The only differences between the ROG lineup and mainstream boards are pricey, features and looks. Yes, unfortunately, the overall looks of the mainstream lineup never really did look like a budget gaming board, though it did what it should but the design was always practical. The top end series of every motherboard vendor has great looks and features compared to the mainstream boards of the same brand, like the MSI has MPower lineup, Gigabyte delivers the G1.Killer series for serious gamers and as said above, Asus boasts the ROG lineup.

ASUS Launches Crossblade Ranger for FM2+

After entertaining Intel for a long time now it seems like Asus is also more interested in AMD processors. Although the Intel platform has the absolute advantage, but Asus still remember AMD and has launched a ROG series motherboard Crossblade Ranger. 

ASUS Crossblade Ranger

ASUS ROG Crossblade Ranger feature FM2 + socket, the product is for high-end gamers, using an A88X FCH chip with Intel Gigabit Ethernet, four channel Ram support upto 64Gb, SupremeFX 2014 sound card, keyboard wizard with KeyBot enhances the gaming experience, such as support for 3-Way CrossfireX, Eight SATA ports and so on.

ASUS Crossblade Ranger

I believe ASUS will not let us down, just hope AMD’s CPU upgrade strategy and do not let us down we go. Well, take a look at detail Specification of Asus ROG Crossblade Ranger.

ASUS Crossblade Ranger