ASUS Motherboard


Motherboard is the main component of computer and often called main board or mobo. All the components are connected to motherboard.Overall performance of a computer depends upon the quality of motherboard chips and components. Better performance and stability is our main concern while purchasing motherboard.   

ASUS Motherboard B450

ASUS MotherBoard Guides

Though ASUS does not have a BFGD, it’s worth pointing out that its motherboards carry with them a number of features that are intriguing to hacker types. I myself have not experienced all of these features (and probably never will, since I’ve yet to have enough cash lying around to purchase every ASUS motherboard in existence), but they’re all worth a look. Check out the list below to see what’s worth your attention.

1) The ACX 3.0 Extreme Memory Profile

ASUS makes sure that their memory meets the highest of standards, but does so without requiring ridiculous overclocking rigs, excessive voltage, or physical test points. Instead, the memory maker’s HEX5.0 software does the heavy lifting. What’s neat about it is that you can use a test-point timer from system builder Benchmark to create a map of memory devices on your system that can be mapped to your chosen voltage (pulse-width modulation is supported as well). This will ensure your memory is operating at the correct voltage, even when you’re not specifically looking at it. It’s an interesting feature that doesn’t cost a penny more to use than normal.

2) Stronger VRM Power Supply Power

The ASUS VivoPC X Deluxe boasts a strong power supply and liquid cooling system to help it handle a heavy load. As a result, the graphics card draws less power than it does with a power supply alone.

3) ASUS OC Panel

The OC Panel is also available on the ASUS VivoPC X Deluxe. It’s a neat feature that offers multiple power profiles that can be stored on an SD card (or similar storage device) and be used to reach whatever performance you’re trying to reach. With it you can select different power profiles to use with your specific graphics card. These power profiles will be installed automatically when you boot up your computer (no reboot required). For anyone that desires super-frugal power profiles, it’s worth trying to figure out the OC Panel before you purchase a motherboard because the performance it offers is worth every penny you pay for it.

4) Second ASRock X299 M4 Ultra

The ASRock X299 M4 Ultra motherboard will have a 2.5-inch drive bay for the installation of a hard drive and up to 32 GB of solid-state

First, create a Memory Map by following the instructions on the page. You will find there are options to map a memory map to the proper voltage (MMIO Frequency), maximum speed (Turbo Mode), and custom memory speeds (Memory Map Speed).

If you select any of the default options, you will then select your test-point frequency to create a test-point map. This can either be a normal test-point speed, which is the speed it can work at when the system is in a cold state, or it can be a normal test-point speed with a reduced turbo clock. You can then map this test point to whichever speed is easiest for you to set up.

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