Asus Rampage III Black Edition Schematic Circuit Diagram || Asus Rampage III Black Edition Review

Asus Rampage III Black Edition Schematic Circuit Diagram || ASUS Rampage III Black Edition Review

Asus Rampage III Black Edition Motherboard

Asus Rampage III Black Edition Review

The Asus Rampage 3 Black Edition motherboard, belongs to the perfect Gamers motherboard brand. This motherboard supports the Intel Core i7 Extreme processor, Nvidia SLI, and ATI Crossfire technology. It is a motherboard with an Expansion Slot (Ex58), which is an LGA 1366 CPU socket. They probably meant the AMD Crossfire processor. There is a ROG Thunderbolt that seems awful enough that it resembles a sound card. We'll now go a little more into the object that appears to be powered externally. Therefore, that will have a headphone AMP on it. Version 3.0 of Bluetooth is available. We have strong engine DIGI+, their VRM solution, and ROG Connect, their overclocking function that enables you to plug in another computer and change overclocking settings.

There is the Thunderbolt, which is powered by Oxnard. We have an in-built headphone with a headphone AMP guarantee that will enhance sound. That's a deadly E 2100, and we have a specialized PU. Commitment is not a flawed 2100. Thus, the PCIe 1x, Killer Dick, Extreme Engine DIGI+, and Digital Design Elements coupled for Power ROG Connect is available. The first and WiFi enjoyment new technology lifestyle excellent free antivirus is very cool since we've previously discussed Bluetooth 3.0. We offer a few SLI premium WiFi antennae. I believe they first began including these WiFi antennae on their motherboards about that time and then stopped for a bit. We have a USB 2.0 port and an eSATA PCI mount. The chipset fan probably makes a terrible noise, so we don't advocate utilizing it.

Asus Rampage III Black Edition Motherboard Image
Front panel audio and USB have extension cables. Similar to the six SATA 2 cables, we also have several SATA 3 cables. Okay, the ROG is here to connect the USB cables for all of them. There is a crossfire bridge, a three-way SLI bridge, and a two-way SLI bridge. One USB 2.0 header and a nice connection for the front panel connectors make connecting a little bit simpler. We have some zip ties here. We have a user manual, some temperature probes, and an I/O shield. We have a support DVD from Intel, a throw-away DVD sticker from the republic of gamers, and an Intel chipset.

A PCIe 1x combo card is available. It consists of the land port and zone, the extremely high-end LAN's audio features, and the built-in sound system for this board. You can see rampage 3 Black Edition and your serial number information directly on the back of the Thunderbolt powered by zone PCB, which is matte black. The amplified audio out port will be powered by a Molex power connector on the back of the card, which is also where the USB connection and the little USB extension cable were located.

Let's look at the motherboard itself, and the first thing I notice about it is three guesses. First, matte black PCBs love it; anything with a matte black PCB could be in my system with no problem because matte plaque PCBs look awesome. The next thing I noticed about this board is its non-standard layout. It is slightly wider than an ATX spec. This one is a little wide, so you don't need additional mounting holes. You don't need an e ATX case, but you will need a bit more width on the edge of your motherboard or tray to install this board.

Let's start at the CPU socket right in the middle because that's a good place to start as I mentioned before that is an LGA 1366 socket that has full support for all the core i7 extremes core i7s on the LGA 1366 platform here. We've got the PWM which includes a very, very slick-looking cooler. There's some NEC splash token. However, you pronounce that chip here, and eight phases of their DIGI+ PWM are eight-plus three-phase power. So that means we've got eight higher-quality phases instead of putting a ton of lower-quality phases on this particular motherboard. We've got a post LED indicator that'll give you error codes. There we have start and reset switches on board and voltage checkpoints on the motherboard.

That's more voltage checkpoints than I've seen. I think any other motherboard here is the PCIe 16x switches. You can use these to diagnose video cards. This feature is awesome easily. You're trying to figure out when you install a couple of video cards there, and you know they have full cover liquid cooling blocks on them. I would have pretty much done anything for this feature.

We've got a pretty sweet-looking Southbridge heatsink with an Asus branding. It's got a matte black finish. The entire board is almost as black other than a couple of little red accents, which look really good dual BIOS. We've got two dedicated BIOS chips, a couple of front USB ports and front panel switches, and a BIOS clear switch. There are four-pin PWM fan connectors, I'll count them in a minute, but there seems to be a ton on this board. We've got a Molex easy plug. If you're loading this with graphics cards, you might need to provide some exhilaration with our to prevent your 24-pin connector from burning out from providing all that juice through the board. We've got a front audio connector on the motherboard, using X by two maximum effects. If you don't want to use the Thunderbolt card, you still have decent onboard audio, which is cool.

You also have pretty decent onboard Ethernet, so they're using the Intel Ethernet instead of a third-party chip for the onboard Ethernet. If you don't want to use the killer 2100 that comes on the Thunderbolt card, let's look at what we've got. The 4-pin PWM fan connectors more. Another thing that I haven't described yet is it has two PCIe 8-pin connectors. I mentioned a red accent there, so you can bolt that fan on there to get a little bit of additional cooling if you are using water cooling or some other kind of cooling that doesn't provide any incidental airflow to the Northbridge hitting.

Asus Rampage III Black Edition Motherboard Back IO

All right, so let's look at the back I/O where we will find our Bluetooth 3.0 and wireless LAN 802 one. There's another reset switch-up that's a very peculiar place for it, and an additional one here is kidding me. Oh yeah, okay, there's a clear CMOS switch there. Okay, we've got one of those PS2 mouse keyboard combo ports. We have six USB 2.0 ports here on the back I/O. We have two USB 3.0 ports and two eSATA ports, and we have our ROG connect button and the USB port for the Intel I mentioned before and the creative X-FI to supreme FX sound, I said. So, this is a checked-out motherboard. There is no doubt about it. We've also got some additional heatsink on the back for the PWM and the standard LGA 1366 backplate. All the heatsinks on the front are attached via screws which is nice because they can't come out like push pins also means if you need to take them off and put them back on, you don't risk damaging the push pins. Making it impossible. Thank you for checking out my review of the Rampage 3 Black Edition from Asus.

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