ASUS X299-E Strix Gaming Review

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ASUS X299-E Strix Gaming Review


On a more fulsome test of the X299 capabilities the two ASUS offerings continue to be so closely matched as to make any suggestions about a preference pointless.

ASUS X299-E Strix Gaming Review  

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01-07-2017, 15:30:03

You've been busy Tom! First the lightning video and now this one. Thanks!Quote

01-07-2017, 16:04:22

Lol at the end when your doorbell goes my 2 dogs went mental Quote

01-07-2017, 16:44:54

Just seen the price of this one at CCL - £540+, WT...., can only imagine what the new Rampage will cost...:gulp:Quote

01-07-2017, 17:55:14

Originally Posted by You_What? View Post
Just seen the price of this one at CCL - £540+, WT...., can only imagine what the new Rampage will cost...:gulp:
CCL do very competitive prices. I bagged a Palit Jetstream GTX 1080 from there last month for £425 Quote

02-07-2017, 06:14:12

Thanks for the review. Are you gonna review the Tuf mark 1 next? The board seems nice and not too expensive but I'm a little worried about the plastic VRM cover... Does the strix have a plastic cover on the vrm heatsink? It doesn't look so.Quote

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