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    Still no memory QVL on the download page. What’s the ETA on the QVL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandan112988 View Post
    @ raja I currently have an asus rampage vi extreme with 2 1080 Tis. With this motherboard, the x16 GPUs are in slot 1 and slot 3. is it the same spacing for the omega? Wondering if my SLI bridge and EK terminal for my water blocks are the correct length on this new omega as it is on my rampage vi extreme.
    The Omega spacing is three-slot. A HB bridge is included.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    Still no memory QVL on the download page. What’s the ETA on the QVL?

    Probably next week.

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    I hope ya'll can help me out. I saved up some Money to get myself the Asus ROG Rampage VI Extreme and just saw recently that the new Rampage VI Extreme Omega is coming out. So I am wondering if there is any noticable difference in Performance between both of the Mainboards. Hoping to find an answer here
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    Quote Originally Posted by akk21 View Post
    I hope ya'll can help me out. I saved up some Money to get myself the Asus ROG Rampage VI Extreme and just saw recently that the new Rampage VI Extreme Obsidian is coming out. So I am wondering if there is any noticable difference in Performance between both of the Mainboards. Hoping to find an answer here

    Aside from the physical differences, by default, the Omega is better equipped for dealing with 18-core CPUs running heavy loads. Memory frequencies seem to be up a notch, too. Just depends how much you value these things over everything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akk21 View Post
    I hope ya'll can help me out. I saved up some Money to get myself the Asus ROG Rampage VI Extreme and just saw recently that the new Rampage VI Extreme Obsidian is coming out. So I am wondering if there is any noticable difference in Performance between both of the Mainboards. Hoping to find an answer here

    Obsidian you mean omega lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Probably next week.
    Thanks Raja. *

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Aside from the physical differences, by default, the Omega is better equipped for dealing with 18-core CPUs running heavy loads. Memory frequencies seem to be up a notch, too. Just depends how much you value these things over everything else.
    Thanks for the Reply, I might have to send my Monoblock from EK back then xD. Wanted to combine it with my 7980xe but sadly the monoblock for the ROG Rampage VI Extreme does not fit on the Omega one

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    I wonder if they can even make a monoblock for the cpu/VRMs with this board. The VRM is huge and very spread out, I've never seen a monoblock like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    The Omega spacing is three-slot. A HB bridge is included.

    What was the old asus rampage vi extreme motherboard spacing for x16? 4 slot right? that means i'd need a new terminal?

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