ASUS Launches MAXIMUS II GENE micro-ATX

"ASUS today announced its MAXIMUS II GENE micro-ATX, which is based on Intel's P45 chipset."

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ASUS Launches MAXIMUM II GENE micro-ATX
 
MAXIMUS II GENE from ASUS designed for Intel's P45 chipsetASUS today announced its MAXIMUS II GENE micro-ATX, which is based on Intel’s P45 chipset. The board follows the company’s earlier ROG Rampage II GENE m-ATX offering, which was designed for the Intel X58 motherboard.
 
The ROG Rampage II GENE brought all the features of full-sized models to a micro-ATX, and the new model is shaped along the same lines. The ROG-inspired P45 board features two PCIe x16 slots (x8 in dual-card mode) with CrossFireX support, 7 SATA, 1 eSATA, 12 USB 2.0 ports, 2 FireWire 1394a ports, and 4 DIMM slots, which support DDR2 memory clocked at more than 1,300MHz speeds.
 
The board also has support for SupremeFX X-Fi audio. The combination is a very special, feature packed m-ATX. With so much hardware packed onto such a small board, the MAXIMUS II is expected to be priced at a princely £150, though ASUS is still to make an official price announcement.
 
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13-04-2009, 06:26:50

PV5150
Hello guys :) I'm just letting you know that I will be officially back as part of the team starting tomorrow. I would like to apologise for my absence but I have had some major work and family issues to work through, as well as a number of personal demons to sort out. Jim, I know you've been trying to get hold of me, and once again my apologies for not getting back to you sooner, but the issues I alluded to earlier have unfortunately taken precedence.

I hope that you guys can forgive my lack of activity, but I can assure you that the new and refreshed PV will be more than up to any task you care to throw at him. Anyway guys I'll be on msn if you want to get hold of me for anything....

Take care my valued friends

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13-04-2009, 07:07:23

w3bbo
Great news Matt. Life should always be every ones no1 priority. Glad to hear you've got/getting things sorted m8.

Welcome back.

13-04-2009, 07:29:19

Jim
*Breathes a sigh of relief*

Seriously dude I thought Flick had buried you in the back garden lol!

13-04-2009, 07:41:45

Luigi
Good to have you back Pv :)

Glad everything is sorted, there's been a number of posts/topics wondering where you'd got to, so good to see you back again :)

13-04-2009, 08:21:28

PV5150
Thanks guys for being so understanding <3. So far I have 1512 posts to check out :D

13-04-2009, 08:22:22

Luigi

Thanks guys for being so understanding <3. So far I have 1512 posts to check out :D



woah... now that's what I call a challenge.

13-04-2009, 08:30:02

PV5150
Yeah agreed it'll keep me busy for a little bit :)

13-04-2009, 09:20:59

Ham
Nice to see you back mate, hope eveythings resolved. Been like OC3Ds missing a limb around here without you!

13-04-2009, 09:45:50

PV5150

Nice to see you back mate, hope eveythings resolved. Been like OC3Ds missing a limb around here without you!

Wow thanks mate, I appreciate it <3

13-04-2009, 12:25:11

Kempez
Yep sorely missed fo sho!

Glad your here matey
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