ASUS Maximus V Extreme Review

wPrime95 and Unigine

ASUS Maximus V Extreme Review

wPrime

There is, as we often have said, no replacement for pure horsepower in wPrime95, and the Maximus V Extreme takes full advantage of it's 4.9GHz CPU to give us the shortest times we've seen from our i7-3770K.

 

Unigine 0xAA

Unigine is used without anti-aliasing to give a greater chance for any tiny improvements to show up, and it certainly does. We're only comparing the top four motherboards in this graph, as we're still waiting for a replacement HD7970, but of the results we've obtained from our Sapphire HD7950, the Maximus V Extreme heads the pack by 2FPS.

  

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31-07-2012, 07:36:01

tinytomlogan
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...113339689l.JPG


You can be certain that a new chipset will mean a new ROG board, and today we look at both Maximus V models. First, the Extreme.


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31-07-2012, 08:58:16

Steenie
Great review as always!

31-07-2012, 17:25:47

Lollipop
Am i the only one that absoloutley hates the heatsinks?
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