ASUS Maximus V Formula/ThunderFX


Another week goes by and another board has crossed my test bench! You know, I've covered many Intel Z77 Express products in the past few months, but a couple of them just stick in my head. The one that really sticks is, of course, the Maximus V Gene.

Asus Maximus V Formula

I've always been one to post many pictures of my rigs on the forums. In recent years, I've had the Maximus III Gene, which I bought myself to start off my motherboard reviews, then the Maximus IV Gene which ASUS sent, and, lastly, the Maximus V Gene, another board ASUS sent me. I used all three in my gaming rigs, pictures of which you can find posted on the forum. Having had the two previous iterations of the Maximus mATX product line was a great experience, not only because I happened to have some of the best mATX overclocking board products. I got to, at the same time, see how the technology progressed with Asus's own vision of the ROG

Asus Maximus V Formula

As I normally do, I sent an email or two back to ASUS discussing how I felt about the products I review, and what I'd like to see changed. During this discussion, I was notified that a new board was coming my way, and, since I had become a multi-GPU gamer, a larger board was due. I haven't had the chance to play with the larger ATX or EATX brethren of my mATX Maximus products, but that has changed. Today we look at none other than the ASUS Maximus V Formula/ThunderFX, a product that takes what the Maximus V Gene offered, shaping it into a larger, more functional package, while adding a few things of its own; things I never expected!

Asus Maximus V Formula


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