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    The New SupremeFX: Computex 2013 Teaser

    What do you think is in the new Maximus VI Formula’s SupremeFX? Drop us your ideas below!



    More teasers are coming in the next two days! OMGWTFROGSAUCE!
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    LOL makes me wish I was there. Have fun at Computex.
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    Well, you just failed MarshallR!!! you revealed there is going to be a MVIF so this begs the question on whether or not, that cooling that is on the MVF will stay with the 6 or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myk SilentShadow View Post
    Well, you just failed MarshallR!!! you revealed there is going to be a MVIF so this begs the question on whether or not, that cooling that is on the MVF will stay with the 6 or not.
    And if there is still a water cooling perhaps it will be an improved one to integrate standard fittings mounts on it ? Wait and see but an asus ROG MB launch is always exciting
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    Nice audio setup but another Z87 board has it beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myk SilentShadow View Post
    Well, you just failed MarshallR!!! you revealed there is going to be a MVIF
    Thank god. Hero just didn't sound right.

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    Here is an idea.Asus makes motherboards--Asus makes sound cards--Asus makes ROG motherboards--Asus makes ROG sound cards....
    Why not implement YOU OWN sound chip into YOUR OWN motherboards.Maybe there is contracts or something else involved but I gotta ask why pay realtek or creative for thier audio solutions when you can use your own.I would certainly pay extra for a ROG board with AN ROG built in audio soultion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gipi49 View Post
    And if there is still a water cooling perhaps it will be an improved one to integrate standard fittings mounts on it ? Wait and see but an asus ROG MB launch is always exciting
    Yes, I too am looking forward to seeing what Comptex brings us next week.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Thank god. Hero just didn't sound right.
    I totally agree with you mate!

    Quote Originally Posted by fbm211 View Post
    Here is an idea.Asus makes motherboards--Asus makes sound cards--Asus makes ROG motherboards--Asus makes ROG sound cards....
    Why not implement YOU OWN sound chip into YOUR OWN motherboards.Maybe there is contracts or something else involved but I gotta ask why pay realtek or creative for thier audio solutions when you can use your own.I would certainly pay extra for a ROG board with AN ROG built in audio soultion.
    I think it would be awesome if ROG made their own sound chips too, but unfortunately I don't think ASUS would go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbm211 View Post
    Why not implement YOU OWN sound chip into YOUR OWN motherboards. Maybe there is contracts or something else involved
    The reason Asus has given is drivers. Windows has them out of the box for the realtec parts. Also, perhaps some people run Linux on these things. Asus would have to provide drivers for every situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcunite View Post
    The reason Asus has given is drivers. Windows has them out of the box for the realtec parts. Also, perhaps some people run Linux on these things. Asus would have to provide drivers for every situation.
    There is that and also, from what I read posted around here on the Forums somewhere, is the Software Development team is pretty small...if you think the frustration is bad now at how slow drivers come out (Phoebus for example) it'd probably be a hundred fold if they had their own sound chips too.

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