Summary: Purchasing a Rampage Extreme is no small matter. Weighing in around $400 per board, you are not just buying a standard board but buying a small piece of history. No, this is not a cheesy 3am infomercial on buying commemorative coins.
Summary: ASUS and all MB manufacturers need to support their products with updates for 10 years, bios, sound, etc drivers.
Pros: This has been a great MB and in 2013 is still capable of playing anything and doing it very well on high or very high settings. Liked it so much I build my son a 4770k Haswell Sabertooth and I'm looking into the 2011 Rampage IV Extreme Black Edition with and Ivy-E in it.
Cons: Support for this and all MB's is rather short for products that last beyond 5 years. Needs to have support for upto 10 years as it seems my computers can last that long. Abit IC7max3 still going strong 12 years later, won't die!
Summary: I didn't buy it on Newegg, but I would recommend to anyone with a Socket 775 processor. I was able to take my processor a Q9550 to 4.00GHz with a TRUE 120 EXTREME. It truly is a great board. I have tested higher but the temps where to high. The memory I'm using is of Corsair Dominator GT stock.
Pros: Top of the line Overclocker Full Speed PCI EXPRESS SLOTS for CROSSFIRE OR CROSSFIRE X Supports DDR3
Pros: This is not your fathers motherboard unless your father is really into powerful gaming systems. The Rampage extreme has taken overclocking to the next level. There are both hardware and software ways to crank up the voltage. The install was almost flawless. The driver disk has an out of date powe...
Summary: This is not your fathers motherboard unless your father is really into powerful gaming systems. The Rampage extreme has taken overclocking to the next level. There are both hardware and software ways to crank up the voltage. The install was almost flawless.
Summary: I had trouble setting up my sound card (SB XiFi XtremeGamer) because apparently I still needed to install the included Sound card that came with the motherboard. I couldn't use the microphone through the new card, just through the motherboard card.