ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has introduced the Zenith Extreme Alpha and Rampage VI Extreme Omega motherboards. The AMD X399 and Intel X299 chipsets uses copious cores and bandwidth available in high-end desktop processors, providing next-level performance to users.
The AMD X399-based ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha are for Ryzen Threadipper processors. This board features 4 PCIe 3.0 x16 NVIDIA SLI, and AMD CrossFire X up to 3-way. The Zenith Extreme Alpha has up to 128GB 3600MHz DDR4 memory.
Meanwhile, the ROG Rampage VI Extreme Omega is based on Intel X299 for Core X-Series processors. The Rampage IV Extreme Omega comes with 3 PCIe 3.0 x16, NVIDIA SLI, and AMD CrossFireX up to 3-way. This motherboard ships with up to 128GB 4266+MHz DDR4 memory.
Both ROG boards also sports to module with 2 PCIe x4 M.2 slots and on-board PCIe x4 slot, all supporting RAID configurations, 10G Ethernet, and 2×2 802.11ac MU-MIMO Wi-Fi. In addition, the two platforms also comes with SupremeFX 8-channel HD Audio, ESS Sabre DAC, IR3555 PowIRstage, microFine Alloy chokes, and 10 Black Metallic Capacitors. There’s also standard and addressable RGB headers, Aura Sync, 1.3-inch LiveDash OLED on IO cover, and an ASUS Node connector.
The ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha retails at P35,790, while the Rampage VI Extreme Omega sells for P43,400. End-users wanting to get the units will have to order it from retailers by the end of January.