Subject: Motherboards | July 2, 2015 - 06:17 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Sabertooth X99, asus, tuf
The TUF series of ASUS boards are recognizable thanks to the Thermal Armour which covers the vast majority of the board and are marketed as having mil-spec components to outlast other motherboards using the same chipset. This board supports quad GPU setups but keep in mind that there is also an M.2 port, that you need a more expensive CPU and the fact that there are only three PCIe 16x 3.0 slots, the other card will be in a PCIe 4x 2.0 slot, leaving a single 1x slot for other cards. The AI Suite III overclocking software is not supported on this TUF board but [H]ard|OCP had great success overclocking manually, some of their reviewers more so than others though. Check out the full review if you are comparison shopping for an X99 motherboard.
"ASUS’ SABERTOOTH X99 promises premium quality and unmatched stability alongside industry leading fan control. Saberooth motherboards have in the past all been universally excellent and this motherboard is one of the newest in the TUF series. Can ASUS keep that streak going? It's going to be TUF."
Here are some more Motherboard articles from around the web:
- MSI X99A XPOWER AC @ Kitguru
- TUF Tested - Enthusiast Ready - ASUS X99 Sabertooth @HiTech Legion
- Gigabyte X99-UD4P @ SilentPCReview
- ASRock Fatal1ty Z97X Killer/3.1 Motherboard @ Hardware Secrets
- MSI Z97A Gaming 6 @ Kitguru
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