ASUS sent over a handful of photos of the upcoming Rampage III GENE motherboard that takes the overclocking features of the Rampage ROG line, pairs them with an X58 chipset and then shoves it all into a mATX form factor.  This results in a tiny motherboard that just about any enthusiast would be proud of:

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The board supports both SLI and CrossFire configurations with true x16 PCIe 2.0 bandwidth but also offers a legacy PCI slot and x4 PCIe slot for other expansion options. 

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The LGA1366 socket supports Bloomfield processors and there are six DIMM slots supporting the triple channel DDR3 memory controller on the Bloomfield CPUs. 

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The Rampage III GENE will support USB 3.0 – a great feature to see on some mATX motherboards – as well as ROG Connect for remote PC management, monitoring and overclocking. 

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The red SATA ports are running at 6.0 Gb/s speeds and with the six standard SATA 3.0 Gb/s ports provided by the ICH10R chipset you get a ton of storage options for such small board.  The iROG chip is there as well to provide the same great overclocking capability seen on the full size ROG motherboards. 

We’ll have more information on this board as we get it this week and hopefully should be testing one just after Computex!