Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 27 May 2019.
wow , awesome!
That video has gone AWOL.
EDIT: There it is!
I reckon that ROG Crosshair VIII Impact is gonna annoy a lot of ppl.
It's DTX... so it won't fit in the more compact ITX cases... but it doesn't come with the extra PCI-E [or RAM] slots you'd get with mATX meaning you're SOL if you want to fit an [internal] capture card or the like...
It’s built for OC. You’ll still get your regular ITX board.
Aye, but what's the point of going with a not-quite-ITX form factor? It's not going to fit in most ITX cases, so anyone with an mATX case or bigger who wants to clock their nuts off should just get an mATX board, aye?
Because it’s built for for overclockers, as in your liquid nitrogen kind of guys. That’s the point.
Is that still a 'thing'...?
Still a lot of ITX cases have 2 slots so this isn't too mad. I guess it'll be mind bendingly expensive.
Will fit an NCase M1 nicely...
It should even fir an SG05 / SG13 etc.
Nice to see they haven't gone fully sensible with their range, maybe Asrock are pushing them!
LN2 overclocking is probably as popular as ever, maybe more so. It’s a hobby, so very much a thing.
Plus, all companies want the fastest and the best. There’s a reason people like Vince AKA k|ngp|n (EVGA), Nick Shih (ASRock), HiCookie (Gigabyte), The Stilt (ASUS) and many more are hired in at these vendors. It’s works for marketing tactic as well as bragging rights.
Just been a while since there was any word of it, in either of the magazines I read...
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