UEFI Features continued, Advanced Mode continued
The following screens detail settings on the Advanced, Monitor, Boot, Tools, and Exit tabs in the Advanced Mode interface.
Advanced tab, Onboard Devices Configuration page
Advanced tab, APM Configuration page
Advanced tab, HDD/SSD SMART Information page
Monitor tab, Temperature and fan speed settings
Monitor tab, Fan speed and voltage settings
Monitor tab, Q-Fan Configuration settings page
Monitor tab, Q-Fan Control popup
Boot tab, Boot Override settings
Boot tab, CSM (Compatibility Support Module) page
Boot tab, Secure Boot page
Tools tab, SSD Secure Erase page
Tools tab, ASUS Overclocking Profile page
Tools tab, ASUS Overclocking Profile page continued
Tools tab, ASUS Overclocking Profile page, Load / Save profile page
Tools tab, ROG OC Panel H-Key Configure page
Tools tab, ASUS SPD Information page
Tools tab, Graphics Card Information page
Tools tab, Graphics Card Information page, GPU Post page
Exit tab with FAQ popup
Last Modified popup
I can’t understand why, in
I can’t understand why, in this day and age, when there still is available place on the back panel, they still cram 4 usb ports in that small of a place.
Doesn’t Z270 come out
Doesn’t Z270 come out tomorrow? 😛
This review is a waste of
This review is a waste of time. Maybe six months ago this board was interesting, but it’s replacement will be out in weeks if not days.
I don’t think motherboard
I don’t think motherboard reviews are ever completely out of date, as motherboards fail a lot more often than CPUs, so someone in the future may be looking for replacement motherboards for their still-working CPU on an older platform. Intel’s lack of progress since sandy bridge also makes staying on the absolute latest platform unnecessary – it’s not a bad idea to buy an older platform in the future if you can find a good deal on it.
You can still buy the Impact
You can still buy the Impact VII.
Your comment is a retread, though.
Any modern motherboard
Any modern motherboard without M.2 is a complete fail.
agreed…. even my Z97
agreed…. even my Z97 Maximus Formula does.
I am also pretty confident the Z170 ASUS Pro Gaming has M.2 as well.
It has m.2, which is
It has m.2, which is populated by the WiFi adapter. That can be removed, or one can get a sled for an m.2 and plug that into the u.2.
Nothing else to add your
Nothing else to add your honor.
This board was aanounced in
This board was aanounced in October 2015 so this review is far too late, unless it was a new board revision or something.
BUT! My next build should be an Maximus IX IMPACT wirh Z270 so glad this board can still show up the world ATX motherboard are so 1995. Time to at least move to microATX.
Just an FYI that your
Just an FYI that your OC section states you used 4 x 4gb of Corsair RAM.
Ahh, writing reviews from a
Ahh, writing reviews from a template, we see.
Thanks for pointing that out.
Thanks for pointing that out. Fixed…