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Anandtech’s Maximus VI Impact review dives into the details of the mini-ITX ROG motherboard, eventually awarding it with its Editors’ Choice Silver award. Anandtech describes the ASUS ROG Maximus VI Impact as “nearer the pinnacle of mini-ITX design than any design previous”.
The guys at Cooler Master have just launched their Elite 130 mini-ITX case, and to demonstrate its huge potential in tiny form factors they’ve used an ROG’s Maximus VI Impact to build a mini-ITX gaming PC. For those wanting to see a full unboxing of the Elite 130, click inside.
It’s the official launch of the Maximus VI Impact mini-ITX gaming motherboard! If you’re planning a built or have already got one, please show us your efforts in the forums.
So you’ve decided you’re going small for the next upgrade. Very small. That means it’s time for a mini-ITX motherboard. Great! But which board? ASUS now has several with different features and at various price points and here’s the breakdown to make that decision easier.
With five Maximus VI motherboards to choose from, you maybe wondering which board you should go for. Just automatically go for the Extreme because it’s always the biggest and baddest available? Where does the Formula fit? Will the Hero suit my needs? What about the smaller form factors? We’ll guide you through them below!
DanK puts the GTX 670 DirectCU Mini on the testing block to discover if this tiny graphics card really can drive massive performance. Everything from the PCB upgrade to the DirectPower + Super Alloy Power hardware, revised DirectCU cooler design and CoolTech fan are ASUS exclusive technologies. It’s a lot of kit crammed into 17cm.