Excellent Quality Design.
SATA6 and USB 3.0
Ai Suite Quirky.
Provided Incorrect Voltage Readings.
No eSATA ports on I/O panel.
By Hi Tech Legion on August 24, 2011
There are plenty of people out there who are going to turn up their noses at an mATX board, or who simply aren’t going to see any need for one that is aimed squarely at the enthusiast, with features and pricing to match. Well, the ASUS Rampage III...-
By TechRadar on February 02, 2011
Maximum power in a minimalist package. That's what the new Asus Rampage III Gene is all about. But is it even a sensible idea to force-feed enthusiast-class performance and features into a small-form factor motherboard? Quite possibly, yes....90
By Atomic MPC on November 30, 2010
Another great mATX X58...90
By Pureoverclock on November 22, 2010
The fact that the Rampage III Gene looks and feels very familiar isn't a coincidence. ASUS has taken the Rampage III Formula and chopped off a PCI-E slot to given us a micro-ATX board that retains almost all of the features in a smaller form factor....-
By Bjorn3D on November 17, 2010
The original Rampage II Gene was a good micro-ATX board for those looking to build a compact system. Rather than make significant changes to the already successful product, ASUS has simply updated technology with the inclusion of the SATA 6 GB/s and...90
By HardOCP on November 03, 2010
If you are in the market for a full featured enthusiast class microATX motherboard you owe it to yourself to put the ASUS Rampage III Gene on your short list. It will be hard for another other uATX motherboard to come along that is actually better...-
By Legion Hardware on November 01, 2010
The Asus Rampage III GENE is a very solid motherboard providing strong performance, impressive overclocking abilities and up to date features. Without a doubt this is the most powerful MicroATX motherboard available and at $240 US it is also the most...-
By Guru of 3D on October 19, 2010
Final Words & Conclusion What an interesting little motherboard. It offers the brute power of the LGA 1366 Intel Core i7 platform, you can combine it with triple channel memory (dual works fine as well of course) and you get to play with the coolness...-
By ITShootOut on September 08, 2010
The Gene series has always occupied a bit of a niche market as power and portability rarely go hand in hand when it comes to PC hardware. Nevertheless with the Rampage III Gene Asus has refined an already-impressive product and injected the features...90
By Expreview on September 05, 2010
« » September 5th, 2010 by Sue , Benchmark Platform & SettingsWe used Inno3D GeForce GTX 460 768MB graphics card, Core i7-920 CPU (OC’ed 4.0GHz), and set the memory clock at 1600MHz. The benchmark was conducted under Windows 7...-