With LGA1150, though, Asus is experimenting with a new ATX ‘budget’ ROG board – the first to enter the scene for quite a while. The Maximus VI Hero retails for about £170, making it identically.
Maximus VI Hero (£183.05) and Maximus VI Gene (£172.72.
They say: The Biostar HiFi Z87X 3D socket LGA 1150 supports the Intel 4th, 3rd and 2nd generation Core i7 and Core i5 processors, with 4 DIMM.
Asus Maximus VI Hero (Z87) Motherboard Review – As part of Asus’ Republic Of Gamers series.
are the eight power phases that feed an LGA 1150 processor installed in the Maximus VI Hero. Memory modules are powered by a pair of phases.
According to the information, ASUS is preparing to release six new motherboards with LGA 1150 socket. The motherboard models are Maximus VII Hero.
VII Gene is an m-ATX form-factor motherboard.
The Maximus VI Extreme is an ATX form factor.
the mPCIe riser card. ASUS’ ROG Maximus VI Extreme is designed for use with Intel’s Fourth Generation Core series processors, including.
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With the addition of the Hero and Ranger.
In short, as a premium micro-ATX LGA1150 motherboard, the Maximus VII Gene has nearly everything you need.
We wish that ASUS chose to color the ASMedia ones separately.
Below that and slightly to the left, you can see we’ve got the main 24-pin ATX power connector, along with a USB 3.0 header.