The ASUS Maximus III Extreme is one of those rare birds that utilizes the nForce 200 chipset to handle the PCI Express; the main chipset is an Intel P55.  This allows full 16x speeds on dual graphics card setup and even allows dual 16x and single 8x if you are looking to build a PC with three graphics cards, any more than that and the slots revert to 8x, though with 4 GPUs that should still allow some serious power.  There is a huge list of features on this board, perhaps one of the most unique is the ROG Connect Bluetooth which supports Android 2.0 and Windows Mobile 6.1 or 6.5.  This board picked up a Silver Award from [H]ard|OCP; read the full review to see why.

“The Maximus III Extreme is the newest member of ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) product line, with the board squarely aimed at the high end enthusiast market. With the stiff competition in the Intel arena currently, this board definitely has its work cut out for it. We take a good look at what the MIIIE can do for the air and water cooling overclockers.”

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