ASUS ROG Z390 Maximus XI Extreme Review

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We use a custom blend for our Blender test and it's one of the sternest tests in our whole benchmark suite. Anything that runs for the best part of half an hour soaks a lot of heat into the system and really shows how good or bad the chipset and power phase heatsinks are. The Maximus XI Extreme is a little faster than the Strix at stock and a few seconds slower when overclocked. Five seconds over a test which lasts 1500 seconds isn't worth worrying about.

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19-10-2018, 12:27:07

Avet
Really impressive. But I have one word for you ASUS... PLX!!! On a board this high-end, this expensive, and with tons of connectivity PLX is a must. M.2s 99% of the time won't use all 8 lanes that you give them, but 2080 Ti might get choked with 8 lanes. Let PLX juggle the bandwidth as it is needed.

It would be a dream if Intel would up the PCI-E lane count on 20, or 24 for top of the line mainstream CPUs.

Apart from lack of PLX this board is a dream.Quote
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