Asus has just released in the Indian market, its latest range of powerful motherboards under the Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) and claims to be setting new benchmarks in the gaming segment.
Though there are 8 odd products announced in this release, the Maximus X and Strix Z370 series motherboards are highlighted for their superior performance.
Asus has used the 8th generation Intel Core processors, which have up to 6 cores and 12 threads ensure the chipsets produce best clocking speeds and give users outstanding performances on gaming PCs. Included in the Maximus series are the Maximus X Apex, the Maximus X Hero, the Maximum X Code and the Maximus X Formula. Each of these components has its unique properties rendering them a powerful role in the devices they are fitted in.
The other series, the ROG Strix range of motherboards are more down to earth, practical and are priced at levels suitable to the gaming enthusiasts. Almost all these motherboards in the Z370 series under the ROG Strix banner are meant for gaming and are priced between Rs. 12,000 to Rs. 17,000. The Maximus X, on the other hand costs Rs. 22,380. These are India-specific prices and can be purchased through the ASUS stores.
Asus goes on to claim that their ROG Maximus X motherboard, with the Intel Core i7 chipset recorded a massive clocking speed of 7.3GHz and this was recorded across the 6 cores and 12 threads. The company feels these are world record breaking performance and their motherboards will be the most preferred one in the days to come.