Okay, so calling the ASUS ROG Maximus XIII Apex an overclocker’s delight is said without pretense -- this thing is packed with OC goodness. There’s an LN2 mode for liquid nitrogen cooling, a boost button that instantly sets all fans to maximum speed, and even a pause button to stop your system mid-benchmark.
If you’re the sort that might purchase a Ferrari and use it to drive 50km-100km/hour around an Australian metropolitan city -- well, odds are you’re barely scratching the surface of what it can do. The same sentiment applies to the ASUS ROG Maximus XIII Apex, a board clearly designed and built around the concept of overclocking all of the key ingredients that make up a modern PC rig -- these being your CPU, your GPU, and your memory.
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