Red and Black Color Scheme.
PCI Express Disable Switches.
Excellent BIOS Support.
4-Way Multi GPU Support.
3-Way SLI Support.
Lots of Aftermarket Parts.
Every Feature and latest specs imaginable.
LED Voltage and Temperature indicators.
Motherboard heatsink could have been designed better.
Lots of stuff around the CPU socket.
Bluetooth connect not available on PC.
ROG Connect won't adjust multipliers.
Not packaged in antistatic packaging.
Only one USB header.
Terrible optional north bridge cooler.
By Ninjalane on March 03, 2011
We know several overclockers that swear by Asus products and turn their noses up at even considering a different motherboard brand. After having used the Rampage III Extreme for what it was intended we can see where this comes from. On the surface...100
By Tech2 on November 24, 2010
Overlocking & PerformanceTo measure the overclocking potential of the Ramapge Extreme III, we set up a test rig.The components are as follows:Asus Extreme III RamapgeIntel i7 940 (LGA1366)6 GB Corsair Dominator GT DDR3NVIDIA GTX 470Cooler Master...90
By Bjorn3D on November 19, 2010
The Rampage III Extreme was worthy enough to make it into our main system for everyday use. We've seen several new innovations on this motherboard that we have not seen in the past, like BIOS flashing through a USB flash drive without any hardware...95
By TechReaction.net on October 08, 2010
By Maximum PC on September 09, 2010
This board gives you a reason to use Bluetooth At first glance, you might think the Asus Rampage III Extreme board has just four PCI-E slots, which would be simply wimpy next to the whopping six slots in MSI’s Big Bang-XPower. But don’t be...90
By Legit Reviews on September 08, 2010
Some say it eats CPUs for breakfast. Others say it's secretly a masochist. All we know is the ASUS Rampage III Extreme motherboard is one tough customer and well worth your hard earned dollars....-
By Neoseeker on September 07, 2010
We come back to our original question of which motherboard is the right one to buy? As you saw from our results, the boards under the spotlight today all performed more or less the same at stock settings. This means when purchasing a motherboard, you...-
By HotHardware on August 24, 2010
A general consensus among hardware sites finds that the new wave of enthusiast level X58 motherboards offer very little (if any) performance benefit over the products they're supplanting. That's exactly what we saw when we compared the Rampage...-
By Overclockers Club on August 03, 2010
So at this point I've looked at the packaging, checked out the accessories, ogled the unique features, and pushed this board to the limit. Now I am expected to sum up my thoughts in a few, somewhat coherent paragraphs. Easier said than done because...-
By HardwareHeaven on July 29, 2010
ASUS have clearly focused on ensuring that their board offers a great balance of performance and functionality. For everyday users we get top notch scores across all of the...100