ASUS MATX X99 Motherboard - Computex 2015

ASUS MATX X99M-WS Motherboard - Computex 2015

ASUS MATX X99 Motherboard - Computex 2015

ASUS MATX X99 Motherboard - Computex 2015


ASUS have just shown off their X99M-WS motherboard, an MATX workstation grade X99 motherboard, which ASUS claim will be the most powerful board of the MATX form factor, with the otption to even add an additional CPU 8-pin and a 6-pin PCI power to the board for additional power if required. 

This board supports up to a maximum of 128GB or quad channel DDR4 ram, though it has only 4 DDR4 memory slots. The Motherboard also has two PCI 3.0 x16 lanes, perfect for a high end Crossfire or SLI setup. 


ASUS MATX X99 Motherboard - Computex 2015  

The board also includes one PCIe 2.0x 1 slot and a single PCIe 2.0 x16 slot (wired at x4) and includes eight SATA 3.0 ports and a 32 GB/s M.2 slot. 

This motherboard also includes 2 USB 3.1 ports, 6 USB 3.0 ports and two gigabit Ethernet interfaces, 802.11 ac WLAN, bluetooth 4.0 and support for certain Intel Xeon processors. 

All in all this motherboard is a beast in terms of specs, especially for a MATX board. hopefully this motherboard will be priced well, but seeing as it is a workstation board this is unlikely.


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ASUS have shown off a new MATX X99 board, which while it is workstation grade, could make a very nice compact X99...

Posted by OC3D on Monday, 1 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

01-06-2015, 07:07:50

Always like to see some overkill SFF action, Asus. Now just bring back the Rampage Gene!


01-06-2015, 07:08:54

Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
Always like to see some overkill SFF action, Asus. Now just bring back the Rampage Gene!

From what I was told at the start thats not going to happen - this is a big step thoughQuote

01-06-2015, 07:20:38

Now that is one good looking motherboard, a potential one for a future upgrade to X99 perhaps?...

I specially really like the shiny ASUS logo plate on the right side Quote

01-06-2015, 07:20:55

If it is truly workstation grade, why would it have on-board power buttons, WiFi and an aftermarket sound solution? Pretty sure they were going for a middle road here.Quote

01-06-2015, 07:23:27

Looks like a nice board, but is this the final design? Not too keen on the heatsink personally, the other X99 ASUS boards look a lot better imo.Quote

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