Asus presented the motherboard ROG Maximus IX Extreme Intel Z270 with a built-in monobloc for liquid cooling. To develop a brand new liquid cooling system, Asus engineers have teamed up with specialists from Bitspower. In monoblock integrated sensors measure flow rate and water temperature and the sensor detection, which allows to simplify the construction of the cooling system.
Asus ROG Maximus IX Extreme based on the new Intel Z270 and supports Intel Core processors of the seventh generation. Among the features of the motherboard system synchronization led backlight Asus Aura Sync, high-quality codec SupremeFX S1220 and the ability to install high-speed RAM standard DDR4 (4133 MHz).
Through the use of high quality components and complex security technologies, the Asus ROG Maximus IX Extreme perfect for passionate gamers and enthusiasts. The pre-installed bungs for the rear panel of the computer case, protective technology SafeSlot, SafeDIMM copper-covered edge of the printed circuit Board provides maximum protection and long life of this Board.
The Asus ROG Maximus IX Extreme has a highly effective candy bar designed for liquid cooling not only the CPU but also the module of the voltage regulator. Built-in sensor measures the speed of the thread monitors the status of the water pump monoblock in real time, and the temperature sensors control the water temperature at the outlet and inlet of the system. In addition, the monoblock is built a special sensor to detect leaks, which will immediately alert you to any problems with the cooling system, and for extra protection will automatically shut down the system.
The Asus ROG Maximus IX Extreme