Asus Maximus V GENE Display Driver
Preview: ASUS ROG Maximus V Gene - Intel Z77 Packed in mATX the rear-I/O. However note that display connection options are down to. Buy Used - Like New: ASUS Maximus V Gene LGA Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB Micro ATX Intel Motherboard with fast shipping and top-rated. The Maximus V Gene is a small form factor motherboard designed for red, and silver background, with the ROG logo prominently displayed.
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Asus Maximus V GENE Display Driver
Below them both you also have one PCIe X4 slot, usable with both x1 and x4 cards for those who might need it. The audio setup on the Gene is unique.
Splitting the PCB up like this helps prevent interference from the motherboard, this is the same reason a lot of people go with separate audio cards. There is a gap where the mPCIe header is, on the actual IO panel there are two spots for you to run two wireless antennas out if you decide to go that route. If you look close you can see the track routes are just packed in, something that is less obvious on larger full ATX boards. You can hardly see the boards black PCB. There are so many trace routes that the board almost has a Asus Maximus V GENE Display color.
Cooling Cooling on a Micro ATX board is similar to what you would see on a full ATX board with the one exception that the chipset cooling is a little cramped where you would normally have more room on the bottom half of the board. Asus Maximus V GENE Display means that the product has been opened, possibly used but is in perfect condition with no signs of cosmetic or functional defect.
Product may includes warranty, and accessories found with the original product. Product may or may not be in the original packaging. Returned items with minor packaging defects fall under this category. Used - Very Good: Pushing the Patriot Wildfire to its limits was all in a days work for the board, however the differences found were marginal and stock Asus Maximus V GENE Display favoured a little over overclocking.
Overall system performance is measured by the PCMark Suite. The Lightweight Suite measures the capabilities of entry level systems and mobility platforms unable to run the full PCMark suite.
Common use performance is measured by the Entertainment, Creativity and Productivity scenario suites. Component performance is measured by the Computation and Storage hardware suites.
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The Storage suite is ideal for testing SSDs and external hard drives in addition to the system drive. Like we found with 3DMark 11, PCMark gave results that beat our expectations, with an points gain at 4.
Next we have the GPU. DIMM post.
This shows us what GPU and link speed we are getting as well as information about our installed memory modules. CPU power management is next. Additionally there is also a power limit control setting here.
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To say that the Maximus V Gene has robust power and overclocking settings is putting it mildly. Now we get into the more mundane and rudimentary settings. The main menu has your time and date settings, as well as BIOS information which includes version, build date information and south bridge stepping info. CPU name and speed, as well as memory totals and clock speeds are also found here. There Asus Maximus V GENE Display also a security menu for setting user passwords.
The advanced menu is more interesting.
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This has a ton of submenus. There is a cool lit up trace path looking thing on the PCB surface which is what this controls. There is also a submenu here for the CPU power management configuration. Simply pick Asus Maximus V GENE Display processor you wanted to OC to, and the motherboard will do the rest!