and Reset the on-board LCD and debug BIOS.

To support its storage solutions, this motherboard has provided six SATA ports, two of 6Gbps, and USB 3.0 headers that allow for the two ports to be forwarded to the front casing. Two USB 3.0 ports can be found in the panel I / O rear along with a number of impressive USB 2.0 ports, two eSATA connectors, 7.1-channel audio output S / PDIF digital and Gigabit Ethernet ports.

As a support base Z68 Intel chipset, the motherboard is also equipped with HDMI video output is placed just below the connector S / PDIF. Thus, the motherboard Maximus IV Gene-Z this means switching technology is fully compatible with Virtu LucidLogix graphics and Intel's Quick Sync, and also supports the Smart Response.

For the existence of CPU power, diasup by Extreme Engine Digi + PWM complex with 8-phase design that Asus claims can provide intake flow to the processor 250A.

According to a posting made by Asus representatives on the XtremeSystems forum, the retail price set is equal to 185 USD, or about 1.6 million dollars. While availability subject himself, reportedly will soon go on sale in the not longer.


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