ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has announced Rampage V Edition 10, a version of our flagship motherboard specially made to celebrate ROG’s 10th anniversary — and engineered to let gamers and overclockers break every limit.
Rampage V Edition 10 has already broken three world records and achieved 14 global first places in 2D and 3D benchmarks.
Based on the Intel X99 chipset for the new Intel Core i7 processors for socket LGA 2011-v3, Rampage V Edition 10 features the Aura RGB illumination system — with five independently-controlled onboard LED areas – plus one 4-pin RGB header for add-on RGB strips.
Rampage V Edition 10 is equipped with technologies to aid extreme overclockers and hardcore gamers. These include Extreme Engine Digi+ voltage-regulator module (VRM) for the cleanest, smoothest power, second-generation ASUS T-Topology technology for maxed-out DDR4 performance, and 5-Way Optimization for easy and stable overclocking with one click, and Fan Xpert 4 for the ultimate cooling.
The board features multiple technologies to deliver the best gaming experiences. The external SupremeFX Hi-Fi audio amplifier ensures flawless audio, dual Intel Gigabit Ethernet and GameFirst combine forces for no-lag networking, and all-new ASUS SafeSlot is the reinvented, reinforced PCI Express slot with insert-molding tech that adds strength to every build — protecting gamers’ graphics-card investments. The new board introduces a patent-pending pre-mounted I/O shield for style, easier construction and enhanced durability.
Rampage V Edition 10 also accelerates every transfer with extensive connectivity onboard, including U.2, M.2, USB 3.1, and 3×3 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
ROG Rampage V Edition 10 has set three world records (WR) and achieved 14 global first places (GFP) in a series of exacting 2D and 3D benchmarks. ROG’s new performance monster achieved the highest CPU frequency for an Intel Core i7-6950X processor, with a frequency of 5726.84MHz.