‘Hardcore’ motherboard from Republic of Gamers sets new global high scores in 3DMark test; scores 51410 in 3DMark Vantage.
Committed to uncompromising performance, ASUS’ Republic of Gamers continues to set its sights on ever-higher benchmarks, and the new Rampage III Extreme motherboard has pulled off yet another feat with fresh world records.
Based around Intel’s X58 architecture, the Rampage III Extreme has reached previously unattained heights in 3DMark 2003, 3DMark 2005, 3DMark 2006 and 3DMark Vantage.
It’s important to note that Rampage III Extreme has done this with single CPU configurations, no dual CPU shortcuts were used. In some tests, single CPU PCs based on the Rampage III Extreme outperformed dual CPU rigs by a significant margin, showing the huge lead enjoyed by ASUS ROG and their growing user base.
Leadership by the Numbers
Rampage III Extreme 3DMark Vantage High Preset scores reached a whopping 51410 marks, while the Extreme Preset tally amounted to a mind-blowing 39212. ASUS ROG motherboards such as the Rampage III Extreme benefit from a tradition of innovation, as well as die-hard insistence on quality. With a team of passionate engineers devoted to gaming and overclocking, it’s no wonder ROG motherboards maintain a noticeable lead in the industry.
Rampage III Extreme ships with ROG Connect, letting enthusiasts tweak their systems from an external device via USB cable. Likewise, RC Bluetooth makes it possible to modify parameters remotely over Bluetooth, with support for all major smartphones and even iPhone. Overclocking is promoted by the heavy duty Extreme Engine Digi + power design, which combines solid analogue components with digital precision.
The ROG Rampage III Extreme’s world record details can be viewed here: