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Asus Maximus VI Impact
8.5 out of 10

Asus Maximus VI Impact

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Overall 10


7 May 2014
  • Summary: It is really hard for me to write any sort of conclusion for the ASUS MAXIMUS VI IMPACT without sounding like I’m kissing ASUS’s butt. There is so little here that I can find fault with that, no matter how I look at it, I just have to confess it to nearly be the perfect board for anyone that wants...
  • Pros: Packed with high-end ROG features to keep your system stable even when pushed to the absolute limit, Decent stock and overclocked performance – this board is ready for benchmarking, Provided fan connectivity and control is excellent, Wide-open BIOS ready for tweaking to the limit, Included WiFi/B...
  • Cons: This board really seems too good to be true, which might have some disregard it, No Intel Thunderbolt, Color scheme used may not appeal to all
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Asus' ROG Maximus VI Impact Mini-ITX motherboard reviewed

27 April 2014
  • Summary: The Maximus VI Impact is the first Mini-ITX offering to spring from Asus' premium Republic of Gamers family. , it's also the most expensive mini Z87 board on the market right now. Both of those attributes set a high bar of expectations, and the Impact delivers. And then some.
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ASUS Maximus VI Impact LGA 1150 Motherboard Review

17 April 2014
  • Summary: ASUS combines the mini-ITX form factor with Republic of Gamers innovation, style and performance giving rise to the Maximus VI Impact. The tiny motherboards have moved from a tiny computer builder niche to a subset that many true overclocking enthusiasts consider as options now days due to...
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ASUS Maximus VI Impact Motherboard Review

PC Perspective
14 March 2014
  • Excerpt: The ASUS Maximus VI Impact is ASUS' newest mini-ITX member of the Republic of Gamer (ROG) family. ASUS integrated design innovations from its Z77-based mITX board and added in some ROG-based innovations to come up with a wholly unique entity.
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Expert Review

Silent PC
16 December 2013
  • Summary: Like other members of ASUS' Republic of Gamers series motherboards, the Maximus VI Impact is specifically designed for enthusiasts willing to put in the time, effort, and money to tweak their systems for peak performance.
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Overall 9

Asus Maximus VI Impact Review

20 November 2013
  • Conclusion: There's no getting away from the fact that the Maximus VI Impact is pricey, however the cash you'll splash is, in all honesty, the only bad thing about this motherboard. It looks stunning, is dripping with features, is fast at stock speed and when overclocked, and is one of a select few mini-ITX...
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Expert Review

25 October 2013
  • Conclusion: When ASUS first introduced the RoG Gene micro-ATX boards, we were very enthusiastic about the compact boards with the same overclocking features you find on ATX models. And we're just as excited about the Maximus VI Impact.
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Overall 9

ASUS Maximus VI Impact Mini ITX Motherboard Review

4 October 2013
  • Excerpt: Being as the PC world is going through a trend of smaller systems it started with lanBox style systems and mATX boards and now many are moving to even smaller mITX form factors. Introduction – ASUS Maximus VI Impact The ASUS Z87 series is far from over as something we have today is something people...
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Overall 10

Expert Review

Tweak Town
21 August 2013
  • Summary: Pricing on the ASUS Maximus VI Impact has just popped up online and it's higher than I thought it would be. I knew that it would carry a premium price tag, and a big one at that.
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ASUS RoG Maximus VI Impact ITX Review

Hardware Canucks
4 March 2014
  • Conclusion: When it comes to expectations for ITX motherboards, expectations are understandably low. If history was any indication the ASUS Maximus VI Impact would have over promised and under delivered, mostly due to an extremely small footprint constraining capabilities.
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