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ASUS Rampage II Gene mATX motherboard to arrive within weeks

Posted on Tuesday, February 10 2009 @ 20:28:06 CET by


Bit Tech informs us ASUS will release a micro ATX Republic of Gamers (RoG) series motherboard named Rampage II Gene in a few weeks time. This is the first in a series of micro ATX "Gene" motherboards, but unfortunately, smaller won't mean cheaper. The site estimates the board will certainly cost over $200.
First to emerge is the Rampage II Gene (pictured below) which will be predominantly designed for LAN gamers and extreme overclockers living in particularly small apartments. This Core i7 motherboard will directly target the new breed of mini-boards that have generated considerable interest from the likes of other manufacturers, such as DFI's JR series.

It will feature both SLI and CrossFire support, as well as two PCI-Express 2.0 x16 slots, one x4 slot and one PCI 2.2 slot. It will still feature six DIMMs, software driven X-Fi sound from ADI and also includes current RoG features like TweakIT; this will now be configurable from the keyboard instead of just from directly on the motherboard - making it far easier to access OC settings on the fly. The general RoG features in the current Rampage II Extreme are closely mirrored on the Gene series, although we have had hints that there are some changes in design.



 



 

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