Rog Strix B360

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ASUS releases its budget-friendlyROG STRIX B360-F Gaming motherboard, we"ll pair it with a six-coreCore i7 8700K processor. Yes, this is the Coffee Lake platform being more affordable.

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Compared to the H370 chipset you"ll forfeit another few PCIe lanes and well, that"s pretty muchit really. If you do not need tweaking options, pair it with the new Core i5 8600 (non-K), and you"ll have the ability to create a beast of a gaming rig with the right graphics card. With a B360chipset you get many of the features and functionalityfromthat H370 and Z370 platform, yet scrap the tweaking and overclocking functions. This effectively means that K model processors are not something you should spendyourmoney on as you cannot OC them easily anyway. Any B360 chipsetbasedmotherboard, however,offers plenty of features for both internal and external connectivity. Forexample, you will spot things likean HDMI port, USB 3.1 ports, six SATA3 ports, and even a full speed M.2 slots. There is a Gigabit Ethernet, 8-channel HD audio.

The familiar looking ROG STRIX Gaming series is paired with a Core i7 8700K today, is a motherboard positioned in the affordable mainstream segment of the line-up. It very decent looks (even including some LED bling), offers features like higher-grade onboard audio, 2x M.2 SSD support (one with heatsink), GigE Ethernet interface (Intel), and a reinforced PCIe x16 slots.On the nextfew pages, I will take you guys a little deeper into the architecture and processor series that is Coffee Lake as well as the B360 chipset, followed by a hefty benchmark session to see how well this motherboard performs and what it has to offer.

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Have a look first, this is what a budget product looks likeannothe year 2018. That B in the chipset really was the synonym for Budget/Business OEM motherboards. How thignshave changed.

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IntroductionThe Coffee Lake PlatformProduct ShowcaseProduct ShowcaseProduct ShowcaseThe UEFI BIOSCPU-Z ScreenshotsPower ConsumptionHardware & Software UsedPerformance - CineBenchPerformance - CPU-ZPerformance - Compression software 7-zipPerformance - Google Chrome - Mozilla KrakenPerformance - Content CreationPerformance - Corona Ray tracingPerformance - Video EncodingPerformance - Video Creation - Vegas PROPerformance - WPrimePerformance - DDR4 System MemoryPerformance - Storage Subsystem - USB 3.1 & SSD SATA3Performance - M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD Storage PerformancePerformance - Games: Deus Ex Mankind (DX12)Performance - Games: Rise of the Tomb Raider (2016)Performance - Games: Ghost Recon Wildlands (2017)Performance - Games: 3DMark FireStrikePerformance - Games: 3DMark Time SpyFinal Words & Conclusion
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