The announcement of the Republic of Gamers (ROG) Rampage IV Black Edition has finally been made by ASUS. This newest announcement is related to the introduction of the new E-ATX gaming and over clocking motherboard which has specifically been designed to work with and bring out the full potential of the Intel LGA 2011 Core i7 Ivy Bridge-E processors. After this announcement, the Rampage IV Black Edition is now available for pre order through some sites and it is important to get the hands on this one since it has been equipped with all the ROG technologies and innovative expertise.
The Republic of Gamers (ROG) Rampage IV Black Edition features the Intel X79 Express chipset and provides the perfect platform for competitive gaming and even overclocking. There are four PCI-E 3.0 x16 slots, two PCI-E 2.0 x 1 slots and eight DIMM slots extend full support towards this. Users will not be restricted to this alone; the IV Black Edition allows them to take benefit of multiple expansion opportunities. The 4-way NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFireX will also be supported under this consideration.
ASUS knows exactly how to lure in customers and this time the clever strategy includes a free copy of the Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and this will provide the gamers with an opportunity to make use of the ROG hardware along with software apps right out of the box. And for those who want the ultimate feature set, the Black Edition comes equipped with an OC Panel which is everything the gamers would want; it is the perfect console for gamers and overclock enthusiasts with real-time system-monitoring and tuning. It can help with the detection and measurements of daily temperature levels, fan speeds and the base clock rates. Moreover, the Engine DIGI+ III voltage-regulator module (VRM) helps with stable power supply and this is aided by the NexFET MOSFETs, 60A (amp) chokes and high-endurance Japanese-made 10K black metallic capacitors. ROG’s GameFirst II utility has been teamed up with Ultra-fast Intel Gigabit Ethernet and this helps with the optimization of network traffic.
Source: ASUS | News Archive