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You could also use the 3gb SATA 2 ports on there as they seem to be fine but my understanding is to avoid the Marvell controllers JMicron JMB36X Controller For the ASUS Maximus IV Extreme P67 they are located here. 8 x SATA connectors: 6 x SATA 6Gb/s connectors (Red). & 2 x SATA 3Gb/s Thank you for buying an ROG Crosshair IV Extreme motherboard! The motherboard delivers a host of .. JMicron® JMB Serial ATA connector. ASUS Rampage III Extreme Motherboard Review. by Sahil To the left is a vertically mounted JMicron SATA II connector. Again, only one.

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There are three strategically located thermal sensor connectors.

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They can be used to monitor temperatures of various components on the board or in the chassis. The most striking aspect of rear panel connectivity is the absolute lack of USB 2.

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All the ports 8 here are USB 3. Asus needed the extra real estate offered by E-ATX specification. Thanks to all its overclocking abilities and gaming potential, built on top of the high quality construction, the M4E will take whatever you can dish out; then some. Asus Maximus IV Extreme JMicron SATA design of the M4E is an ideal layout with ASUS having strategically placed everything right where it is of most use, right down to the eight yes, 8 PWM fan headers.

With most of the connectors and plugs mounted on the outer perimeter, out-of-sight cable management should be relatively hassle free. Along with the fan headers are thermal probe headers which is great for further safeguarding of the system. The layout is one thing but the size of the motherboard is another.

So obviously the board only has support for the LGA processors, meaning previous generation socket processors are a no-go. With the unlocked multiplier Core i7 K being the current top end of such processors, it would be a match made in heaven for this board.

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The rest of the processors capable with the board would be the multiple other models from the,and series of Core i3, i5 and i7. This goes for both 3G and 6G controllers. The JMB has to go.

It sucks. The other is more of a BIOS issue.

But this is supposed to be a flagship, so we hold it to a higher standard. ASUS has definitely listened to the enthusiast community.

Anyway, please excuse the tangent there. There are 2- and 3-way SLI connectors as well as a Crossfire connector. There are even three temperature sensors to hook up to the three optional temperature probe headers on the board.


Meet RC Bluetooth. Plug these into the ROG ProbeIt connectors, plug in your multimeter probes and voila, instant hands-free voltage monitoring.

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The most common use for these on my bench is CPU Vcore. The rest I trust software for the most part, but Vcore is a pretty important voltage to have accuracy on when benching with high voltage. This makes monitoring it quick and painless.

I would have like to seen it closer to one of the edges of the board to make cable management easier. On the left heatsink assembly is a Republic of Gamers emblem that Glows red and adds to the overall look of the board. Figure 9: Motherboard rear panel.

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Firstly to the right, there is the Probelt feature which gives users easier access to get accurate voltage measurement. One of the demands of extreme overclockers is the ability to do so without having to probe the power supply or mod the board so ASUS have provided this. Below the motherboard power connector are the Q-LEDs, giving user direct indication of component failure if the motherboard does not boot up.

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