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  • So with all the popularity of a mini products lately, we were sent a new one from a Suze.

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  • So here she is the ace Use R O G.

  • A r g beholding of gamers, which is technically a brand under aces.

  • I guess now Republicans, gamers, crosshair eight impact may be calling impact.

  • This is having an impact on the competition.

  • I don't know, but we gotta peel to do here.

  • These are never satisfying.

  • Like you wonder why I'm all wet.

  • So I'm really excited about this board.

  • And it was hailing outside a minute ago and I was running around in it, acting like an idiot.

  • Out, out, out, out.

  • That's a lot of hail out.

  • Oh, slippery too.

  • I guess California forgot that it was winter and then really quickly turned the thermostat back down.

  • Okay, so this is not a mini I t export.

  • This is a mini D t X.

  • I'm not sure what the D stands for, but basically, the difference is most I t exports stop right at the PC Express lot.

  • This one is extended down below, which is basically they just decided.

  • Well, you know, if a graphics card has already taken up two slots and the chassis is have to accommodate for that anyway, well, most of the chassis is We'll talk about that, Masek.

  • Why not extend the motherboard longer to get more things on there to make it make the the lay out a little more friendly?

  • The EMS is usually the part that lacks the most when it comes to a small form factor.

  • Motherboard the V R.

  • EMS are what is going to limit the power, draw and stability of your over clock.

  • So your severe EMS air are not up to standard or then up to the task of over clocking.

  • Then what will happen is they will get really, really hot.

  • And then you end up having bad days when you overheat your v r.

  • Ems.

  • So I t x motherboards are typically not as friendly with over clocking as say, they're full sized brothers.

  • Like in this case here, the crosshair hate hero, same chips that both x by 70 both am for when it comes to the socket.

  • The difference so honestly is you're going to give up four slots of RAM for two slots per channel versus one slopper channel over here on the mini GTX.

  • Same socket, saying we're talking ability and compressed air.

  • Apparently, obviously you get one pc.

  • I expressed slot on a mini i t x slash DT export versus however, many are gonna be fit on the full size 80 export.

  • But what you also were not getting with this is chipset cooling.

  • So you can see here we do have an x 5 70 chips that cooler built into this motherboard.

  • It's fan that's turning there.

  • So it's one of the drawbacks that you're going to have with a small form factor.

  • Motherboard.

  • Now the reason why I'm even comparing these and showing you big versus small is because price point on X 5 70 stuff, especially like many DDX stuff, is not cheap.

  • This is enthusiast grade as far as I'm concerned, although it's considered mainstream because of the CPU in the socket that it's occupying.

  • This is definitely going to be an enthusiast grade piece of product.

  • If we move to the back, you can see we have integrated wireless.

  • We've got the Q code readout with a reset button right next to it.

  • We've got our BIOS, flashback and bios reset.

  • We've got our sound ports on the bottom and then typical U.

  • S B C.

  • And then all of the USB three point does appear, and then a single Ethernet jack.

  • And then this is basically just event to allow the air that flows to the heat sink with the active fans which are existing on this very M to be able to escape.

  • But the act of cooling on the V.

  • R.

  • M means that we're gonna be able to have a decent amount of over clocking with this now.

  • We do know already that the rise in 3 3000 Siri's is fairly limited with over clock.

  • Most people hit a wall immediately.

  • A 4.2 hitting 43 or higher becomes very difficult just because of the architecture.

  • So I wouldn't necessarily expect this to over clock any farther or any less than the main board, because of the fact that we have a bit of an architectural limit at that point, more so than the power delivery and stuff like that.

  • But it was this worth mentioning when it comes to the motherboard layout.

  • It's very well thought out because I t x motherboards.

  • Sometimes you look at them and you go W T f.

  • What were they thinking with this layout?

  • It makes no sense whatsoever.

  • But at least here they have the power.

  • The 24 pin and the eight pins, CPU power on the same side, making power routing, very streamlined.

  • We've got to P W M fan headers right here near the CPU.

  • Once a chassis ones, the CPU header so if you're running an air cooler than you can plug it in right there, they're gonna route over things.

  • The chassis fan is kind of out of place there, in my opinion, but it's Ah, it's nice if you need an extra fan header for Let's say a Iot are playing both your your fans there.

  • Whatever RGB header here.

  • This is a 12 RGB is up here near the socket kind of a strange place for it to be too horizontally mounted.

  • USB 2.0, headers.

  • So these air still a necessary evil toe have a lot of your a Iot coolers.

  • A lot of your RGB control panels and stuff still use a USB interface.

  • We have your full size USB three pointer right there.

  • We've got ah looks like frontside USB C connector right there to save us.

  • Um, or four say that's two in two different directions.

  • So one facing out, one facing up.

  • It's always bugged my O C.

  • D.

  • To have them next to each other face in two different directions.

  • I think I just thought of wife.

  • Graphics card is so well.

  • Then put four of them right there.

  • Make it taller.

  • Zizi, I should be designing motherboards.

  • Yeah.

  • Anyway, as Phil just pointed out, that because of the graphics card, unless you're running a single slot card, well, I guess it would still kind of be in the way, a way that's besides the point service minded buttons right here.

  • Which is kind of nice to have a start button right there.

  • You've got your reset.

  • Clear sea moss.

  • That's Ah, actually, it's like safe boot and retry button.

  • Now there's two things on here that I want to point out that really show how much effort Andy Aces Rather has put into this motherboard is we'll start with this guy right here.

  • This is the so dim dot to if you guys have ever seen any of the big motherboards.

  • And it's surprising that the MD crosshair hero does not have one.

  • But every other, like X 2 99 motherboard like, amusing over here for my personal build, Um, the Zenith board that we've used for a thread ripper in the past.

  • They've all had the dim dot too, which essentially is an extension board.

  • It's got it.

  • It's got this custom header that's designed to give you basically an expansion card.

  • So in this case, they're calling it so dimmed out too clearly it's a play on small because, you know, small board and so dim is the standard for memory and almost Mac book.

  • Yeah, I guess I would be true too, but in a laptop.

  • But what this gives us here is expandability where we can have to em got to SST is attached to it on either side.

  • And then we also have expandability with two additional fan headers as well as an addressable RGB header.

  • So it's not just being used for the m dot to, but because of the additional bandwidth that you have through their their sodium set up, you can actually have fan control and argue be through there now it has this connect this cover that goes on both sides.

  • I've already taken it apart so that we can kind of see it does have active cooling and such on there.

  • I think I got on their backers right now, but this is kind of how it looks when it's put together.

  • Thing goes the other way, actually kind of goes like that and then it goes like that sort of a deal.

  • I took it apart.

  • You guys can see, but you can see it does have keypads on here.

  • So that way, if you take the stickers off, you're not to use.

  • A lot of people forget.

  • Take the stickers off.

  • So these make a direct contact with your chips, then what happens is these turn into a giant heat sink Priam?

  • Not too, especially with the speed the PC Age in forest, capable of which is one of the main selling points, too.

  • Any x 5 70 board.

  • If you care about your io speed or especially your read right speed, then, um, you're gonna want to keep the driving school is possible.

  • Performance degradation is directly related to temperatures.

  • When it comes to SST is especially m dot to, but anyway, this guy basically just snaps in here like this.

  • So what you need to be mindful of that at this point is you could see it sits up quite a bit taller than the V R M cooler here, the heat sink.

  • So if you've got an a Iot or you've got a big tower cooler of some sort going here or a down fire cooler, though, sometimes will take up the entire slot.

  • Sometimes it down fire coolers will, but right up against the graphics cards, which, as you can see, this occupies that space between the graphics card and that void that could sometimes be taken up by the air cooler.

  • So it's something you need to be mindful of, because if you don't use this, you don't get any m dot to on this motherboard.

  • Usually you would have a name not to right here, Well, or on the back side or right above the graphics card below the chip.

  • Sometimes you'd have it right there horizontal.

  • But no, both of them are designed to go on the sodium dot too.

  • So I thought initially that that's what this was.

  • But it clearly says right there Supreme FX right on it.

  • So what we have here, this is a PC.

  • I many PC I express that they've used to attach the sound card, which, to be honest, I'm surprised because typically, if they're going with some sort of a sound card like this, they would just sauder it right onto the motherboard, which is what they've done in the past.

  • But I guess what that's allowed them to do is save space because you can see you've got some your chips, that stuff on other problems down here underneath it.

  • So again it's a space saving maneuver.

  • But the nice thing about them using a PC Express card like this is the fact that it has the frontside audio connector on it, which means it's got the shortest distance possible to communicate with the sound card.

  • Sometimes they're nowhere near each other.

  • And what happens is you get the frontside audio cable still crossing across alongside power cables and other interference.

  • Even though this shielded, you gonna find that oftentimes the front panel connector for the audio is the most staticky.

  • It's got the worst noise ratio.

  • So this should.

  • Hopefully it'll be a lot of that since it's connected and separate from the rest of the motherboard.

  • So, yeah, I mean, it's one of those things where this is what happens when you want to take something and really kind of have it be no compromises with the exception of its size, because what we've got right here is an age to 10 from NZX T, which is the chassis on planning on using for my next mod, and I want to use this motherboard with a 39 50 x.

  • And as you can see, it's kind of nice to you because it definitely fills the void entirely.

  • One of those things Look, I'm one of those people that if it's buried in its heavy, its value, which apparently I am very valuable.

  • But as you can see right here, it kind of feels the entire void.

  • One of the things I've always hated is that when you plug a graphics card into a mini I t.

  • X motherboard, the card hangs off the bottom of the card, which is just always kind of bugged me aesthetically.

  • But I mean, that's completely superficial, not important if it performs the way it's supposed to perform.

  • But as you can see, this feels that void perfectly.

  • But there's one thing we need to talk about.

  • This with this request is, although this motherboard will fit in probably 95% of I t X chassis ease, that's not gonna be true for all of them.

  • The ghost s one that this would not fit in there because remember, that uses a riser card and puts the graphics card on the back side of the board.

  • What was it like?

  • It was like that.

  • The ex, the Shift X and the shift.

  • We use the shift for Phil.

  • We used the shift X.

  • You know, we didn't use the ship decks, but it's just a taller version of it.

  • That motherboard goes like this with the ports facing up, not backwards.

  • So this extra distance would have meant that this board would not have mounted in that chassis and what's happened with a lot of I t X chassis eases.

  • It started getting creative rather than is building a best basic rectangle that fits the perfect square that I T.

  • X typically is.

  • They started orienting it in all kinds of weird ways, using riser cards and stuff to maximize the amount that you can fit inside of the chassis.

  • So that's something you definitely need to keep in mind.

  • If you were looking at building a small form factor using this mini D T X format, I don't know if we're gonna be seeing a lot of these in the future.

  • I have no idea if other brands already started jumping on this format because it makes sense.

  • Just extend it roughly an inch and 1/4 or this is maybe 20 millimeters or so, which seems like you could fit a lot more on it.

  • But you'd be surprised just how much it limits the options you have in Chasse ease when it comes to this format.

  • So although they H 2 10 is not these smallest I t.

  • X chassis on the market, it still uses Ah, full size 80 X power supply.

  • But there's something in common in the three cases.

  • Technically, for if we do shifted ship decks, that is, there's a common thread between all those chassis is and that this this wouldn't fit in.

  • And I almost feel comfortable in saying if it uses an SFX power supply, it's not gonna fit this.

  • So definitely do your check.

  • Uh, if you're planning on using this motherboard in the build for a small form factor, if it is, if it's a 90 X case that uses that 80 ex mother bore HX power supply, you're probably gonna be fine.

  • But if it uses an SFX, chances are it is a very compact, very space saving chassis that may or may not work with this because a lot of SFX, many I text cases also seem to be using riser cards to get very creative on the way things are laid out.

  • So we were sent this a while ago from a Seuss.

  • It took me a while to kind of get to this.

  • I was expecting to already be building in this, but because we did not receive a 39 50 x in lieu of thread Ripper three stuff that we're doing it means that this was kind of put on hold.

  • That's okay.

  • I'm behind on bills anyway.

  • It's so gotta finish Nebula.

  • That's just on me.

  • I've been too busy with other things to finish it I haven't had It's my personal rig.

  • Had pressure to get it done, so I'm just been kind of floating along getting that done.

  • But I wanted to show you guys this one because I think with 39 50 X out now and this being able to run it and over clock it, I think people might look at this and go, Oh, man, that's gonna That's gonna be perfect until you go to install it.

  • And you're like, Oh, so I wanted at least kind of show you an overview of the motherboard, and they give you some food for thought.

  • So you guys have any other components you think we should be taking a look at before the end of the year?

  • Christmas is coming up a lot of gift giving ideas that we're gonna have some not so much gift guide, but kind of the idea of, Like what?

  • To buy the PC nerd in your family for Christmas?

  • Because, you know, people like us, we're not easy to shop for.

  • And you may not even know what you want for Christmas.

  • I bet right now you've got someone asking you, like, Bill.

  • What do you want for Christmas?

  • And you're like, I don't know.

  • And they're like, what you have, like, really hard hobbies to shop for.

  • I mean, it's like, would you try and buy your wife a pair of shoes for Christmas?

  • No, you don't do that.

  • You get a gift card.

  • Guys, I'm gonna go.

  • Thanks for watching.

  • Make sure you sound off in the comments below.

  • If you have anything else you think we should check out and links to this motherboard.

  • We'll be down there very robust.

  • It's very durable, makes you this will be down in the description below.

  • If you guys want to see pricing and all that sort of stuff because pricing is ever changing, I'll be honest.

  • I have no idea what this cost right now.

  • It's probably not cheap is premium.

  • It's like 93 everywhere else but 91 in California talking gasoline folks, just turn it up.

So with all the popularity of a mini products lately, we were sent a new one from a Suze.

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