How to install ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO

Are you looking to build a new gaming PC? If so, you’ll want to include the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO motherboard in your list of components. This board is packed with features that will help you get the most out of your gaming experience. In this article, we’ll show you how to install the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO and walk you through some of its key features. Let’s get started!

Installation Precautions:

Before you begin, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure a smooth installation process.

  • First, make sure your work area is clean and static-free. This will help prevent any accidental damage to the motherboard.
  • Always use the proper tools like a Phillips head screwdriver, Anti-static wrist strap or mat, clean cloth, etc.
  • ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO has a lot of connectors and ports on the motherboard so it’s important to identify each one before you start the installation process.

Step 1: Unboxing and Preparation

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Once you have everything you need, open up the box and remove the motherboard. Inspect it for any damage and make sure all the accessories are accounted for. Remover the package wrap carefully.

Step 2: Install M.2

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The first thing you’ll need to do is install any M.2 or SATA drives you’re using. The MAXIMUS XI HERO has two M.2 slots and six SATA ports. To install a drive, you have to remove the socket cover by unscrewing it and then place the chip inside the slot. Screw the cover back.

Step 3: Install RAM

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Next up is installing the RAM. The MAXIMUS XI HERO has four DIMM slots that can support up to 64GB of DDR4 memory. To install, simply line up the notch in the stick of RAM with the slot and then push it in until it clicks into place. Repeat this process for each stick of RAM you’re installing.

Step 4: Installing the CPU

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If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to remove the processor from its packaging. Hold it carefully by the edges and align the gold triangle on the corner of the chip with the triangle on the socket.

Once everything is lined up, gently lower the processor into place. Then close the clip by pressing it gently.

Step 5: Install Motherboard Into the Case

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Now it’s time to start installing the motherboard into your case. Begin by attaching the standoffs (screwed into the case) to the holes in the motherboard. Now place the motherboard into its position and screw it. Make sure that they’re screwed in tight so the board doesn’t move around.

Step 6: Apply Thermal Paste

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Before placing the cooler wires, be sure to place apply thermal paste to the processor. This will help conduct heat away from the processor and keep it cool.

Step 7: Install CPU Cooler

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If you’re using a stock cooler that came with your processor, now is the time to install it. If you’re using an aftermarket cooler, consult the instructions that came with it for installation.

Now Place the cooler into the case and attach the cooling system to the CPU. Here you have to place the cooler back plate after or before cooler installation.

Step 8: Install Cables of USB and Power Panel

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In the front of every case, there are USB and power buttons. These buttons are attached to the motherboard through wires. So now you’ll need to connect the cables for these buttons to the motherboard. The locations will vary depending on your case, so consult your manual for specific instructions.

Step 9: Install GPU

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The last thing to do is install your graphics card. Place the card into the PCI Express slot and then secure it by pressing it to the place. Once it’s in, you can connect any necessary cables to power it on and connect it to a display.

Once everything is installed, close up the case and connect all the cables to their appropriate ports. Then turn on your PC and enjoy your new gaming rig!

FAQ

Q. How do I update my Asus Maximus XI BIOS?

A. You can update your Asus Maximus XI BIOS by going to the support page on the Asus website and downloading the latest BIOS file for your motherboard. Then, extract the file and run the “EZFlash” utility to update your BIOS.

Q. Does ASUS ROG Maximus XI hero have WiFi?

A. Yes, the ASUS ROG Maximus XI hero has WiFi. It uses the Intel Wireless-AC 9560 card and supports 802.11ac.

Q. Does Maximus hero Xi have Bluetooth?

A. The Maximus XI Hero has an onboard Bluetooth that uses the Intel Wireless-AC 9560 card, which is the same for both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. It supports Bluetooth 5.0. 

Q. What generation is the Maximus XI Hero?

A. The Maximus XI Hero is part of the ROG (Republic of Gamers) line of motherboards from ASUS and is based on the Intel Z390 chipset. It was released in 2018.

Q. What is the ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero?

A. The ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero is a high-end gaming motherboard that was released in 2018. It’s based on the Intel Z390 chipset and supports 8th and 9th-generation Intel processors. That’s why it supports most of the latest CPUs. 

Conclusion 

The Maximus XI Hero is easy to install in the case. The process should take about an hour, and you’ll need to have a few tools on hand. It has a number of features that make it ideal for gaming, including built-in WiFi and Bluetooth support, as well as support for multiple graphics cards. If you’re looking to build a new gaming PC, the Maximus XI Hero is a great option.

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