The latest ROG Crosshair VI Extreme motherboard from ASUS, built on the AMD X370 chipset, is meant for Ryzen CPUs.
The Extreme product allows Wi-Fi (2×2 802.11ac) connection without any need for an adapter and antennas. It also has a massive chipset heatsink, an extra USB 3 pin connector, many options for fans, liquid cooling systems pumps and LED strips linking, as well as a 4-pin Molex jack at the lower PCB edge.
Among others, ROG Crosshair VI Extreme features include the 10 Gbps USB 3.1, 32 Gbps M.2, four slots for the DIMM DDR4 RAM, three PCI Express x16 (the lower one operates in the x4 mode) connectors, the same quantity of PCI-E x1 and eight SATA 6 Gbps ports. The SupremeFX S1220 codec and ESS Sabre DA converter ensure perfect audio. The Gigabit Ethernet interface is based on the Intel controller.
The processor AMD AM4 socket is powered through 12 Digi+ VRM phases. On this card one can also find two CPU (4- and 8-pin) power jacks, a POST codes indicator, Power …