Thankfully they are almost all located on this page. The RAM timing options also seem to be a little more detailed than what we have found on this level upper end of the mainstream market of motherboards for AMD. In the power area we find the Q-Fan controls. We have talked about these before, but it is worth talking about them again here. You get an extra option with the CPU fan, though; manual control. You can still tell that it is not meant for extreme overclocking, though.
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The front of the packaging is attractive and details the main aspects of the motherboard. Evidently, two of the selling points for this motherboard is support for USB 3.
Back of the box Onto the back, ASUS provide a lot more in depth information about the features shown on the front of the packaging. Typical to most hardware packaging, the details are repeated in 12 other languages. Displayed around the Xtreme Design logos are the various features with small illustrations of their applications. In my opinion, it lacks the professional finish of their ROG line of motherboards but it is certainly very informative, sometimes overly so.
Inside the box The box itself, which houses the bundle and motherboard, slides out of the outer cardboard frame. Opening it reveals the user guide and the bundle. A cardboard divider separates the bundle from the motherboard below. Each SATA cable packs contain two cables, one with a right angled end connector and the other with straight end connectors. The anti-static bag And finally, once we go to the lower compartment, we get to the motherboard itself.
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