- Intel® Core™ i7 processors on LGA 2011-v3 socket
- Quad-channel DDR4 3333 (OC) support
- Best gaming lighting: Aura RGB illumination and Aura 4-pin RGB-strip header
- Best gaming extra – SupremeFX Hi-Fi
- Best gaming performance – 5-Way Optimization with Auto-Tuning, second-generation T-Topology and Extreme Engine Digi+
- Best gaming audio – Reinvented SupremeFX with intuitive Sonic Studio II
- Best gaming networking – Best-in-class Intel® Gigabit Ethernet ,LANGuard and GameFirst technology
- Best gaming connectivity — 3x3 802.11ac Wi-Fi , NVMe U.2, M.2, SATA Express and USB 3.1 Type-A and Type-C for extreme-speed transfers and total compatibility
- Best gaming protection – SafeSlot, pre-mounted I/O shield, and carefully-selected premium components for maximum durability.
- ROG gives you more – More gaming-focused utilities, all free!
If the new Rampage V Edition 10 is any indication, the future is very bright indeed. Introduced today at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan, this celebration of a decade of ROG motherboards embodies our enthusiast spirit and gaming pedigree with extensive customization options and premium features. It’s designed for true aficionados and represents the pinnacle of what an X99 motherboard can be.
Each lighting zone can be configured independently or synchronized harmoniously. Future software updates will also extend synchronization to other Aura-compatible components, like our new Strix GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, for truly cohesive system lighting.
The I/O cluster is loaded with all kinds of connectivity, including four 10Gbps USB 3.1 ports, two of which follow the reversible Type-C format. You also get dual Intel Gigabit Ethernet jacks, plus dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi with a 3×3 antenna and built-in Bluetooth. While the sheer selection and volume of ports is impressive, the most unique element is the surrounding shield, which is part of the motherboard instead a separate piece. This integration looks fantastic, and it simplifies setup—you’ll never forget to install the shield before putting the motherboard in a case!