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ASUS ROG Maximus XIII Apex Motherboard Review - An Overclocker'...
KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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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.

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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.

In the case of the latter, the ol’ RAM, the Maximus III Apex features two DDR4 slots for two high-speed, high-capacity modules, as opposed to the standard four we see elsewhere.

Here the other two slots are taken up by a ROG DIMM.2 module that allows for two M.2 drives to be connected via a DDR4 interface. It’s definitely an initially strange and interesting approach, but the decision is clearly aimed at those looking to add heatsinks to keep their drive temperatures as cool as can be. All in all the ASUS ROG Maximus XIII Apex is equipped with four M.2 slots, with two of them offering PCIe 4.0 support -- something that has finally arrived in full as a part of the new 11th Gen Intel Z590 Chipset.

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