ASUS Rampage 4 Extreme Review

3D Mark

ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Review

3D Mark 11

Although there are some small gains to be had in the P-Score, and when talking about 3D Mark even the smallest gain is a triumph, it seems the i7-3960X allows us to become GPU limited in the Extreme test. I'm not sure if that's a bigger compliment to the CPU or the GTX570.

3D Mark Vantage

Vantage sees a very similar state of affairs. The P-Score creeps ever higher but the X-Score is unwavering. The Rampage IV Extreme does, just, give us our highest Vantage X-score on this particular card.

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Most Recent Comments

14-11-2011, 03:26:50

Diablo
Thanks for the reviews fellas. Great looking board. I hope so, given I've just ordered one.Quote

14-11-2011, 08:00:58

badtaylorx
cant say i wasnt expecting more but bravo asus!!!Quote

14-11-2011, 08:09:32

Excalabur50
Smashing review loved every minute of it and it was a looong one LOL Quote

14-11-2011, 09:02:32

SieB
Looks like a really good mobo, I thought Asus would have redesigned the BIOS for X79 though and not left it looking the same as the P67/Z68 one. Not that it looks bad or anything I just thought they would have made it look different.Quote

14-11-2011, 12:00:59

cryptz
can you tell me the boards exact dimensions? is it e-atx? i need to see if i can cram it in my lvl10 case.Quote
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