$500 Motherboard Analysis: ASUS Maximus XII Formula Z490 PCB, Water Blocks, VRM, & More

by birtanpublished on August 16, 2020

Hey guys bill zloyd here from actually hardcore overclocking and today we're going to be taking a look at the maximus 12 formula from asus rog now uh this is a roughly 500 motherboard aimed at water cooling enthusiasts which is why

It has the completely unnecessary vr and water block but uh you know there is other actually kind of pretty interesting things that this board does that make it worth considering that aren't the vr and water

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10 giga quantity lan two and a half giga intel lan wi-fi six from intel ton of usb ports ps2 port clear cmos button and a bios flashback button the bios flashback allows you to update the bios of the

Motherboard without even having a cpu installed and can potentially be used for uh recovering from corrupted bios flashes so it basically gives it makes it a bit harder to permanently

Brick the motherboard um with a bad bottle flash by by having that button so that's a pretty cool feature to have now on the board itself we've got a

8 pin and a 4 pin power connector and with z490 if you're really pushing a 10 900k you can actually pull more power than the standard current uh eight pin

Power connector can handle now asus is using the high current connector so this eight pin can do at least 480 watts it depends how hard you're overclocking the 10900k but if your power supply has the option to

Populate both connectors you really should because yeah 10 900 ks can pull a stupid amount of power anyway so moving on from that um we've got the postcode on the motherboard which makes

Troubleshooting very like overclocks and actually all kinds of issues very very uh easy um then we've got a power button reset button oh no not reset flex key you can actually

Change the functionality of that button to be for example safe boot which is a very useful feature to have on a motherboard if you're doing a lot of memory overclocking because it allows you to

Boot the motherboard at safe settings without wiping all of your bios settings so yeah that's that's a really cool feature to have um then hiding next to the 24 pin we've got a bunch of color-coded

Troubleshooting leds that are very much made you know redundant by the postcode but if you haven't learned how to read the postcode yeah these are a quick way to tell what part

Of the boot procedure your your system is in and also what is potentially broken if if it doesn't post so that's nice to have and then on the bottom edge of the motherboard we've got a retry button

This is basically a super reset button um because you can actually crash a cpu so hard that the reset button stops working well the retry button doesn't stop working it'll still work

Um and the the other use for the retry button is that um you can use this button to basically force the motherboard to try your memory settings again because during the post process

The cpu with help from the motherboard is basically trying to figure out some uh parameters for running the memory which is called the memory training process and sometimes it can make mistakes with this

Especially if you're pushing very aggressive memory settings um and so if the cpu is getting stuck on certain postcodes mashing the retry but and those postcodes basically tell you that you

Have a training problem if mashing the retry button can actually get the system to post with better memory settings than if you didn't have a retry button now i wouldn't necessarily use this

For you know daily memory overclocks because if your memory overclock is very unreliable in terms of just training it's probably not going to be very stable and you might have issues where it's like

You know you try to turn on your system one day and the memory overclock stops working because the cpu can't figure out how to retract like train it properly and then i have to match the retry button and if

Your motherboard's in a case then you're not really going to have easy access to that button so it's not really a like it's cool for benchmarking it's not really a feature i would be using in

In a daily system applications so yeah but it's nice to have on the board now for a 500 board the only thing i i'd say is really missing here in terms of overclocking features is dual bios

Because it's a 500 board a second bias chip doesn't really cost anything i have no idea why this doesn't have a dual vial so you can get motherboards that are as cheap as like 300 with dual bios

And in fact the 400 maximus 12 apex also has dual bios so it really like this is just something you like asus does where they're very good about just shaving off every extra feature that they don't feel like you

Need on a motherboard which like i don't know i would have appreciable bios would have been cool it's not a deal breaker because you still have bile splashback so it's not like you're completely screwed if you

Have a bile splash corrupt but yeah having dual bios would definitely be welcome on a motherboard this expensive um oh and the last thing that i forgot to mention in terms of overclocking features is this motherboard actually

Has a uh op amp which i think is that chip up there which replicates the dye sense voltage reading directly from the cpu die uh to the super i o so this is a

Unique feature to asus maximus well high-end asus motherboards um not just the maxima series crosshair boards have it as well but basically the idea behind behind that functionality is that

Um the super i o normally just measures your voltage on the motherboard pcb itself and the problem with this is there uh basically that voltage measurement does not account for the uh impedance of the cpu socket which

Basically means uh it it's off depending on how much current you're pushing it can be off by say 100 150 millivolts a very significant amount of voltage it can be off by

And uh now the voltage controller is not affected by this because that's not the super i o the super i o is a separate chip but um the the voltage controller however has access to the dye sense

Voltage readings which uh exist because the voltage controller needs a very accurate way of getting how like measuring how much voltage is actually getting to the cpu and the thing is with asus boards

Because of how they work you can't just ask the voltage controller what voltage is being fed to the cpu just asus motherboard things they like making things unnecessarily complicated so the

Way they worked around that is they add this op-amp which basically replicates that dysen's voltage reading to the super i o so with asus motherboards if you're looking at like your voltage readings in something like

Say cpu z which cpu-z always measures the well always reports the super i o reading um you're actually getting the dysense voltage reading with asus boards instead of the

Motherboard sense well it's not really motherboard sense but like you're not getting the readings from the from the motherboard uh pcb you're getting them from the cpu silicon which is far more accurate now there's one

Problem with this it also means if you're comparing voltage measurements from asus boards to all other boards they're not comparable because like especially if you're using like cpu-z like technically odd and say gigabyte

Boards you can use hardware info to get the voltage reading directly from the controller but if you're using cpu-z on a say a gigabyte motherboard and you compare that voltage measurement to a

High-end asus board or even if you compare like a low-end asus board to a high-end asus board you're going to get different voltage readings because normally the super i o just measures on the on the motherboard power plane and

Yeah that that voltage measurement is going to be especially under high loads it's going to be much higher than what the actual silicon is seeing so um this is this is a cool feature like i

Do actually personally appreciate that the boards have it but it's also kind of it gets a lot of people very confused because they see high-end asus voltage readings and compare them to other

Motherboards and it's like oh it looks like the motherboard is running 100 millivolts less voltage for the same overclock but no it isn't your voltage measurement is just taking place in a completely

Different place so in my opinion it would have been much better if you know we never had a super i o voltage reading that was this inaccurate but the thing is uh this idea of

Actually getting dye sense voltage readings directly from the voltage controller um is relatively recent like technically speaking voltage controllers have had dysense

Voltages since at least lga 775 if not even far before that um there's really no reason why you couldn't do it on even older sockets it's just

Yeah nobody's really been that worried about having super accurate voltage readings until relatively recently so but it's a cool feature and uh it's just something to to keep in mind when comparing like

Asus boards to other boards anyway let's finally talk about the vrm on this board and so this is one of the other sort of weird decisions that uh asus made with this motherboard um

Which is that all of this right here is vcore and that's really cool that has some benefits but there's also a major downside there's no igpu vrm and the downside to that of course is

Well if there's no igpu vrm you can't power the igpu therefore you cannot use functions like say quick sync video encoding because that requires the igpu to actually well function so if you buy a

10900k and stick it into a maximus 12 formula it'll have the same range of functionality as a 10900 kf because this board is physically incapable of powering the igpu

And the difference between a 10900k and a 10900 kf is that the kf uh still has the igpu it's still there on the silicon you just can't turn it on because it's disabled by intel well this motherboard disables

Igpus by just not being able to power them not permanently of course it's just yeah board won't run igpus so um that's kind of a potentially a major downside to this motherboard

But there are some cool benefits to it um like for one thing asus doesn't have to spend extra money on a second voltage controller because the v core here is an eight phase

And it is controlled by this chip right over here and that is a asp 1405 and the problem with this is the 1405 is actually a rebrand of the ir35201 which does not support more than eight phase

Output and so if asus also wanted to have their eight phase vcore and then an igpu phase they would need a second voltage controller to do the igpu power

And that's expensive so they decided not to do that if you want to use the igpu for anything well this board can't so that that's that's you know benefits for asus cheaper board to manufacture because there's no igpu power

But actual useful benefits for overclockers from not having igpu power is that you can actually lay out the power plane of the motherboard significantly differently because basically

In the cpu socket you have igpu power coming in sort of through this area um so you'll have igpu up there and then v core basically comes in something like this so that's how v core power gets into the

Into the cpu socket now if you have a regular motherboard with igpu power that means you're going to have a power plane you know that goes something like say this to some igpu vrm up there and probably looks something like that

And then for v core you're going to have a power plane that basically goes like this along all the phases and so you have current coming in like that and like that and of course from there

So you know all your current basically has to go around the igpu portion of the cpu socket well with the asus motherboard you can just kind of go right over that and your vcore power

Plane can basically be just this and this should in theory well no in practice this reduces the impedance of the of the power plane and in theory that

Should lead to slightly better transient response because there's less resistance and less inductance between the capacitors on the motherboard and the cpu socket so

It should lead to slightly better voltage regulation um as in like millivolts maybe like maybe one or two millivolts um or or potentially more but i i really don't think it's

That significant a difference but uh yeah it's just kind of a cool benefit of not bothering with the igpu powers like you can have a better power plane and that can help with cpu overclocking a slight amount

The downside no igpu and that's basically it so they've pretty much decided that this board they're probably really prioritizing sort of cpu overclocking over well um having an igpu

And so that's that's that's what they've done with the board and ultimately i i personally consider this board a pretty casual motherboard because like if you actually wanted an overclocking

Focused motherboard from asus there's the apex and the apex also does this with the vrm where there's no igpu power because bigger power plane is better power plane with the formula this is a more like casual board in my

Opinion so i really think people who were interested in the formula would have probably wanted the igpu ultimately i don't know like at the same time there's probably a lot of people

That don't care about the igbo at all and mostly just want the water block so that's that's what's going on with the the sort of uh power delivery here is just like there's no igpu and in theory you get better vcore power

Delivery for that anyway so let's talk about the actual vrm in more detail itself instead of just where it's dumping all the power so for as i've mentioned it's it's an eight phase but it looks a hell of a lot

Like a 16 because asus is as usual taking one pwm signal and shoving it into two power stages so and the thing is you have to have two inductors when doing this because if you didn't have two inductors the

Power stages would fight each other so essentially each phase on this board looks something like this where you've got two power stages turning on at the same time and the reason why they do this is it basically

Gives you the same current handling capacity as if you had just a real 16 phase like there's a slight efficiency penalty for doing this and it's so slight that it's literally irrelevant like it

Doesn't matter but it exists and the disadvantage to it is um that you basically get slightly more input ripple the other thing is with intel platforms you currently can't actually get a 16 phase voltage

Controller at all like the xdp e132g5c from infineon does not function on this platform so the only way you could actually get a 16 phase is to use doublers and

Doublers add a very small amount of delay to your pwm signals which translates to ever slow slightly worse transient response um sort of in line with how much effect having his different power well actually

The power plane has more more of an effect and at least i think the power plane has more of an effect it's really hard to test this because it's not like i can i have like two identical motherboards

But one has a worse power plane than the other but uh it is a trend that i've noticed where it's like itx boards have disproportionately good transient response because their vrms are

Literally jammed right up against the socket whereas atx boards have the vrm sitting comfortably far away and therefore the power plane is actually worse because it's longer because it's not about the actual

Surface area of the power plane it's about how short and wide the power plane is relative to the socket so basically no doublers because they're prioritizing transient response uh

Over you know having like perfect efficiency it's it's really like it's still a very efficient vrm as we'll get to and then the other downside is you get more input ripple and well there's a

Easy simple workaround for that put more input filtering capacitors on your motherboard and asus does exactly that they have eight uh you know 12 volt input filtering capacitors which is

Pretty high for a well for really any motherboard like you don't normally see this much input well it depends on what motherboard designs you're looking at like there's been a lot of like changes to

How certain manufacturers make their motherboards but if you look at say like older z390 gigabyte boards with really high phase counts so they'd have like three input filtering capacitors

So yeah asus has their their fixes for for the input filtering which is just have more capacitors then you don't have as much ripple let's finally talk about the actual power stages that

You know make most of the difference when it comes to thermals here and for those asus is using tda21472s and these are 70 amp smart power stages from infineon now there's a lot of z490

Motherboards using 90 amp smart power stages but uh the funny thing about 90 amp and 70 amp smart power stages is that within the part of the efficiency curve that you actually

Care about with a 10900k they have basically the same performance if you're comparing this motherboard to other boards with 90 amp smart power stages it doesn't really count there's no like

Significant performance difference between the two i basically consider them equivalent it doesn't matter 70 amp smart power stage 90 80 same thing though funnily enough

There are some 70 amps more power stages that are significantly worse than the tda21472s so like basically the issue is the nominal current capability of a power stage just doesn't really tell you that much about

How that component actually behaves in practice it's just kind of like well theoretically if you have one of them and a really big heatsink you'll be able to shove the 70 amps through it and then it's like yeah but

Nobody's actually gonna do that because at 70 amps output doesn't matter how power like if you're shoving 90 amps through one power stage even if it was way more efficient than it actually is

It would still be producing a hell of a lot of heat and it's not practical to make that kind of vrm design so yeah like the the the fact that these are 70 amps just

Doesn't like it's functionally the same as if they were the 90 amps more power stages we see that from intersil because the performance curves are basically the same now these are also called smart power

Stages because unlike regular power stages or drmos components they integrate a lot of functionality that would otherwise have to be added with external circuitry so they integrate very accurate

Current monitoring um temperature monitoring and a bunch of safety features like over temperature protection over current protection and i think there's like a bunch of other safety features but

Those aren't as important as like the ocp and the otp so i don't actually remember them but yeah so these are called smart because they don't just have a driver and two mosfets they also have a bunch

Of extra circuitry for things like current monitoring infineon does make 90 amps more power stages it's just like they're not really any better than the 70s anyway so it's just

These are top of the line power stages even if they don't necessarily have the biggest you know nominal current rating um anyway so with these top top end 70 amp smart power stages this board

Has roughly the following efficiency for uh while running at 1.2 volts output voltage 400 kilohertz switching frequency um so that's just the operating

Parameters for the vrm now 10 900 ks can go up to around 300 amps current draw depending on what exactly you're running what kind of voltage what kind of frequency workload um but for this vrm that's

Going to be no problem as at 200 amps it only produces about 16 watts of heat and at 300 amps it only produces about 24 watts of heat if you're around one watt per component in terms of heat

Dissipation which you know 200 amps 16 watts 16 power stages literally one watt per power stage and at 24 watts um spread across the the vr i'm here you're

Looking at like 1.2 1.3 uh watts per power stage like with heat outputs per component that low the power stages themselves have enough surface area to keep themselves at acceptable operating

Temperatures not low operating temperatures but you won't be seeing this vrm going over like 100 degrees even if you took off the heatsink and ran it naked in fact the the water like the the

Heatsink that this board comes with with the integrated water block is really doing more for cooling the 10 giga quantity lan than it is for doing like cooling the vrm because the vrm will actually run

Really cool even if you're running like prime95 on a 10 900 k at the absolute limits of what you can you know push into these cpus it's it's really overkill because it's so overkill

That you don't need a heatsink at this point but anyway if we keep going up higher to say like theoretic like the 400 amps you'd be looking at like ln2 overclocking and you know

Let's say you go exotic cooling solutions not just something based on uh ambient air temperature like water cooling is so at 400 amps output this vrm would produce about 32 watts of heat and at

That point the the vrm heatsink actually starts serving a purpose um the only issue is you realize like nobody's actually going to run a 10900k at settings that regularly pull 400 amps for extended

Periods of time uh 500 amps is like this is still theoretically doable on ln 2 or not theoretically doable like this is doable on on ln 2. um at that point the vr will

Produce about 45 watts of heat but the thing is like this motherboard isn't even really meant for ln2 overclocking and also the the funny thing about ln2 overclocking is

Nobody runs prime95 on ln2 for several hours straight mostly because that would burn a hell of a lot of ln2 and that's the kind of workload you would need to like consistently

Hit that ridiculous amount of power consumption so for short burst workloads like you could still run the vrm without any heat sinks because it takes time for the vrm to overheat

Um and 600 amps which is uh it might be possible with some of the really like top like high voltage high clock cpus to to hit this kind of current draw on ln2 i'm not sure i don't have like super accurate numbers

For what is the absolute limit of what a 10900k can pull but at 600 amps this vr will produce about 64 watts of heat so basically the only time this vrm needs a heatsink is in real

Like unrealistic usage scenarios for this motherboard compared to the z390 formula this is actually a huge upgrade in the vrm department like the z390 formula's vrm is like i want to say a fourth of this but i

Think it might be more like a third i'm not sure right now that was like eight power stages 50 amps each yeah no that that was like a third of this vrm so hey like compared to the previous

Formula this is one hell of a vrm upgrade and uh yeah like there's no scenario that you'd realistically run with this board where this vrm will have any issues

Uh for the capacitors we're looking at a bunch of nichikon fp uh 10k series caps for well nichikon that they're the actual manufacturer fp series ten thousand hours rate

Uh 10k which 10 000 hours 105 degrees um through-hole aluminum polymers and what's kind of interesting with the capacitor configuration on this board and on a lot of actually high-end asus z490 boards is that

Um for z490 they've absolutely just stuffed the cpu socket with multi-layer ceramics and they've also added these two little tantalum polymer capacitors

Into the cpu socket as well so that's basically just done to further improve the transient response so uh yeah like the the z490 power delivery on the high-end boards is like compared to z390 is absolutely

Ridiculous um so i'm a big fan of that anyway for the minor rails we've got vccsa down here which is using a pair of on semiconductor ncp uh 30 20 uh yeah 30 20

Uh 30 20. oh man i'm just like the thing is that's vccsa like it just doesn't matter that much it's not a very high current rail it is the rail that like th

This is the rail that if you're pushing high memory clocks you you need to get the voltage like set the voltage right on it but it's not a high power rail so it's not really a concern but vccsa here

Is i'm assuming it's a two-phase because they are using an entire extra asp 1405 and at that point like they've got phases for days so why is what may as well use them because they

Technically have 2s 2 asp1405s on the board so like this one could have probably done igpu power but they would have had to get really creative with like laying out the

Vrm um because vcca power vccsa power comes in through the bottom part of the socket whereas igpu comes in through the top part so it's kind of awkward as to where you would put your controller i guess

They could have like squeezed it into this area and then had like igpu over here and then vccsa over here that would have kind of worked but yeah ultimately they decided now

Um and so we've got vccsa down here with a pair of 45 amp drmos components which is the most substantial vccsa rail on uh any of like of any z490 motherboard i've seen it's also completely pointless

Because this rail really doesn't pull that much current so it's kind of interesting that they decided to go this far for for just uh system agent power delivery um then we've got the various minor

Rails like vccio and the various plls in this area as well but i'm not going to try to highlight those because well they're really minor and

They're kind of just not like there's a lot of them so you don't have to worry about them they exist but they're present but they're not that important for memory power we're looking at a two-phase

Um controlled by this chip right over here which that is a asp 1103 and for the actual mosfets we're looking at discrete mosfets and the thing is ddr4 is not very

Difficult to power um so yeah this this is like the stan and the thing is asus has been using the same memory vrm for almost all of their ddr4 motherboards and the two-phase power can lead to

Slightly better voltage regulation but in my testing like i've not noticed the difference in terms of like memory overclocking between single phase and two-phase memory power because

Ddr4 just isn't that difficult to power so the main thing that's important with ddr4 is what is going on with the memory trace layout between

The cpu socket and the actual dim slots and here we are looking at a daisy chain and that's about all i can tell you about this because asus has this sticker over all of well i'm assuming it's a sticker

I don't think it's an actual like functional component but i'm not percent sure but yeah they just have this sticker going over everything um which says optimum three and i'm assuming that like

All of the different board vendors will have different implementations of their daisy chains in fact even within a given a generation of motherboard they'll have different daisy chain implementations but

This is an eight layer daisy chain of some some form so the board has a pcb layers and having more layers just allows you um to do better memory layouts that doesn't like having more layers does not

Inherently make a motherboard better at memory overclocking but it does allow a motherboard to potentially be better at memory overclocking like you can't make a four layer board as good as an eight layer board you can

Also make a terrible four light i mean terrible eight layer motherboard there's nothing really stopping you from doing that right but theoretically um with more layers you can get better memory overclocking

Support and with daisy chains the important thing is is that these two memory slots are favored because the way the topology works is basically the trace goes to the first memory slot and

Then just goes straight to the next and so if you install your memory in the wrong memory slots which the board even tells you which one are the correct ones right it says right there you basically end up

With a signal integrity issue caused by all of this wire hanging off of the end of the memory trace um so that's the maximus 12 formula and i

Like the the thing like i i think this board is a bit strange in terms of its feature set like the 10 gig lan is nice the vrm is very nice i think there should have been igpu power

Um and there should have been dual bios but yeah if you want this board there's nothing there's nothing really wrong with it it's just kind of weird because it's like this weird cross between a maximus

12 apex and uh and a hero the the board doesn't really give you as as uh many features as i think it should have like say igpu power yeah it's just kind

Of a bit of a strange board but there's nothing like you know if you're okay with the fact that it has this sort of strange feature set then yeah it's it's a really cool board like you've got a

Really nice vrm very not like this is basically the best uh daisy chain asus offers on the z490 like if you go up to the maximus 12 extreme that's still an eight layer pcb with a

Daisy chain so this isn't going to have a uh ma like memory overclocking disadvantage even though the maximus 12 extreme has some really like cool memory power delivery but

Again ddr4 just doesn't care how you power it it's mostly about how you connect it to the cpu if you wanted basically the best motherboard from asus for running 4×8

Or 2×16 memory configurations this is like this well actually i think the hero is also on an 8-layer pcb but yeah this this is basically it um i guess if you want like if you wanted the apex vrm with

Four dimm slots instead of two but i'd say you if you you should probably go for two dimm slots if you care about memory though like for sure just raw memory speed but yeah so that's

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