Asus Maximus 3 Extreme
Superb overclocking features.
Cool board layout.
No Sound Card.
By APC Magazine on February 28, 2011
Unfortunately for ASUS and all the other motherboard vendors, GIGABYTE was very aggressive at the release of P55 and subsequently made a big impact. Fortunately though, ASUS has fought back like they always do, culminating in a quality Republic of...90
By Atomic MPC on July 15, 2010
An expensive board, but quite possibly worth...86
By AnandTech on June 01, 2010
Uncharacteristically late for ASUS, the P55 based Maximus III Extreme was rolled out to retail a couple of weeks ago.ASUS’s “M3E” follows in the footsteps of boards from EVGA and MSI, by teaming up nVidia’s NF200 chipset to...-
By Ocaholic on May 13, 2010
Allgemein +-The ASUS Maximus III Extreme is latest motherboard from the P55-ROG series. It was able to leave a lasting impression and it convinces especially with its design and overclocking capabilities. Very useful is also the delivered bluetooth...-
By PCMag Mideast on May 09, 2010
Launched as part of the Republic of Gamers (ROG) series of motherboards, the Asus Maximus III Extreme is the motherboard that every obsessive – compulsive gamer should have. The Intel P55-based Maximus III Extreme supports 6-Gpbs SATA and USB 3.0...90
By TechRadar on April 16, 2010
Within the relatively small self-building segment, the market for high-end boards with full-on feature sets and pricing to match is itself a minority sport. What to make, therefore, of the imposing Asus Republic of Gamers Maximus III Extreme? Pricing...70
By Hardware Canucks on April 12, 2010
This conclusion should come to no surprise to anyone who is familiar with ASUS' Republic of Gamers product line, since they keep on getting better and better. The Maximus III Extreme is no exception since it is easily the most well designed...-
By Legit Reviews on April 05, 2010
Great performance, looks, and charm: what more could you ask for? Asus comes out swinging with their overbuilt Maximus III Extreme....-
By InsideHW on March 31, 2010
ASUS continues the tradition in its ROG (Republic of Gamers) series of motherboards, so, besides the new incarnation of the Rampage model, we’ve now received the new Maximus as well. As ever, Rampage is reserved for the X chipset series, whereas...-
By PCQuest on March 31, 2010
With focus on GPUs, it is a futuristic motherboard with all necessary features but a high price tagPage(s) 1 I am interested in more information about this productI am interested in buying this...-