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ASUS ROG Crosshair V Formula-Z (990FX) Review ft. Vishera FX-8350 on Phase Change

The TurboV EVO component of the ASUS's ubiquitous Ai Suite provides beginner to expert level controls of major voltages and clock speeds.

You can also hookup another machine like a laptop to monitor and control the same overclocking parameters with the ROG Connect feature without incurring any significant CPU interrupts.

 

For gamers, there is a skinned version of cFos (GameFirst II) that does QOS traffic shaping on your broadband connection to ensure that your bullets always hit your opponents when you are playing online.

 

Usually at this point we'll run a few gratuitous benchmarks, and actually you've already seen them already in our FX-8350 review (synthetic, games). Below is an example of the overclocks possible with single stage phase change cooling:

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