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Clean and simple color-themed layout.
Fully functional AMI UEFI BIOS.
Support for 3 TB drives.
Full functionality of an ATX board.
2-way SLI compatible.
SupremeFX III Audio.
Don't need CPU for BIOS flash.
Many USB 3.0 ports.
Highly efficient DIGIpower system.
Packed with added features and options not seen on some other products in the same price range.
Low SATA performance numbers.
Addon mPCIE card retention mechanism questionable.
Relatively high price.
Limited temperature monitoring.
Software installation immediately offers install of Google Chrome.
Secret header for LN2 mode.
By Expert Reviews on February 21, 2013
A perfect balance between price, ease-of-use and power...
By APC Magazine on June 28, 2012
The top of the top is a perfect way to describe the ASUS Maximus V Gene. The monstrous Maximus V Extreme has just been unveiled, but for the time being ASUS has launched the Micro ATX Gene as the premier Republic of Gamers board.The latest Gene is...
By Overclockers Club on June 28, 2012
The one thing in common with all the Z77 boards I have tested is that they all fall into a specific performance envelope based on the installed hardware. Any which way you cut it, your hardware is going to only give you what it can. Better power...
By techPowerUp! on June 15, 2012
There's not much left for me to say about the ASUS Maximus V Gene. Its overclock performance is second to none, has one of the best software packages, it is ready for gamers and extreme clockers alike, uses relatively tight voltage regulation,...
By Bjorn3D on May 25, 2012
Another Z77 Board on the books, and this one thoroughly impressed. Honestly we really wish there was a full ATX variant like the Formula that we saw recently, or hopefully an Extreme to come soon. We also wish that ASUS had gone the standard route...
By TweakTown on May 17, 2012
Coming in at $199 the ASUS Maximus V GENE comes in and hits at a really nice price point. While ROG boards tend to be a little bit more expensive than other models, the mATX form factor on offer from ASUS means that the pricing comes in slightly more...
By Hardware Canucks on May 06, 2012
The highly anticipated release of Ivy Bridge processors and motherboards has marked a new lineup of hardware which has so far proven to be a worthy successor to the Sandy Bridge generation. With the ROG team's first Z77 release in the Maximus V...
By Bit-tech.net on May 03, 2012
If we’re honest here, we’re a little disappointed - the Maximus V Gene doesn’t distinguish itself from the competition in terms of raw performance in the way its predecessors have. This is a shame, but it’s indicative of a mature...
By Guru of 3D on April 26, 2012
Today we test the ASUS Maximus V Gene, a smaller motherboard (mATX) yet a product that just oozes with dandy features and overclock potential. Get this, we took a Core i7 3770K processor towards 5.0 GHz. Next to the tweaking possibilities this is a...
By Vortez on April 23, 2012
Although Intels Z77 motherboards have been on the market for many weeks now, without the launch and availability of their 3rd Generation of CPUs codenamed Ivy Bridge the true potential of these motherboards has been somewhat a mystery. We have...
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