Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard Schematic Circuit Diagram || Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard Review

Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard Schematic Circuit Diagram || Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard Review

Asus Rampage IV Balck Edition Motherboard

Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard Review

Welcome my honorable visitors to my overview of the Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard. The Asus Rampage IV Black Edition is the same as Asus Rampage IV Extreme but has been updated significantly. The DIGI+ VRM design has changed from its second-gen to third-gen iteration, and memory speed has increased from a maximum of 2.4 gigahertz to a maximum of 2.8 gigahertz. The Bluetooth has been updated to version 4.0, and the game has been added to the onboard networking, allowing your game packets. Wireless AC has been included, which was missing from the first rampage IV extreme.

The newer one has six SATA-3 ports compared to the older one's four. There are 8 USB-3 ports compared to the prior model's 6 USB-3 ports, and it has an OC panel rather of an OC key for overclocking. It contains a monitor for temperatures below zero. In addition to many other features, it has a stop switch, BG Hotwire for additional fan headers, and fans that may be attached to them directly on an exposed PCB. As a result of the motherboards' similar performance, I'll now discuss some of the characteristics that make rog or republic of gamers stand out. The rog team has pre-set profiles for many things. similar to CPU and memory, which might provide you excellent beginning points. Excellent automated management rules are operating in the background as you make your own adjustments. Whatever you do, you're quickly overclocking components like the CPU frequency and V core to keep the system stable by making little tweaks.

Speaking of the little settings, let's say you have no idea how they all operate. You may choose from a huge variety of alternatives for tweaking in a tweaker's heaven. Additionally, there is their CPR boot recovery. You can carry on with your enjoyable overclocking endeavors because it enables it to reboot and recover without needing to clear anything else. The 4-way optimization seen in many previous ROG products helps to manage fan speed, CPU speed, and power consumption. It also incorporates its unique away mode, which drastically reduces power usage. The OC panel is the first attachment we discover in the Box when you aren't directly in front of the system. It may be mounted in a five and a-quarter inch and is in normal mode. Your system's bay provides post-debug readout hardware monitor information. You can alter things like temperatures and fan speeds as well as fan profiles on the fly. Alternatively, you can do crazy things like run leads to simultaneously control up to four graphics cards if you want to take things to the extreme.

Asus Rampage IV Balck Edition Motherboard Image

The motherboard includes several crazy features, such as overcurrent protection and power switching frequency. It allows you to directly regulate important voltages and frequencies. We've seen the OC panel, a very excellent hardware piece. It plugs into a proprietary port on supported boards called ROG_ext accessory-wise. The Asus includes 2-way, 3-way, and four-way SLI bridges and a ROG branded crossfire bridge. They include 10 SATA cables, half of which are right angle and half of which are straight. They have their Q connector for quickly plugging in your front panel connectors. A dual magnetic antenna plugs into the back of the motherboard IO for your Wireless implementation. They include the custom cable you need to plug in the OC panel and a ROG to connect the USB cable. So that you can plug a second computer, usually a laptop, into it to monitor things that way, suppose you prefer not to use the OC panel. In that case, they also include an IO shield, an excellent metal republic of gamers magnet that's freaking amazing, a manual driver disk that you can throw away, and of course, that copy of Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag. They also include a standard LGA 2011 backplate to go along with the custom, much more robust one that they have pre-installed on the Motherboard.

Now onto the motherboard, the CPU socket is an LGA 2011 socket with full support for the latest Extreme Edition processor. We've got an eight-pin and four-pin connector that feeds the eight plus three-phase CPU power design with 60 amp gold treated coating chokes. This is the best power delivery design that Asus has ever implemented on a consumer-grade motherboard. The memory has been beefed up with 2+2 phase power, something that. On the right-hand side of the motherboard, we have a postcode readout and onboard switches for a start and reset. We can individually turn our PCI Express 16x lanes on and off with a bunch of dip switches. We've also got the slo-mo dip switch, mainly for extreme overclocking of our 24-pin connector and its ideal location on the right-hand edge of our USB 3 connector and its perfect place. We've also got 10 SATA connectors, six of which are said 2,3 and 6 gigabits per second 2 provided by the Intel chipset, two by as media chipsets, and then there are 4 SATA 2 connectors. We've got dual physical BIOS switches and the rest of our front panel connectors. We have a BIOS switch for switching between those two bios and an easy plug at the bottom. So that's a 4-pin Molex that provides auxiliary power. If you're installing more than a couple of graphics cards, speaking of a couple of graphics pro cards, We've got full support for 4-way crossfire and four-way SLI bridge. Suppose you run in PCI Express slots 1 & 5. I want to backtrack a little bit and show you what they have done regarding voltage notifications and voltage check points. So their probe L voltage checkpoints have expanded from 7 voltages to 10, allowing you to monitor the voltages of add-in video cards and their vote minder to the LED system. Now indicates what voltages things are running at with different colors representing more and more dangerous voltages, but it can also show which voltage an overclock fails.

Now that is an excellent feature, and you'll find that right around on the motherboard. It's become a pattern for rampage class boards to have mediocre sound implementations compared to Maximus range boards in the past little while, but that is going out the window with the black editions. They have put one of their best audio implementations ever on this particular motherboard. It starts with the PC demote, a separated PCB portion for audio and PCB shielding, and a tin-plated metal cover. On the supreme FX chip itself, all of this is to reduce interference. It follows up with Elma premium audio capacitors and a new op-amp design to reduce interference and make the output cleaner. They've also implemented much better than usual front audio. So there's a separate front audio DAC which is a Cirrus Logic CS 43 and 98 instead of HD audio and added a Texas Instruments TP a 60 120 A2 headphone AMP for the front port. So even the front port can handle 600-ohm headphones. Not only that but going along with their supreme FX hardware is the software side of things. They've got their radar overlay to show you sound forces visually on the screen. In front of you, along with their sound enhancer with presets for gaming to key in on footsteps, bomb timer beeps, or other kinds of in-game noses, as well as profiles for the sound enhancer that you can switch between on-the-fly and expert. Do you know custom fan curves and profiles? That is preset or whatever you want to do now has complete control of both DC and PWM fans. It's costly, and it's for people who want nothing but the absolute best that's what it's for if you want to load up 64 gigs of RAM, you want to put an extreme edition and load in for graphics cards, and you want everything to run correctly.

All the components on this motherboard are designed for it to be loaded up. I mean, even simple things like the VRM solution for the CPU are designed to give off less interference when it's heavily loaded. It's less likely to cause a problem with some other system component that might also be working extremely hard. It's not made for you just casually to throw, you know, eight gigs of ran in it and like one graphics card and like you know the lowest end CPU that fits in it this is for the hardcore.

Asus Rampage IV Balck Edition Motherboard Back IO

Let's finish up with IO. So there's a PS2 keyboard mouse combo port. I still love seeing these four USB 2.0 ports, six USB 3.0 ports, and two eSATA ports with gigabit ethernet. Of course, that has gained the first two as well as the onboard AC Audio 7.1 as optical audio out, ROG Kinect, and the clear CMOS button built right into that shrouded gorgeous back. That's got a nice big heatsink attached to it and like a nice heat pipe. This motherboard looks good. If you were to buy a board based on having the best-looking system on the block, that would be hard to recommend anything other than the rampage for extreme black edition.

Thanks for checking this review. If you have any queries about the review of the Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard, please let me know what you think of this motherboard and premium motherboards. Also, if you need the Asus Rampage IV Black Edition Motherboard schematic circuit diagram or Boardview file, click the download link below. Remember, the schematics need to open small tools, which I provide in the below last link.

Asus Rampage IV Balck Edition Motherboard Schematic or Boardview

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